In this interactive screen game, a disaster in the kitchen is a home run for your entire crowd. “Bad Chef” is an all-play crowd screen game that will put your students’ culinary skills to the test. This game is full of pictures, laughs, and CONSEQUENCES. That’s right. For every question that a student gets wrong, they must complete the consequence shown by the onscreen chef making for a wacky and hilarious game where memories will be made. We’ve celebrated the jocks enough…it's time to let some other students show off for a bit in “Bad Chef.”
This is an all-play crowd game where everyone is looking out for themselves and only themselves. Each round, a recipe with four different ingredients will be shown on the screen. Some of these ingredients are correct ingredients – meaning that they are ACTUALLY used to make the dish in real life. Other ingredients are fake – placed there to throw your students off. Your students will have to choose one ingredient each round by holding up a corresponding number (1 – 2 – 3 -4) fingers in the air. After everyone in the crowd has locked in their answer, the ‘fake ingredients’ will be revealed, along with a consequence that everyone who lost in that round must complete. This game is a great energizer to any program. It does not end with any form of a winner.
This Resource Includes:
- Gameplay instructions document (Word file)
- Complete PowerPoint game file
- Individual (10 rounds + instructions + consequences) game slides (jpeg files)
- Title slide (jpeg file)