Break The Ice: IceBreaker Games by Nicholas Stratigopoulos

[MobilePRwire] – Physical & health education teacher and educational technologist, Nicholas Stratigopoulos today introduces IceBreaker Games, his fifth app developed for Android devices. IceBreaker Games includes games and activities designed to “break the ice” and “warm up” groups of children and adults of all ages!

IceBreaker Games provides an environment that is conducive to the way children and adults interact together and form into teams. The application includes tools that are valuable for leaders, educators, facilitators, coaches, animators, activity specialists, camp counselors, and day-camp employees – basically, any individual or group with the goal of helping members to get to know one another:

Categorized Lessons:
The games and activities in the application are categorized according to by activity level and by equipment used: low activity, medium-high activity, no equipment, 1 type of equipment, 2 types of equipment, and 3 types of equipment. Each game and activity includes a description of the activity level, equipment, rules of play, variations and progressions, and explanatory diagrams.

Growing Database of Games:
There are currently more than 100 games and activities included with the IceBreaker Games application. The developers welcome submissions to the application’s database – so don’t hesitate to share!

Built-In Timer:
Want to keep track of your icebreaker games without switching application? IceBreaker Games includes a standard built-in timer with the capability of starting the countdown, ending it, and resetting the timer altogether. Useful tool to ensure that lessons are running on schedule and on time.

Device Requirements:
* Supports 3370 devices
* Requires Android 3.0 and up
* 13 MB

Pricing and Availability:
IceBreaker Games 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide through Google Play in the Education category.

Nicholas Stratigopoulos is a physical and health education teacher based out of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He is a graduate from McGill University’s physical and health education program and a master’s candidate in Concordia University’s educational technology program. Copyright (C) 2013 Nicholas Stratigopoulos. All Rights Reserved.

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