I just finished a set of ready-to-print ice breaker question cards for an upcoming class. The PDF file is over on the Resources page here at FUNdoing.com. Scroll down to the "Activity Tools" to find them. I excerpted the questions from a really long collection posted on the internet by Jim Hough - thanks Jim!! (Jim's Questions). His collection has over 200 questions.
Activity Suggestion: Here's how I'll be using the cards (after I print, laminate, and cut them out). Each participant in the activity will receive one card. When ready to share, a person raises his or her hand looking for someone else doing the same thing. These two (or it could be more) players get together to share their questions and answers. After each question has been answered players exchange cards. With a new question each person is ready to find someone else to talk with if they choose to do so - indicated by raising a hand.
What are some of your favorite questions to ask? Share in the comments.
All the best,
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Dr. Chris Cavert is an internationally known author, speaker, and trainer in the area of adventure-based activity programming and its relation to community and pro-social behavior development.