String A Bead Game

Kids love games! Games are fun! Games can be exciting! Games can be memorable! Using games to review Bible knowledge is always a great idea. Here is an idea I used recently for the first time. It was a big hit. It is called “String-A-Bead”. Kids have 2 choices of bead colors to put on…

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Bible Books – Bean Bag Toss

Introduce this Bean Bag Toss activity for a fun repetition in learning the books of the Bible. This may be used for Old or New Testament books. It may also be adapted to the 12 sons of Jacob, the judges or the 12 apostles. It is a great activity to use when children get fidgety…

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Prejudice (Jonah, Good Samaritan)

This is an application about resolving differences and dealing with people who are different from you. For children, it can be applied to cliques and rejecting children who are different which can sometimes lead to bullying. As children get older, this can be applied to prejudice. Even little children learn that God makes us better…

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Tower of Babel Match Game

The classic “Match Game” is an all time winner for kids! This is always an engaging way to review Bible stories. The basic idea of the Match Game is to have two sets of matching images or words. All cards are placed on a flat surface with the images or words facing down. Each child…

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Sword Drill

Children love to compete!  When I was a child, I loved racing to see how fast everyone in Bible class could find a Bible scripture. This activity was called a Sword Drill. The first one to find the scripture got to read it. The thrill of the race was exciting for me. I was almost…

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