In this video-based game, your students will be asked to count the number of times a specific Easter Egg falls from the top of the screen to the bottom of the screen. While the concept seems pretty simple, the game gets more and more complicated as you go!
Not only is this game a guaranteed win with your group, it's super flexible, so you can choose how you want to play:
• Play it as an upfront game. Bring up two or three students at a time and have all three write down their answers on a small whiteboard. Whoever gets the right answer stays. The others get replaced by new contestants.
• Play it as a higher-lower-equal game. Bring up one student to make the first guess. Then, have the rest of the room vote on whether they think the actual answer is higher than, lower than, or equal to the answer that the student on stage gave.
• Play it as a quiz. Print the included answer sheets and give one to each student. Then, remove the "answer" videos from your presentation. Show each of the "question" videos and have your students fill in their answers. After the last question, have a leader collect all the answer sheets and grade them so that you can reveal the winner at the end of the night.
And those are just a few suggestions. The possibilities are literally endless!
Plus, check out what youth leaders have said about other versions of "The Sky Is Falling":
• "Solid game and great switch up from the traditional screen games." - Ryan
• "Winner, give me another!" - Josh G.
• "This game is great!" - Carrie S.
This Resource Includes:
- Author video (mp4 file)
- Individual (10 Q&A) game videos (mp4 files)
- Looping title video (mp4 file)
- Title slide (jpeg file)
- Printable answer sheets (Word, jpeg & pdf files)
- Answer key (jpeg file)