Hey People, Iam Planning to organize some games for our Employees.I am expecting suggestions.It should be fun oriented. Thanks and Regards, Priya R
From India, Coimbatore

2 Truths & a Lie
  • A different kind of get-to-know-you activity which is engages and challenges each group member in a fun way
  • Particularly useful as an icebreaker, e.g. can be used as a opener for a workshop/conference.
  • For large groups (e.g., 30+), it is best to split into smaller group sizes.
  • Hand out cards or paper and pens (or if participants bring their own, that's fine)
  • Explain that in this activity each person write two truths and a lie about themself and then we will try to guess each other's lie. The goal is to: a) convince others that your lie is truth (and that one of your truths is the lie) and b) to correctly guess other people's lies.
  • Allow approx. ~5+ minutes for writing 2 truths & a lie - this isn't easy for a lot of people - there will some scribbling out, etc. The slower people will probably need to be urged along to "put anything you can think of" down. Allocate 5-8 minutes, but you will probably need to urge people along.
  • Announce that we will now walk around and chat to one another, like a cocktail party, and ask about each other's truths and lies. The goal is to quiz each about each statement to help determine which are the truth and which is the lie, whilst seducing other people into thinking that your own lie is a truth. At the end we will caste our votes and find out the truth.
  • Emphasize that people should not reveal their lie, even if it seems others might have guessed.
  • Allow min. 10-15 minutes of conversation time.
  • Gather together in a circle. Start with one person who reads their three statements aloud (to remind everyone). Then read the statements again, stopping to allow a vote for each one. e.g., "I am Turkish. Who thinks that is a lie? [Vote] I am vegetarian. Who thinks that is a lie? [Vote] I have a metal pin in my right leg. Who thinks that is a lie? [Vote]. OK, my lie was "I am vegetarian."" The facilitator will need to help each person out, especially intially until the basic format is understood. The facilitator may add drama and reinforcement, etc. for correct guesses, tricky statements, etc.
  • The exercise can be run competitively, e.g., count up how many correct guesses of other people's lies and take away the number of people who correctly guesses your own lie. Highest score wins (honesty counts!).
Animal Sounds
∑ Works with any group size over 10 and with large groups; the more the merrier.
∑ Invite people into a circle.
∑ Hand out blind-folds and help people to blind fold another. Alternatively, ask for eyes closed.
∑ Explain that each person will be hear a whisper of an animal name. Move around the group, giving each person the name of animal (e.g., from the list below).
∑ The challenge will be to find all other animals of one's own kind. No-one can talk - only animal sounds can be made.
∑ Very loud chaos ensues, then gradually order and unity emerges as animals find one another.
∑ Be prepared to shepherd people from danger, but usually people are very safe with many not moving much, rather focusing on listening and calling out to others.
∑ List of possible animals (aim to have 3 or more of each animal). Note: Consider possible cultural issues if animal sacred or offensive):
o Wolf
o Cat
o Pig
o Kangaroo
o Snake
o Lion
o Crow
o Monkey
o Frog
o Elephant


From India, Madras
Hi Priya, Please refer to the attached files which can give you lot of ideas for fun activites. Hope you find it useful. Regards, Rashee
From India, Gurgaon

Attached Files
File Type: pdf WorkplacefunIdeas.pdf (2.15 MB, 7025 views)
File Type: pdf Fun Ideas at work.pdf (129.2 KB, 3629 views)

Make something that noone ever does before!... try the Matt., Mark, Luke, John Game... it like a Pilipino Game... which is commonly known as... "sawsawsuka mahuli taya!" try it....:-D
From Philippines, Quezon City
Dear Ash


Players sit in a circle.Each seat is assigned a name or number, starting with Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, one, two, three, etc.
Everyone joins in, repeating a four-count rhythm, slapping their legs twice, clapping once, and snapping their fingers once (slap, slap, clap, snap).
"Matthew" always starts.
On the fourth count (finger snap), he calls the name/number of another position. That person must then call out the name/number of another's position on the following fourth count (finger snap). If someone misses the rhythm, calls their own name or number, etc., they go to the last position, and the game starts over.
Become Matthew, and stay in that position as long as possible.
Instead of calling out names or numbers, act out playing a musical instrument: a two count movement on the third and fourth counts (instead of clapping and snapping the fingers). Each person chooses their own instrument, such as bowing a violin, strumming a guitar, tooting a flute, sliding a trombone, etc.

From India, Madras
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