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77 items in Cell Phone Related

By DYM Team

Original versions of all 45 files that come included with Sidekick.

By Matthew McNutt

Celebrate 13 different strange holidays this winter using Instagram images and Instagram Story images! One per week for December, January, and February. It's a fun way to engage students and further online community!

By Isaac Leimeister

Hack the Instagram algorithm with a fun, engaging game that will make your students stop and look through your profile and stories.

By Derry Prenkert

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

By Chris Comstock

In this screen game, contestants will attempt to decipher the emojified code and name the correct movie title before the competitor.

By Ken McIntyre

As students see a series of emoticons, they must decipher the a New Testament Bible story being described.

By Brock Odell & John Lindsey

With this Instagram based game, your students will be challenged to encourage others using their personal social media pages.

By Ken McIntyre

Beach. Man and woman. Snake. Apple. Skull. Can you name the Old Testament story told by these emojis?

By Jonathan Owen

This fast-paced guessing game will have contestants competing to be the first to name the animated movie described by the handful of emojis on the screen.

By Jonathan Owen

Can you name this movie from the emoji clue given?

By Matt Baker

Can your students guess the celebrity by the emojis on the screen?!

By Brock Odell & John Lindsey

The genius of Apple + the magic of Christmas = the mystery of Christm(IOS) video-based game.

By Reid Powell

The third great sequel to the Snap Chat themed photographic memory screen game.

By DYM Team

Players must correctly guess the celebrity described by the series of clues. But they must guess wisely—wrong answers result in a spin of the Condiment-Filled Twinkie Roulette Wheel. (Also included!)

By Ken McIntyre

The screen game sequel to the VERY POPULAR Old Test-Emoji 1

By Derry Prenkert

A third installment of the (DYM Games) "Pixelate" game of blurry emojis.

By Jakob Kerlin

In this screen game, students will attempt to determine if the texts shown are real or fake messages sent by a dad.

By Alex Hall & Andrew Randolph

This is a super fun up-front game! It challenges participants to think quick using their emoji skills!