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Throw(WAY)back Thursday | Games
Throw(WAY)back Thursday Throw (Way) Back Thursday is a screen-based game that asks students to name the location of the Bible story shown in the throwback photos posted on the apostle Paul’s (imaginary) Instagram account. This game will get your students laughing while testing their Bible knowledge.
Weird World Records | Games
Weird World Records Longest fingernails? Heaviest burger? Largest collection of belly button lint? This screen-based game looks at the weirdest world records ever recorded! Students are shown a world record and have to decide if it’s true or false. Weird World Records is simple, fun, no set-up required, game to play with your students.
What the What? (Weird Laws) | Games
What the What? (Weird Laws) What the What is a screen-based game that makes you scratch your head and think “this can’t be a real law!” But it is! It says so on the internet. It might actually be illegal to play this game in Florida, check with local authorities before purchase.
Whose Hair Is It? | Games
Whose Hair Is It? Whose Hair Is It? is a screen-based game that challenges students to name the celebrity based only on his or her celebrity’s hair. To make this game a little easier, students are also shown a few letters of the celebrity’s name. We know, it’s a bit hair-brained, but we think your students will get a kick out of it.
YouTube Showdown | Games
YouTube Showdown Charlie Bit My Finger. David Goes to the Dentist. You’ve seen them… we’ve all seen them… but which has been viewed more? This high-quality, video-based, screen game will fit in your group any time of the year! Here’s how the game works: your students are shown two viral YouTube videos. Students have to decide which YouTube video has more hits. It’s simple to play and tons of fun! With viral videos, you know you’re students will love them—the whole of the internet world can’t be
29 Game Bundle | Games
29 Game Bundle The greatest game bundle in the history of game bundles! Get 29 BRAND NEW youth ministry screen games for just $49. A $99 value! You get ALL of the hilarious games listed above, ready to go. Your students will laugh out loud at New Test-Emoji. Their pop culture skills will be tested with Name the Craze. And 27 more? Unreal.
12 in 12 | Games
12 in 12 12 items will be displayed on the screen for 12-seconds. Students must study the items on the screen and try to remember as many as possible. The player or team that remembers the most items, wins the round. (At least I think that’s how it’s played…I don’t have a very good memory.)
Adele or King David: Volume 2 | Games
Adele or King David: Volume 2 There's too much angst in Adele's catalog to contain her to just one screen game. In Volume 2, we dive deeper into the Psalms of lament by the prodigious lyricist, King David, and the downer lyrics presented by pop sensation, Adele. Can be used as a springboard into discussing David, the Psalms, or to explore the concept of God’s people crying out to Him.
Will It Burn 6 Game Bundle | Games
Will It Burn Vol 1-3 Bundle Get all three sets of one of the hottest DYM video-based game Students will have 10 seconds to make up their minds— as the video counts down. You choose how they vote— perhaps by moving to one side of the room or the other, or simply by standing up or sitting down. This could also work as a great up-front game for a few contestants.
Dad Quotes | Games
Dad Quotes This screen game turns tweets that were shared on Twitter using #dadquotes or #dadvice for the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon into fill in the blank multiple choice trivia questions. It’s a great “team game” where groups face off against each other, or you could pull up a few contestants to face off.
Mom Texts | Games
Mom Texts In this screen game your students will see an actual text conversation between moms and their kids with a word or response missing, and three potential answers. Play it as an upfront game with several contestants, a team game, or just make a bit out of it to create some laughs (just remove the multiple choice slide). This game is a great lead in to a talk about family relationships, teaching on social media/cell phones, or use it in a parents meeting.
March Map-ness Game | Games
March Map-ness Game Looking for the perfect game for March Madness season? We've got you covered with March Map-ness! Test your teenagers knowledge of the geographical location of these top colleges and universities. Sure, you know where the University of Southern California is, but do you know where Georgetown or Marquette is located? Neither did we!
Chihuahua or Muffin | Games
Chihuahua or Muffin It is strangely eerie how similar a Chihuahua’s face and a muffin top look when blurry! See if your students can identify which is which. There are multiple ways to play this screen game, but the key to the game is speed. Use the included slides to see who can identify the correct answer first. There are also videos included that only show the image for a few brief seconds. Play head to head or have everyone shout out the answers. Give out some min-muffins for a prize to t
How Close is Too Close? | Games
How Close is Too Close? Teach your students to "leave room for the Holy Spirit" or to "step back and get some perspective" using this fun game. In this game, student will have to identify a movie from an extremely zoomed in image. All the images feature famous couples who are getting a little too close (for youth group). This would be a great game for Valentine's Day, or to go along with a teaching series on love, sex, p.d.a., boundaries, purity, dating, romance, camp rules, relationships, etc.