Icebreaker – Deserted Island

Desert Island LOST ON A DESERTED ISLAND This game is a teambuilding and get-to-know you icebreaker.
Lost and deserted island is a teambuilding activity that also helps people share a little about themselves. Given the scenario that everyone is lost and stranded on a deserted island, each person choose in the paper below one object that they would bring and why what they enjoy or value. And relationship building activities. This icebreaker works well for any age, including adults and corporate settings. Anecdotal notes on listening, speaking and taking turns. Approachable way to get people to open up

Material Paper – Pens / Pencils

Setting Choose a safe and appropriate place to conduct the game. An indoor setting is ideal this could be play in a class room depend how many people are. Can be play for a elementary school or high school.
Objective Working with a team to brainstorming ideas. They discuss a role play situation. Knowing each other.
Who People who need to work on communicating ideas with other people
Benefits To introduce each person to the group and to learn something about them.

Length: approx. 30 minutes

Group Size Small, Medium, and Large group size, Age group 13 to 17
Description The first part of this icebreaker is simple: They look at some picture and they have to choose what object they would bring and justify their options. After everyone has introduced their object and why they have chosen that object, the team-building portion follows. Divide into smaller groups and ask everyone to work together to improve their chances of survival by combining the various objects that they introduced. If necessary, you can add more objects, but be sure to use all the objects that everyone mentioned. If you wish, you can reward the most creative group with a prize. Encourage people to be creative.

Variation Another way just let them think about what item they will bring in a deserted island. Ideally something that represents them. Let them be creative.


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