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Do your students go trick-or-treating? The answer is very likely that they do or have in the past. But which candy or chocolate bar is the best?

Halloween is just around the corner and with that comes trick-or-treating. Some people love to go out door-to-door while some prefer to stay home and hand out candy to those who come to their door. But with so many different types of chocolate bars, candy, costume choices, which are the best?

This is a great screen-based mixer game that allows students to choose between two items based on which one they personally think is best. Even if there are students who don't go trick-or-treating, they can still have fun and participate based on what they see on the screen. This game is something familiar that can help a first- or second-time visitor to your youth ministry feel welcomed and comfortable.

Play as a 'this or that' style mixer game, or have your audience pair up and discuss their answers.

This Resource Includes:
• Complete PowerPoint game file
• Individual (10 rounds + instructions) game slides (jpeg files)
• Title slide (jpeg file)

What's Best: Trick-Or-Treat Edition

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Play this screen-based mixer game where students choose the item that they think is best when it comes to trick-or-treating.
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Regular Price: $4.00

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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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