Dating lessons activities youth groups
These games are great for breaking the ice and helping new kids feel welcomed.
Some of the criteria I've looked at for choosing the best "get to know you" games include: how well the game facilities players to learn about each other whether that's simply names or something more, how well the game provides a springboard for conversation after the game is over, how well it works for groups that mostly already know each other as well as groups that have never met before, how fun it is to play and how much is involved in setting up the game.
And as a leader, with the amount of times I've played it, I don't even need to think that hard to come up with my own truths and a lie.
I highly recommend this get to know you icebreaker game.
" encourages kids to react quickly and this is a modification of the classic game which helps kids get to know everyone's names really well.
A good get to know you game that is quick to explain and quick to play. Might also be a good way to get kids into random groups or pairs at the end of the game, as they'll be moving to different seats and sitting next to different people during the game.
See instructions for this get to know you game » This has got to be my all time favourite small group get to know you game.
See instructions for this get to know you game » A funny one to play with a fairly confident group of people as it involves taking off a shoe, picking up another shoe and finding the owner.
It also might be wise to choose to play this one when the weather is cooler to avoid stinky shoe situations!