By Jonathan McKee & Jordan Floro

Every student in the room will love this interactive video-driven game. It takes almost no prep on your end and involves every student with a smart phone!

By Matt Baker

In this Sidekick 'Pick Me' game, students compete to produce the best drawing. Works great in a season of online ministry with a platform like Zoom!

By Jeff Selph

In this Sidekick 'Wheel of Destiny' game, you can pit your students against each other in games of speed. The first one to complete the selected task wins!

By Matt Baker

Your students have all kinds of stuff in their homes. Who will be the first one to go, find the item on the screen, and bring it back before anyone else? A great Sidekick game for Zoom!

By DYM Team

A new Sidekick 'Pick Me' game for socially distanced students secluded in their homes, ideal for online ministry with an interactive platform like Zoom! A qualifier shows up. If it's true for participants, they, put a finger up. The first one to get 10 wins.

By Ken McIntyre

Students must attempt to text the lyric to a love song without looking at their phone.

By Michael Jason Hall

This game brings energy and excitement to say bye to your students on a Zoom meeting. Students compete against one another like the popular Survivor TV show in immunity challenges in this elimination-style game!

By Heather McNutt & Matthew McNutt

A fun collection of hilarious and weird photos that kids can compete to come up with the best caption! Includes two versions for Instagram and Zoom.

By Derry Prenkert

A Sidekick-driven trivia game great for Zoom or other online platform in this COVID-19 season where participants figure out what is happening behind the mask that someone (or something) is wearing.

By Casey Powell

In this fun and exciting Sidekick 'Pick Me' game designed for your next virtual student gathering, students must compete to be first to display the selected item on the screen.

By Jeremy Best & Matt Baker

This Sidekick 'Pick Me' game is perfect for use in online youth ministry on platforms such as Zoom and YouTube. Students must attempt to correctly spell long words.

By Matt Baker

Students must decide if they would do something ‘IF THEY HAD TO’ due to these isolating times. Would you “eat only mustard sandwiches” or “reuse the same square of TP multiple times”? A great game over Zoom!

By Nathan Karas

A Sidekick 'Pick Me' game where students compete in a word-changing elimination style game! It can easily be played with your group online.

By Isaac Leimeister

In this Sidekick 'Pick Me' game, your students will laugh their way out of your online meeting. Eliminate students based on the included quarantine-themed quips.

By Colton Harker

In this classic "Sit Down If" screen-driven game, students will sit down when they confess what they've been up to since the quarantine began.

By Anthony Taylor

No TALENT required! Throw this great Sidekick-driven event with students over a Zoom call and laugh the night away as students perform impromptu talents chosen from seven silly categories!

By DYM Team

Do You Want To Move To A Tropical Paradise Where There's Literally No One For 1000 Miles? is a multiple-choice screen game that will challenge your students' desires to get outta' Dodge and prepare them for a solitary life of peaceful island living! Nothing says social distancing quite like French Polynesia!

By Matt Baker

Your students are home from school, so see how smart they really are. Use this Sidekick 'Trivia' quiz and see how much they actually know in your next Zoom meeting!