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Funny Icebreaker Questions

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Fun Ways to Create Random Groups in the Classroom

Fun Ways to Create Random Groups in the Classroom: Use popsicle sticks with symmetrical colored shapes to match partners/small groups.

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from Scholastic Teachers

50 Fun Ways to Group Learners

This article has interesting ways for students to be grouped during learning activities. Students should have opportunities to think and work together with their peers when working on math problems and tasks. They should not always be grouped by ability grouping either. Scholastic provides 10 math based examples to group students such as one person has the problem and the other person has the solution.

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Find Someone Who... A great resource to use as an ice breaker; ideal for a new tutor group. This encourages students to get up and about communicating with others to extract information and find things in common, breaking the ice and begin bonding with one another! TES Teaching Resources

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