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"Bird Bird" is a video-driven crowd elimination game. Bird Bird is on the at-tack and is destroying today’s fashion trends in a blaze of fire. Can your stu-dents survive Bird Bird’s attack? See if they are dressed for the occasion.

Gameplay Rules:
Each round, Bird Bird will destroy a common fashion trend. These trends can range anywhere from clothing brands, clothing colors, or even the items that commonly fill a student’s pocket. If Bird Bird destroys a fashion trend, then everyone in the crowd sporting that specific fashion trend is out for the remainder of the game. The goal is to survive Bird Bird’s attacks and be one of the few survivors.

Example Round:
 Bird Bird has the choice to destroy flip flops, Nike socks, or Jorts. If Bird Bird decides to destroy flip flops, then everyone in the crowd wearing flip flops must sit down.

This Resource Includes:
• Instructions document (Word file)
• Individual (10 Rounds + instructions jpeg) game video clips (mp4 files)
• Title slide (jpeg files)

Bird Bird

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Bird Bird is destroying today’s fashion trends in a blaze of fire. See if your students are dressed for the occasion.
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Brock Odell

Brock O'Dell is a middle school pastor based out of a local church in Louisville, KY. Brock and his co-author, John Lindsey, are passionate about raising up the next generation of kingdom workers AND resourcing other youth pastors with creative program elements who have a similar aim.

John Lindsey

Having worked in summer camp ministries for nine years and the private school system for three years, John is now in his fourth year as a full-time Creative Arts pastor at a local church in Louisville, Ky. Graphic design is one of his passions and enjoys creating resources that serve a specific purpose.

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