Creative Ice Breaker Games & Activities

Inspire creativity and connection with these innovative ice breaker games. Plan gatherings and workshops with fun, engaging activities.

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Ice Breaker Games & Activities

How to get started with ice breakers on Livestorm

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2 - Invite your colleagues

Invite your team members from your workspace. The more the merrier

3 - Choose your game

Now you're all set and ready to energize your meetings and events! Browse our hub for ice breakers ideas


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What are creative ice breaker games?

Creative ice breaker games get participants to think outside the box and use their imaginations to come up with original ideas. These activities can include:

  • Storytelling and weaving tales as a team
  • Charades and acting out prompts
  • Drawing concepts on whiteboards

They’re great for lightening the mood and getting people to open up. They can also improve virtual collaboration and encourage team building.

As a result, creative ice breakers often work well before brainstorming meetings and during team video conferencing. With Livestorm, you can host polls, live chat, and whiteboard activities during virtual events and meetings.

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What are the best creative ice breaker games?

Two Truths and a Lie is a popular ice breaker because it allows people to introduce themselves in a creative way. Here’s how it works:

Participants share three statements, and everyone else guesses which is the lie. It’s one of the easiest virtual games to host, and it helps teams get to know each other better.

To get your team to work together, try Storytelling Relay. The facilitator starts the story, and everyone else takes turns to include their own twist by adding a sentence to the narrative.

This creative ice breaker requires listening skills and respect for each individual’s contributions. Since it relies on creative collaboration, it also supports teamwork.