Based on a foundation of sportsmanship and teamwork, these programs are perfect for:
- K-12 School Assemblies
- Math Olympics
- Black History Month
- Reading Awareness
- Social Studies Reinforcement
- Red Ribbon Week
- Field Days
- Family Nights
- Team Building for Sports and Clubs
The Unique Game Show can be customized based on your school's curriculum. Math, Science, English, Reading, Social Studies and History, Drug and Alcohol Awareness and Character Education are only a few subjects to which we can tailor the show. The most popular curriculum show, however, is built around the core subjects of history, science, English , and math.
Safe for kids
There is no running around a gymnasium or play yard. No messy activities, either. What we offer is lots of energy and excitement. However, UNIQUE knows how to create interest, focusing your students on the games at hand while holding their attention.
The Unique Game Show (K-12)
The entire assembly is divided into teams (red, yellow, blue and green.) The game begins with a curriculum based reading question; followed by a video question about pop culture trivia with large screen video projection and music enhancement.
Each round finishes with an audio bonus question. Teams can generate points not only by answering correctly, but also by demonstrating good sportsmanship and team spirit.
The team-building part of the game includes activities such as physical challenges and team karaoke. This program is a great way for your students to work together while reinforcing their studies.
Below is a testimonial written about the show:
I am writing this email message to you so that I can let you know what an awesome job DJ GT did at Ivy Drive School today!!!! We had so much fun playing the game show. He had great management and crowd control skills. He kept the game moving and involved the entire school throughout the assembly. The questions and activities were age appropriate and the few times that students didn't know the answer he gave them enough hints that they could answer the questions. You could feel the excitement in the air throughout the entire show. You would have thought he was giving away trips to Disney World instead of points.
What impressed me the most is that it is easy to see that DJ GT loves working with students. His comments were positive, the show was upbeat, and he demonstrated respect for the students throughout the show. Students felt good even when they were losing. He made the show more about the fun and less about the competition. A great example of respect for students was when the blue team could get 50 points if a Kindergarten student would dance. The student said, "no." DJ GT then suggested he dance with him. The student again said, "no." So without any putdowns, and without the blue team getting upset because he didn't dance, DJ GT just had the student throw the die, and the game continued. There were no repercussions, boos, or bad feelings from the blue team because the student wouldn't dance.
I just want you to know that this was one of the best assemblies we have had at our school in the ten years I have been principal here. The biggest reason for this is because of the incredible talent and interpersonal(emotional intelligence) skills of DJ GT. He made the show!
From our oldest teacher to our youngest kindergarten student everyone had a lot of fun! AWESOME JOB!!!! Just what we all needed on this windy, rainy, blustery March day!!!!
Rosie O'Brien Vojtek, Principal
Ivy Drive ES