It's time for your group to make some guesses! Pick one person to be the ""Guesser,"" and bring them up front! For each question displayed on the screen (e.g., How many steps are in the Statue of Liberty?), the ""Guesser"" will give their answer. Then, everyone else will decide if they think the ""Guesser"" is over or under the correct answer! They can vote with thumbs up or down, move left or right to vote, or write their answers on a paper. Play it to see who gets the most right, or eliminate people as they get it wrong. You could also play it with several people up front, and whoever is closest to the actual answer gets the point.
And what if they actually give the right answer? What if they actually know 5% of humans are born with an extra rib? Then it's like they made the Impossible Shot! It also should trigger some questions on how in the world they knew!
This Resource Includes:
- Complete PowerPoint game file
- Sidekick 'Presenter' game file
- Individual (10 Q&A + instructions + tiebreaker) game slides (jpeg files)
- Title slide (jpeg file)