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56 items in Zoom Youth Group Games

By DYM Team

Volume 3 is another 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 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 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 Anthony Taylor

This is a great game to move your group into deeper community, greater empathy while having some laughs along the way. The questions range throughout SURFACE level to SERIOUS to SPIRITUAL depth.

By Matt Baker

Can your students guess the celebrity by the emojis on the screen?!

By Matt Baker

This Sidekick 'Pick Me' game is simple and designed for your online meeting. Students compete to be the first person to complete the task displayed on the screen.

By Derry Prenkert

Back for another round! A Sidekick-driven trivia game where participants figure out what is happening behind the mask that someone (or something) is wearing. A great game during this season of online ministry!

By DYM Team

In this screen-based game, your students will have a ton of fun trying to recreate these famous artworks on their own. Creativity is encouraged! This game is ready for your next Zoom meeting or throughout the week engagement over Instagram.

By Danny Graham

In this Sidekick 'Presenter' game, your students will have fun by guessing movie titles based on the images shown on the Drive-In screen. Also includes PowerPoint and individual slides as alternative display options. You'll love it!

By Matt Baker

In this Sidekick 'Pick Me' game, students compete to produce the best drawing.

By Derry Prenkert

In this Sidekick 'Presenter' game, students must remember all of the quarantine-themed items shown on the screen in 12-seconds.

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!

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 Jonathan Owen

A fun word guessing game played over Zoom where everyone works together to win. Volumes 1-3 included!

By Anthony Taylor

Show and Tell Online pairs Sidekick and Zoom to get students sharing memories, stories, and parts of their lives with the whole group!

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 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.