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Note This resource INCLUDES SOME files that require Sidekick: a Mac/PC presentation app that allows you to create beautiful, interactive elements for your weekly programs in minutes!

It also includes files that allow you to use the resource without Sidekick (like PowerPoint files, images, etc.), but for the best possible result, we recommend using Sidekick!

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A Sidekick game that works great over Zoom!

In this screen game, students compete by making Coronavirus Quarantine-themed lists… yup, that’s really the game! Each round has a category and the challenge is to make the longest list of things that fit within each category. There are two versions of gameplay.

Face-Off Version: Pick two, three, or four participants (really you can use as many as you want), or divide the group into teams and appoint a spokesperson for each team. Let Sidekick 'Photo Fury' land on the category (example: Things that Have Been Cancelled). One by one, students/teams name an item that fits in that category. If something is repeated or someone gets stumped, they are out for that round. The last person standing wins the round.

Rapid Fire: Divide the larger group into smaller teams or pull up "contestants." Let Photo Fury select your category, and give 30-seconds for each team to make the longest list possible (pro-tip: have them write them on a paper they can hold up to the screen at the end of the round). After the time is up, have them count up the number of items on their lists. Scoring can be determined by simply having teams tally one point for every item listed or one point per round to the team/contestant with the longest list.

You could also play a Scattegories or Boggle-style version with Rapid Fire where you get points for anything you listed that nobody else did.

This is a great game to get students thinking and talking.

This Resource Includes:
• Sidekick 'Photo Fury' game file
• Sidekick 'Countdown' file (for Rapid Fire use)
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (10 rounds + instructions + background) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

Photofury Intro from Download Youth Ministry on Vimeo.

Note from the Author

It's best to play this game where all answers need to fit inside the current reality we are living in. For example, under the category, "Things to With Your Family that Don't Include a Screen," going to a basketball game or an amusement park should not be included.

List Battle Quarantine Edition

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What better way to pass time in quarantine than making lists on your next online game time? In this screen game, students compete by making Coronavirus quarantine-themed lists. A great Sidekick game over Zoom!
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What is Sidekick?

Sidekick is a Mac/PC presentation app that allows you to create beautiful, interactive elements for your weekly programs...in minutes! Helping you execute your vision in fun and fresh ways without carrying the full burden of creativity and execution on your own. Freeing you up to spend more time where it matters most: with the people you serve.

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Derry Prenkert

I've been fortunate to serve the first 20+ years in youth ministry! I'm in My Third Decade (check out my podcast on the DYM Podcast Network!) where I currently serve as the Student Ministry Leader at a church in Louisville, KY. Over that time I have been able to craft a plethora of experiences and resources that help students and parents in their spiritual journey, and I love that DYM has provided me the opportunity to share them with you. My wife Janelle and I have four amazing children ages 10 and under. I love the Cubs, the Colts, comic books, podcasts, and going to Disney World.

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