M&M Sharing

A fun way to share candy and interesting facts about yourself

As people come into your group meeting pass a bag of M&Ms and ask them to take some. Be vague. Don't tell them how many or why. Simply ask them to take as many as they want and that everyone should take a least one. When everyone has chosen their M&Ms have them share as many facts about themselves as they have M&Ms. For example, it they took three M&Ms then they need to tell the group three things about themselves. If your group has been together for quite a while have them share things that most people don't know about them. (You may use a variation on the M&Ms, i.e. peanuts, toilet paper sections, etc.)

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