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Between preparing your teaching, wrangling up enough volunteers, and calculating how many pizzas you need to order – you’ve got enough to worry about!

What game you’re going to play tonight shouldn’t be one of them.

Because when it comes to games, we’ve got you covered with a fresh new screen game every Monday morning.

You can buy the games individually or get yourself a Youth Ministry GamePass and we’ll deliver your game to you inbox every week (plus you’ll save tons of money).

Looking for a quick way to get to know a LOT about your teens – make them choose between two things (and defend their choice). Quiet or Noisy? Chocolate or…

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We're putting your vocab skills to the test – you’ll have 20 seconds to come up with 
as many synonyms or antonyms 
for a word as you can.

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We've mixed up two puzzles together – you've got to figure out the compound word that describes that mix up!

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How many animals can you think of that are BIGGER BUT less deadly than a lion? What about an object that's BIGGER BUT weighs less than a basketball?

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Each round features a word/phrase with the vowels removed. All you have to do is figure out what the phrase is – but it's harder than you'd think!

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Can you rearrange the word given to figure its anagram? Sounds easy – but it's way harder than you think!

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It's gotten medieval in here! 6 sketch challenges will put your creativity to the test.

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This game has one simple rule: No tile can be used twice in the same round.

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We'll give you the two contenders – can you pick the winner based on the prompt?

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Have you ever thought of an invention that would save you time or make you rich? Here's your chance to share it!

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If we give you four words, can you figure out which one is misspelled?

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We'll give you a random fact that is not quite correct. Can you fix it by deciding if the correct answer is over or under?

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How good are you at remembering people and faces? We'll put that to the test in this game!

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Can you figure out the most popular answer in the group your playing with?

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We'll give you 15 letters and your job is simple: come up with as many words using those letters as you can.

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We're putting your math-minded students to the test. Can they built correct equations from a random bank of numbers?

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You've got 60 seconds to draw a randomly selected scene that you helped create.

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How well can you remember the items in these junk drawers? Yes, there is a test.

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Flex your poetic muscles by creating on-the-spot haikus using the random words we'll give you!

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With a clue in hand, can you sort through a box of 13 letters to create a 12-letter word?

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'Alleluia' is a combination of the words 'allelu' and 'yah' (meaning 'praise Yahweh'), in this yell-it-out game, we explore other (ridiculous) 'allelu' combos. Includes TWO volumes of Alleluwhat!

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We’ll give you two conditions, 
and you will have thirty seconds to write down
 as many objects that meet both conditions.

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We'll give you the letters, you solve the clue. The catch: only one letter from each column can be used. This might be our hardest game ever!

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Can you name the secret ingredient in these common food items?

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We’ll give you an 8-letter word with the letters rearranged alphabetically – all you have to do is figure out the word.

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Can you figure out what these Baby Boomer slang terms mean?

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Can you figure out what these Gen Z slang terms mean?

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If every player in the room is given the SAME clue, can you come up with a UNIQUE (and correct) answer?

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The game is simple - look at the picture and ask yourself, IS IT A FISH?!?

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The crowd has to memorize a sequence of animals and then repeat that sequence one animal at a time. Anyone who repeats the wrong animal is out.

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How much do you know about the biggest winners (and losers) in NFL history? You'll need to know more playoff records to win.

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A new spin on the classic "Two Truths and a Lie" – can you determine if the story they share is "Fact" or "Cap"?

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We give you the plot – in the form of a haiku – you name the movie.

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If we give you four words, can you figure out which one is misspelled?

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Can you tell if these words of wisdom come from the book of Proverbs or straight out of a fortune cookie?

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Player 1 names an item that matches the given clue. Player 2 repeats player 1's item and adds their own. Play continues back and forth until a player repeats the…

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Each round features a word/phrase with the vowels removed. All you have to do is figure out what the phrase is – but it's harder than you'd think!

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This is a Christmas edition of the quick-thinking partner game where YOU decide the answer – the fastest and loudest wins!

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Each round, you'll be given a Christmas song and a style or situation. The first person (or team) to successfully sing the song that style wins!

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Based on when these toys were “the hottest Christmas gift of the year”, which came first?

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Can you put three items in the right sequence? The order could be based on anything from the animal's average life span or the number of pages in the book.

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Find a partner. Yell the sound effect! Whomever yells first wins. Tie goes to the loudest!

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Unscramble the letters to form a palindrome that fits the clue! The answer could be a word or a phrase.

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Decide which topic ranks higher when you google the given keyword.

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Each round, you'll be given an animal to move like and an animal to sound like. The first person to successfully mashup the two animal wins!

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The crowd sings the song using the words "doo-doo". The guessers guess. Winner stays, loser gets replaced!!

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Test your knowledge of animal groups in this game! You'll be given a clue and all you have to do it fill in the blank!

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If we gave you a celebrity and an invention, would you be able to guess if that thing was invented before they were born? That's the unique challenge of this…

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This is a quick-thinking partner game where YOU decide the answer and the fastest and loudest wins!

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Can you memorize the puzzle pieces that make up these images? We'll show you the puzzle, and then let you figure out the missing puzzle piece.

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Each round, the answer has one syllable that has been replaced by a rhyming word. Use the given clue to figure out the answer.

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The rules are simple: Memorize the screen. Complete a verbal challenge. Answer a question about what you memorized. But the game is harder than it sounds!

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Answering age-old questions like: Which weighs more the Empire State Building or 108 million paper clips?

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In this interactive, on-your-feet small group game teams compete to spell out the word that matches the clue on the screen – using their bodies as the letter tiles (printable…

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Look at each pixelated image and try to guess what it is. The quicker you guess, the more points you get!

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Students are given facts that feature incorrect numbers – they simply have to determine if the correct number is OVER or UNDER the number they were given.

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It’s simple: we’ll show you two inventions, and all you have to do is decide which was invented first.

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Do the opposite of whatever the screen tells you to do. Be quick, but not too fast….One wrong move and you're out!

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'Alleluia' is a combination of the words 'allelu' and 'yah' (meaning 'praise Yahweh'), in this yell-it-out game, we explore other (ridiculous) 'allelu' combos.

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It's simple: Find a partner. Yell the sound effect. Whoever yells first wins. Ties are won by whoever yelled loudest.

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A lot of people have won Superbowls, Grammys, and basketball games – but you have to decide who has won the MOST.

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