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A student is presented with a divisive Christmassy subject, and they secretly write their opinion on it from 1 to 100. Then, the audience has to guess their number. The closest guess wins. It's sure to get your kids arguing and laughing.


Christmas is a special time for friends and family. It's also a time of strong opinions. Real trees vs. fake ones. Colored lights vs. white lights. Christmas music can be played year-round vs. Christmas music before Thanksgiving is a sin against God. 

Everyone likes to share their opinion. Now, we've made it into a game that is sure to get your group laughing, arguing, and then hugging it out in the spirit of Christmas. 

Select a contestant to come up to the front. They will be shown a subject that can oftentimes be divisive. They then have to write down their opinion based on a scale of 1 to 100. A 1 means they absolutely hate it. A 100 means it's their favorite thing in the world.

Once they've locked in their number, it's the audience's turn to see if they can guess their number. The closest guess wins!

This is a great game for audience participation, just be prepared for some serious arguments. Hot chocolate seems to help soothe hurt feelings!

This Resource Includes:

  • Complete PowerPoint game file
  • Individual (15 rounds + instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
  • Timer video (mp4 file)
  • Title slide and video (jpeg & mp4 file)


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About this Product
"We have included a timer for the person who is choosing their number. It's not essential to the game but can help to move the person along. Also, it gives the audience some time to argue amongst themselves. The game works best when the person running the game allows people (if not themselves) a chance to share their passionate opinion. It'll be sure to get your crowd involved. "
jonathan Owen

jonathan Owen

Children & Middle School Pastor from Birmingham, AL. 1 wife. 4 kids. 2 hamsters. 0 Oscars.