Get to know you activities
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Have a paper ball fight! This fun and engaging game will have kids excited to share facts about themselves and learn about others.
Ann Griggs saved to Activity day
Virtual Icebreakers and Connection Activities | Training Wheels | Fun team building activities, Zoom
Apr 3, 2020 - Virtual Icebreakers and Connection Activities I will admit that Virtual Team Building activities stretch me. I really want to be intentional with the time I have with a group, and […]
TeamMom365 saved to Team Building Activities
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Alejandra saved to Almacenamiento rápido
Now that a new school year is starting, we had our “move-up Sunday” for all the student ministries. We had several Kindergarteners move up into the elementary class, and we have a huge …
Elyssa Kaskel saved to Kids Ministry
Get to know your students this back to school season with these ideas and freebies. Start your first day of school with these the perfect ice-breakers and activities. You'll love these inexpensive, engaging, and fun back to school ideas for elementary students. 2nd grade, 3rd grade.
Emily Stephens saved to school
Try this fresh get to know you activity for back to school, called "Who's In Your Circles?" Gets students up and moving to find out common interests they share with each other. (Blog post from The Thinker Builder)
1. Make pair or groups of 3 or 4.2. Each player must have six markers to be placed in each starting point. (dice boxes on the very top of the board game)3. Each player rolls a die. 4. The player will answer a question according to the number of dots on the die.5. The first player who reaches all the finish boxes will be declared as the winner.Edit : I am teaching Japanese students that is why there are some Japanese related questions and words. You can edit these parts for your students…
This back to school "snowball" fight activity will have your students getting up and moving around the classroom to get to know each other. Extend the activity by repeating it with new facts--or use the same ones again!
Laura Candler saved to Back to School
This year, I wanted to be intentional with my third graders as it relates to relationship. We started that on the first day of school. One of the things I’m most passionate about when it comes to academic achievement is building to mastery.Some students LOVE the first day of school, but not all students are...Read More »
Mackenzie Carpenter saved to Classroom activities