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20 Questions Jar! Great table ice breaker. Check this out @Renee Smith! I have jars! :)

20 Questions Jar Decorate a mason jar, and fill it with questions. During the ice breaker, have each group member select a question to answer. Also a great way to start meetings or First Year Student Surveys.

We made sort of ice breaker type cards for each table. We put facts about each person at the table, but didn't include who it was talking about. It got the guests at each table talking to each other and some guests even went table to table to see the other cards. We wrote things like "Someone at this table is a luchador…but shhhh!" and "Someone at this table had Katie as a teacher."  Copyright: DCMGMT Creative, Inc.

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