Say What You See

Say What You See

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In this screen game, students test the speed of their brains with this amazingly fun game. The gameplay is simple: two pictures are shown and all they have to do is figure out the word they describe.

Details

In this screen game, students test the speed of their brains with this amazingly fun game. The gameplay is simple: two pictures are shown and all they have to do is figure out the word they describe. It's a simple concept but a BLAST to play. Some clues are fast, some clues are more difficult, but either way, your students will have fun playing this game.

Ways to play this game:
All-Play: put the clue up and see who in the crowd can get the answer first. Have them just yell it out, or see who stands up first with the answer.
Up-Front: bring contestants up-front and have them compete to see who can get the answer first.  
Team: put your group into teams and have representatives come up to see who can answer first. Keep score to see what team wins. This works great as a grade vs. grade or guy vs. girl.

ADD MOVEMENT
Race to Object: have the groups be the same distance (10 feet) from an object like a ball. The first group to get the ball gets to answer.

Relay: if you have whiteboards or paper on the walls, you can have a representative from the group run up and write the words on the wall. The first group to the answer wins.

This Resource Includes:

  • Complete PowerPoint game file
  • Individual (20 rounds + Instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
  • Title slide (jpeg file)

 

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David Rutledge

Dave loves DYM and thinks about nothing other than his next DYM submission. After many years of working in the church in the states, he and his family now work in Africa.