Ice breaker activities can be important for setting the mood, tone, and ground rules of a presentation or class. Below are some resources with various ideas for ice breakers that may be appropriate for prevention activities.
- Ideas from Ipas’ “Skills-Building Resource Pack on Gender and Reproductive Health for Adolescents and Youth Workers.” Ice breakers and energizer activities start on page 35.
- From the World Health Organization guide: “Transforming health systems: gender and rights in reproductive health: A training manual for health managers,” ice breakers start on page 478.
- From the UNFPA and World YWCA’s “Empowering Young Women to Lead Change,” ice breakers are on pages 5-14.
Also consider group building exercises and closing activities.