Fishbowl is a fun team game for a larger group of people (ten to twenty). The object of the game is for team members to guess a word by using one of three ways – by giving a description, by acting out the word, or saying only a single describing word. Each method lasts for one round with each round having specific rules. The game is called “Fishbowl” because slips of paper with the words on them are placed in a fishbowl or other container.
Generating a laugh is an excellent way to break the ice. We have collected some of the best icebreaker jokes available and arranged them according to length to make it easy for you to find the perfect joke to begin a speech, get your party going, or help those in a group activity relax.
Whenever you have a group of people who need to work together effectively, a team-building icebreaker provides the perfect tool for dividing your group into teams and getting everyone ready to go. Our collection of team building icebreakers work well in classroom, employee meetings and workshop, and gatherings designed just for fun. We have divided our collection of team building icebreakers into those that are quick and easy, those that help a group relax, and those that are a bit more challenging. Continue reading
The purpose of these Youth Ministry Games is to give teens and pre-teens a chance to belong to a group that wants to have fun, and is also interested in building faith, and a relationship with Jesus Christ.
These games for youth ministry are set up for both small as well as large groups. Some adapting will always take place by the group leaders to fit your space, to best fit your youth ages, and to match your desired outcome and your purpose for playing these games.
One of the challenges of working with large groups of individuals is the need to get people who may not know each other – or at least do not know each other well – to work together successfully. Large group icebreaker games can build teams, introduce group members, and provide a fun way to get everyone up, active, and ready for what comes next.