Candy Themed Icebreaker Activity

My husband is a program manager at an organization that works with adults with developmental disabilities and as a part of their monthly meetings, there is always an ice breaker. He likes to keep it interesting and was telling me about a candy icebreaker. Well, I took his idea and turned it into a coupon trip and printable for a blog post to share with all of you- naturally! This can be used for any meeting for and company, group or program and it is just a fun idea, especially with Halloween around the corner but certainly could be used ay time of the year. And you would be the cool one that brought candy…

icebreaker activity

It is super simple, you get a tub of different kinds of candy, because of coupon deals and sales since it is by Halloween I was able to get quite the assortment but really 4 to 5 would be perfect. Once you have them, throw them in a bowl and print out the printable below and your prep work is done! Isn’t that easy?

Icebreaker Activity

When you get to your meeting, you pass around the bowl and everyone picks a piece of candy. Once they all have one, they have to answer the question the corresponds with the piece they chose. You can make up your own questions but you are welcome to use my printable cheat sheet as well! I have given the pdf link to print as well as the image for your reference.

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Fun and easy!

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