Teen retreat ice breaker
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True or False Have each person tell two stories about themselves, one that is true, and one that is false. The group has to guess which of the stories is a lie. This is one of the more popular Christian games for adults because the false and sometimes true stories can be quite humorous and get everyone laughing. Bible Telephone Have everyone in the group line up side by side.
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Icebreakers are interactive games and activities designed to take the awkwardness out of a whole bunch of teenagers thrown together at a retreat or gathering. Icebreakers also help teens find commonalities and ease the tension and anxiety of meeting new groups of people. Get the teenagers up, moving around and laughing as they break the ice with fun and games.
View All Ice Breakers Using Ice breakers Successfully: Using ice breakers successfully is similar to being able to tell a good story: you need to know your audience, delivery is everything, and good stories build up intensity as they go along. Before deciding which activities to use, assess the group for the following: age, familiarity with one another, purpose of the group gathering, and potential considerations for physical abilities. Build in intensity. A general rule of thumb is a start with activities with limited movement, minimal physical contact, and most simple of rules, and progressively increase each of those factors.
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