getting to know you questions for kids first day of school - Google Search

Start off the new school year with these community building activities. - you can get white puzzle pieces at the dollar store i think

POSTER: 7 Easy Icebreakers You Can Do With Post-It Notes - these are some fun icebreakers, good for the beginning of school and for substitutes too.

POSTER: 7 Easy Icebreakers for your HIGH FIVE BUDDY! You Can Do With Post-It Notes - these are some fun icebreakers, good for the beginning of school and for substitutes too.

Find someone who . . . Bingo  - a good getting to know you game :)  (Party Planning)

Put together a Human Bingo card to get meeting attendees up and moving while also getting to know their fellow club members!

Common Denominator Ice Breaker Game

Common Denominator Ice Breaker Game - You can make your own using these prompts as inspiration! Great quick ice breaker for a floor meeting to get people talking!

Perfect for back to school: Three fantastic icebreakers that get kids talking and start building relationships from the first day of school.

Icebreakers that Rock

Too many icebreakers require students to take massive social risks with people they barely know. Or they don't really help students get to know each other. Or they are just plain cheesy. Here are three that are actually good. Great if you teach in a speci

Today I am brining you the perfect combination of back to school ice-breakers and games for those first days of school!    Back to school is a crazy time and we all want to hit the ground running. There are routines and procedures to teach and we are ready to get to them the second those kids walk in the door. Building community and getting to know

Get to Know You Games for the First Weeks of School

Today I am brining you the perfect combination of back to school ice-breakers and games for those first days of school! Back to school is a crazy time and we all want to hit the ground running. There are routines and procedures to teach and we are read

Marvelous M's Simple and yummy way for students to get to know each other! Each M candy represents something different and then the students could either share with a group or you could share as a whole class. Another great thing with this ice breaker is, you can make the food whatever you want (ex. have options, make it healthy, etc.)

One of my favorite beginning of the year ice breakers is the M&Ms game. Each student gets a few M&Ms (I go with each) and then they shar.

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