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A10-question Powerpoint trivia game plus 2 additional bonus questions about the greatest donuts on earth: the Krispy Kreme.

What’s included:
• Complete Powerpoint game file
• 12 Q & A slides (jpeg files)
• Title Slide (jpeg file)

Are you eyes glazed over by donuts? Do you have donuts coursing through your veins? Are you obsessed by donuts? If so, play this game and then present the donut-based message, Keep Your Eye on the Donut from the DYM store. You can find it here.

Krispy Kreme Trivia Quiz!

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A Powerpoint-based hot and ready trivia game about the greatest donuts on earth: the Krispy Kreme!
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Regular Price: $3.75

Special Price $2.81


Dan Istvanik

Dan Istvanik, is the Middle Years Pastor at Victory Church in Lancaster, PA. He is a youth ministry writer, speaker, mentor, and networker. His site "" providing 5th-9th grade ministry resources and ran-dumb fun. His side-kick in ministry & life is Melissa. They have 2 kids, Jenna & Kaleb.

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Good game, BUT has spelling and grammar mistakes
This is a great game, but the Jpegs included have some grammar and spelling mistakes, including the name Krispy Kreme being misspelled Krispie Kreme several times. Another example, question #1... On the question slide the correct answer b. 1937, is listed as c. 1937 on the answer slide. This is on both the jpeg and powerpoint. There are lots of other issues too. So the game is great but is far from plug and play ready.
Great Game
We loved this game. We went out and bought a dozen donuts for each question, went out into the audience, and if a student got it right, they got the dozen to share with friends. If they got it wrong, we gave the dozen to a random student on the other side of the room. It was a hit.

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