Browsing Category:Games & Icebreakers

rock-em-sock-em-nerf-robots
Items Needed2 Nerf PistolsNerf Darts (about 20)Cool prize (or prizes if you want to do multiple rounds of the game)Pick 2 students to play, and then allow each student to pick a partner of the same gender. In this game, one student from each team stands with their arms behind their backs. Their teammate stands behind them and sticks...
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signs
For this game gather everyone into a circle. Each player will need to come up with their own sign. Signs include actions that are physical movements and don't include making a sound. For example, scratching your cheek, a hair flip, doing a "peace" sign or thumbs up, etc. Go around and have each player demonstrate their sign for the...
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piranha-ball
In this game, the ball is a piranha. Make sure you use a ball that is buoyant. Gather your players and have them form a circle in the pool. Once you have made a circle, have everyone hold hands and put the piranha in the middle of the circle. Once everyone is ready, get moving! The goal is to move, splash...
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whose-time-is-it-anyways
This is a Boys vs. Girls challenge. Each team will select a player to come up to the stage. The player will hear a famous event. Players will have to guess the year in which the event occurred. This is a multiple choice quiz so they will hear 4 different dates. The team with the most points after 18...
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truth-or-poop
Divide your group into 2 teams. The easiest way is boys vs girls. Then, have 1 contestant come up for each team for each question. They will hear a fact being read that may or may not be true. If they think it’s true they say ‘truth’. If they believe it’s not true they say ‘poop’. For each correct...
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human-sculptures
For this game, divide your students into 2 teams. This game needs each team to have a minimum of 14 people each. Each team will have to follow the directions and make human sculptures using their bodies. The team that correctly makes the desired sculpture wins points for their team. The team with the most points at the end...
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who-said-that
This game is best played as a team game. Divide your audience before moving on (i.e. boys vs girls, grade vs grade, left side right side, etc). The audience will hear a quote from a movie. The first person to come up to the front and give the correct answer wins a point for their team. The team with...
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