Association – Free Icebreaker

Free
Duration: 5 minutes

Intended for:

This free icebreaker helps to break the ice at the beginning of a training session. It can be particularly useful if the training session involves any learning by association as it can help to open up this way of thinking.

Training course contents:

You can download the Word version of the instructions to help you run the icebreaker, ‘Association’ by following the link at the bottom of this page, or by using the instructions below.

Instructions: 

1. Explain that this exercise is to help learning by the use of association.

2. Remind them that it could be used in a work context if they are having difficulty in remembering something.

3. Tell the group they will be asked to introduce themselves to the group by standing up, stating their first given name and associating their name with something they would bring to a picnic. e.g. My name is Dan, and I’d drive a van Possible Variation.

4. Tell the group they will be asked to introduce themselves to the group by standing up, stating their first given name and associating their name with a personal characteristic that helps identify them, and to do so in the form of a rhyme. e.g. My name is Sue, with eyes of blue.

Objectives:

This icebreaker is useful to help break the ice at the beginning of a training session or meeting through the association of things.

Association – Free Icebreaker

Free

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