I love ice-breakers, energizers, name games and team building games and I can come up with serious or funny ones, with or without movement, ones that include music or singing /acting and ones that require silence. I learned most of them during intercultural youth exchanges. They can be easily incorporated in the everyday life of a camp or training course, e.g.: at assemblies in the morning as a means of waking/shaking people up, or anytime during the day when a shift in the mood is needed, attention needs to be focused. Some can become part of the participants` training “vocabulary”, and know-how for other active trainers and youth workers.