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Trends come and go and sometimes, come back again! This screen-based game takes a look at some of the craziest trends the last few decades have given us and students get to decide if they should be brought back. This is a great game to get kids out of their seat and laughing, with no set-up or supplies necessary. Here's how the game was created to be played: - A past trend is shown on the screen (example: a fanny pack). - If students want to 'bring back' the trend, they move to the left side of the room. - If students don't want to 'bring back' the trend, they move to the right side of the room. Playing the game this way results in no 'winners' or 'losers' and instead, just gets the whole audience involved.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete (editable) PowerPoint game file
• Individual (10 Rounds + instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

Fanny Pack Bring Back

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Trends come and go and sometimes, come back again! This screen-based game takes a look at some of the craziest trends the last few decades have given us and students get to decide if they should be brought back.
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Ken McIntyre

After serving for 10 years in a local church youth ministry setting in Calgary Alberta, I now serve as the Youth Ministries Director for Alberta and Northwest Territories for the PAOC. I'm passionate about helping youth pastors and their teams reach teenagers for Jesus in effective ways.

My wife and I were married in 2009 and together we have three fast-moving, never-quitting, fun-loving young girls named Emery, Willow, and Harper.

Things I love: Jesus, family, youth ministry, and fitness.

Things I like: Reading, shoes, and HGTV.

Things I hate: Crowds and wet socks.

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