Category: Icebreakers

20 Ways To Increase Self Esteem

Most students I see, whether it’s for a social skills group, drama problems, academic troubles, family groups, or friendship issues, all seem to have one thing in common.  Their self-confidence has taken a hit somewhere along the line.  If we can help them to feel better about themselves, then we

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Ping Pong Balls as Icebreakers?!!!

I’m always looking for an interesting way to begin my groups, and I always start with some type of icebreaker questions.  I have been collecting ping pong balls whenever I find ones that do not have any writing on them.  It has taken me a few months, but finally my

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Getting To Know You Questions and Icebreakers

One of the most commonly asked questions to my blog is “Can you share your list of icebreaker questions?”  I use my icebreakers all the time.  They are great to use during Lunch Bunch as students eat their lunch and before we start our main activity for the day.  I

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Enemy Pie~ A Lunch Bunch Lesson Plan

When I was in Middle School.  I had an enemy.  His name was Tony.  Tony sat behind me in EVERY class.  He called me names, he pulled my hair, he said mean things about me to his friends.  I didn’t like him.. . AT ALL!!!I sat next to Tony in

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I “Mustache” You The Rules And A Few Questions

 I admit it, I have jumped on the “mustache” (and cheron stripes) bandwagon.  I saw some icebreaker questions on pinterest (this pin) and told myself I had to borrow the idea.  I also saw this very cute Mustache sign and thought I should make one as well.  After I made

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