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242 items in Spring

By DYM Team

The television event and this guide can provide great opportunities to explore the meaning of Jesus’ passion

By Scott Stentz

Which is it? This game will be a blast with your students!

By Matt Baker

Screen game where students guess whether a phrase is a company's slogan or a verse from Proverbs?

By David Rutledge

Celebrate old times and your seniors with a screen-based trivia quiz about the year they were born. Eighteen years ago, the year was 2002.

By Bob Rinella

The message of Easter is often sugar-coated and meaningless. But Jesus death and resurrection is more than a neat story. Help your students experience it... with Him… in this station of the cross resource.

By Jeff Selph

A lightsaber-specific Star Wars trivia game that you'll want to keep on hand.

By Donated by the Author to the Allison Williams Scholarship & Jeff Selph

This Sidekick ' Survey Says' game will test your students' knowledge of women's history, or herstory, both real and imagined.

By Eric Upton

This screen game tests students’ knowledge in a “Who said it?” game between Lebron James and the author of the New Testament book of James.

By Jakob Kerlin

In this game, students compete to guess what popular song their teammates are singing. Except their teammates are gargling water to sound like lovable Chewbacca. Han Solo may have a bad feeling about a lot of things, but this game isn't one of them!

By Scott Nichols

Can you tell the difference between a Bible verse or a quote from Yoda? Tested your skills will be.

By Michael Wallace

Screen game where students have to guess the celebrity based on a picture of their mom!

By Ansley Higginbotham & Tim Wildsmith

CAN YOU SPEAK IRISH? is a hilarious multiple-choice screen game where participants try to correctly identify the meaning of common Irish phrases.

By Joshua Boldman

In this screen game, see if your students can tell which basketball is the real one. It's harder than you think!

By Derry Prenkert

A screen game with proof that moms and iMessage don’t mix well.

By Dan Istvanik

Famous Mothers is a screen game to see if your students can see the resemblance between these children and their famous moms!

By Kyle Creel

The most realistic themed escape room for teenagers: SCHOOL! Pop quiz puzzles, peer competition, and prizes...this resource has it all!

By Matt Baker

How much do your students know about things that are green? Take this trivia quiz and find out. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

By Matt Baker

Will your students be able to match an on-screen quote to the TV mom who said it? Play this DYM Games "Trivia" game and find out.