16 Fun "Getting To Know You" Icebreakers for Kids Perfect for School (2023)

When school is starting, it’s the perfect time to pull out all your fun, new “getting to know you” classroom activities or icebreakers for kids. Back-to-school icebreakers can go a long way in the early weeks of school to help your students feel more comfortable in the classroom, get to know you, and help them get to know their classmates!

Whether your school shuffles students around from year to year, you’ve got a batch of pre-K or kindergarten students who are brand-new to attending school, or you’ve got some new kids who just moved into the district, using first day of school and first week of school icebreakers can make a big difference in creating a team atmosphere and maybe even help your students forge new friendships.

What Is an Icebreaker?

If you’re not familiar with the idea of “getting to know you” icebreakers, maybe it’s simply because you haven’t used that term before.

Icebreakers are activities that are fun and built around loosening students up, helping them “break the ice” so to speak with you and other classmates who they might not know very well.

Maybe you’ve done your own fair share of icebreaker activities in staff meetings or during an orientation, but they were called openers or challenges that just so happened to kick things off? Then you know they can help give people something to talk about and help them quickly build up a rapport.

Best of all … we’ve got plenty of fun icebreaker games and activities for kids from pre-school on up to middle school!

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Icebreaker Games and Activities for Kids

It’s important that any icebreakers you use to help your students in the getting to know you phase aren’t requiring young kids to take social risks they aren’t ready for. This can do the opposite of what you’re hoping to do — forcing shy students back into their shells, rather than creating familiarity and comfort in the learning environment.

You’ll also want to steer clear of icebreakers for kids that are just too cheesy. Primary students may give you a pass, but those older kids — especially fourth grade on up — will let you know they’re just not into it!

One final note, before we share out favorite fun icebreaker games and activities? Focus on points of commonality that don’t leave students out. Asking students to share information about their family, for example, can be rife with sensitive spots. Make sure students can all be on equal playing fields.

Getting to Know You Fortune Tellers

Whether you call them cootie catchers or fortune tellers, the popular paper flap games are a big hit in the classroom. But did you ever think to use them as an icebreaker? Print out the fortune teller template (it’s free!), and fill it in with getting to know you questions such as “what day is your birthday?” and “how many siblings do you have?”

Photocopy, and distribute to your students, splitting them into groups of two to play “fortune teller” together. They’ll have fun seeing if the fortune teller can guess the correct answers!

Best for grades: 3 through 6

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Find Four Icebreaker for Kids

Find Four is a great icebreaker for helping kids get up and get those wiggles out while introducing themselves to their new classmates. The premise is simple:

  • Students are given a card broken out into different squares with instructions in each square (You can print a pre-filled Find Four card here!).
  • Each instruction tells them to “find four” classmates who meet different criteria such as “find four classmates who have a dog.”
  • It’s up to your students to wander the room and ask their peers questions about themselves to see if they can “find four!”
  • Students can write the names of their “our” in the boxes — a great way to help kids commit new names to memory.

Best for grades: 2 through 5

Name Chase

Remember ‘Duck, Duck, Goose’? This fun icebreaker activity is a twist on the classic playground game and a great one to help new students remember each other’s names.

  • Students sit in a circle with one person, “it”, standing on the outside.
  • The person who is “it” walks around the circle, gently tapping each person on the head, saying that person’s name as they do (instead of saying “duck”).
  • If the person who is “it” taps someone and says the class name instead (e.g. “Ms. Green’s class” instead of saying “goose”), the tapped person has to stand up and chase “it” around the circle trying to tag them before “it” takes their spot.

Best for grades: Pre-K and up

Classmate Scavenger Hunt

Send your students on a scavenger hunt to break the ice with their new classmates … only they don’t need to find something. They need to find someone, or rather several someones! Very similar to Find Four, this icebreaker for kids may be more appropriate for smaller classes where “finding four” might be tough or for younger students.

From someone who has a pet to someone who has blue eyes, this activity gets kids up and moving, as well as meeting and greeting their classmates.

You can print a pre-filled scavenger hunt template here.

Best for grades: 1 through 3

Two Truths and a Lie

This game is a classic (and fairly addictive) icebreaker for kids that can be played as a whole class or in small groups.

  1. Each person in the class comes up with three statements about themselves. Two should be true statements, and one should be false. Depending on the age of your students, you might allow them to think up the statements and keep them in mind or to practice writing them down.
  2. Working your way down the class list, call on students one by one.
  3. When called on, each student should announce their 3 statements for the rest of the class to determine which statement they think is false.

Some different ways to play this game are:

  • Have the entire class vote by a show of hands, guessing which statement they think is false.
  • Have each student write down which statement they think is false, and see who gets the most correct.

