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Doug's note: GREAT game... fun, variety, some easy & some difficult. By the way, I don't love music.

Who doesn't love music? Have a little fun and make a game out of guessing song titles. In this Sidekick 'Presenter' game, students are given a song title that's made up entirely of synonyms and they have to guess the name of the original song. Included are 15 songs ranging from classics to popular songs in the last decade.

If you're playing over Zoom, you can have students text in their guesses. The first to come through with the correct song title wins the point. The real nemesis will be autocorrected which makes the game even more fun. This is a great game to play in gatherings as well. The final two songs are Christian songs...double the points for those.

This Resource Includes:
• Sidekick 'Presenter' game file
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (15 Q&A + instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

Note from the Author

If playing on Zoom, the first to text the correct answer wins that round. If you're playing in a gathering you can make it the first person to shout out the correct answer or play a head-to-head style onstage game.

Synonym Song Battle

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A Sidekick-driven game (also available in PowerPoint) that's great for any gathering and great for Zoom. Students will try to figure out the original song name based made-up titles using synonyms.
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