Test your students' Father's Day knowledge with this fun trivia screen game. Questions cover the history and other fun facts associated with Father's Day.
Upfront: bring 2-6 students to the front and give them dry erase boards (of pen and paper) and have them write their answers after each question. Have them reveal their answer. If they get it correct, they put 1,000 points (points are free, don’t limit it to 1) in the top corner.
Crowd 1: Have students stand up. Assign a motion and a sound to each answer (ie. A = Both hands over your head forming an A and shout “Aaaaaaaaaaaaaa”; B = Hands behind your back like a bee and make a ”Bzzzzz” sound; C = Fingers around your eyes like a pair of glasses and shout “I see you!”; D = Punch in the air and shout “Da Dahhhh”
Crowd 2: Assign each corner of the room a letter. Have them move to the corner they think is the right answer. If they get it wrong, have them sit down. (I typically use the first question as a practice round and let everyone stay in.)
This Resource Includes:
- Complete PowerPoint game file
- Individual (11 Q&A) game slides (jpeg files)
- Blank slide for customization (jpeg file)
- Title slide (jpeg file)