Best for grades: 2 and up

Beach Ball Icebreaker Game

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The Beach Ball Icebreaker game is another classic and fun way for you to get to know your students and for your students to get to know each other!

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  • Use a permanent marker to write a question on each panel of a blow-up beach ball.
  • Standing or sitting in a circle, students throw or roll the ball to someone else in the circle.
  • When students receive the ball, they answer the question that is facing them. Then they pass or roll the ball to someone else.

This game can be so easily tailored to suit the context of your classroom or the time of year. You could prepare a variety of beach balls to bring out for brain breaks too (check out six of the Teach Starter teachers’ favorite ways to use balls in the classroom)!

For example, with a new class, you may write some more basic “getting to know you” questions such as“What is your favorite thing to do on the weekend?” Returning from a break with a class you already know you may write different questions like “If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?”

Pentagonal Me

Your students have come back from summer break brimming with stories and updates about their lives. Harness that energy with Pentagonal Me, an icebreaker activity that doubles as a fun way to introduce geometric shapes.

  • Print a Pentagon Template that’s been broken into 5 separate sections.
  • Each section directs students to share 5 facts about themselves in different subject areas.
  • After the kids have written out their 25 facts, set your students up in groups of 5 (if possible), and have each student choose one section of their pentagon to read out loud to their group.
  • When the group is done, send students back to their seats, and ask students to share 5 things they’ve learned about their classmates.

The filled-out templates also make a great display for a Back-To-School Night or Meet the Teacher Night. Parents will love spotting their child’s pentagon on the wall.

Best for grades: 3 and up, but this could be extra fun for 5th graders!

All About Me Cube Games

This hands-on activity can be used in different ways. Download and print enough copies of the All About Me Cube Templatefor every student in your class (and a few spares to go intoany “new student packs” you may have prepared for kids to join your class later in the year!). You may decide to enlarge these to tabloid size for extra creative space and to make a fun display.

Here are a few different ways you could use the cubes to turn this craft activity into a group-sharing, icebreaker activity:

#1 Cube Clumps

  • The teacher calls out one of the topics on the cube (e.g. birthday months, hair color, special places, favorite hobby).
  • Students find all of the other people in the class who share that same month, characteristic, or interest and stand in a “clump.”
  • For topics that leave students standing alone (e.g. they are the only person in their class with that birthday month, characteristic, or interest) use this as a way to highlight the amazing diversity and individuality in your class!

#2 Cube Mix

  • Students complete all sides of the cube except for the name and self-portrait sides.
  • Collect the cubes, and mix them up in a bag or box.
  • Hand a cube out to each student making sure they don’t get their own cube.
  • Students look at the cube they received, and see if they can figure out who it belongs to.

#3 Cube Stack

In groups, students use the complete cubes to create 3-D sculptures or displays in your classroom by stacking cubes with the same face out.

  • The name and birthday side can be used to create a birthday display by stacking all of thecubes from each month together.
  • Stack the cubes with the portrait side facing out to make a 3-D sculpture.
  • Use the “special people” or “special places” sides to create a display, or even to use as writing prompts throughout the year.

Best for grades: 2 through 5

Wipe That Smile Off Your Face

Hey, we promised these icebreaker games were fun, right? Well, this one is FUN, and for fans of the YouTube “try not to laugh” challenges, it will be a big hit!

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  • Students sit in a circle and the teacher chooses one person to start the game.
  • That person smiles their widest, biggest, cheesiest smile at everyone else in the circle, trying to make them laugh. However, they must be silent, and cannot pull faces or be silly, all they can do is smile.
  • For every person in the group who laughs at their smile, they receive one point.
  • After they have smiled at everyone in the group, they ‘wipe’ the smile off their face with their hand and ‘pass’ the smile to the next person in the circle.

Best for grades: Pre-k through 3

Heads or Tails

This is an easy icebreaker game to play in the classroom that requires almost no set-up. All you need is a pile of pennies and your whiteboard markers!

  • On your whiteboard, create two separate lists with the word “Heads” on top of one and “Tails” on top of the other.
  • List One should be a list of favorites such as animal, color, book, etc.
  • List Two should be “would you rather” questions — would you rather have a dog or cat, eat cereal for breakfast or dinner, etc.
  • Have your students pair off, and give each pair a penny.
  • Students in each pair then trade off flipping the coin.
  • If they get a “heads,” they have to share an answer from list one with their partner, working down the list in order.
  • If they get a “tails,” they have to tell their partner their answer to a “would you rather” question from the list, working down the list in order.

