How Many Letters in Your Name? Icebreaker

by Eric Lau

Have each participant grab a partner or form small groups of 3 or 4.

Each group member is to count up the number of letters in their full name. (You might award a candy or small prize to the person with the longest name or shortest name or the one with an odd number of letters, etc.)

Then have each pair or group add up all their names' letters, hold hands, and jump that number of times. For example: John Thomas (10) + Suzanne Hillary Maxwell (21) = 31. So, the pair holds hands and jumps 31 times.

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