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Note: While this resource was originally designed as an in-person event, it has been updated to include instructions and suggestions on how to throw a Digital Prom online.

How do YOU prom? I PROMise you that this resource will not step on your toes but get everyone else’s feet in the room moving around! This interactive activity combines prom-related and get-to-know-you questions that will have your students saying, “Yes…I want to go to youth group!”

Use this resource to plan a digital prom or wait and play as a standalone 4-corners, all-play group game during any time of the year. For example, you can throw a “Thrift-Store Prom” event at any time of the year. We had the students break out their prom dresses and/or something from a thrift store and made a fun night out of it. This was one of those activities that we did to get everyone interacting with each other.

You'll find an instructional document including a supply list to throw a Thrift Store Prom, a clean Spotify playlist, and more pro-tips on how to use this game to make it a night to remember!

This Resource Includes:
• Instructional document (Word file)
• Additional instruction document for online use (Word file)
• “How do you Prom?” PowerPoint file
• Individual "How do you Prom?" slides (jpeg files)
• Title and background slides (jpeg files)

Note from the Author

The document is full of pro tips if you want to turn this game into a whole Prom-themed event.

How Do You Prom?

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Use this resource to plan an online prom or wait and play as a standalone 4-corners, all-play group game during any time of the year.
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