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This is a fast paced brain-buster game that will get your students (especially seniors) blurting out answers as fast as they can after rolling a die! You will need to have a large die or perhaps get a die app on your phone or iPad. You will choose two students to come on stage. Read the slide and then roll the die. Whatever number it lands on, one student has to blurt out as fast as they can the answers that correspond to the number rolled. Give students 15-seconds to come up with the answer. Then alternate between students. Student with the most correct wins!

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (11 Questions + instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

Note from the Author

• Purchase a huge die from Amazon. • Don't give students a lot of time. The funniest answers come under pressure. 15-seconds is great! • If students can't come up with an answer because there might not be a solution, you can choose to have them roll the die again or have them deal with the consequence that they rolled that number. • Have someone with internet access looking up answers to verify responses. • Choose two seniors if possible.

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I was born and raised in Tampa, FL. First generation Cuban American. Jesus saved me at 17 while I was on a mission trip. I went to Trinity College of Florida and started doing Youth Ministry at 19. I am the Youth Pastor at epikos Church in Milwaukee, WI! I am married, have a dog named Grace, and a dope beard.

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