Tag: kids

In this group story-telling game, players take turns to continue the story one sentence at a time. But players must include a randomly drawn emoji in their sentence. Be prepared for many silly twists and turns as everyone tries to creatively weave in the various surprising emojis! Use this game to introduce a lesson about What is the Bible.
Using their sense of touch, players must guess what the mystery bag contains. Next, they must think of Bible stories or passages associated with that object. Kids can play this as a cooperative game, while youths and adults can turn it into a competition! A great game to challenge players to read the Bible regularly!
In this no-prep, no supplies memory game, everyone must think of items they can buy in a supermarket. Players then take turns to recite the line, “I went to the supermarket and bought…”, completing the line by listing all the items bought by previous players and adding a new item at the end. This game is a great filler for the little extra class time that you may have. It also works well as an introduction to a lesson about the importance of Scripture memory.
Play this game anywhere! Players take turns to list items within a chosen category. But the item named must begin with the last letter of the previous item. For example, if the category is food, the players can say “pizza”, followed by “apple pie”, “eggs”, “spaghetti”, and so on.
Place a variety of objects on a table for everyone to look at. Then cover the table with a piece of cloth and quickly remove one item. Players must try to identify the item that has “disappeared”. Use this game to introduce a lesson on the ascension of Jesus.
Do you enjoy guessing games? Our free printable Bible 20 Questions Cards feature 24 popular Bible stories, 24 Bible characters, as well as a “Things” category to make the game more enjoyable for players less familiar with the Bible. You can also play this game without the cards and have players think of other Bible Stories, People, Places or Things.
In this game, players must scatter and randomly move around the room. But when the leader shouts a number, they must quickly form groups of that number with other players. Use this game to teach about friendship and being a friend of Jesus!
While the guesser steps out of the room, the remaining players appoint someone to be “It”. How many yes or no questions will the guesser need to identify who “It” is? Use this guessing game to teach about our identity in Jesus Christ.
Players are crew on a ship and must obey the captain’s orders! When the captain shouts out an order, everyone must quickly respond with a corresponding action. Use this game to teach about submitting to authority, obedience and the wise and foolish builders.
Teams must quickly line up according to specific criteria given. For example in order of shoe size, with the smallest shoe size in front and the largest shoe size at the back. A great game to help players get to know each other and to teach about salvation and the kingdom of heaven.
Volunteers must overcome their fear and stick their hands inside a carton box to identify the mystery item it contains. Use this game to teach about fear, worry and anxiety.