By Ken Leslie

Can you decipher the pixelated image? Is it a mandolin, a Delorean, or the Mandalorian?

By Isaac Leimeister

This Jumanji-like year of 2020 is perfect for a crazy video-driven game about nothing and everything at the same time.

By Danny Graham

The sequel to Drive-In Movie Mania is here! Grab your popcorn and let's see what's playing at the Drive-In!  This game (available in PowerPoint & Sidekick 'Presenter') features 15 rounds of fun. Whether you're in-person or in Zoom, this game will be perfect. 

By Danny Graham

The sequel is here!!! Everyone knows Santa's trusty spy...the Elf on the Shelf, but there are so many lesser-known Claus spies out there. In this fun Christmas-themed game (Sidekick and PowerPoint versions), players try to identify the correct spying-for-Claus combo. No prep! Have fun!!!

By Evan Liewer

The game that started it all, now in Christmas Colors! Play this Sidekick 'Photo Fury' game of Poser with the characters from the Birth of Christ.

By Derry Prenkert

In this screen-based game, students debate and determine whether they agree or disagree with a strong opinion on Christmas, aka, a “Hot Take.”

By Matt Moseley

In this video-based screen game, participants attempt to be the first to solve the Christmas-themed puzzle, as the scrambled words are revealed one letter at a time!

By Danny Graham

We all know Santa has his class spy...Elf on the Shelf, but there are alternatives out there. In this fun, Christmas-themed game (Sidekick and PowerPoint versions), players try to guess the correct name of the spying-for-Santa combo. Good. No prep. Have fun.  Let's play!

By Matt Adams

In this Sidekick 'Photo Fury' game, everyone stands, a statement about Christmas pops up on the screen and anyone who has done what appears sits on down.

By Matt Ray

In this Sidekick 'Trivia' game, students attempt to guess which Nick said each quote.

By James Howard

In this Sidekick 'Emoji Hunt' game, contestants must guess the name of the Christmas songs based on the emojis shown on the screen. The emojis may be something simple, like the title itself, or a little more difficult.

By Jeff Selph

This Sidekick 'Boxes' game gives your students a chance to get up and debate their fellow students over which Christmas movie is the best of all time. The catch is that they don't get to pick their movie. Sidekick will pick it for them.

By Matt Ray

In this trivia screen game, students will compete in 10 rounds trying to guess the best selling Christmas gifts from the past 10 years.

By Adam Van Arsdale

Turn any respectable Friends-giving celebration into a Foes-giving as individuals or teams compete to discover the top answers given to all things Thanksgiving-related in this Sidekick 'Survey Says' game.

By Matt Moseley

In this video-based screen game, participants attempt to be the first to solve the puzzle related to Thanksgiving, as the scrambled words are revealed one letter at a time!

By Matt Baker

In this Sidekick 'Wheel of Destiny' game designed for online (Zoom) meetings, students compete to be the first person to find the Christmas item in their home and bring it back to display on-screen.

By Kendall Yeaton

A Sidekick 'Trivia' game with 16 questions to test your students' knowledge of deer!

By Matt Baker

Thanksgiving dinner wouldn't be the same without stuffing! In this Sidekick 'Pixelate' game, students attempt to identify whether a pixelated image is a picture of stuffing or another food item.