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Games / History / US History
47 items in US History

By Bob Rinella

Students just love their own lingo! But what about their parents' or their grandparents' slang? Test your group's knowledge of terminology from the '20s with this classic 'This or That' game.

By Nick Clason

In volume two of this screen-based game, students guess if the quotes are from Proverbs or Martin Luther King Jr.

By Frank Gil

Florida is known for its crazy news stories. In this game your students have to guess whether the news headline is fake or a real Florida news headline.

By Tim Wildsmith

A fun and challenging multiple choice trivia screen game about U.S. Presidents that's perfect around 4th of July or any other American holiday. This game tests your students' knowledge and get your whole crowd engaged!

By Jeff Selph

Test your students' eyes for real and fake news again with this slide-driven game.

By Christopher Frakes

You choose!

By Richard Fleck

In this screen game, test your students knowledge of these two presidential giants.

By Richard Fleck

Get your dance on this Independence Day and celebrate American dance moves!

By Justin Knowles

We all love Thanksgiving, but do you know the basic everyday facts about the Holiday? Use the Sidekick App to quiz your students on Turkey Day Trivia!

By Bob Rinella

Students just love their own lingo! But what about slang from decades long gone? Test their knowledge with this classic 'This or That' screen game.

By DYM Team

Guess the celebrity from the autograph!

By Tim Wildsmith

Contestants guess the answer as the ENTIRE audience acts out the onscreen clue silently.

By Jeremy Best & Matt Baker

In this screen game, students attempt to correctly identify the altered shape of a state.

By Wes Wilson

Try to match the facts with the Abraham Lincoln or Abraham from the Bible.

By Nick Clason

For President's Day, use these graphics to create engaging and relevant Instagram stories on your youth group account.

By Brian Berry

A Powerpoint-based game where students see really dumb but real laws, and attempt to choose among several dumb options to guess the correct dumb law.

By Jordan Floro

In this screen-driven trivia game, students will have to answer questions about what life was like Back in '99!

By Matt Baker

This screen game tests your students’ knowledge about the Pilgrims and the voyage on the Mayflower that brought them to North America.