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2 Truths and a Lie Idea List No. 2

More ideas to get you started with this popular ice breaker for adults.


Two Truths and a Lie is consistently at the top of the list of favorite ice breakers used by teachers of adults. Why? It's fast, easy, doesn't require a lot of preparation, and most importantly, it doesn't elicit groans from your participants.


Start with our printable game instructions: Two Truths and a Lie

We created a starter list of ideas to get you going: Two Truths and a Lie Idea List No. 1

And now we're adding more ideas. Each statement below begins with "I..."

Participants come up with their own truths and lies, or let them choose from our idea lists. Once you get the group started, they'll see how fun and easy it is to play. AND, you'll learn some very interesting things about the people in the room!

We have other fun games to use in the classroom for introductions, lesson plan warm ups, and energizers. Here are a few of the most popular:

Why use ice breakers and games in the classroom? There are lots of good reasons. We've listed five for you: 5 Reasons to Use Ice Breakers in the Classroom

1. Was an Olympic swimmer

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2. Have been stung by a jellyfish

See Jennifer Kennedy's Facts About Jellyfish

3. Have driven a monster truck

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4. Have been in a Hollywood movie

5. Can juggle seven oranges

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6. Won a pie-eating contest

7. Met Sonny and Cher

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8. Grow most of my own food

9. Drive a convertible

10. Can list U.S. state capitals alphabetically

Can you? My sister can! Find out how many you know: State Capitals of the 50 States

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