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219 items in Brain Games

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen-based brain game, students view a series of images and then guess the name, product, team, or show.

By Michael Wallace

A screen game where students guess which group name belongs to each collection of animals.

By Mike Miller

This video-based game displays 10 random items and students must decide whether the items will sink or swim.

By DYM Team

As originally seen on the More Than Dodgeball Show!

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen game participants use the pictures to put together the Biblical story or characters.

By David Rutledge

Take a break from dodgeball and give your students brain a workout in this classic screen game of unscrambling the letters to figure out the Bible word.

By Nate Viar

“You are the salt of the earth…” but how much do you know about everyone’s favorite food additive?

By Anthony Taylor & Donated by the Author to the Allison Williams Scholarship

Test your students' spelling skills as you play this fun screen game of spelling words backwards to make new words!

By David Rutledge

350 random trivia questions you can use for any event, game or situation.

By Tim Veenstra

Put your students’ survival knowledge to the test in this very creative, hyper-competitive game that will get kids talking.

By Josh Griffin

Fun game for youth group!

By Ken McIntyre

Which came first: Playstation or Xbox? Coke or Pepsi? A classic chicken-or-the-egg scenario played out over several different categories!

By Matthew Eyler

In this screen game, students are challenged to solve 10 Rebus puzzles before their peers.

By Jakob Kerlin

A simple screen game to get students thinking about what makes them feel afraid, in a fun, interactive way.

By Brock Odell & John Lindsey

Maze Craze is a chaotic video-style game that will force your students to be on the move, yelling, thinking, and laughing.

By Jason Pogue

Sequels are always better than the original. How can you go wrong?

By Derry Prenkert

A PowerPoint-based screen game where you find the missing word to link two phrases together.

By Aaron Helman

A PowerPoint-based screen game where students attempt to estimate the actual number of pieces in iconic LEGO construction sets.