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Group Cohesion – Quotation Game

Group Size: 11 to 50 Time Needed: 5 to 30+ minutes Goal: help participants get acquainted and to build team camaraderie. Audience: Couples, Teens, Parents, Singles Special Considerations: Make an effort to collect quotations from a multitude of recognizable and yet ethnic diverse celebrities so as to not alienate participants. Resources Needed: Flip Chart pages […]

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Icebreakers – Creative Name Tags

Group Size: 1 to 50+ Time Needed: 10 minutes Goal: To help participants get to know each other Audience: Parents, Couples, Teens, Children, Singles Special Considerations: It is very important to keep participants focused on describing positive things about themselves. You will need a lot of table space. With two facilitators, one can walk around […]

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Icebreakers – Get to Know You Bingo

Group Size: 11 to 51+ participants Time Needed: 5 to 20 minutes (depends on size of group) Goal: To help group get to know each other Audience: Couples, Singles, Parents, Teens, Children Special Considerations: It can get loud. Be mindful of your participants’ education levels and English proficiency; this activity may not be appropriate for […]

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Icebreakers – Playdough Introductions

Group Size: 1 to 25 Time Needed: 10 minutes Goal: To help participants get to know each other Audience: Parents, Couples, Teens, Singles, Children Special Considerations: None Resources Needed: Play Dough Step-by-Step Instructions Before class, place a large ball of play dough (in a baggie) in front of each seat. You can usually divide one […]

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Icebreakers – “Remember When” Penny

Group Size: 1 to 50 Time Needed: 5 to 10 minutes Goal: To get to know each other Audience: Couples, Singles, Parents (works best for middle-aged to older adults) Special Considerations: Occasionally a participant may pick a year that is emotionally difficult to talk about. Always allow them to switch for another penny. This is […]

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