Are Your Youth Bored With Playing The Same Old Icebreaker games?
Discover What You and Your Youth Have Been Missing Out On...
Dear Frustrated Youth Leader,
I'm sure you're familiar with this problem. Picture this: you're planning a youth event or a small group get-together. You want your youth to mix around with newcomers and meet new people. Or you want adult volunteers to be at ease with one another. You are leader at a team building event. Or you're taking on a new class and you want your students to feel more at ease with you.
No worries! Everyone knows the best way to get youth involved and getting to know one another is to play a game, an icebreaker, where they can meet people. Why?
- icebreakers work to create a better more relaxed learning environment.
- icebreakers allow your participants to get involved both physically and mentally in the program which always creates a better learning environment.
- icebreakers can be great topic lead-ins.
- With icebreakers you automatically encourage and increase classroom participation - they are great motivators!
- icebreakers are a great way to set the tone for any class or meeting.
- Iceibreakers can be developed to help identify group and individual goals and objectives.
- icebreakers can energize - Sometimes it is just a good idea to shake things up a bit, especially in the middle of the meeting when feet begin to tap, pencils begin to doodle, and eyelids begin to droop. They are great energizers!
I'm sure you knew all that already. So you dust off your good old Icebreaker book and flip through the pages only to discover... Hey! I've done all these icebreakers before! And I'm sure the youth have too. And you begin that all too familiar desperate quest for new icebreaker ideas.