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This screen-based game challenges students to translate a series of emojis into a famous Christmas song. This easy-to-set-up, fun-to-play game can’t lose in your environment! Here’re our favorite ways to play:

Two contestants (or two teams) face off at the front of the room to see who can correctly guess the song first.

Everyone Plays
Show the question slide and the first person to come to the front of the room and guess the song first wins!

This Resource Includes:
This game includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (10 Q&A) game slides (jpeg files @ 1920 x 1080)
* Title slide (jpeg file)

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An Emoji Christmas

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In this screen game, students guess the famous Christmas song through emoji interpretation.
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Ken McIntyre

After serving for 10 years in a local church youth ministry setting in Calgary Alberta, I now serve as the Youth Ministries Director for Alberta and Northwest Territories for the PAOC. I'm passionate about helping youth pastors and their teams reach teenagers for Jesus in effective ways.

My wife and I were married in 2009 and together we have three fast-moving, never-quitting, fun-loving young girls named Emery, Willow, and Harper.

Things I love: Jesus, family, youth ministry, and fitness.

Things I like: Reading, shoes, and HGTV.

Things I hate: Crowds and wet socks.

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Easy Game, use with Middle School
This is a great, simple game in PPT for students. Somewhat easy so use with middle schoolers.
Good Game!
This was a good game to play around Christmas. Great team involvement and interaction. The only small negative was it seemed pretty easy. For example most of our teams ended up getting all of the answers right. I hate games that are easy and end in ties. At least if there isn't some clear tie-breaker.
Teenagers speak in emojis and this connects them to the Christmas Story
Scott Nichols2/9/2017
Teenagers speak through emojis and being able to tell the Christmas story through emojis connected with mine. They jumped up to be the first to answer which part of the story they were in.

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