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BFF GAME

Lance Scarbrough submitted this great Mixer BFF. Here is his submission straight from his keyboard. How well do you know your BFF (Best Friend Forever)? This game will be played like the old television game show The Newlywed Game. Choose a few BFFs to come to the front to answer questions about each other. Have […]

SUDDENLY

SUDDENLY

  Here’s another mixer / icebreaker that works well with smaller groups. If you have a large group you can take five volunteers and bring them upfront to execute in front of their peers. Line your group up or sit in a circle. The leader begins the mixer with a story. It’s important to begin […]

IF MIXER

IF MIXER

  “If” is a simple mixer to get kids talking. You can use these about anywhere. For programming you can simply gather students in groups of three. Have them introduce themselves to each other and then pick a couple of questions from this list for them to share their responses to. You can ask the […]

UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL

UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL

This is a straight forward easy game that can also be used as an icebreaker. Have students pair up in groups of two. Pairs stand facing each other close up. You can suggest a distance such as no less than 12″ but not touching. They must stare at each other face to face. Play corny […]

I HAVE NEVER HALLOWEEN MIXER

I HAVE NEVER HALLOWEEN MIXER

Kyle Creel of Immanuel Lutheran Church submitted this Mixer you can play with students for a Halloween element. Here are the list of questions you can use with your students straight from the keyboard of Kyle. I made up this game a couple of years ago, but it is essentially a Halloween version of the […]

CALCULATE MIXER

CALCULATE MIXER

Get your students in groups of three to four and preferably with people they haven’t met yet. Have them share their name and then their responses with each other to the following questions. Picka few from the list and ask them to elaborate. 1. How many pairs of shoes do you own? 2. How old were […]