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Icebreaker Game Cards

PDF | 10 pages|Grades: 3 - 6

A set of 20 icebreaker games to help your students get to know each other.

Use these icebreaker games  at the beginning of the school year to help your students get to know each other better. Alternatively, choose a game card when your students need a break between lessons; or to unwind at the end of the week. Some of the games include:

  • The Spider’s Web
  • Two Truths and a Lie
  • Never Have I Ever
  • Ten Questions
  • Telephone Game.

Head to our blog for even more fun icebreakers for kids.

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    Andrea Ryan

    Thanks I can definitely use these Ice Breakers for my Japanese students who need to practice their English… I have done the snow ball fight excellent to get them moving as well!

    Andrea Ryan · Aug 13th, 2018

    Stephanie (Teach Starter)

    I’m so glad your students enjoyed these activities, Andrea. Thank you for your positive feedback.

    Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Aug 17th, 2018

    Daniel Chikada

    The practical examples are obviously inspiring to critical thinking activities. I will like you to create more examples that will integrate other subjects. Particularly, the science subjects so as to make it easier for non professionals to adapt in classroom. In Nigeria, most of the public schools do not have the standard learning facilities, hence, I’m working on adaptability of modern techniques to fit into our cultural background, using available resources.

    Daniel Chikada · Jun 25th, 2018

    Stephanie (Teach Starter)

    Hi there Daniel,

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    Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Jul 7th, 2018

    Liam Rashid

    Thanks for the resources for my class!

    Liam Rashid · Jan 30th, 2018

    Stephanie (Teach Starter)

    That’s what we’re here for, Liam! Enjoy!

    Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Jan 31st, 2018

    Liam Rashid

    Thanks for the resources it was great. Now i am up and running to teach a new class for this year! The class loves the resources I appreciate it. Thanks so much!

    Liam Rashid · Jan 30th, 2018

    Stephanie (Teach Starter)

    You’re most welcome, Liam!I’m so glad we have been able to help you get organised for the year ahead!

    Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Jan 31st, 2018

    Angela Beaumont

    Always helpful to have extra ice breaker activities to fall back on.

    Angela Beaumont · Jan 28th, 2018

    Stephanie (Teach Starter)

    We’re glad this resource will be useful for you, Angela!

    Stephanie (Teach Starter) · Jan 29th, 2018

    Resource Updates

    • Changed the name of a game to reflect cultural sensitivity.

      Change by Kristian Jan 25th, 2019

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