A Few Good Places to Find Ideas for Icebreakers
A few weeks ago, I wrote about using Google Drawings for an icebreaker activity. But if you’re looking for something a little faster and easier to do to get your new students talking, take a look at the following resources.
If you’ve answered all of your common icebreaker questions and want to try some new ones, take a look at Icebreakers.io. Icebreakers.io offers lists of icebreaker questions. The questions are organized into categories for Small Groups, For Introverts, For Adults, For Work, and For Fun. All questions can be viewed individually and copied. You can also download the question lists in handy PDF files.
Icebreakers.ws is an online catalog of dozens of fun icebreaker and team building activities. Activities are categorized by group size and type of activity. To find a suitable activity for your group, simply select your group size, then use the activity type key to find a game or activity. There is a section specifically for classrooms.