Who wouldn't love an "Ice Breaker" that involves chocolate?! In relation to the foreign language classroom, (in a lower level class) colors could be written in the target language. When going around the room, have each student say their color (of the M M) in Spanish, etc. For an upper level activity, simply have all info. + have students respond in the target language.
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Slap Words! The game is simple. I put our vocabulary words on different colored sheets of tag board. (That way if a word gets mixed up with another stack, it's easy to spot.) Words cards lie on top of table face up. I call out a word. Person to find it first slaps their hand down on top of the card, then takes the card and puts it to the side in "their pile". Person with the most words wins!
My high school students love the Chocolate Juego de Mano and in the next few weeks will do the Mariposa Juego de Mano. Hand clapping games in Spanish – Mariposa and Chocolate --a fun way to focus energy (a "brain break") while practicing vocab words =)