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There is nothing worse than seeing a plate of cookies in the distance, getting excited for a chocolate chip cookie encounter, only to realize they're oatmeal raisin. Are you kidding me? These impostors have been the cause for heartache and disappointment for years. Can your students tell the difference? This ridiculous game is great for lessons involving impostors, identity, sin, break ups, eschatology, and/or the end times...because raisins belong in hell.

A fun way to play this game is to bring up contestants and have them write down their answers, and whoever has the least amount right at the end must eat an entire cup full of raisins!

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint file
• 10 Question & Answer Slides
• Title Slide

Chocolate Chip Or Oatmeal Raisin?

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There is nothing worse than seeing a plate of cookies in the distance, getting excited for a chocolate chip cookie encounter, only to realize they're oatmeal raisin. Are you kidding me? These impostors have been the cause for heartache and disappointment for years. Can your students tell the difference? This ridiculous game is great for lessons involving impostors, identity, sin, break ups, eschatology, and/or the end times...because raisins belong in hell.
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