In this simple but fun all-play movement game, students stand when a statement applies to them. Then, they find their matches (their same-sames), and they perform the action on the screen together.
Growth takes time, and students need to understand what it means to plant, so they don’t get frustrated in the process. (*This is a two-part mini-series on evangelism. Remember to check out Leaders Know How to Plant—Part 2.)
Liven up your crowd with Extreme Dot Race! A video you can use to create a fun, lighthearted moment in the early parts of your program that will help create the kind of welcoming, relaxed environment where students want to be.
Raising kids playing video games can be difficult to navigate at times. Regardless of how you feel about video games, if you have gamer kids, here are 3 important things you can do with them.