A quick icebreaker to deal with this is to ask the group to write 3 questions each that they would like to ask each other.
Ask random or funny questions without hurting anyone's feelings -- something like "what was the last thing you ate?
Each activity supplies students with real topics to talk about, topics that , without forcing anyone to reveal anything too personal.
It isn't absolutely necessary to play games at a bridal shower, but you might want to mix in an activity or two to break the ice, considering the fact that all of your probably haven't met one another before.
These creative activities will help celebrate the bride-to-be and entertain guests of all ages.
Chairs Submitted by Denny on We did this recently with our Middle Schoolers and instead of calling it Speed Dating, we called it Spuddying (Speed Buddying) and they had to find out things about the person across from them that they didn't already know.
Used as a part of our Back-To-School-Meet-New-People month.
Two Truths and a Lie: Another creative icebreaker game is to ask everyone to write and tell 3 things about themselves -- one of which should be a lie -- and let others try to catch the lie.
The piece of paper should be submitted to the coordinator to confirm if the lie was detected correctly or not.
The purpose is to completely gross kids out by the questions they need to answer or the tasks they have to complete.
Here is a list of questions we asked kids to complete with each other: - Smell the other person's shoes - Make your best farting noise - Tell your grossest food story - Make your best screwed up face - Tell if you fold or scrunch your TP and why - Share an embarrassing story - Tell how many times you have gone to the bathroom today - Count each others nose hairs in one nostril - Stare at each other's feet and tell what toe is your favorite and why - Tell your worst vomit story Some of these topics may need a little longer than 30 seconds, others may need less. This game is a great introduction to the topic of love or dating that also acts as a way for kids to get to know each other and break out of their comfort zone a little.
" or "what is the weirdest thing you have ever eaten? Shuffle the sheets of paper and randomly pass the sheets of paper around.
Now everyone has to answer the questions written on the sheet that they get.