Thanks to Graham O'Connell, who revealed the secrets of his favourites bar, for this comprehensive set of links to all the ice breakers you are ever likely to need.
Here are a few options:
1. Big Dog's leadership exercises: www.nwlink.com/~donclark/leader/icebreak.htm
2. Starters for meetings and seminars: www.topten.org/content/tt.AU20.htm
3. Trainer name games: www.promptbox.co.uk
4. A few free icebreakers and more games to buy: www.gamesfortrainers.co.uk
5. Useful list of free icebreakers: www.RTTWorks.com
6. Just a few ideas, but clearly explained: www3.baylor.edu/~Charles_Kemp/ice_breakers.htm
7. Well laid out and explain clearly some icebreakers and how to run them.
8. A broad collection of issues relating to ice breaker exercise, including an explanation and checklist for what makes a good icebreaker, eve carries some energisers: http://www.johnsleigh.com.au/IBcheck.htm
9. Ten very good, novel icebreaker exercises: www.susan-boyd.com/tenways
10. Ideas and explanations of icebreakers and group development activities
* Read other members' suggestions for icebreakers here.