Which country made these school lunches? For each round of this multiple-choice screen game, players will see a school lunch that was made in another country, and players must guess where that lunch was made. Try not to get envious of these international dishes.
Here's what gameplay could look like:
- Four Corners (All Play): All students can play. Label corners in your room with A-D and have students run to the answer they think is correct. If they get it wrong, they have to sit down.
- Most Points Wins: Have 2-4 players come up on stage. Keep track of their scores, and whoever has the most points after 10 rounds wins.
- Distance Dart Board: Have a world map set up. Give each student a dart. Instead of verbally telling you the correct answer, they have to throw a dart. The distance from your dart to the correct country gets added to your score. The person with the lowest score after 5-10 rounds wins (like golf).
This Resource Includes:
- Intro video (mp4 file)
- Complete PowerPoint game file
- Individual (10 Q&A) game slides (jpeg files)
- Title and instructions slides (jpeg files)