Great "get to know you" game. Everyone scoops a small dixie cup full of m’s. One at a time picked out a single m, and shared a thought that correlated with the color of the candy and the chart (ice breaker, not craft; large or small group)
Students are given a little package (or just a couple) MMs, skittles,etc. and they can choose which questions to answer/share with the group based on the candy color. I like doing in small groups and then sharing out one of thing about each person.
Ice breakers are fun activities to get students more acquainted with one another. They create a fun environment to help build relationships with new people. College students often have an icebreaker activity on the first day of class.
I brought in a big bag and held them up. I told them that each time they see or eat m&m’s they should think about these “m’s” Memorize the passage. Meditate on the passage. Master the passage. Meaning meditate until it changes you.
M&Ms Feelings Games- I've made two versions of the M&M Game, the first one focuses on general feelings and the second focuses on feeling Angry and calming down. You can either print a game board for the group to share or print mini boards so each person h
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The Great M & M Trials, I saw a post from a guy on that said that he organized "M&M mortal combats" championships, crushing them between his thumb and index finger, and mailed the winner to M&M for breeding purposes. The legend is true