89 items in Halloween

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Holiday or Seasonal / Fall / Halloween
89 items in Halloween

By Sabrina Hadro

A 3-week series (as well as a one-off option) on the different masks we wear that shroud our God-given identity.

By Kyle Martin

Get ready for the sugar rush of Halloween in this candy trivia screen game about everyone's favorite candies.

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 Jeff Bachman

In this screen game, students attempt to correctly guess the hand puppet from seeing hand shape combos.

By Jakob Kerlin

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

By Jenna Bush

A puzzle and scavenger hunt game. Students will team up to solve the puzzles and find the code to unlock the box.

By Josh Jenks

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

By Wes Wilson

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

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 Ken McIntyre

Just because you’re dead doesn’t mean you lose your sense of humor!

By Jonathan McKee

Screen game for finding how well your students know their Bibles. Scary Well?

By Ken Leslie

Zombies are all the rage! Take advantage of the outbreak to have an awesome outreach event!

By Ken McIntyre

A screen-based, Halloween-inspired, candy-flying game!

By Todd Pearage

Can you identify these candy bars without their wrappers?

By Jon Mahlstedt

This one-off message is perfect around Halloween or any time you want to encourage to students to stop pretending or faking what's going on inside of them, and to be real.

By DYM Team

Guess whose face is behind the mask...it might not be who you think!

By Wes Wilson

This is a screen-driven game where students match the correct fear to its phobia.

By Todd Pearage

This game is simple and delicious and tasty to the eyes