Examples of group activities for K-12 education include Categories and Two Truths and a Lie. The game Categories involves announcing a category, such as favorite color, and allowing students to arrange themselves according to where they fit in that category,
The game Two Truths and a Lie involves telling three statements and having students discern which two are true. This game is useful for subjects such as science and history.
Group activities help students enhance their social skills or talk about specific ideas, and they can be useful to pass time, teach leadership skills or foster communication. Group activities come in various genres include entertaining games, knowledge challenges and problem-solving opportunities. Examples of themed group activities include environmental learning, peace education and trust-building activities.