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Going back to school can be boring and not cool...spice it up with this game by using punishments as incentives.

While starting back to school may not be the most exciting thing on most student’s minds, there are (as we all know) great benefits to regular schooling. Even though we do not want to admit or embrace it, education has come a long way over the last 100 years.

In this game, students will compete in a multiple-choice trivia game that will test their knowledge of the education system in America. Sounds boring? Well, let’s kick it up a notch. Instead of prizes for the winners, give punishments for those that do not answer correctly! You can get creative with the punishments, use the ones provided, make up punishments of your own, or reuse just a couple of the punishments. Either way, it will be fun!


    • Complete PowerPoint Game File
    • Individual game slides – 10 Q&A (jpeg files)
    • Game instructions (Word file)
    • Title slide (jpeg file)

Back to School Blues (Punishment Edition)

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retail: $4.00
A fun and crazy screen-driven game that includes school trivia and silly punishments.
retail: $4.00
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Richard Fleck

As a 17 year youth ministry pastor and leader, Richard Fleck's ministry experiences have included leadership at four youth ministries, several foreign mission trips, and work with media and communications. Richard has a Master of Divinity degree from Candler School of Theology, in which he concentrated on Formation and Witness. Richard attended Mercer University where he graduated with a degree in Christianity and a minor in Information Technology. He also served a three-year tenure as principal at a K-12 Christian school.

He is married to Tiffini and has seven-year-old triplet girls affectionately called the Fleckletts. Richard and Tiffini are in the process of adopting and expanding their family.

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