In this icebreaker /
crowdbreaker, youth will
make the biggest smile
1. As everyone arrives, inform
them you are having a
2. Each person puts on the
broadest grin he possibly can.
3. Using a cloth measuring tape,
since it will have to be
measured around the curve
of the mouth, measure each
person’s smile, deciding
where the smile begins and
where it ends.
4. Give an award for the biggest
smile on a guy and a girl
• Do you smile a lot or rarely?
• What are some of the things
that make you smile?
• Is it possible to smile when
things are going badly? Why or
• Have you ever forced a smile?
• Do we only smile when things
are going well or when
something is funny?
A smile can mean a lot of things.
It can be an encouragement, or a
greeting. You can smile when
something is funny, or when you
are amused. A smile can be a gift.
Smiles are contagious.
Give a gift of a smile this week.
Try smiling at everyone you meet
this week. Some might think you a
re a little crazy, but you will find
others smiling back. You might
even make a new friend.
Someone who is depressed may
find a little encouragement.
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world’s most popular group icebreaker
activities, but also includes lesson ideas and
questions to smoothly transition into
discussions about issues common to most
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