Snag this free teambuilding bingo printable at the end of this post! An interactive getting-to-know-you bingo to really break the ice.
- Also known as people bingo or human scavenger hunt bingo, mix, mingle, and socialize with peers and colleagues
- Use for office meeting, school club or classroom teambuilding activity, or other group gathering
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How to Play Human Icebreaker Bingo for Teambuilding
- Writing Utensil like pen or pencil
- Free Teambuilding Icebreaker Bingo Printable
- Pass out teambuilding human bingo printable and writing utensils to participants.
- Decide how Bingo will be determined. This can be by getting 5 in a row (vertically, horizontally, or diagonally), blackout bingo filling up all squares of the card, 2 rows, or some other variation.
- When the game starts, individuals get up and interact with others, introducing themselves and asking questions to find someone who can sign off on one of the items on their bingo card. Each person should sign only one square per card, unless there are not enough participants to each sign a single square.
- The first person to get Bingo should indicate so by shouting, "Bingo!".
- (Optional) Have the winner share who signed which squares on their card.
Teambuilding Bingo Icebreaker Game
Content and/or features: This teambuilding bingo game contains a 5x5 grid with a free space in the center.
There are 24 getting-to-know-you teambuilding ice breaker questions that players can sign off on including:
- Give each other a jumping high five
- Find 3 things you have in common with another person
- Come up with a handshake with at least 3 moves
- Make the other person laugh without saying a word
- Engage in a staring contest for at least 15 seconds
- Choose a song and hum at least 2 lines in sync without practicing
- Describe your favorite animal by making its sound
- Write the other person’s name with your left and right hand
- Impersonate characters from your favorite movie
- Play numbers, Miss Mary Mack, or other clapping game
- Lead person from one end of the room with their eyes closed using only your voice
- Do the macarena or electric slide together
- Draw a picture of the one superpower you wish you had
- Get a group of four to do the wave
- Have 2 people make a chair with their arms for a third person to sit
- Act out your favorite holiday in charades
- Play two truths and a lie
- Come up with a list of how to say "Please" and "Thank You" in at least 5 different languages
- Do a show and tell with your favorite desk item
- List the ingredients of your favorite food for the other person to guess
- Come up with jingle to remember the other person’s full name
- Spend 15 seconds looking at person before turning around and drawing their face from memory
- Describe a country you want to visit without revealing the name of it
- Name only 3 objects in your favorite color for the other person to guess what it is
Color: This printable is completely in black and white. It is printer-friendly in grayscale.
Format and/or number of pages: This is a single-page 8.5 x 11 inch non-editable PDF.
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