This one is sure to be a hit for the first days of school or any other day for that matter! It combines two classic games, musical chairs and truth or dare, to create a unique and side-splitting ice breaker activity.
It is played similar to musical chairs, but if you are left without a chair, you
This activity helps me get to know students on the first day of school by remembering something unique about them. Instead of asking generic questions, these quirky questions inspire thought and discussion throughout the whole class.
1. Each student draws a card and answers the question in front o
What in the world...makes you laugh? Students answer the questions and the rest of the class guesses who said what.
Stimulates discussion, debate, and humor! Get to know your students in a new, fun way!
Perfect for the first day of school, ice breakers, team building, student council retreats,
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I changed the title font to KG Second Chances Solid and made the whole worksheet black and white. It is a doc file so you can change the colors to match your school colors if you'd like. I also changed some of the tasks to more up-to-date tasks (aka "take
Last One Standing is a game of quick and creative thinking. It highlights similarities among students in the class, but it celebrates differences. Start by drawing a letter. Each student responds to the given prompt by writing a short answer that begins with that letter. The more unique answers
This module of 12 activities is about giving participants a better understanding of how certain behaviors affect the progress of a group and what skills will increase their effectiveness when working as a part of a team.
FAQ and Web of Communication highlight interpersonal communication skills, sp
Want a new way for students to get comfortable with each other on the first day of school? By the Numbers is a completely random get-to-know-you game where anyone has a chance to win. Students work in groups of 4-6 to earn as many points as possible by discussing various random things about themse
Do you enjoy doing community circles and morning meetings with your students, but are in need of a game for them to play? This resource provides directions to two variations of game plau and over 100 questions to help connect your students.
A game of fast passing and quick thinking! If you have a group of 20-30 students who are still learning each other's names, this game is the way to go. It allows students to be up out of their seats and incorporates a light-hearted competitiveness to learning names. The game starts when the teac
This PowerPoint activity focuses on getting students to work well together. It allows you to assess the skills of students as well and point out where they are strong and where they need to develop further.
This works great for team building before a team project or before a game you are thinking o
Get students more engaged with a Distance-Learning-Spirit-Week. I'm sure all of our students could use a little humor this week. Will custom design the flyer for you using school colors and/or your mascot. Just download the flyer, send me the details in the feedback section, and I will resend it wi
Guess Who?! Fundraiser This is a great, simple fundraiser idea that we use for Student Council but any club can use this!This product contains: *Guess Who Teach Email Template - Email to colleagues in advance to collect their pictures*Guess Who Document: Staff Members Included, Picture Template Docu
Add to the fun and practice opportunities for your students using maximal contrast pair therapy. This set of 16 cards can be printed for practice and for playing Memory or Go Fish. This product also includes information on target selection according to Gierut's theory of Productive Phonological Know
Let your kids enjoy an I spy space adventure using a laser beam! This deck also includes a memory game where kids would need to recall what they found on the previous slide. Recalling goes up to 5-item recall. Furthermore, on the later parts of the game, instead of pictures, kids would need to read
Team Building – Lost at Sea Activity A fun team building group survival activity to encourage interaction and teamwork among your young people. The chances of ‘survival’ depend on their ability to rank the salvaged items in relative order of importance. Important skills utilized: Communication, Coop
Our Student Council has been running a successful all-school event for many years. Since the first year we implemented the Winter Games, student anticipation has grown every year. Students start forming teams and planning their dress months in advance; it matches Homecoming in terms of student par
QR Code Scans and LearningPlace these throughout your room or all over the halls of your school. I use these with my Walopoly game board. Student will take the iPad and go on their learning adventure!***********************************************Adventure Cards I laminated mine and hung with wax h
You can fill in the blanks and use. It'll work for your game.
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