Who Am I? is a guessing game where players use yes or no questions to guess the identity of a famous person. Questions are based upon the traits and characteristics of a person everyone will be able to identify. This game works well with any size group, however the larger the group, the more fun the game becomes.
Category Archives: Icebreakers
Sometimes our relationship with someone else needs a boost of some kind. We desire a closer connection – a way to know the other person intimately. Talking about things that mean a great deal to us or that have influenced our lives significantly provides a special bond. Our deep conversation topics give you a springboard for building relationships that have that something extra we all crave.
In social circumstances, we meet other people and need to begin conversing with them. Doing so can be very difficult. After all, here you are with a complete stranger and you are supposed to start a conversation with him or her. Additionally, when you want to get to know someone, you need to get them talking about themselves. When meeting someone for the first time or trying to get to know someone better, you need to know some good conversation starters.
A fun tag game played by children for years, Steal the Bacon continues to be a playground favorite. A number of variations make the game suitable for every age and in many different environments. The object of the game is to steal the “bacon” and take it back to your side of the playing area without being tagged.
Our selection of Sunday school games for kids, tweens, and teens provide fun with Bible learning. Children look forward to game time in Sunday school whether the games are short and simple, or more complicated. A good Bible game reinforces learning and makes a lesson memorable. The Sunday school lessons we have chosen work great in children’s church or any other children’s ministry setting.
Whenever you have a group of people together, they need to get to know each other before participating in the event, activity, or project you have planned. This does not only mean just learning each other’s names, but also involves getting the leader familiar with the group members. Additionally, the group needs to become comfortable working together. Our group of fun get to know you games provides activities to meet all three of these requirements. We have divided our list by ages to make it easy for you to find the perfect activity for any occasion.
One might wonder what sets an icebreaker game apart from other types of icebreakers. Icebreaker games are longer and a bit more complicated than other icebreaker exercises. Many of them need some advance preparation. Some of the best icebreaker games work for any size group and any age and have modifications and variations to help them work for any occasion.
Additionally, an icebreaker game can be “played” just as any other type of game can be. Our group of icebreaker games includes some for teams as well as whole group games. Getting-To-Know-You icebreaker games take a while and are excellent at the beginning of an extended group activity such as a conference, class, or camp where you want members to get to know each other thoroughly. We have icebreaker games that challenge thinking, require creativity, and some that simply provide many laughs. You are sure to find the perfect icebreaker game among the following.
These Icebreaker Games are designed for ages eight to adult. If you have younger children that will be involved, you can modify how the games are played, making it a success for every player.
Icebreaker games can be played with people who are just getting to know each other, as well as classrooms of students, or friends and family members at a party or a reunion.
Information will be provided for each game, listing the materials needed, the space required, and the suggested ages of the players.
Using icebreakers for teenagers successfully can be challenging. You need to know your group of teenagers and the type of activity they prefer. To do so, follow these suggestions:
- Remember: Teens like active games and those they do not consider “childish.”
- When you decide which icebreaker activities to use, choose one based upon age, the groups familiarity with one another, and the purpose of the group gathering.
- Be flexible. Change the rules to suit the group and be ready to stop a game and start another if teens are not participating with enthusiasm.
- Build intensity. Start with simpler icebreaker games and increase difficulty gradually.
- Generate enthusiasm. Play an active role in the icebreaker activity.
- Use silly and fun props and equipment. Masks, stuffed animals, and brightly colored rubber balls and balloons add to the fun of an icebreaker game.
The Never Have I Ever game is a relatively simple game great for large groups that can provide hours of entertainment. Frequently used as a party icebreaker, this highly verbal game helps people get to know each other and also have fun.