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Doug's note: Clever, fun, and sure to create great memories.

This Sidekick 'Boxes' game is designed to be used in an online youth ministry context. Use this game over Zoom or another 'live' platform.

Explain to your students that it is a dress-up game using only items in their homes. Spin the Boxes generator. When it stops on a 'dress up' item, students will have one minute to do their best to create that outfit. There are 20 rounds preloaded into the Sidekick file. Be creative and add your own.

This is a fast-paced and very creative game where students use their imaginations. Another fun part of the game is seeing what your students come up with.

Have some leaders be the judges and give out points or prizes to the winner(s) of each round.

This Resource Includes:
• Sidekick 'Boxes' game file
• Title slide (jpeg file)

Boxes Intro from Download Youth Ministry on Vimeo.

Note from the Author

Prepare leaders to be the judges of the best dressed.

Who Wore It Best? Game

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In this Sidekick 'Boxes' game, your students will have one-minute to dress up as the item on the screen. They will use your imaginations and only things from inside their homes. Ideal for online ministry and a 'live' platform like Zoom!
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Matt has been in Youth Ministry for over 12 years and has loved every minute of it. Recently, he became the Connections Pastor at Hope City Church in Edmonton Alberta. Matt has been married to his wife Candace for 16 years and together they have 2 incredible boys. Discipleship and mentoring are two of Matt's absolute passions and he's honored to be an Author with DYM and helping Youth Workers across the globe WIN!

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