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  The group leader begins by stating that this learning experience is designed to explore the participants‟ thought proc...

  The group leader begins by stating that this learning experience is designed to explore the participants‟ thought proc.

A great ice breaker for getting to know students! 57 fun and engaging questions for you and your students to answer.  There are two sizes included. One is compatible with the standard Jenga and the other fits Target's Jumble which can be found in their Dollar Spot.  There are so many options how you can play this game! Students can read questions, teachers can read questions, it can be played in pairs, small group, whole group, the possibilities are truly endless!!

Getting to Know You Jenga

A great ice breaker for getting to know students! 57 fun and engaging questions for you and your students to answer. There are two sizes included. One is compatible with the standard Jenga and the other fits Target's Jumble which can be found in their Do

Keep Growth Mindset in front of the students with a fun and engaging Growth Mindset Game. It’s a great way to remind your class to check their thinking. This Game Bundle has games for the whole class or small groups. As you work to help students become more growth-oriented learners why not practice with a game.  This resource is intended to give you some tools to keep the discussions going. A fresh new way to look at Growth Mindset.

Growth Mindset Activity BUNDLE 3 Games with Task Cards

Keep Growth Mindset in front of the students with a fun and engaging Growth Mindset Game. It’s a great way to remind your class to check their thinking. This Game Bundle has games for the whole class or small groups. As you work to help students become mo

Students are given a little package (or just a couple)  M&M's, skittles,etc. and they can choose which questions to answer/share with the group based on the candy color. I like doing in small groups and then sharing out one of thing about each person. : )

Get to Know You Candy Game

students are given a little package of m&m's or skittles, etc.and they can choose which questions to answer/share with the group based on the candy color.maybe do in small groups and then share out one thing about each person.

The Getting to Know You Game... A fun game to help students get to know each other... especially at the beginning of the year or whenever you reorganize groups...

This sixth grade teacher shares a FREE Getting to Know You game that helps encourage students to engage in conversation.

Good Ice Breaker for back to school - write down two truths and one lie about yourself, and have a partner try to find the lie.  Other good back to school ideas here too.

Back to school Ice Breakers that build trust between students, create a positive classroom environment, and get students talking!

Quick first day icebreaker game of Bingo.  Students find others that can answer

Quick first day icebreaker game of Bingo. Students find others that can answer "yes" to the statement in the blank & have them initial it. First one to get five in row wins. (Or first one who gets them all signed wins.) Works well at beginning of the year

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