Alternate ways to play:

Instead of writing it all out, choose one of the Would You Rather question sets below that are available in Google Slides!

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Best for grades: 2 and up

My Memory Matching Game

Another twist on a familiar classic, this is a great icebreaker game for older students. In this game, students create their own cards to play a game of memory with a partner.

  • Provide students with an even number of blank cardboard squares or rectangles that are all the same color and size. They will create two memory cards for every fact about themselves (i.e. To create 3 facts every student needs 6 cards. To create 5 facts, each student needs 10 cards.).
  • On each pair of cards, students write or draw a fact about themselves. You may like to provide students with a list of prompts to help.
  • When they have finished creating their ‘My Memory’ cards, students shuffle their cards with a partner and play a game of memory.
  • Students can rotate to play with other new partners too.

This Is Me Task Card Game

This icebreaker game is great for the lower grades, and it makes for a great movement break during those early days of school. Download the task cards, and tell your students to stand up near their desks or in a circle. If the weather is nice, you may even want to take the class outside to get some of their wiggles out while the kids get to know one another.

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As each card is read aloud to the students, they respond appropriately if the information applies to them, e.g., jump up and down if you have an older brother. Students will find that there will be many cards that do apply to them, and many that do not. They simply stand still for those cards that are not applicable and get to know their classmates!

Best for grades: Pre-K and up

STEM Icebreaker Activities

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) activities make fantastic icebreakers as they encourage kids to work together and start building a team mentality. It can also take some of the pressure off shy students who may feel uncomfortable with activities that focus on aspects of themselves and their own lives.

STEM tasks help you to assess where your new students are at in terms of general knowledge and higher-order thinking skill development. Additionally, you will be able to see how students work in groups which will help with classroom and behavior management planning.

Here are some great open-ended STEM tasks that your students can work on in small groups.

Lower Grade STEM Task Cards

This set of STEM task cards for early grade students contains 22 different challenges that students can complete with commonly found and easily sourced materials. From creating the tallest button tower to racing cars without using their hands, these activities are a super fun way to get kids engaging with their new peers.

Upper Grade STEM Task Cards

You can download this “Build a Raft” STEM challenge! Or you check out our STEM Challenge Task Cards for upper grades too.

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What is a good ice breaker for students? ›

Two truths and a Lie.

An icebreaker classic, Two Truths and a Lie is a fun way to help students get to know each other. Each participant tells the group three “facts” about themselves. However, one of these “facts” will not be true. Fellow participants will then have to guess which of these “facts” is a lie.

What are fun questions for students? ›

Interests and Hobbies
  • What are your favorite hobbies?
  • In your free time, what do you like to do?
  • Have you volunteered in your community?
  • What was the hardest part of the past week for you?
  • What is your favorite book?
  • What is your favorite TV show?
  • What is your favorite movie?
  • What is your favorite color?

What would do fun questions? ›

“What Would You Do?” Questions
  • What would you do if you had only 24 hours to live?
  • What would you do if you found out you could stop time?
  • What would you do if you were rich?
  • What would you do if you were the ruler of a country for a day?
  • What would you do if you were swimming and lost your bathing suit?
15 May 2021

What are some class icebreakers? ›

More Good Icebreaker Questions (Get-to-know-you, Teambuilding) – Additional good icebreaker questions to use when you want people to share about themselves. Name Aerobics (Get-to-know-you, Talking, Active) Never Have I Ever (Get-to-know-you) – A game that lets people get a sense of each others' experiences!

What are good high school icebreaker questions? ›

Ice breaker questions for high school students
  • What's your catchphrase?
  • If you were to write a book, what would it be about?
  • What's the best piece of advice you've ever received?
  • What's one song that you'll always remember the words to?
  • Do you know any other languages?
  • Do you do any volunteer work?

What do you say in ice breakers? ›

Here are five English icebreakers to help thaw the icy-cold awkwardness of meeting someone for the first time.
  • Introduce yourself. This is the most obvious way to start a conversation. ...
  • Comment on the surroundings. ...
  • Find something in common. ...
  • Give a compliment. ...
  • Ask a question.

What are some good 21 questions? ›

21 Questions List
  • What's the weirdest dream you've ever had?
  • If you could travel to any year in a time machine, what year would you choose and why?
  • If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
  • What's one of the most fun childhood memories you have?
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What is a fun quick ice breaker? ›

Name Aerobics. This quick icebreaker is a fun and interactive way to learn everyone's name. The group stands in a circle facing each other. Choose a person to start by introducing themselves by doing an action for each syllable of their name. The entire group repeats the name and motions.

