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14 items in March Madness

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 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 DYM Team

Everybody get up, it’s time to slam now. ‘Jam Time’ is a fast-paced screen-based mixer game where every student in the room must pick different teammates each round to stay in the game.

By Cooper Miller

Students vote for cereals throughout the month of March, and one will be victorious.

By Danny Howard

Students are given a trivia fact and they must decide if it pertains to the NCAA College Basketball Tournament or the National Marching Band Competition.

By Nick Clason

March is here, and so are countless brackets. Student Ministry isn't immune to the fever! Jump in and get started today!

By Adam Kuntz

Play this screen game to celebrate something that you wouldn't normally celebrate! Test your students' marshmallow knowledge with these 10 trivia questions!

By Tim Wildsmith

CROWD CHARADES is a game where contestants must guess the answer as the ENTIRE audience acts out the onscreen clue silently. Basketball-themed clues in this edition!

By Clayton Chisum

Screen-based trivia game about basketball!

By Nick Clason

The UMBCAthletics Twitter account shocked the world with savage tweets. Can you tell which of these are real and which are fake?

By Louie Campbell

This resource will engage all your students and create a little competition and buzz during this time of year... and it has nothing to do with basketball.

By Ross Kilgore

Do you know where Clemson is located? How about Georgetown?

By Ken McIntyre

Let the March Madness begin… at youth group! Enjoyable for students with any level of basketball knowledge.

By Josh Griffin

Unless you