Pass The Buck

Tear pieces of paper and write $1, $20, $100 on them.

Hand each person their “bucks”

If you have a larger group, create smaller groups of about 5.

Once everyone is in a group , they can open up the piece of paper and depending on the amount they have is the level of “valuable” information they can share about themselves!

The higher in value, the deeper the information shared can be.

Birthday Memories

Instruct your group to find someone or some people with the same birthday month as them. Once everyone finds their birthday partners, they can share their birthday and their favorite birthday memory.

Two Truths & A Lie

Ask all players to arrange themselves in a circle. Instruct each player to think of three statements about themselves. Two must be true statements, and one must be a lie or a wish. For each person, he or she shares the three statements (in any order) to the group.

The goal of the icebreaker game is to determine which statement is false. The group votes on which one they feel is a lie or a wish, and at the end of each round, the person reveals which one was the lie or wish.