How well do u know me questions? ›

Additional "How Well Do You Know Me" Questions
  • What is your favorite restaurant to go to?
  • What household chores do you hate the most?
  • What type of music makes you happy?
  • Who is your celebrity crush?
  • What is your favorite childhood memory?
  • Who is your favorite author?
  • What's your favorite meal for me to make?
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What are some good why questions? ›

Questions 1–10
  • Why is there a leap day?
  • Why is the sky blue?
  • Why you always lying?
  • Why is my poop green?
  • Why should we hire you?
  • Why are cats afraid of cucumbers?
  • Why do dogs eat grass?
  • Why are cats scared of cucumbers?
26 Jan 2021

What are good questions to ask a 7 year old? ›

9 Cool Questions to Ask Your Kid
  • What do you know how to do that you can teach to others?
  • If you could be a sound, what would it be?
  • What is the funniest thing that ever happened to you?
  • What do you think your life will be like in the future?
  • What is the most wonderful thing that ever happened to you?
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What are good questions to ask a 5 year old? ›

Questions to Ask Kindergarteners
  • Do you ever think about renaming the colors of your crayons?
  • What movie, TV, or book character makes you laugh the most?
  • If you opened a store, what would you sell?
  • What's your superhero name, and what powers do you have?
  • If you could grow anything in the yard, what would it be?
13 Jul 2022

What are 50 questions to ask? ›

Break the ice and get to know people better by selecting several of these get-to-know-you questions.
  • Who is your hero?
  • If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
  • What is your biggest fear?
  • What is your favorite family vacation?
  • What would you change about yourself if you could?
  • What really makes you angry?

What are playful questions? ›

30 Playful Questions To Ask Your Crush To Keep The Convo Going
  • What's your grossest hidden talent?
  • What's your most embarrassing childhood memory?
  • What's the worst haircut you've ever gotten?
  • What's the strangest nickname you've ever been given and how did you earn it?
24 Mar 2021

What is a random question? ›

Random questions are prompts you can use to spark interesting conversations with someone. For example, “What country would you most like to visit?” or “What is the biggest risk you have ever taken?” The purpose of these phrases is to help friends and strangers start talking and getting to know each other better.

What is a good ice breaker for teachers? ›

Here are some teacher-tested, effective icebreaker activities to help you and your students start the new school year on the right foot!
  • Circle up. ...
  • Marshmallow challenge. ...
  • Four corners. ...
  • Barnyard animals. ...
  • Toilet paper game. ...
  • Snowball fight.
5 Aug 2021

What am I who am I game? ›

The “Who Am I” game is a fun party game where players try to guess what famous person they've been assigned by asking yes or no questions. To play, gather a group of friends and decide on a category or theme. For example, you could do historical figures, celebrities, or movie characters.

What are warm up questions? ›

For Middle and High Schoolers
  • If you had a TV show, what would it be called?
  • What is your catchphrase, or a word you say a lot?
  • If you were to write a book, what would it be about?
  • What's a small thing someone did that really encouraged you?
  • What is the best piece of advice you've ever received?

What makes icebreaker happy? ›

Some icebreakers that I like:

Please say your name, your organization, and one thing that makes you happy.” Everyone has at least one thing that makes them happy, and it's been scientifically proven that if you think happy thoughts, you become happier, and that's a great way to start a meeting.

How do I start icebreaker? ›

35 Fun Meeting Icebreakers to Warm Up Any Meeting
  1. The Candy Game.
  2. The Marshmallow Game.
  3. A Scavenger Hunt.
  4. Two Truths and One Lie.
  5. Paper Airplane Game.
  6. Year of the Coin.
  7. One Common Thing.
  8. Speed Networking.

Is Ice Breaker one word? ›

icebreaker noun [C] (ACTIVITY)

What is the 10 question game? ›

A student draws a card out and keeps it hidden from the class. The class then takes turns at asking yes/no questions to discover the type of litter on the card. For example, “Is it made from paper?”, “Do you drink out of it?”, etc. If the answer is “yes” then the student who asked the question has another turn.

What to ask when playing 20 questions? ›

  • Have You Ever Dine And Dashed At A Restaurant? ...
  • Would You Rather Have Endless Money Or Endless Love? ...
  • Have You Ever Been In A Car Crash — And It Was Your Fault? ...
  • If You Could Star In A Movie, What Movie Would It Be? ...
  • What Is Your Most Frequently Used Emoji? ...
  • What Was The Last Thing You Stole Or Shoplifted?
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How do you play 10 things in common icebreaker? ›

10 things in common

Split everyone into pairs and hand each pair a piece of paper. Each pair is responsible for finding 10 things they have in common with one another. Remember to tell everyone easy cop-outs aren't allowed, like "we both have hands".

