A team-building task that offers provide a quick reminder that "they" aren't out to get us.
Describes a model for planning presentations using a three circle approach to help develop the staff team before working on a task....
An activity that can be used as a lead-in to teamwork.
An icebreaker activity which is meant to develop communication skills without speaking the English language and can work as a method to...
This simple but fun activity helps members of a group get to know each other.
In this activity, participants have an opportunity to do an effective character analysis of another participant and work on their listening...
An icebreaker activity intended to help you learn participants’ names while having fun.
This icebreaker is an excellent way to encourage participants to mingle.
This is an exercise to get participants to think creatively.
This simple icebreaker activity will reinforce the importance of staying motivated and refreshed.
This activity is intended to help a participant decide when and how to contribute to a group activity.
This activity is intended to help participants to solve their own problems .
This icebreaker avoids people having to introduce themselves.
This activity is designed to assist in getting the group's attention.
This icebreaker emphasizes communication skills and teamwork.
The purpose of this icebreaker / team building activity is to get participants feeling comfortable working together.
This is a simple "getting to know each other game" done in pairs.
This activity demonstrates the use of the element of chance to make decisions.
This activity demonstrates the value of sharing a task with team or group members.
This activity is intended to introduce each person to a group and learn some information about them.
This icebreaker is a fun way to have people introduce themselves to a group.
This activity describes a creative way to let participants decide on how long they take for a break.
This handout from the 2006 Parks and Recreation Ontario Annual Education Forum, provides an overview of facilitation skills, and benefits,...
This icebreaker will help participants to mingle and become acquainted.
This icebreaker is a great way to get a meeting started.
This icebreaker fosters inter-personal empathy.
A simple, fun activity to develop team work.
The purpose of this activity is getting participants to realize the importance of evaluation.
The purpose of this icebreaker, for adults or youth, is to introduce all the participants in the group and remember their names.
The purpose of these simple activity is to encourage participants to do their best by providing positive feedback.
This simple activity will help people get to know each other.
This icebreaker encourages active listening and creativity.
This activity, for any number of participants, addresses issues related to change.
This activity, for small or large groups, demonstrates how much we have in common.
The purpose of this group activity is to creatively demonstrate the power of collective vision.
This icebreaker, which is best for small groups, encourages creativity.
This activity will help you deal with "I have taken this before".
The goal of this icebreaker is to observe body language of other participants in the group.
This icebreaker offers an activity to help participants communicate with one another without the use of words.
This activity addresses the problem of more than one person in a group talking at the same time.
This icebreaker is noisy and fun, and will help participants feel comfortable in the group.
This simple activity is intended to get participants to understand working in a group.
This fun and tasty activity helps individuals to get to know each other.
This icebreaker is intended to develop communication skills, to assimilate important information and priorize questions.
This activity, suitable for youth and adults, in intended to encourage participants to to observe the body language of others in the group.
This icebreaker will help draw out each participant’s personality.
Here's an icebreaker that will get people physically active.
This icebreaker is good for small groups which need to know a little more about each other.
Here's an activity to introduce participants and re-enforce the use of their names.
This icebreaker involves getting to know someone without using words.