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Add ice breaker questions to Jenga

Jenga is the most versatile game in the education world! It could be used for math facts, ice breakers, sight words, and so much more!

Give each student a recipe card and have her write about ten facts about herself. This can include favorites such as food, color or television show, or any other interesting facts. I like to do some brainstorming on the whiteboard about different facts that we can include, and then let students choose the ones that they want to write on their card.

Time Filler Idea: "Guess Who?" Cards

Guess Who? Cards are a simple time-filler activity. This activity also strengthens sense of belonging and community in the classroom.

This is a fun activity for kid and adult groups.  The Chocolate Personality Test - this is uncanny, I picked Special Dark (my fave), and the description is so me!!!   GREAT ice breaker for first time group, etc

This is a fun activity for kid and adult groups. The Chocolate Personality Test - this is uncanny, I picked Special Dark (my fave), and the description is so me! GREAT ice breaker for first time group, etc - Warrior Pack activity

Classroom Freebies: Get to Know You Jenga for the First Week Back

Get to Know You Jenga for the First Week Back

Getting to know you statement starters - template to fit Jenga blocks - is also useful modified as a "Getting it said" activity e. What would you do if your friend offered you a joint?

Therapeutic Jenga questions

Therapeutic Jenga is a great group game for children ages six through seventeen. Although you may need to ask more basic themed questions for the younger crowd, this game provides peer interaction, structure and opportunities for self-expression.

Might be doing this as an ice breaker at the beginning of the year, when my theme is Coming of Age/Self Assertion...   Exploing "Would You Rather..." Questions | Minds in Bloom

Exploring "Would You Rather..." Questions

Over 600 Icebreakers Games: Hundreds of ice breaker questions, team building games and warm-up activities for your small group or team by Jennifer Carter.

Looking for some icebreakers to use with your students? Here are 7 practical icebreaker activities you can employ in your class using Post-it notes.

7 Icebreakers to Use with Students in The First Week of The New School Year

POSTER: 7 Easy Icebreakers You Can Do With Post-It Notes - these are some fun icebreakers, good for the beginning of school and for substitutes too.

If you have played Jenga, chances are, YOU LOVE JENGA!  Everyone loves Jenga!  Especially children...they love anything you can build and then knock over, right?! With my elementary school students...

Conversation Jenga

We made our own version of "Conversation Jenga" and our adults LOVE it. It is great way to work on social skills along with coordination. Plus who does not love Jenga!

Jenga ideas - social skills, fun conversations, anger management skills, emotions-  fun family game.

Jenga is one of the most used games at our hospital! We use this version on the day we talk about developing social skills.

Therapeutic Jenga: These questions spark a lot of conversation, help build rapport, encourage self-expression and let me gather some great information in an engaging way. Play like regular jenga but...

Group Activities Therapeutic Jenga: These questions spark a lot of conversation, help build rapport, encourage self-expression and let me gather some great information in an engaging way. Play like regular jenga but.

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