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This game is inspired by the famous board game, Pictionary.

With many youth groups planning to meet in-person, this game will be a great icebreaker.

The title is a play on the phrase ‘social distancing.’. However, "six-feet" (or two-meters) does not apply to the distance between teammates or competitors.

For this game, six feet is the length of the pole in which a marker is fastened to and used to draw the required picture.

Players compete by trying to draw very simple objects with a marker attached to a 6-foot pole.

Laughter and fun will be had by all by who participate in this fun game.

This Resource Includes:
• Gameplay instructions (Word file)
• Title image (jpeg file)
• Supply list lnks (Word Doc)
• Graphics for social media

Note from the Author

Intentionally pick students to play (at first) that are outgoing, and who you know will have fun with this concept.

Six Foot Artist Battle

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Can your students draw? Can they draw using a marker attached to a six-foot pole? Let's find out!!!
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Currently, I am one of the Campus Pastors at Hope City Church in Edmonton, Alberta. I love what I get to do and that I get to do it with my wife and 2 boys.

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