Where's the Ball? Quidditch Edition

Where's the Ball? Quidditch Edition

$6.00
GOLD members pay $3.90

In this screen game, see if your students can tell which Quaffle or Bludger is the real one. But watch out... It's harder than you think!


Details

Regardless of whether they even know what a QUAFFLE, BLUDGER, or SNITCH are, your students are going to LOVE this game! 

Here's how the game works:

In each round of WHERE’S THE BALL QUIDDITCH EDITION, you'll show your students a picture of some muggles playing everyone’s favorite magical game. In each picture, there are anywhere from two to eleven Quaffles or Bludgers on the screen, but the problem is that only one of them is actually real. The rest have been photoshopped in to look like they’re actually there, and your students need to figure out which one is the real one. Simple, right? Yeah... you'd be surprised. It's so much harder than it sounds!

And if you're still on the fence, check out what others have said about Where's the Ball after playing it with their students:
 
• "Our kids LOVE this series. It's so easy, so fun and the pics are incredible and sometimes hilarious." - Josh G.
• "Perfect plug and play game. Easy yet challenging! These are the best kind." - Isaac L.
• "Super clever... love this!" - Doug F.
• "My only concern for this game was that it'd be too easy for high schoolers. It actually wasn't as easy as I thought. Well done"      

This Resource Includes:

  • Individual (10 Q&A) game slides (jpg files) 
  • Title Slide (jpg file)
  • Complete PowerPoint game file 

Note from Author

About this Product
"You could easily use these as an upfront game, as a move around the room to vote game, or (for the super high-tech) you could even do a vote-by-text campaign. Tons of potential here! Plus, each round gets progressively more difficult, so it works perfectly as a crowd-based elimination game."
Josh Boldman

Josh Boldman

Josh is a Student Pastor in Illinois. He has a DYM Gold Membership that he uses all the time... he also has a gym membership that he has yet to actually use...