Using Art and Games in your class - Icebreaker Activities (Part 2) -

Using Art and Games in your class – Icebreaker Activities (Part 2)

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Why should you do Icebreakers in your class on the first day? How can you add some fun games and creativity to your classes? Andy shares a few thoughts on this topic and we check in with some of our Citizens of Hope teachers in Chicago, Honolulu, and Bangkok to hear what games and art activities they are using in their classes.

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  1. Thank you very much! I loved these ideaaaas for ice breakers!!🎉

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