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What is Santa’s Slay?
Santa’s slashing through the naughty list with some gnarly licks in this video-based crowd game. The goal of this game is to avoid Santa’s death metal destruction and survive to live another day and sing another Christmas carol.

Gameplay Rules:
Each round, three different poses will be revealed on screen. The poses are labeled with either JINGLE – BELL – or ROCK. Your students must choose a pose and hope that Santa doesn’t slay through the pose that they chose. If Santa slays their pose, every student that chose that pose is out and must sit down. You can play as many (or as few) rounds as you like. Whoever is running production for your programming has complete control over which poses Santa will destroy. You can either whittle down the group to one singular winner or, after a certain amount of rounds, declare that all of the survivors have won.

This Resource Includes:
• Gameplay instructions (Word file)
• Six video clips for an infinite amount use (mp4 files)
• Instructional slide (jpeg file)

Santa's Slay Game

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Santa’s slashing through the naughty list with some gnarly licks in this video-based crowd game!
retail: $10.00
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Regular Price: $10.00

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Brock Odell

Brock O'Dell is a middle school pastor based out of a local church in Louisville, KY. Brock and his co-author, John Lindsey, are passionate about raising up the next generation of kingdom workers AND resourcing other youth pastors with creative program elements who have a similar aim.

John Lindsey

Having worked in summer camp ministries for nine years and the private school system for three years, John is now in his fourth year as a full-time Creative Arts pastor at a local church in Louisville, Ky. Graphic design is one of his passions and enjoys creating resources that serve a specific purpose.

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