Showing posts with label team building. Show all posts
Showing posts with label team building. Show all posts

Sunday, August 25, 2019

A Couple of Good Places to Find Icebreaker Activities

Every year at about this time I get a handful of requests for ideas for icebreaker activities. In fact, I found of one of those requests this morning in my inbox. Here are the two sites that come to the top of my mind when I'm asked for places to find icebreaker activities for classrooms.

Icebreakers.ws is an online catalog of dozens of fun icebreaker and team builder activities. The activities are categorized by group size and activity type. To find an activity appropriate for your group just select your group's size then use the activity type key to find "get-to-know-you games," "team building games," or "active (break a sweat) games."

How Do You Play? is a free site that offers directions on how to play icebreaker games, team building games, board games, card games, and many other in-person multiple player games. You can browse the games featured on the homepage or search through eight game categories for the game that you need the directions to.

Applications for Education
We often think of icebreaker and team-building activities as things we do at the beginning of the school year. But as we know, getting to know our students is an on-going process. The next time you're looking for a team building activity, take a look at Icebreakers.ws or How Do You Play?

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

How Do You Play - Learn How to Play Ice-breaker Games and More

How Do You Play? is a free site that offers directions on how to play ice-breaker games, team building games, board games, card games, and many other in-person multiple player games. You can browse the games featured on the homepage or search through eight game categories for the game that you need the directions to.

Applications for Education
How Do You Play? is a good reference for those times when you need to come up with a quick activity that will help your students introduce themselves to new classmates or to encourage team work in your classroom. 

Monday, September 17, 2012

Dozens of Icebreaker Activities and Team Building Games

This morning on the Free Technology for Teachers Facebook page someone asked me for recommendations for icebreaker activities. That question reminded me of Icebreakers.ws.  Icebreakers.ws is an online catalog of dozens of fun icebreaker and team builder activities. The activities are categorized by group size and activity type. To find an activity appropriate for your group just select your group's size then use the activity type key to find "get-to-know-you games," "team building games," or "active (break a sweat) games."

Applications for Education
We often think of icebreaker and team building activities as things we do at the beginning of the school year. But as we know, getting to know our students is an on-going process. The next time you're looking for a team building activity, take a look at Icebreakers.ws.