Fun presentation games ideas for adults and children

Presentation games are a wonderful way to start when we are in front of a group, be it children, adolescents, or adults who do not know each other, or who even know their names but want to know a little more about each person.

You could adapt many group dynamics or group presentation games depending on your audience, for example, if they are children, you will have to incorporate fun things, perhaps, where they have to run or paint. If they are adults, you could apply the same to make them boys or suddenly you should think about doing something more elaborate.

Regardless of your audience, you can use introduction games that will allow you to get to know each other a little better, build trust and have a good time so that you have your audience available for what follows.

Also keep in mind that now that virtuality is more fashionable, you can also work on many virtual presentation games that you can implement from the computer and achieve the same goal: for a group of people to get to know each other.

Below you can explore some ideas of introduction games that you can use for this purpose: break the ice and get to know each other!

Some presentation games for children

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Find fun presentation games for children, easy to put into practice and also hilarious!

Find your match

It’s perfect for pairing kids up when they don’t know each other, so everyone has an excuse to walk up to other people and start talking.

Recommended age: 7 years and up

It is required: Have in advance sheets of paper with names of people or recognized characters written on it but that these are a couple.

For example: a superhero (Batman and Robin), a president (Barack Obama and Michell Obama), a character from a TV show (Mickey Mouse and Minnie), etc.

Dynamic:

  1. The moderator will stick a piece of paper with one of the written characters on each child’s back and tell the child who their character is.
  2. When all the children have been assigned a character, the signal will be given for them to walk through a space without their back being seen, choose another child and ask questions that will only have a “yes” or “no” as a possible answer. . This is similar to the game “Guess who”
  3. With the questions and answers, each child must try to guess the character and find her partner.
  4. The game ends when each participant is with their respective partner.
    In this fun game, children will feel more confident with others, possibly they will have already talked with everyone and recognized features of the other and will even be able to identify affinities.

Get to know you

game ball

This is a very suitable game to play when you have a group of children who do not know each other.

Recommended age: 4 years and up
Required: a ball

Dynamic:

  1. The children (and adults) form a circle.
  2. When an adult starts a game, they throw a ball to someone in the circle and ask a question, for example: “What is your name?”, “Do you have any brothers or sisters?”, “What do you like to eat?” , etc.
  3. The person who catches the ball must answer the question, then throw the ball and ask their own question.
  4. The game works best if you let it move very quickly, so you may need to intervene to stimulate very young children.

Fun design

colors

For older children, this is a creative and fun icebreaker.

Recommended age: 7 years and up

Required: sheets, colors, markers, scissors, colbón, magazines, etc.

Dynamic

  1. The moderator must have previously printed sheets with a frame where the children will express their creativity and capture things about themselves.
  2. Each child receives a sheet, marks it with their name and has colors and markers and other materials available for them to design and make their creation, capturing their interests, the place where they live, what they like, if they have pets, etc.
  3. After 20 minutes, each child will present his creation to the rest of the group and tell his classmates what he captured in it.
  4. At the end, each child’s creations will be displayed in a place in the room so that others can appreciate and remember them better.

Group Submission Game Ideas for Adults

adults game

At the school and business level, there will be many spaces for meetings, talks, training and more where we will meet many people whom we do not know and a group presentation dynamic is very good to gain confidence, have fun for a while and learn. of others.

Here are some ideas for group presentation dynamics that you can put into practice:

Two truths and a lie game

fun game

This group introduction game is very popular because in addition to being easy and fun, it achieves the goal of revealing information about other people that will help us identify them later and build trust.

Recommended age: 7 years and up
Required: willingness

Dynamic:

  1. People stand in a circle, sitting or standing, and start with a round where each one says three things about himself, but one of them is not true. The participants should try not to be too obvious with their sentences so that their lie is not immediately detected. For example, if the participant says: I have climbed Everest, it is possible that his lie will be detected immediately, different from saying, I lived in the United States for a year (the latter would be a more credible lie, and more difficult to guess).
  2. The other people will try to guess what the participant’s lie is and there may be some surprises there.

Alphabetical presentation

Alphabetical presentation game

Recommended age: 7 years and up
Required: pencil and paper

Dynamic:

  1. The moderator divides the group into subgroups of four people
  2. Each person chooses a letter of the alphabet and has five minutes to write all the adjectives that begin with that letter and that describe their personality. For example, if she chooses the letter R, he can write: responsible, respectful, smiling, etc.
  3. After five minutes, each member of the subgroup tells the other classmates the adjectives that describe him and thus makes himself known a little to the others.
  4. It is okay for multiple participants to use the same letter of the alphabet.

As you may have noticed, the presentation games that we describe to you are very simple, easy and fun, but you will find many more of them.

So go ahead and look for the ones that best suit your audience and help you get to know each other and break the ice so that they are available for the following activities.

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