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760 items in Pop Culture

By Frank DiRenzo

Get ready to get your students engaged and laughing with some hilarious TikTok videos. In this game, students will watch viral TikTok videos and guess which ones have more views!

By Bobby Fleck

2020 was a difficult year. Some would even call it a dumpster fire. In this screen game, your students will look back and answer trivia questions about wins during a difficult year.

By Ken Leslie

2020 has been a year like no other! Time to act it out in this "Crowd Charades"-style game.

By Frank Gil

We have taken well-known animated movie lyrics and switched out one letter from each word of that song. Participants guess the song lyric correctly to win.

By Matt Baker

Among Us has become super popular. But, how much do your students actually know about the game?

By Jesse Duckett

This resource includes everything you could need to run a large scale version of the widely popular mobile game. It can be customized to the exact size of your group and played indoors or out. Hunting and being hunted has never been so fun.

By Stephen Law

In this screen game, participants compete to correctly name the classic Christmas Carol whose title has been jumbled by synonyms, similarities, and humor!

By Danny Howard

In this fun game, the music plays and stops just before the missing Christmas lyric, which players must attempt to finish correctly.

By Jeff Bachman

In this second edition of the popular screen game, participants must guess whether the movie plot descriptions are those of real holiday films or fake ones, otherwise known as Nah Liday Films!

By Eric Gargus

Are these gifts for real (no cap) or fake (cap)? Pop culture and some of gifting's oddest oddities collide in this fun and easy-to-use Christmas screen game.

By Ken Leslie

Can you decipher the pixelated image? Is it a mandolin, a Delorean, or the Mandalorian?

By Allison Hanrahan

Screen game to guess whether the given phrase is one from the book of Psalms or from a pop song.

By Danny Graham

The sequel to Drive-In Movie Mania is here! Grab your popcorn and let's see what's playing at the Drive-In!  This game (available in PowerPoint & Sidekick 'Presenter') features 15 rounds of fun. Whether you're in-person or in Zoom, this game will be perfect. 

By Matt Brumfield

Volume 3 of Christmas Rap Battle brings new beats and new Christmas songs for the biggest rap battle of the Christmas season.

By Danny Graham

We all know Santa has his class spy...Elf on the Shelf, but there are alternatives out there. In this fun, Christmas-themed game (Sidekick and PowerPoint versions), players try to guess the correct name of the spying-for-Santa combo. Good. No prep. Have fun.  Let's play!

By Matthew McNutt

This is an in-person, socially distant / no-contact "Mafia style" game, playable inside or outside, based on the "Among Us" app/game"!

By James Howard

In this Sidekick 'Emoji Hunt' game, contestants must guess the name of the Christmas songs based on the emojis shown on the screen. The emojis may be something simple, like the title itself, or a little more difficult.

By Matt Ray

In this Sidekick 'Trivia' game, students attempt to guess which Nick said each quote.