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Never Have I Ever... Getting-to-know-you Game (PowerPoint Version)

PDF, PowerPoint | 15 pages|Grades: 3 - 6

A child-friendly version of the popular getting-to-know-you game, ‘Never Have I Ever’.

Use this icebreaker game at the beginning of a new school year to help you students get to know each other a little better.

Play this version of the game as a whole class.

How to Play

Everyone begins the game standing up. Display the first ‘Never Have I Ever’ statement. If a student has never, ever done that thing, they must sit down.

Keep displaying the statements, one by one. The game ends when there is one person left standing, or if a statement forces everyone to sit down.

Play again by asking everyone to stand up and continuing with the remaining statements.

Note: Ensure you play the game in ‘Slide Show’ mode.

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Andrea Thomas

Played this in the first week and my yr 3 class loved it

Andrea Thomas · Jan 31st, 2021

Paul (Teach Starter)

Thanks for that lovely feedback, Andrea!

Paul (Teach Starter) · Jan 31st, 2021

Denise Moore

This is hilarous. Excellent child appeal from someone who knows what makes kids laugh!

Denise Moore · Jan 30th, 2021

Paul (Teach Starter)

Thanks for your lovely feedback, Denise! We’re glad everyone enjoyed it!

Paul (Teach Starter) · Jan 31st, 2021

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