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Superhero Icebreaker Activity

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There’s nothing quite like super powers to get the conversation going. Take a moment ahead of time and write each of these questions on the board or print them out on a sheet of paper. Instruct the students that they will be answering the questions and designing their own super hero logo. Give them a pool of shared art supplies and blank paper to get started on their logo. After five minutes, go around the room inviting each student to share their logo and answers to the questions.

  • What typical super power would you most like to have?
  • What typical superpower would you least like to have?
  • What is a superpower you have never heard of a fictional superhero having that you would like to have?
  • What would you call yourself with this atypical superpower?

Betsy has worked with students for over 26 years and has served at Cornerstone Church in Caledonia, MI for nineteen of those years. Currently, Betsy is the Director of Family Ministry while still holding the high school ministry hat. Betsy also teaches women’s ministry at Grace Bible College as an adjunct professor. Betsy has been married for 29 years with a son in college and daughter in high school. In her free time, she enjoys reading, laughing with her family, and date nights!

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