I enjoy this icebreaker activity at the beginning of the school year. Normally students get up, walk around and ask each other whether any of the items in the boxes relate to them. They then ask the student to initial the box on their sheet. The students can get pretty excited and loud so I have done this activity silently. They must “act out” or motion to communicate. This is both peaceful and hilarious. Students can only sign once per sheet. The person with the most boxes initialed in the time provided is the “winner.” Of course, this activity can be done the more traditional way of diagonal, horizontal, four corners or straight down. Finally, this activity is great for teaching the attention-getting signals that will be used throughout the school year. Enjoy!