By Matt Baker

This Sidekick screen game focuses on trick-or-treating and especially, the costumes people wear. Can your students look at the pixelated images and correctly identify what the costumes are?

By Ken Leslie

QuickList is a fast-paced group game where students have to come up with words using the chosen letter.

By Derry Prenkert

A Christmas-themed qualifier shows up. If it's true for participants, they, put a finger up. First one to get 10 (long version) or 5 (short version) wins.

By Matt Baker

How much do your students know about things that are green? Take this trivia quiz and find out. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

By Matt Baker

Be the first person to say what you are thankful for based on the topic on the screen.

By Derry Prenkert & Donated by the Author to the Allison Williams Scholarship

A Sidekick "Pick Me" game. A qualifier shows up. If it's true for participants, they, put a finger up. First one to get 10 (long version) or 5 (short version) wins.

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 versions for Instagram, PowerPoint, Sidekick, and Zoom.

By Matt Adams

This Sidekick app game will help you find out what everyone is afraid of. If you are scared of what pops up then sit down.

By Ansley Higginbotham & Todd Pearage

Who Dis? is a really fun way to challenge your students to identify Bible characters by some of their biggest life events. The Sidekick file makes it easy to play over Zoom! It also includes an Instagram Story version.

By Derry Prenkert

A 10-round Sidekick Survey Says file; all family-focused.

By Nick Clason

Have a little fun with your students while you're in quarantine with this scavenger-hunt style game where an item is shown on screen and the first student to bring it back to the video chat, wins the round.

By Jeremy Nelson

Use the "Wheel Of Service" pre-made Sidekick file to encourage your students to move from CONSUMERS to DOERS!

By Matt Baker

We surveyed 100 people. In this Sidekick 'Survey Says' game, can your students guess the answers to these 'at home'-related questions?

By Jordan Floro

Quiz your students on whether or not these celebrities are related or not.

By Derry Prenkert

In this fun up-front game, participants are given a category and must try to name seven items inside that category in eleven seconds or less.

By Derry Prenkert

This Sidekick 'Photo Fury' game is Poser for your face, and emojis are your guide.

By Anthony Taylor

In this Sidekick 'Photo Fury' game, contestants define the word that appears on the screen with a classic dictionary definition and then a more “lit” definition of the word. You and your group will have a good laugh voting on who gives the best set of definitions. Fun in-person or online over Zoom!

By Geoff Cocanower

Christmas traditions, Christmas songs, and all things Christmas! Play this great Sidekick 'Survey Says' game!