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Students decide whether the resolution on the screen is one they could accomplish (NEW) or is one that there's no possible way they could keep (NAH).


This New Year's-themed game revolves around resolutions and is designed to be played as a 'mixer' online on Zoom or in-person with students seated.

This game is simple, a resolution appears on the screen and students must decide whether it is a resolution they could accomplish (New) or if it is one that they know they couldn't keep (Nah).  They make their choices by giving a thumbs up for New and a thumbs down for Nah.

The game host can ask one student that answered 'New' and a student that answered 'Nah' to share why they chose that way.

Most of the resolutions are silly and fun with a few somewhat serious ones thrown in the mix. There are 20 resolutions to choose from which gives you enough to spread this game out over two weeks as a segment in your program.

This Resource Includes: 

• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (20 rounds + instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
• Social Media graphics (jpegs)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

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