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128 Results for summer games

By DYM Team

If you’re looking for a fun summer activity that will become a yearly “we-have-to-do-this”, then look no further! Slip and Slide Steal the Bacon is a TON of fun for everyone involved and works as a stand-alone event, or as a part of “Rec”games at your summer camp!

By Derry Prenkert

A screen-based game where students see two summer-themed items and have to decide which stays around and which ceases to exist.

By Jordan Floro

Taco Night is a theme-based resource package that will help you pull off an incredible night for your students centered around one of God's greatest gifts: Tacos!

By Jordan Floro

This resource will help you pull off a Super Hero theme night! You'll get great graphics, two Sidekick games, and a Sidekick countdown to help you promote a fun super hero themed event.

By Ryan White

These 10 countdown videos are great for counting down to services starting or when used as a game timer.

By DYM Team

Challenge your students with this fun opening game for your ministry or use it as a way to incentivize bringing new friends!

By Matt Baker

Can your students draw? Can they draw using a marker attached to a six-foot pole? Let's find out!!!

By DYM Team

Fast food championship of the world! 4 different food games with video introductions

By DYM Team

Five fun active games that will WORK and be a total blast. Ranging from no set up to a full-scale use-this-at-your-summer-camp, this five-pack has what you need. Volume 2!

By Bobby Cooley

A fun video-based game where contestants guess if someone gets hit in the face, falls on their booty, or turns out awesome - summer edition!

By Matt Baker

How much do your students know about summer? Play this Sidekick 'Survey Says' game and find out.

By Nick Clason

The Olympics may not be happening this year, but we won’t let that stop us! Whether you’re in the quarantine of 2020 or you’re back to meeting in person like usual, you’ll be able to use this resource!

By Michael Scott

A highly detailed 10-week team competition concept to increase attendance and excitement in your ministry.

By Matt Baker

A full night event for your youth ministry involving students and pool noodles.

By Nick Clason

Just in time for National Ice Cream day, it's America's favorite summer treat! Real or Fake Ice Cream edition!

By Derry Prenkert

Students must remember all of the Summertime items shown on the screen in 12…11…10…

By David Rutledge

The classic icebreaker is back and ready for summer!

By Dana Miller

If your group enjoys playing mafia, they will absolutely love "The Kingdom." This game can be played anywhere and at any time. It is perfect for groups of 5 or groups of 50! Each player will get a Kingdom role with specific actions. The game is full of strategy, silliness, and fun storytelling by you (the narrator)!