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Get to know you game: 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.

Skittles get to know you game

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Great team work idea. The strings are tied to a rubber band. Can they work together to pick up the cups and build a pyramid out of them only by holding their own string?

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Science Gal: Setting Expectations for Group Work

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LOVE THIS GAME. We called it atomic waste. Everyone has to work together to get the balls from one bucket into the other without spilling.

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Twitter / MCAbrahamson: @IMSA_ back to school ...

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Youth Games- I like Medusa, Best Sucker, Taste the Rainbow, Bob for Donuts, Head Pop It, Foot Volleyball, M Hunt, Water War, Battle of the Oranges, Gummy Bear Contest, and Sock Wrestling.

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Ultimate Birthday Party Game for Teenagers!

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Science Gal: Setting Expectations for Group Work - Tie 4 strings around an elastic and the kids have to stretch the elastic as a team to pick up red solo cups and place them in a configuration. Also has ideas for individual roles that can be rotated.

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Science Gal: Setting Expectations for Group Work

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