Expressing how much you love someone using words can be hard, but especially hard for children. This icebreaker screen game challenges students to determine which Valentine's Day notes are real and which ones have been made up.
This Resource Includes:
- Complete PowerPoint game file
- Individual (10 Q&A + instructions + tiebreaker) game slides (jpeg files)
- Title slide (jpeg file)
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This icebreaker is best used as a crowd or stage game. As a crowd game, have students give a thumbs up if they think the Valentine's Day note is real or a thumbs down if they think it was made up. Students will then sit down when they get it wrong until the last person standing wins the game. As a stage game, have students go head-to-head. The best out of 10 questions (plus one tiebreaker) wins.
Hi! My name is Dan Gifford and I have been in student ministry for over 15 years. I love that DYM has created a space for me to share resources that I have created over the years with youth workers just like me. I hope you find my content helpful as you serve students and their families.