Thursday, March 06, 2014

Good Ice-Breakers

I love talking about random stuff with people. That's one of the reasons, I also love coming up with good ice breaker questions.  Ice breakers are important because they allow people to find commonalities with other people in the group. They also provide a safe and controlled environment for people to share more about themselves.

Here are some ideas for good ice breakers:

1. Share a happy childhood memory.

2. What is your favorite book?

3. Who is your role model?

4. Who is your hero?

5. What's your favorite food?

6. What's your favorite picnic item?

7. What's your least favorite food?

8. What is your favorite room in the house?

9. What is something most people don't know about you?

10. What's your favorite animal?

11. Which do you prefer? Countryside or city?

12. How do you unwind?

13. If you could visit any country, which country would you chose and why?

14. What's your favorite holiday?

15. Share your happiest birthday memory.

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