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.
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Just because it is raining out, doesn’t mean you have to have a boring day. We have provided many fun rainy day activities for toddlers, kids, teens, and adults. Some of them are active, some get your creative juices flowing, and some are simply fun. Avoid boredom and enjoy being inside participating in the following rainy day activities.
A fun game for families, parties, or any group activity, Pictionary is a drawing game where one person draws and other players try to guess what is being drawn. Pictionary works with as few as four people or can be played with teams consisting of two or more papers. Pictionary is basically charades with drawing.
These group games are appropriate for ages eight to adult. If you have younger children participating, simply modify the games so that each player may feel successful.
Information will be given for materials needed, space required, suggested ages of players, and how to play the game.
The spoons card game adds an interesting element to a regular card game. Players attempt to get four of a kind and grab a spoon before the other players to avoid elimination. Easy enough for any age, the many variations keep this game entertaining.
An icebreaker activity differs from other icebreakers in that it is active or requires an expenditure of energy. Many of our ice breaker activities frequently last longer than other icebreakers and many require some advance preparation. They are designed to energize a group and prepare them for other activities or to revive a group that has slowed down or become bored.
All of our games will work with any age group. We have divided our games into those using balls, those that require props and/or advance preparation, inside sitting games, and quick and easy icebreaker games to make it easy for you to choose the perfect icebreaker activity.
A perfect children’s game for warm evenings, Ghost in the Graveyard has been around for years. We begin with the traditional game, explaining the method and rules for play, then move on to some fun variations.
At some time in your life, you most certainly will have occasion to present an icebreaker speech. Some of the types of short icebreaker speeches are the business speech and motivational speech. You may need to make a business pitch, present or receive an award, address stockholders, honor a retiring employee or welcome a new one, dedicate a new facility, give a demonstration, present a wedding toast, introduce a guest speaker, or welcome attendees at a conference or convention. Whatever the occasion, there are certain guidelines and hints that will make the writing and presentation of your icebreaker speech easier. This article tells you everything you need to know about presenting an effective and enjoyable icebreaker speech.
Venom or Poison
This teenager party game has a lot of fun, secret handshaking going on. Players are selected randomly to be “it,” and try to spread venom or poison to other players by simply shaking their hand; and tapping the inside of the unsuspecting person’s wrist with their index finger twice. Players have to discover which players are “it.” This game is fun anytime, but is a great Halloween game or Birthday Party game for teenagers!
If you are looking for some funny or informative questions about your friends, co-workers, or to use at a party, this is the website for you!
There are several different “Have You Ever…” questionnaires to choose from:
- Have You Ever…Party Version (for older children and teens – for a church party, a work party, or a fun get together)
- Have You Ever…Naughty Version (for older teens, college age and adults; sexual questions, and more mature questions)
- Have You Ever…Funny Version (for older children and adults of all ages who want to share funny stories with each other)