Players stand in a circle and toss a ball among themselves. Whoever catches the ball must say the name of the next book of the Bible before tossing it to another player. Play this quick game to see if players can recall the names of all 66 books in the correct order.
Tag: moderate energy
With players sitting in a circle, 3 baskets containing Books of the Bible Cards are passed around. When the music stops, players holding the baskets must randomly take a card from their basket and arrange them according to their order in the Bible. Download the beautiful, printable Books of the Bible Cards here.
Players must quickly locate various verses in a hardcopy Bible and write down their respective page numbers. The first team to find all 66 Bible verses wins. You can use this game to introduce the different books and sections of the Bible.
In this relay, players must rearrange Books of the Bible Cards which are randomly pegged to a clothesline. The first team to arrange all 66 cards in the correct order wins. Download the beautiful, printable Books of the Bible Cards here.
A verse is read out and players have to guess which book of the Bible that verse is taken from. Each of the 66 Name the Book Cards contains a carefully selected verse from a different book of the Bible. Use this game to test your players’ knowledge or introduce them to all the books of the Bible.
Interesting game play makes this a really fun card game! Players must try to match Mission Cards with the appropriate Game Cards. With each turn, you have to decide which cards to keep, swap or pass to the next player. Use this game to help players become more familiar with the names and sections of the 66 books of the Bible.
Resurrection Eggs are a great way to tell the story of Easter. Here’s how you can make your own set of resurrection eggs using items that are really easy to find. Alternatively, you can use our printable Resurrection Eggs Cards which feature images of these items. Also included here is a printable script for telling the story of Easter and several fun games you can play with Resurrection Eggs.
Whether you are looking for sit-down Easter games for kids or high-energy activities to burn off their excess energy (from eating all that Easter candy?), we’re sure you will find something suitable here!
Adults love to have fun too! Here are some Easter themed games that you can play with your adult guests during your Easter party, family gathering, small group meeting or church event!
These Easter party games for kids and adults are super easy to prepare and ideal for indoor gatherings. Most of the games here only require Easter eggs, jellybeans, candy and some common household items.
Carnivals are great fun for both kids and adults. Why not put together an Easter themed carnival? Or you can incorporate several of the games here into your Easter party, family gathering, Sunday School lesson or church event. These games equally well indoors or outdoors and will add an energetic buzz to your Easter celebration.