Category: Large Group

Large group icebreakers. Is your group between 10-30 people? The following games below should work great. Try them out and see for yourself!

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Zip, Zap, Boing

Active, Extra Large Group, Large Group, Medium Group, Party Games, Rhythm
A quick thinking game like Hot Potato without a ball. Kids play it on the playground, drama students play it as a warm-up exercise, and party-goers play it as a drinking game.This versatile little distraction has many variations, each named differently after the words called. Most start with Zip; Zip Zap Zop, for example. The hard to pronounce Zoom Schwartz Profigliano is a related game. Both of the versions described below are best played with groups of about ten or more. Zip Zap Zop This most basic version of them game isn’t very challenging, but will get a group moving and using their voice, and get them used to paying attention and responding. It’s great for the start of a class! Set-Up Everyone stands in a circle. Rules The first…
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Bang / The Gun Name Game

Classroom Icebreaker, Get-to-know-you, Large Group, Medium Group, Stationary, Talking Games
To avoid getting shot, learn and remember names of the people in a group! Bang! or (The Gun Name Game) is a game of name-recall that works perfectly amongst strangers as an introductions game, but is also a game of reactions that can be played in groups of people that already know each other. Younger boys especially will love it, because any time spent pointing fingers as weapons and shouting “Bang!" is time well spent — and perhaps we don’t even have to be all that young! Bang! needs a big group to be played -- ideally more than 12 people. It takes just a few minutes. Rules Everyone arranges themselves in a circle. An organizer, who is not playing, calls out the name of somebody in the circle. For example,…
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1000 Blank White Cards

Active, Large Group, Medium Group, Party Games, Small Group
1000 Blank White Cards is a unique and hilarious game that involves zaniness and creativity. Each person is handed ten blank white cards. These are the cards this game will be played with — but first, you have to write something on them to create interesting rules. In other words, you have to decide the effect of the cards, how points are scored, what people do on their turn, and even how the game is won. Being presented with a blank canvas like this might be intimidating at first, but after you see how it works, everybody will be brimming with crazy new ideas. This is a game that takes on the personality of you and your friends -- because it is created by you and your friends! It can…
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Sticker Ninja

Active, Extra Large Group, Large Group, Medium Group, Party Games, Small Group
What is Sticker Ninja? Well, it's a game that requires stealth, agility, deception and the use of a hidden weapon to stick your opponents. Sticker Stalker makes for a nice, casual side-game at walk-around events where all guests are standing up and moving from group to group. Play it with any number of players — even as few as two, for a slightly absurd but intense competition. Stick another couple of tens of players in and that works well, too. Set-Up You will need to purchase a set of sticker sheets -- ten stickers per sheet is a quantity that works well. As guests enter the event, give them each a sheet of stickers. For “Pro" Sticker Ninja, give each player a different color or design of sticker, so you…
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Paper Snowball Fight!

Active, Extra Large Group, Large Group, Medium Group
Paper Snowball Fight requires no real snow -- it's all about recreating a wintery fashioned snowball fight any time during the year! It is generally played in larger groups of friends but can be adjusted to fit a medium sized group as well. There are a few different you can play from the base game and it's fun to mix things up. The snowballs are fun and easy to make on top of costing you next to nothing! Materials Needed Paper Paint or markers Glue Cardboard How To Set Up The Game Divide the player group into two teams. Afterward, use the resources to create a large pile of "snowballs" and select a large area to set up in. To create the snowballs take sheets of paper you have laying around…
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Chariot Race

Active, Extra Large Group, Large Group, Team building
"Chariot Race" is an exciting race on "chariots" to the finish line. It's a game about being a little ridiculous with your friends. The game is best done at a party or with a large sized group. This game is for developing team building skills and will bring the players closer together after the successful completion of a few rounds. You may have to collaborate with your group to acquire enough materials to play the game, but we promise the reward will be worth it! Materials Needed Sleds or Wheelbarrows Chalk Sheets (optional) How To Set Up The Game For this game, you need sufficient wheelbarrows or sleds. Make a note counting the number of people who are coming and divide them into teams of 3 to 4 people (not including the player in the…
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Crazy Job Interview

Classroom Icebreaker, Extra Large Group, Large Group, Medium Group, Party Games, Small Group, Talking Games
Crazy Job Interview is a game for the smooth-tongued. Each player will take turns convincing another that they are the best for an imaginary job. The twist: they have to talk about things suggested by the other players, and explain why those things would make them a good fit for the job. One player might have to explain why being an “Intellectual" and “A My Little Pony Fan" makes them a great “Supermodel". The next player might try to make a persuasive case that being “Aggressively Flirtatious" and “Angry With The Queen" makes them indispensable as “Prime Minister." If you are worried about a real job interview coming up, Crazy Job Interview (also known as Mock-upations) is a great mental exercise: you will work on your speaking, your positive-outlook, and your…
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Tall Tales (The “Suddenly” Story Game)

Classroom Icebreaker, Extra Large Group, Large Group, Medium Group, Small Group, Stationary, Talking Games, Team building
Spin fantastic yarns -- amazing stories -- with this engaging group activity. Each person will tell three sentences of a story and end with the word “suddenly…" The next person will then have to pick up the story and add three sentences of their own. Tall Tales encourages the players to think on their feet and connect to the story that has already been told, which trying to stump the next person to speak. Everyone gets a turn to talk in this icebreaker, so quiet group members have an equal chance to participate. Tall Tales doesn’t require any movement and is therefore able to fit in a room of any size. Tall Tales is an icebreaker for groups ages 10 and up. Children younger than 10 may not have the storytelling…
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What I Would Have Done

Classroom Icebreaker, Get-to-know-you, Large Group, Medium Group, Small Group, Talking Games, Team building
"What I Would Have Done" is get-to-know-you game all about what-if scenarios. This game focuses on exploring different paths in life and hypotheticals. For example: what is another career path would you try? All you have to do is pick some words out that go along with life events. Be sure to keep the game fun and upbeat by using positive words! Materials Needed What you need to play "What I Would Have Done": Paper A pen A box How To Set Up The Game To set up the game just write different life events on torn-up scraps of paper. Use things like prom or sports that all the players can relate to and throw them into a box. Make sure to fold the paper or cut a hole so no one can…
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Art Effects

Active, Classroom Icebreaker, Extra Large Group, Large Group, Medium Group, Small Group, Stationary, Team building
The point of Art Effects is to build your group's teamwork up with creativity and cooperation. In this game, your group will give keywords to convey items to their partner to create an art masterpiece. This game is great for groups of all sizes and requires a little bit of setting up according to the size of the group. Be sure to have a critic overlooking your artists to make sure everyone is playing fairly throughout the game. There is both a competitive and non-competitive version of the game, so be sure to pick how you want to play! Materials Needed Materials needed to play Art Effects: Paper A surface to draw on Pencils Erasers How To Set Up The Game To set up the game start by getting a headcount of…
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