This collection of 465 prompts will get students laughing, thinking, sharing, and getting to know each other. From the silly to the insightful, these questions work great as icebreakers, discussion prompts, time-killers, game ideas, and more. Here's a smattering of what you can expect: - What are your top three fast food restaurants? - What are your top three fears? - What are your top three cartoon characters? - What are your top three skills? - What are your top three names of God? While it might seem simple, these prompts can be effective, efficient ways to get inside the heads and hearts of your students. Think of these as gateway questions that can lead to deeper revelations of what's really going on with your students. Whether you're a paid professional or a volunteer, there's no better way to get to know your kids than to ask good questions, and there is no better question than 'What are your top three?'
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