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724 items in Pop Culture

By Travis Garza

Celebrity Fun Facts will test your students' knowledge about their favorite celebrities and maybe tell them more than they ever knew.

By Heather McNutt & Matthew McNutt

A fun collection of hilarious and weird photos that kids can compete to come up with the best caption! Includes versions for Instagram, PowerPoint, Sidekick, and Zoom.

By Allison Williams

Reality cooking shows are all the rage with students. Capitalize on the trend with this Sidekick 'Pixelate' baking game!

By Todd Pearage

A fun, multiple-choice trivia screen game about famous rivals throughout history.

By Ben Read

Students today have it easy when it comes to texting. Could they have survived in the T9 days?

By Matt Adams

This is the sequel to the fun and engaging screen game that tests students' knowledge of celebrities' real names.

By Derry Prenkert

Time for your students to decide who or what is the greatest of all time, in this Sidekick 'Presenter' game. Whether they vote with your head or heart, they should be prepared to defend their answers.

By Nick Clason

College sports teams have some goofy catchphrases. Can your students identify which catchphrase goes with which university? Test their college team spirit in this Sidekick 'Trivia' game.

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen game, you'll test the Hashtag knowledge of your students and have some great laughs along the way.

By Nathan Karas

This bundle contains five Target Practice games where players compete for points by shooting a moving target that is projected on screen!

By Jon Mahlstedt & Matt Baker

Before You Were Born is a fun upfront screen game where students are given an event from the past and they have to decide if it happened before or after they were born.

By David Rutledge

Mixtape? Think musical reverse charades. The group hums the song together to get someone to guess it.

By David Rutledge

The classic, crowd-involvement icebreaker is back with the best Superhero questions!

By Danny Long

We all love music from the 80s! Test your students' knowledge with this Sidekick 'Trivia' game that will be loved by both students and leaders.

By Jeff Selph & Sarah Selph

This resource will you connect with your students using social media while you are unable to meet in person. It includes an interactive lesson intended for live-streaming, as well as a game and daily devotions for your social media stories.

By DYM Team & Sam Pettersen

A digital escape room perfect for Zoom or any other video chat platform that will engage your students in solving puzzles, discovering clues, and working through challenges to move

By DYM Team

Just in time for Tay Tay's new album release, this new game will have even the most die-hard Swifties second-guessing themselves. Are the phrases displayed on-screen lyrics from Taylor's new album "Folklore" or are they predicting the apocalypse? Find out!

By Alex Hall & Andrew Randolph

A super fun, new take on a scavenger hunt, as participants try to find pictures on their phones that match emojis seen on the screen.