Just One Question

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This is an icebreaker activity which will help get your group chatting and talking together.

The leader or facilitator should think of a scenario or situation - for example babysitting, marriage, a sports captain.

Split the group into teams of two then ask the teams the following - you have just one question to ask to determine the suitability of candidates for this scenario.

For example, babysitting - what is one question you can ask an applicant to determine their suitability for babysitting your children. 

Give the teams 5-10 minutes to discuss and identify their question, then each team shares their question with the group and why they believe that question will give them an insight into the applicant's suitability.

This game can lead onto various topics such as integrity or character.

  • Free / Low Cost
  • No equipment needed
  • Sharing, Get to know you
  • Ice breaker
    • Teens (Age 16-18)
    • Young Adults

    Group Size
    • Small Groups (1-9 people)
    • Medium (10-29 people)

    • Medium (11-29 mins)
    • Short (1-10 minutes)
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