Break the ice, dispupt the silence and start chatting. Look under your thumb and share your reaction to whatever prompt lies under your thumb. Thumball is a soft 6" stuffed ball with loads of applications!
The Icebreaker Thumball looks like a cool soccer ball and has 32 panels pre-printed with fun icebreaker phrases suited for adults and teens: Best Place to Live, Worst Job Ever, People that Make you Laugh, Fantasy Vacation, Best Concert, TV Shows to Love or Hate, and more. (See all items below.) Use it to stimulate conversation, promote team spirit, and boost flagging energy.
Icebreaker Thumball prompts
- Magazine I read
- Season I enjoy most
- Something I wear again and again
- Mountains I want to climb
- Ideal car
- Places I've been swimming
- People I admire
- Foods I can cook
- Worst job ever
- Fantastic fruits
- Fun card game
- Farthest place I've traveled
- Beautiful beach I want to see
- Animated film I'd view again
- Chinese food I always order
- Favorite candy treats
- Favorite nursery rhyme or fairy tale
- Museum I'd visit
- TV channels I like
- What makes me laugh
- Olympic events I watch
- Concert or play I want tickets for
- Best Italian foods
- Finest Fast food
- Sports championship I watch
- Two cookies I enjoy
- Something I like about my hometown
- A wedding I remember
- Music my parents like
- Board game I would pick
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We use it at least twice daily for our shift huddles
We bought three thumballs and will be using them for training.
Great way to engage a group when energy levels are down in the late afternoon and early evening. Non-threatening way for high-risk participants to open up about themselves.
I use it as an ice breaker and it enables staff to get to know one another.
Perfect for group therapy bonding by getting to know one another better.
Used it on the first few days of school with 6th grade students.
The Icebreaker thumball is an excellent way to start off a new group of trainees. It offers an immediate way to get aquainted with one another, especially for introverts, that eases the stress of being with a group of strangers. Removing this stress makes it easier to focus on the classroom presentation.