Who am I icebreaker game? ›

Playing Who Am I? Place one of the nametags on the upper back of each player. Once everyone has a nametag on their back, explain the rules to everyone: each person must try to figure out which famous person that they are, only asking “Yes” or “No” questions to gain clues about the name that is on their back.

How do I make my team closer? ›

12 easy ways to improve workplace teamwork
  1. The role of leaders. It starts at the top. ...
  2. Communicate, every day, every way. Good communication is at the heart of great teamwork. ...
  3. Exercise together. ...
  4. Establish team rules. ...
  5. Clarify purpose. ...
  6. Recognize and reward. ...
  7. Office space. ...
  8. Take a break.

What is a fun team building activity? ›

Scavenger Hunt

Split everyone into groups and make a list of fun things to find or do outside your office. Make it each team's mission to find and photograph everything on that list within a certain time limit. The first team to complete each item on the list wins!

Would you rather questions for small groups? ›

Would you rather go into the past and meet your ancestors or go into the future and meet your great-great grandchildren? Would you rather have more time or more money? Would you rather have a rewind button or a pause button on your life? Would you rather be able to talk with the animals or speak all foreign languages?

What are some good 20 questions for kids? ›

20 Questions to Ask your Children
  • What do you want to be when you grow up?
  • What is your favorite place in the world?
  • What makes you happy?
  • If you opened a store, what would you sell?
  • If you could be any animal, what kind would you be?
  • What would you do if you made the rules at home?

What are 50 questions to ask? ›

Break the ice and get to know people better by selecting several of these get-to-know-you questions.
  • Who is your hero?
  • If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
  • What is your biggest fear?
  • What is your favorite family vacation?
  • What would you change about yourself if you could?
  • What really makes you angry?

How do you play 20 questions with kids? ›

In this game, one person thinks of something and then other players ask up to 20 yes/no questions to help them figure out what thing the other person is thinking of. The 20 questions game doesn't require any materials or preparation, which makes it a great activity to play in class.

What are kids favorite questions? ›

20 questions to ask your kids
  • What is your favourite colour?
  • What is your favourite toy?
  • What is your favourite fruit?
  • What is your favourite TV show?
  • What is your favourite thing to eat for lunch?
  • What is your favourite outfit?
  • What is your favourite game?
  • What is your favourite snack?
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What are some favorites questions? ›

Favorite Questions About Memories & Childhood
  • What was your favorite thing about your childhood home?
  • What were your favorite childhood television shows?
  • Who was your favorite childhood friend?
  • What was your favorite animal as a child?
  • What was your favorite childhood food?
  • What was your favorite childhood movie?
3 Nov 2021

What are some good why questions? ›

Questions 1–10
  • Why is there a leap day?
  • Why is the sky blue?
  • Why you always lying?
  • Why is my poop green?
  • Why should we hire you?
  • Why are cats afraid of cucumbers?
  • Why do dogs eat grass?
  • Why are cats scared of cucumbers?
26 Jan 2021

Would you rather activities for students? ›

Here are some ideas:
  • Read a question to your class. Ask them to mime the answer they would choose.
  • Ask a student to draw a card from the pile and try to act both the options. Get the rest of the class to guess which card they chose!
  • Invite students to create a dramatic skit based on a random card from the pile.
16 Feb 2019

What is the best truth or dare questions? ›

Best truth questions
  • When was the last time you lied?
  • When was the last time you cried?
  • What's your biggest fear?
  • What's your biggest fantasy?
  • Do you have any fetishes?
  • What's something you're glad your mum doesn't know about you?
  • Have you ever cheated on someone?
  • What's the worst thing you've ever done?
1 May 2020

What are some good 21 questions? ›

21 Questions List
  • What's the weirdest dream you've ever had?
  • If you could travel to any year in a time machine, what year would you choose and why?
  • If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
  • What's one of the most fun childhood memories you have?
5 May 2021

What are good rapid fire questions? ›

You found our list of the best rapid fire questions.
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  • What is your job title?
  • What was your first job?
  • What is your favorite month?
  • What is your favorite season?
  • What is your favorite animal?
  • What is your favorite color?
  • What is your favorite food?
  • What is your favorite word?
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How well do u know me questions? ›

Additional "How Well Do You Know Me" Questions
  • What is your favorite restaurant to go to?
  • What household chores do you hate the most?
  • What type of music makes you happy?
  • Who is your celebrity crush?
  • What is your favorite childhood memory?
  • Who is your favorite author?
  • What's your favorite meal for me to make?
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