Ice breaker activities for adults business loans

 

ice breaker activities for adults business loans

Paper Bag Surprise- Pass out paper bags to all of your guests and instruct them to place it on their head. Then tell them that each person needs to remove one item that they do not need.

Most people will take off an earring or a shoe. Tell them they could have just removed the bag. Ha! If someone actually does remove their bag they get a prize.

Kazoo That Tune!- This ice breaker activity is a lot like the game "Name That Tune", but it is done using Kazoos. Start with some kazoos and a list of songs. You will want to pick well known songs or lullabies so all the guests know them. Pass the kazoo and the list of songs to the first person in the circle. They will sing the song through the kazoo for the guests to try to guess what the song is.

Ice breaker activities for adults business loans

Throw balls to others in a sequence, using each person's name.  Works every time.  Can be extended to " Warp Speed " (to see how fast the group can throw balls through a set order to each group member).

Gotchya (Grab the Finger) Fast-moving 5 min. group activity to get people together and focused.  In a circle, right finger on next person's left palm.  Try to grab a finger before yours gets grabbed. Human Knot In a circle, people put their arms in and hold someone else's hand, then try to unravel the knot without letting go of hands.  Involves getting physically close to others, stretching, laughing and problem solving.

Animal Sounds Participants are blindfolded and assigned an animal.  The challenge is to use animal noises in order to meet up with other animals of same species.  Releases energy. Loud, fun, chaotic, then gradually order and unity emerge.

Paper Bag Surprise- Pass out paper bags to all of your guests and instruct them to place it on their head. Then tell them that each person needs to remove one item that they do not need.

Most people will take off an earring or a shoe. Tell them they could have just removed the bag. Ha! If someone actually does remove their bag they get a prize.

Kazoo That Tune!- This ice breaker activity is a lot like the game "Name That Tune", but it is done using Kazoos. Start with some kazoos and a list of songs. You will want to pick well known songs or lullabies so all the guests know them. Pass the kazoo and the list of songs to the first person in the circle. They will sing the song through the kazoo for the guests to try to guess what the song is.

Copy Cat requires quick reflexes and amazing observational skills and is an absolutely fun game to play with any size of a group. When you’re copying others, you have to look at what others are doing and really be observant. This team building activity also works well as an ice breaker since you can begin to see what others see in people. You can learn how others learn and observe the world. To begin playing this game, have the group form a circle standing ...

Can WE Count to TEN? is a team building activity that checks up on your math as well as the way you support others in a team. Get a group together and see how long it takes you to count from 1 to 10 with this twisted team building counting game. This game helps people in team building since everyone needs to not only participate, but also listen to others around them. This group game requires everyone to be a part of the game, which helps it work well as an ice breaker too. Gathering everyone in a circle, make sure that everyone is silent before …

Lottery Winnings is more like an exercise then a group game. It is important to explain the rules carefully because if you don’t some people may get offended or scared. Can’t wait to try it, can you? By working with the idea of emotions, this game works well in a group therapy setting or in a setting where people might be learning to act like in a drama club. People begin to feel closer because they can share different emotions with each other, and then bounce back to help the other person feel great. The first stage of this exercise is to tell everyone to turn to …

Ice breakers (or get to know you games) are an important part of running sessions for groups - they help people relax, let their guard down and be themselves.

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