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260 items in Fall

By DYM Team

Celebrate thirteen different strange holidays this fall using Instagram images and Instagram Story images! One per week for September, October, and November. A fun way to engage students and further online community!

By Jeff Selph & Matt Baker

In this two-week series, teach your students where their allegiances should lie and who the real opposition is.

By Derry Prenkert

In this fun up-front screen-based game, participants are given a school-themed category and must try to name seven items fitting that category in eleven seconds or less.

By Aaron McMillian

Scupltionary is a fun twist on the classic game of Pictionary. Instead of drawing a word and having teams guess, this game uses Play-Doh with smaller teams to sculpt the clue!

By Jeff Selph

Do you think your students know beards? Test their knowledge in this Sidekick 'Trivia' game, perfect for No Shave November or any other time of the year you'd like to appreciate beards.

By Allison Williams

Speaking at a school club? Need a devo for a last-minute school chapel gig? These 15 minute messages are ready to go!

By Josh Jenks

A one-off message helping students understand what to do when they do what they don't want to do.

By Bobby Cooley

A fun video-based game where contestants guess if someone gets hit in the face, falls on their booty or turns out awesome.

By Matt Brumfield

Lumberjack Night is a bundle of sappy goodness which includes three games, event and social media graphics, and an overview document.

By Matt Moseley

In this video-based screen game, participants attempt to be the first to solve the Thanksgiving-related phrase, as it's revealed one letter at a time!

By John Cleveland

A 100% clean and 100% funny screen game that challenges students to decide if Martin Luther said a displayed insult or if someone else said it.

By Wes Wilson

Be very afraid! Another sequel screen game where students match the phobia name to its correct fear.

By Jakob Kerlin

In this screen game, see if your students can guess the unintentionally scary thing that is hidden behind the "Scary Door" in the image.

By Danny Howard

How well do your students know Labor Day? In this Labor Day trivia screen game, they will decide whether the statements displayed are fact or fiction.

By Frank Gil

Help students face their coulrophobia (fear of clowns) while they guess if the pixelated clown shown is glad or sad. This game can be played as an up-front game or an all-play.

By Martin Leathers

In Movember Madness, students cast their votes on Instagram deciding which celebrities rocked their moustaches better!

By Ronald Long

"Not Bitter But Better" is a one-off message to help your students think about how they can turn their thoughts about themselves into thoughts about being thankful.

By Brock Odell & John Lindsey

Food poisoning is on the loose in this creative and interactive participation screen game.