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This seemingly easy, surprisingly difficult video-based game will throw your students for a loop.

Students will see a video of colors flashing before them. When it stops, they have to say the color that is INSIDE the word. Our minds process the written word over the actual color that we see. SOOO FUN!

Have contestants face-off and go head-to-head facing the screen. Here are some ways I do this:

•First to scream it out (this is the best way with this game) •First to ring a buzzer app on a phone •First to slap the table •First to raise a hand

Make sure that whatever comes out of their mouth first is their answer. For example, "Bluuuue...no, RED!" is not accepted.

I like to give colored Jelly beans to the winner of each round.

A rainbow wig would be a hoot for the host of this game!

This Resource Includes:
• Title intro video (mp4 file)
• Individual (10 rounds + tiebreaker) video slides (mp4 files)
• Complete PowerPoint (static slides) game file
• Individual (10 rounds + instructions + tiebreaker) static game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

Note from the Author

If you have a colorful clown to host the game that would be awesome! Give winners and losers colored jelly beans (maybe Beanboozled for the loser?) Play the game quickly. The faster our minds are working, the slower and sillier our answers will be.

Name That Color

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This seemingly easy, surprisingly difficult video-based game will throw your students for a loop. Contestants see a video of colors flashing before them. When it stops, they have to say the color that is INSIDE the word.
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Anthony Taylor

I LOVE having fun!! Especially with my wife Elizabeth Taylor (heehee, you get the joke if your older), Sophia and Ma

Favorite Adventures: Miami Zoo, Children's Museum, Paddle boarding, Surfing, fishing, hanging with students and leaders.

Least Favorite things: Libraries, paperwork, and socially awkward situations.

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