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Working with small groups creates an opportunity for greater depth. In this icebreaker game, invite team members to draw their life as a map, using common symbols and signs you might find on a map. Stop signs, deer crossings, mountainous areas…the choice of how to illustrate your life story is yours! Here are some of our favorite games you can use to break the ice in a group in ten minutes or less! Ask participants of the training event to imagine themselves in each of the cities above. And, what they would like to do there? What would they work at? Would their life be different? If so, in what ways? An in-depth study from TINYpulse, an employee engagement company, studied more than 40,000 workers’ inputs from more than 300 companies globally. They found a correlation of 0.92 between employee fulfillment and their relationships with colleagues. Since you can end up spending more time with coworkers than with your family or partner, it is a topic that deserves much attention. Feelings Matchbox Cars Parking Lot: Kids love Hot Wheels and Matchbox Cars and there are cars designed for every child’s interest. But have you thought about using them to park in spots of a feelings and coping parking lot? Makes an easy DIY activity using some classic toys!

Setup only takes a minute or two but can be a little difficult for young children. You flip the square board over, place all the little squares into the board, place the big square in the middle, and make sure everything gets put into the right place. The last few small squares are where most youngsters struggle – just because it is a tight fit to get them all in there. This game is a great way for players to introduce themselves and their colleagues. It’s especially fun for people who think they already know each other very well – almost every time there are at least a few surprises! This exercise also encourages questioning and listening skills within the group and individuals’ perceptions of different things. The idiom “break the ice” means to do or say something to relieve tension or get the conversation started in a social situation, especially at the beginning of a meeting, party, or when people meet for the first time. This a simple icebreaker activity energising participants, also suitable for debriefing learning points towards spontaneity and teamwork. The activity involves participants standing in a circle and throwing imaginary ball(s) to each other in increasing pace. The No Smiling Icebreaker

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Sarah decided to break the ice at the corporate retreat by sharing her unique mountain climbing experience. While many of the icebreaker games above can be adapted for any group size, these activities are especially effective when working with groups of less than 15 people.

A fun team-building energiser that encourages groups to recreate the scavenger hunt experience in a fully remote environment! Electric Fence IcebreakerThis activity helps people ease in a group and brings out their creativity without a lot of effort.

No, "break the ice" generally has a positive connotation, referring to the act of initiating conversation and reducing social tension.Passions Tic Tac Toe #get-to-know #values #icebreaker #thiagiThis simple game that explores the concepts from these two quotations: “Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you”. —Oprah Winfrey. “Getting to know someone else involves curiosity about where they have come from, who they are.”—Penelope Lively, novelist ​Jenga questions Although "break the ice" is widely understood and used, other English phrases convey a similar meaning. Once each person has described who they would like to get the group in a circle to discuss the exercise. At the beginning of your session, have people walk around & share with others what they will contribute to that particular session. It’s a great way to enhance engagement & help people set goals and hold themselves accountable. It also makes others aware of everyone’s intent and can help prevent misunderstandings. Mindfulness Icebreaker

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