Icebreaker Thumball

Break the ice and start conversations the easy way.

$19.99
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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

  1. Magazine I read
  2. Season I enjoy most
  3. Something I wear again and again
  4. Mountains I want to climb
  5. Ideal car
  6. Places I've been swimming
  7. People I admire
  8. Foods I can cook
  9. Worst job ever
  10. Fantastic fruits
  11. Fun card game
  12. Farthest place I've traveled
  13. Beautiful beach I want to see
  14. Animated film I'd view again
  15. Chinese food I always order
  16. Favorite candy treats
  17. Favorite nursery rhyme or fairy tale
  18. Museum I'd visit
  19. TV channels I like
  20. What makes me laugh
  21. Olympic events I watch
  22. Concert or play I want tickets for
  23. Best Italian foods
  24. Finest Fast food
  25. Sports championship I watch
  26. Two cookies I enjoy
  27. Something I like about my hometown
  28. A wedding I remember
  29. Music my parents like
  30. Board game I would pick

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  • 5
    Icebreaker Thumbnail

    Posted by DEE012 on Jul 18th 2015

    I plan to use the product with students during the first 5 days of school to help everyone get to know each other and ease the tension of being afraid to read and speak out in class.

  • 5
    Cool icebreaker

    Posted by Fresh-a-licious! on May 22nd 2015

    We use this as an ice breaker for our new employee orientation classes. It's a great way to break up the awkward silence that accompanies the new classes. Highly recommended it to trainers.

  • 5
    Well worth the money

    Posted by zookeeper on Aug 29th 2014

    Delivery was quick. Product just as described. I will not hesitate to buy here again.

  • 5
    Fun and Energetic Icebreaker

    Posted by Lisa C. on Jun 20th 2014

    We use the Icebreaker Thumball on the first day of all our new classes and it's always a hit!

  • 5
    Thumball is Funball!

    Posted by The Principal on Aug 26th 2013

    We loved playing with the Icebreaker Thumball. It was fun and very motivational. I used it in teacher in-service because we had 3 new faculty members. We had fun, it allowed us a chance to get up out of our seats and PLAY!!! We learned a lot about each other we had never known. It was a wonderful experience. Thanks for creating this item!!

  • 5
    Great Icebreaker Activity!!

    Posted by J.R. on Mar 15th 2013

    Congruent with its name, this thumball provides an excellent icebreaker activity! Although it looks like a soccer ball, it is not inflated... rather it is filled with soft stuffing... you don't have to worry about it bouncing around or [really] hurting anyone!

  • 4
    Great for all ages!

    Posted by Steve on Feb 4th 2013

    I use this ball to start our new employee orienations and other trainings. It has been a great way to get people laughing and to know one another better. It is fun to hear some of the responses. Especially from our Executives! I would highly recommend this to spice up any training session!

  • 4
    Excellent Addition to Our Resources

    Posted by Facilitator Looking for New Toys on Jan 11th 2013

    We do so many team sessions and meetings, I was getting bored with the same old icebreaker exercises. I like how this combined the physical with the cerebral. Good fun and high energy!

  • 4
    Thanks for the help

    Posted by Loki on Jul 10th 2012

    I used it for Summer Orientation. Students were not talking to each other. This was my first ice breaker, and it made the students interact and the following ice breakers did feel like pulling teeth.