Icebreakers allow group participation, so they are an excellent way to get people interested in an event or activity and relax. Our list of quick icebreakers takes no advance preparation and can be played anywhere. Use them at the beginning, middle, or end of any activity. Most of our quick icebreakers work for any age and group size.
Category Archives: For Kids
Any time you get a group of kids together who do not know each other, the first thing to do is to get all of them relaxed and feeling comfortable. The best method for doing so is to use icebreaker games designed specifically for kids. It is important not only to choose the right game, but also to consider the situation, location, and purpose for playing. We have provided an excellent selection of icebreaker games for kids, as well as suggestions for when, where, and why to use them.
Almost everyone attends a party on New Year’s Eve. Make your party original with our New Year’s Party ideas for food and fun. Our New Year’s Eve party games for every age help create a memorable party guests will talk about all year long. Most only require a bit of planning and no special supplies. So, get ready for the best New Year’s party ever!
Although everyone loves Christmas, it is really a holiday designed for kids. And nothing makes the holiday more fun than Christmas games and activities designed specifically for them. We have some old favorite kid games with a Christmas twist, some new popular Christmas games, and some time-consuming activities for to keep the kids entertained for a longer time. Choose from our Christmas Party Games, Fun Christmas Games, or Christmas Activities for kids.
Lateral thinking is defined as the solving of problems by an indirect and creative approach, typically through viewing the problem in a new and unusual light. Lateral thinking is used to move from a known idea to create new ideas. The skill of thinking laterally can be acquired through practice and use. Doing so provides the key to innovative thinking and creativity. Continue reading
Almost everyone collects something. Sometimes a collector does not even realize they can be called one. For example, the person who clips and saves recipes is a collector of recipes. We even have a name for someone who collects everything compulsively – a hoarder.
Halloween has increased in popularity with many countries around the world celebrating, although the dates and names for the celebration may vary. In the United States, Halloween celebrations occur on October 31. Latin American countries celebrate the Day of the Dead for three days from October 31 to November 2. Wherever you live, one of the major components of this celebration is a concentration upon skulls, skeletons, and things unexpected, unusual, and scary.
In order to complete most tasks successfully, your child must be motivated. Motivation is either intrinsic or extrinsic. Intrinsic motivation is defined as that which provides personal satisfaction or personal rewards. Extrinsic motivation, on the other hand, is when a child performs a behaviour to avoid punishment or earn a reward. Both methods of motivation can be used with success. Keep both methods of motivation in mind as you read this article.
Family Feud, a hilarious game of questions and answers, pits two families against each other guessing the most common answers to everyday questions. The TV show premiered in 1976, and, with Steve Harvey as the host in 2020, remains probably the most popular game show on television today.
Sometimes we choose to stay inside and sometimes inclement weather, illness, or another situation makes it necessary to spend time indoors. Whatever the reason, sheltering in your home becomes enjoyable with indoor activities. In this article, we have indoor activities for kids and adults, as well as indoor games for kids, pre-schoolers through teens. Our suggestions take almost nothing in the way of preplanning or additional equipment. Read on to find your favourites and enjoy indoor time.