Christian
Icebreakers -
Evaluating
Icebreakers
Some key questions
for evaluating
icebreakers and
icebreaker games.
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1. Were the directions clearly
understood by the
participants? Were they loud
enough?
2. Was the leader facing the
entire ...
4. Was everyone involved?
Were there periods of
waiting?
5. Were the materials prepared
and ready-to-go? Was there
minimal...
7. Evaluate the length of the
icebreaker. Was it too long?
Too short? Did it leave
people wanting for more?
8. What was th...
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This EBook not only provides 52 of the
world’s most popular group i...
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  1. 1. Christian Icebreakers - Evaluating Icebreakers Some key questions for evaluating icebreakers and icebreaker games. www.CreativeYouthIdeas.com CreativeIcebreakers.com
  2. 2. 1. Were the directions clearly understood by the participants? Were they loud enough? 2. Was the leader facing the entire group? Did the leader make good eye-contact with everyone? 3. Was the leader enthusiastic? Did the leader pick up on humorous situations? www.CreativeYouthIdeas.com CreativeIcebreakers.com
  3. 3. 4. Was everyone involved? Were there periods of waiting? 5. Were the materials prepared and ready-to-go? Was there minimal delay in getting things ready for the icebreaker? 6. How did the group respond? Did it engage the participants? Did they enjoy the activity? Were they bored? Did the icebreaker get out of control? www.CreativeYouthIdeas.com CreativeIcebreakers.com
  4. 4. 7. Evaluate the length of the icebreaker. Was it too long? Too short? Did it leave people wanting for more? 8. What was the atmosphere after the icebreaker? Did it lead into the next activity or talk? 9. 9. How could the icebreaker, or the leadership of the icebreaker, have been improved? 10. Were safety measures maintained? www.CreativeYouthIdeas.com CreativeIcebreakers.com
  5. 5. www.CreativeIcebreakers.com www.CreativeYouthIdeas.com This EBook not only provides 52 of the world’s most popular group icebreaker activities, but also includes lesson ideas and questions to smoothly transition into discussions about issues common to most groups. Click here to find out more! Icebreakers Ahead: Take it to the next Level

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