Give each member of the group five pieces of paper.
Ask each one in the group to announce something funny that he/she has done and put up one piece of paper.
Or blindfold the participants and have them place the buttons right. Whoever created the funniest part of the story, wins a prize!This makes for a good set of funny icebreaker activities.If you get that part right, then they’ll be that much more engaged, and that much more productive.Office games are a fun way to get to know people, and make the welcoming of a new employee or group much more enjoyable.Get your participants off to a good start by using these ice breaker activities in your workplace.
Even in your regularly scheduled, weekly meetings, a brief ice breaker makes a difference in the resulting employee conversations.Ask the others who have done the same funny thing to also put up a piece of paper.Continue till at least one in the group is left without paper. Place a huge drawing (of a person, animal or cartoon) on the floor and have each of the participants drop a pair of buttons in place of the picture's eyes. The person next to him extends the story and this continues as long as the story finds a funny end.Try these top ten ice breaker activities out in your own workplace.They'll make your participants comfortable talking and at ease with the other attendees.While organizing any of these, just make sure you maintain the decor of the event and those you are organizing the event for, have fun.