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Good first-day-of-class icebreakers for junior high through adult students

5 Ideas for First Day Ice Breakers

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Here is what you do. You send around a bowl of skittles without telling them that it is part of your game. You do tell them not to eat their skittles yet though. So, after everyone has a bunch of skittles you explain that for every skittle they have, they need to tell something about themselves. For every red skittle, you tell embarrassing moments or memorable moments in your life. For every orange skittle, you tell a goal that you have. For every purple skittle, you tell an achievement. For...

Skittles get to know you game

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Activities for the First Week of High School |

Activities for the First Week of High School | eHow

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Icebreaker Questions | Icebreaker questions for parties - Page 2

Icebreaker questions for parties

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The Tallest Tower

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10 Icebreakers Middle and High School students will ACTUALLY do! Directions and pictures included.

Team building - Pipeline... can be done with kids with pool noodles cut in 1/2 and use a marble?

Pipeline – Team Building Activity | Create-Learning Team Building

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Teambuilding-TED2010 TalkThe Marshmallow Challenge is a remarkably fun and instructive design exercise that encourages teams to experience simple but profound lessons in collaboration, innovation and creativity.

Christmas tree relay game: Each team was given a roll of green crepe paper and ornaments. They had to decorate one person from their team to look like a Christmas tree. BAHAHA

Mrs. Lewis' Learning Library: January 2011

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Grammatical Name Art - 1: Write name in bubble letters. 2: First letter write nouns that relate to you (common or proper nouns). 3: Second letter with verbs that relate to you (action or linking verbs). 4: Third letter with adjectives that describe you. Remaining lettersStudents can choose to write more nouns, verbs, or adjectives. Love this for a grammar review at the beginning of the year!

I Want to be a Super Teacher: Grammatical Name Art

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