Two sets of partners are sharing information about themselves in a fun ice-breaker game called Partner Introductions

Partner Introductions

Simple, structured & powerful get-to-know-you game.

  • Simple
  • Non-threatening
  • Partner activity
  • No props

Step-by-Step Instructions

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Comments (1)

  1. David Piang-Nee

    Having done an introduction once with your partner, it takes a little pressure off and having your partner introduce you whether they get it right or wrong does add a bit of fun to the process as the presenter usually more relaxed.

    Fun way of doing introductions and also useful in creating small connections and relaxing the groups.

    It really does promote active listening as initially you are only listening to one person and don’t have to stress while you are waiting your turn to think of what you are going to say.

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