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This screen game is as fun as it is simple. Participants are given the first letter and the last letter of a word. They must come up with a word, that has at least four letters, that has both the first and last letter displayed on the slide. For example, the first letter given is T and the last letter given is M, possible answers could be TeaM, or TraM, or TapeworM, or TranscendentalisM.

This game works great as a small group game or as an upfront game. Break your students into small groups and give them 30 seconds to come up with as many words as they can. Or bring two people up front and see who can find a word the fastest. Either way, you will see who can Think Quick.

This Resource Includes:

• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (20 rounds + instructions) game slides ([jpeg files)
• Title slide [jpeg file]

Think Quick

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Think Quick is a fun and fast screen game where participants must think of words that begin and end with two displayed letters.
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David Rutledge

Dave loves DYM and thinks about nothing other than his next DYM submission. Except for maybe God, his family, serving the church and a couple of other things. After 15+ years in YM in the states, he and his family of 6 serve in Swaziland (Southern Africa) through the missions organization TEAM.

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Had a line of students from opposing teams come up, and it was a face off to see who could come up with the word first. It was a blast. Super funny.
Fun Game, Five stars, Highly recommend, will use this one multiple times
This game was a great one for our setting. Loved the creative spin on word challenges with this one. We played this as a small group challenge with a 2 min timer instead of the prescribed 30sec as it added more thinking time and quantity of answers for our groups. This also allows us to play this game again in the near future as we only did 3 rounds (which was good enough for the service) and have lots left over.

Pro: Very creative idea, lots of rounds to use all in one night or can be used over mulitple weeks, works well as a game that all can participate as long as they are quick thinkers, easy setup and execution.

Con: Not really a "con" but you'll have to police your group if they are immature and will try and come up with "naughty words" just to be funny. Not an issue but if your one of those youth groups that has "that student" in it, they will try and be "creative". To avoid this problem I just announced a rule at the beginning "naughty words don't count"

Note: You'll probably have to have a Judge with google access on standby to verify if words submitted for points are actual words.

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