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This is a completely ridiculous game that is perfect for Thanksgiving or at an Ice Cream Party.

It's surprisingly difficult to tell the difference between ice cream and mashed potatoes when you zoom up close. Test your students eye for ice cream with a simple screen game that everyone can play.

You can play this game in a number of ways.
1) Group game - form groups and see if they can come up with the right answer together.
2)Up Front Game - Contestants guess on stage or even compete to hit a buzzer quickest in order to guess or my favorite...
3)Last Man Standing - Everyone stands up and votes their answer by raising one hand or the other, or moving to one side of the room or the other. If they answer wrong they are out and sit down.

If you want to really mix it up, you can throw in a few blind taste tests during the game for losers where they won't know what they are getting until they take a bite.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (13 Q&A) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title and Background slide (jpeg files)

Ice Cream or Mashed Potatoes

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In this screen game, test your students’ eyes for ice cream, seeing if they can tell the difference between the real thing or mashed potatoes.
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Ryan is from Bellevue, NE and has worked in student ministry since 2003. He and his wife have 5 children, 2 rats, a dog, and a bunny. He loves Jesus and middle schoolers. Ryan is also big Colorado Avalanche fan and enjoys playing guitar, media and web design, disc golf, gobstoppers, Haruki Murakami novels, Dr. Pepper, and a nice green lawn.

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