Students are given a little package (or just a couple) M&M's, skittles,etc. and they can choose which questions to answer/share with the group based on the candy color. I like doing in small groups and then sharing out one of thing about each person. : )
Alligator Game- Make a small rectangle around students which they can not leave, then give them challenges (i.e. move into tallest-shortest, alphabetical, or chronological order. Add additional challenges such as non-verbal or blindfold
Love it! Small groups lay on ground with feet (shoes on, laces untied) together. Bucket of water placed so feet holding bucket up. First team to get all their shoes off without dumping the water wins. Love it!
Over 600 Icebreakers Games: Hundreds of ice breaker questions, team building games and warm-up activities for your small group or team by Jennifer Carter. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images