Each person tells three stories, with one of them being a lie. The object of the game is to guess which is the lie.
If you were stuck on a deserted island, name one thing that you would bring, and why.
People are paired into teams of two, and one of the team members is blindfolded. Then the person who isn’t blindfolded leads the other one around by following their voice.
Split the group into teams of four or five people, and get everyone to come up with one word to describe something.
Ask each person to list their five favorites of anything to see where people have things in common.
Each person has a few minutes to chat and get to know someone else before being moved to the next person.
Split into teams of two, and interview each other. At the end of the interview, each person has to come up with 3 interesting facts about the person they just interviewed.
Each person says their name out loud with an adjective that begins with the same letter as the first letter of your name.
You go back and forth asking creative questions about whether the person would rather do X or Y. For example, would you rather eat nothing but insects for 3 meals straight, or not be able to watch TV for a year.
Say the name of a country, and then the next person has to say another country, starting with the last letter from the previous one. For example, Canada > America > Afghanistan > Nigeria…
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