<strong>Getting to Know Your Students Just Got Easier!</strong> Perfect for Back to School, this fun icebreaker game will help students get to know each other and feel more comfortable in your classroom without any corny gimmicks or embarrassing questions. Blobs and Lines focuses on getting students talking on a variety of interesting, low-risk topics. <strong>How it Works: </strong> This game has students informally debate on light topics such as "Which animal makes a better pet...dog or…
"Two Truths and a Lie" icebreaker - Everyone in a circle says 2 truths and 1 lie about themselves, and everyone else tries to guess the lie. Click the pin for info; image from http://letterboxcity.com/2011/01/two-truths-and-a-lie/
M&Ms Feelings Games- I've made two versions of the M&M Game, the first one focuses on general feelings and the second focuses on feeling Angry and calming down. You can either print a game board for the group to share or print mini boards so each person has their own. I laminated mine so we can use them again without getting them ruined. Each person will need a fun size bag of M&M's or an assortment of 10 or so M&M's.
4-H Challenge Camp! All you need is lots of newspaper, tape, and time. 4-H youth use teamwork skills to test and build the loop, and then again to navigate the vehicle from one spot to another! Love it!