Introducing the Ice-Breaking Ball - The perfect tool for making new connections

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Quick Response

Pass the ball around while each person reads an ice breaking phrase on the ball and responds to it, either with a personal story or a quick answer.

Have the group sit in a circle and spin the ball. When the ball stops, the person closest to the phrase it lands on has to read the phrase out loud and answer a question related to the phrase.

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Pass the ball around while music plays. When the music stops, the person with the ball has to read the phrase closest to their hand and answer a question related to the phrase.

Pass the ball around while each person reads an ice breaking phrase on the ball and responds to it. Every new person who receives the ball must say the previous answers and add their own at the end of it.

Each person gets 1 minute to read and reply to as many questions as possible. Then the ball is passed to someone else and repeat.

The person who receives the ball, reads out loud the ice breaker under one of their thumbs, and has 1 minute to organize everyone according to their replies. Example: If the question is mountains or the sea, there should be two groups: the group who prefers mountains and the one who prefers the sea.

The person who receives the ball reads out loud the question. Everyone else must guess what they think their answer is. Points for the people who correctly guess it!

Throw the ball around and have each person pick their question they’d like to answer in under 5 seconds. Once everyone has chosen, find the people who picked the same question as you, and discuss your answers.

The person replies to the question with a true answer and a fake answer. People must vote on which one they think it’s the true one.

When you get the ball, say your answer today, and say if your answer 5 years ago would have been the same. Say the different answer if it was different

Ideal for teams under 30 people

Truth or dare

Play a game of truth or dare, but instead of choosing truth or dare, each person has to read the phrase closest to their hand and share something related to the phrase.

Play a game of charades with the ice breaking ball, with each person reading the phrase closest to their hand and acting out a scenario related to the answer. The team must identify the answer and the question

Pass the ball around while music plays. When the music stops, the person with the ball has to read the phrase closest to their hand and answer a question related to the phrase.

Throw the ball, and the person who receives it has to guess the answer from the person they received it from.

The person who gets the ball thrown read the question under their thumb and answers it about the person who they received the ball from!

Ideal for large teams (more than 30 people)

Rather than

Once a minute, the ball gets thrown. The question gets answered by the person who caught it, followed by a “Rather than (answer), I’d prefer….” of the person to the right, for a minute, again and again

Throw the ball, and one after the other we must answer the question in 2 seconds or less going clockwise.

Split the total of people in two lines. Throw the ball. People must reorder themselves alphabetically based on their answer to the ice breaking question.

Throw the ball around, and say out loud the question you got under your thumb. Whenever any question repeats, pair up with that person and leave the circle. Discuss your answers

Pair up using the ball, and keep the conversation going with yes but sentences.

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