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Smrithy Started The Discussion:

Hi all, please suggest some Ice Breaking games,Its very urgent.

manisha239 - Contributing Member
Hello Smirthy Please forward ur mail id or mark a test mail to me wud mail u very good icebreaking games and activities. murkute.manisha@gmail.com

Aakriti01 - 
hi.. Could u forward the mail of ice breaking games to me too. My e-mail id is aakriti_321@yahoo.com Thanks

Runa Patil - Contributing Member
Hi Manisha, Could you please send it to me too on runapatil@gmail.com Thanks In Advance...!! Regards, Runa

swatihbe - Contributing Member
Hi Please find attached the Icebreakers book


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Sapnnarjain - Contributing Member
Dear Manisha, Can you please forward it to me on my email id as well sapnnarjain@gmail.com Sorry for the trouble. Thanks! Regards, Sapnna R Jain

A.K.Raihan - Contributing Member
Dear Manishaji: Cud you please forward the ice breaking book to me at: akraihan@mariestopesbd.org Thanks a lot.

Dear Manisha, Can you forward it to me too... My ID is keerthivijayan@sify.com Thanks, Keerthi

blessedheights - Contributing Member
Standard icebreakers are too generic. I'll tell you of some, but -
well, what is your specific situation/ programme/ purpose ?

*
Give particiapants a minute -- if there are too many of them ; can't use this on a group of 6 people-- TO GET EVERYBODY'S (each others) AUTOGRAPHS.
Start the timer dramatically.
debrief saying that they had to GET autographs, but they all GAVE autographs.
BRIDGE variously to various content areas.

*
If participants are unknown to each other--
Do a
vizualization exercise followed by an
introduction game as follows :--

They close eyes. You describe an animation movie kind of thing,
with
SYMBOLS, one after another, of what you MIGHT want to know about a person when getting acquainted. EG---

A HUGE racquet - as high as a highrise building, -- symbolizes hobbies.
An aeroplane flies in, CUTS THRU the strings of the racquet--
symbolizing TRAVEL & INTERESTING EXPERIENCES
Prepare this exercise in detail urself. No short cuts please.
THEN --

Pair / group them up. Let them within 2/3 minutes, gather info about each other.
THEN--
make brief presentations INTRIODUCING OTHER PERSON, NOT SELVES.
Be careful here-- someone might misrepresent info due to poor listening,
thus annoying the other participant.
SO, GIVE THEM A CHANCE TO RESPOND n SUMMARISE ON THEMSELVES.
OR
at the end-- each person mentions 1 unique thing about self.


*
SHOE ICEBREAKER-- available free on the net.
This one can be debriefed into various meanings.


Testmail me at if you wish to
discuss things / work together.
I have just hastily put together a page on myself --
for this forum

Its attatched hereto.

Regards


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blessedheights - Contributing Member
Standard icebreakers are TOO generic.
Here are some,
but -
well, what is your specific situation/ programme/ purpose ?

*
Give particiapants a minute -- if there are too many of them ; can't use this on a group of 6 people-- TO GET EVERYBODY'S (each others) AUTOGRAPHS.
Start the timer dramatically.
debrief saying that they had to GET autographs, but they all GAVE autographs.
BRIDGE variously to various content areas.

*
If participants are unknown to each other--
Do a
vizualization exercise followed by an
introduction game as follows :--

They close eyes. You describe an animation movie kind of thing,
with
SYMBOLS, one after another, of what you MIGHT want to know about a person when getting acquainted. EG---

A HUGE racquet - as high as a highrise building, -- symbolizes hobbies.
An aeroplane flies in, CUTS THRU the strings of the racquet--
symbolizing TRAVEL & INTERESTING EXPERIENCES
Prepare this exercise in detail urself. No short cuts please.
THEN --

Pair / group them up. Let them within 2/3 minutes, gather info about each other.
THEN--
make brief presentations INTRIODUCING OTHER PERSON, NOT SELVES.
Be careful here-- someone might misrepresent info due to poor listening,
thus annoying the other participant.
SO, GIVE THEM A CHANCE TO RESPOND n SUMMARISE ON THEMSELVES.
OR
at the end-- each person mentions 1 unique thing about self.


*
SHOE ICEBREAKER-- available free on the net.
This one can be debriefed into various meanings.


Testmail me at if you wish to
discuss things / work together.
I have just hastily put together a page on myself --
for this forum

Its attatched hereto.

Regards


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