Two Truths and a Lie

Give everyone a small piece of paper and tell them they will have a couple minutes to write three statements about themselves. Two of the statements should be true, and the other one should be “stretching the truth,” meaning that it should be believable, but not true. When everyone has finished, each person should get a turn to read his or her three statements out loud. When each person is done reading their statements, ask the rest of the group to raise their hands to guess which statement wasn’t true. If possible, have a facilitator share their statements first to model the activity.