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Holiday or Seasonal / Summer / Father's Day
19 items in Father's Day

By Dan Istvanik

What are animal daddies are called? Do your students know the correct name for these furry and feathered fathers? Find out with this screen game.

By Dan Istvanik

Do your students know what dads in other countries and places are called? Find out with this screen game.

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 Tim Wildsmith

A two-week series on the Parable of the Lost Son from Luke 15 that focuses on how we are all like both sons in the story.

By Eric Stoner

In this screen game, participants look at eggs and try to guess from the two options presented, who the daddy is! This game will engage everyone and create some heated debate.

By Jonathan Owen

A fun elimination style screen game where students don't have to get the answer right, they just make sure they're not the most wrong.

By Michael Wallace

A 4-game screen game where students have to guess the celebrities based on pictures

By Dan Istvanik

In this screen game, test your students’ knowledge of famous dads and their kids.

By Anthony Taylor

In this screen game, students decide which bad dad joke is the worst.

By Nick Clason

This screen game will test your student's knowledge of the greatest June holiday, Father's Day!

By Michael Wallace

A screen game where students must guess the celebrity based on a picture of their dad!

By Michael Wallace

Screen game where students guess try to determine the “dad joke” based solely on the punch line.

By Dustin Slaton

WD40 is the spray with over 2000 magical uses! In this screen-based game, students guess which uses are from the official WD40 list, and which ones are not.

By Derry Prenkert

Screen game where students decide the crazy things dads have actually said.

By Jonathan McKee

A hilarious and heartwarming gameshow where kids are tested how well they know their dads!

By Jonathan McKee

A hilarious up-front game-show where three or four kids get their dads on the phone to participate in a live competition!

By Josh Griffin

A one-off message from Josh Griffin on the Prodigal Son…

By Colton Harker & Steve Spence

This time, it’s personal ... again.