Ice Breaker Bingo

Summary: An Ice Breaker Game played like Bingo by getting other players signatures.

Ages: From 14 and up

Number of Players:
Between 10 and 30

1) One Bingo sheet per player.

2) A pen or pencil for each player.

Set Up:
Either print a Blank Bingo Sheet and make up your own fun, humorous or unique questions to put in the squares...

OR... You can let me do the work for you!

I have created Ice Breaker Bingo sheets that already have the questions filled in the boxes. You will receive 10 sheets, each one having the same questions, but in different boxes. This makes it harder for two people to win at the same time. All this work done for you, at the cost of $0.99. Use the link below to receive your game sheets immediately.

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The boxes in the game you can purchase are filled in with these questions:

Find Someone Who ...

  • Has lived in a foreign country for over six months
  • Has owned a motorcycle
  • Someone with the same favorite fruit as you
  • Whose favorite season is winter
  • Has lived on both sides of the country
  • Has more than three siblings
  • Likes to eat anchovies on a pizza
  • Has watched every Star Trek movie
  • Likes to water ski
  • Someone who speaks more than one foreign language
  • Born the same month
  • Has seen the play "Wicked"
  • Someone whose favorite color is purple
  • Has a vegetable garden
  • Has the same taste in music
  • Has been in the same room when someone passed away
  • Has driven a car with one foot hanging out the driver's window
  • Has picked a bucket of berries
  • Someone that prefers Pepsi to Coke
  • Has been to an amusement park this year
  • Loves the sport of baseball
  • Has left Christmas lights up past Easter
  • Has ever fallen asleep on the beach
  • Has swallowed anything still living

How to Play:
Pass out pens and one bingo card to each player. Everyone then goes around the room and finds some one to sign a square in which the signer can truthfully answer that question. Each person you talk to may only sign your sheet once. Once Bingo has been called, everyone sits in a cicle. To make sure the guests get to know each other even better, you can ask each player to explain one of the facts they signed for someone.

When a player successfully obtains 5 signatures in a row on the Bingo game sheet, whether obtained horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, they shout “BINGO!” This player wins the game.

If you have enough players, you could play "Black Out Bingo" where every square would need a different signature before the game ends.

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