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Here is a great screen game to test the most retro students and the most hip adults!

Get a team of students and a team of adults (or one of each) and see if they can name the popular item from the other person’s generation. The students must name popular things from the 80’s and 90’s, while the adults must name things from today’s student culture. It’s a great game to get adult leaders involved, or to play at a parent night!

This resource includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Gameplay instructions (Word file)
• Individual (12 Q&As for students, 12 Q&A for adults) game slides for easy integration (jpeg files)

For more fun games, check out Ken’s other resources

Generation Gap

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Get your adult leaders competing against your students in this screen game.
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Ken is the Assistant Pastor at Stony Creek Church in Utica, Michigan. He and his wife have been married since 2002 and have 2 boys and live in the metro Detroit area of Michigan.

You don't get 15 years experience in youth ministry without getting stuck at amusement parks, loosing kids at rest stops, dealing with frustrated parents, but most of all, seeing life-change.

The resources Ken produces are some of the big winners born out of active ministry. His passion is for good Biblical teaching and fun, inventive games.

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Reviews

Fantastic!
Joshua10/18/2017
A great way to have students and leaders interact and laugh at each other!
Great fun for students AND leaders.
Tim W.4/27/2017
This is a great game to get students and leaders involved! It was a close game, but our leaders came through with the win!

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