Now more than ever, there is a plethora of research that support the statement that says: “students learn when the affective filter is low”. This means that students learn better when teaching is more exciting and comforting. Much of academic and action research contradicts with rote teaching styles and textbook work and activities.
Incorporating fun classroom icebreakers, activities, and games into lessons is an effective way to motivate students and encourage them to develop creativity, concentration, attention, and imagination skills (Mei & Yu-jing, 2000).
These are six fun, easy and engaging games that you can use in JUST one-minute to break the ice or warm up your class.