Choose a set of questions and answers. Write each question and answer on separate pieces of paper. Roll each one up and place it in separate balloons. Blow the balloons up. Have the group to walk around the room (could be to music) until you shout, “jump” then each person stands on a balloon to burst it and releases the statement inside. Everyone then picks a statement and then looks for the person with the answer to the question they have, or the question to the answer. This works great as an icebreaker, especially when working with larger groups.
Depending on the statements written this is a can be used for:
- getting people into pairs or
- opening up a range of learnings