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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.

Create this on my own. Pass out M on the first day during table work time. Depending on which color they have they must answer a question. You can do this activity through out the year changing up the questions!

ice breaker games (originally intended for the classroom, but would work great any time)

more "getting to know you" activities for the first weeks

Adapt for seminary - each color represents a task that a person/team would have to do for the chosen scripture mastery verse? Brainstorming...

creating name bubbles. A good picture book to read with this is: The Name Jar

Kids love to tell all about themselves! Here is a great Back to School Ice Breaker to begin the year with. Print the posters as they are at their c...

Free! Get to know you Bingo...perfect for social skills group or beginning of year!!!

download prints for each year and have your child hold it up on their 1st day of school for that year!