One vs Many
Answering age-old questions like: Which weighs more the Empire State Building or 108 million paper clips?
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You would NEVER think to compare what is being compared, but it’s so good. It keeps even the people not playing that round involved in conversation.
You can never guess what might be the right answer. Cannot wait to play this one with the teens.
I see a new icebreaker in my future. This is a great way to get the kids moving and thinking. I would make my kids get up and move to the side that they think weighs more.
Such a good game! Never seen questions like these, they’re very clever. You really do start picturing what 532 billion Skittles might look like. Plus it’s beautifully designed!
I am always looking for a simple quick but fun way to start a youth service. This is just that. Love the humor that’s involved. And even better its plug and play. No extra materials needed so great for ministries on a budget like ours!
Its always nice to tie in humor with the youth, this game does a great job of that also works to show anticipation isn’t alway right.
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