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In this screen game, students will put their knowledge of weight to the test by guessing how many of each thing/animal it takes to equal the weight of a larger thing/animal. (Ex: How many Hot Wheels equal the weight of 1 Ford Mustang?)


Have you ever wondered how many mice it takes to equal the weight of one elephant? Or how many little bear-shaped bottles of honey it takes to equal the weight of one Grizzly Bear? So have we!!! This screen game is all about trying to figure out how many of each thing/animals equal the weight of another much larger thing/animal. It's a ton of fun (get it, TON of fun?!). Your students will love trying to guess crazy things like: how many cheeseburgers equal the weight of a cow... and other hilarious equations.

GAME-PLAY OPTIONS: All Play: Bring a student/leader up on stage to guess the weight. Then the audience can walk to one side of the room or the other if they think the answer is greater or less than what the person chose. Eliminate the side of the room that is wrong, until you are left with one winner still standing. Up-Front: Bring one student up front to answer or have students tweet in answers from their seats. It's unlikely anyone will know the exact answers (unless he or she is cheating!), so closest to the actual number, without going over (Price is Right rules) is the winner.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (10 Q&A + instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

Alex Hall


Andrew Randolph