Ready-to-print and cut apart list of seven unusual questions that can help your group learn interesting things about one another!

Does your group already know each other really well, but could still use some team-building? Or would you like to try a new ice-breaker activity this year? Here is a really simple activity that can help kids learn some really interesting things about each other. Includes instructions for the game and a list of seven unusual questions for players to ask one another. The questions are laid out on the page three times so that you can save paper by printing three at a time and cutting them apart.

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