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Re: Ice Breakers
In Response To: Ice Breakers ()

Hey Michelle!

We've got two ice breakers that we are probably going to do for our reunion.

1. List of Names - In this exercise, you create two columns on a piece of paper. On one side of a paper, you create a list of attributes/characteristics of family members. On the other side, you leave it blank. Family members will have to go around the room and find people in it that have a particular attribute/characteristic.

For example, our list will include:
Someone who was born in August:
Someone who owns at least three Prince CDs:
Someone who was born overseas (not on the North American Continent)
Someone who alternates between glasses and contacts:
Someone who has never been to an Atlas Family Reunion:
Someone who attended the first Atlas Family Reunion in 1972:
The Oldest Person In The Room:
Someone who has been to Lake Providence more than once:
Someone who can name their grandparents, great grandparents and great great grandparents:
Someone who went to Southern University:
Someone who went to Grambling University:
Someone with a PhD:
Someone who is named after a woman in the family:
Someone who is named after a man in the family:
Someone born in California:
Someone who sings:
Someone who writes poetry:
Someone who is/was dancer:
Someone in a sorority or fraternity:
Someone who is/was a twin:
Someone who speaks two languages:
Someone who is from the Andrew Atlas line of the family:
Someone who is from the John Atlas line of the family:
Someone who is from the King Atlas line of the family:
Someone who is from the William Steven Atlas, Jr. line of the family:

2. Create your own crossword puzzle online. Whoever finishes it first or gets the most answers correct wins a prize. All you have to do is save the puzzle as a photo and then paste it into a Word document and make copies. I will be using this site: http://www.crosswordpuzzlegames.com/create.html


18 Dec 2002 :: 14 Nov 2008
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