Ice breaker questions for kids help to bring out the students’ personalities and get them comfortable in their new class. These are great for the first day of school, especially for students who may be reentering schools after summer break or going to a new grade level.
These questions can also be used in group activities. One way to use these is to divide the larger group into groups of 4 to 5 people and give each group a different question from this list to answer. Then, have each group present their answer to the rest of the group. Another way to use these is to ask the questions and let each student answer individually or, as the teacher, you can pick out a few of the questions and have them in a container and have the kids put their hand up when they are ready to answer.
The questions in this article are a mix of general information, questions that reveal a bit about the student’s personality and questions that can be used to spark the kid’s imagination. These are a great collection of questions to try with any group of kids, from preschoolers to middle schoolers.
Whether it is the first day of school, a new group at work or school, or a gathering of friends who haven’t seen each other in a while, entering a new environment where you know no one can be intimidating. But these fun ice breaker questions for kids can help to make the transition easier and a lot more fun!