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Summer / 4th of July
42 items in 4th of July

By Christopher Frakes

You choose!

By Anthony Taylor

A screen game where students decide which war the battle is from..Is it a Star Wars battle or a Revolutionary War battle!! May the Force be with you!

By Frank Gil

Sun's out, Buns out is a fun upfront screen game of true or false trivia about everyone’s favorite mystery meat product.

By Josh Jenks

A 3-week series designed to help students respond well to the authorities in their lives.

By Nick Clason

A classic youth ministry screen game with a 4th of July theme. An item will display on the screen, and the first student to bring it to the front, wins.

By David Rutledge

Celebrate the 4th of July with this classic screen-based icebreaker!

By Tim Wildsmith

A fun and challenging multiple choice trivia screen game about U.S. States that's perfect around 4th of July or any other American holiday.

By Richard Fleck

Get your dance on this Independence Day and celebrate American dance moves!

By Derry Prenkert

A game where students guess if a random holiday in July is real or not.

By Joshua Boldman

A screen-based game that tests your students’ knowledge of hamburgers and will make you hungry

By Jon McCallon

A crowd game of hot potato with a patriotic theme and Uncle Sam's wheel of colors choosing the winners and losers.

By Tim Wildsmith

Contestants guess the answer as the ENTIRE audience acts out the onscreen clue silently.

By DYM Team

Guess which historical U.S. campaign slogans are true or false for the win, in this screen-based game!

By Nick Clason

For President's Day, use these graphics to create engaging and relevant Instagram stories on your youth group account.

By Richard Fleck

In this screen game, test your students knowledge of these two presidential giants.

By Wes Wilson

Try to match the facts with the Abraham Lincoln or Abraham from the Bible.

By Michael Wallace

Screen game where students choose whether or not a major American event happened on the 4th of July.

By Lance King

This USA edition is a fun, decoding, slide-driven game in which students translate kind of phonetically-written patriotic phrases into regular English.