Special Thanks to Kat Hebert who
created this game.
This game can also be used to help
children learn their memory verses -
check out the alternative idea given
for creating situation cards.
What to Print
Make Your Own Bible Game for
general instructions on putting
together the game board.
just some examples of memory
verses that can be used with this
game. Use these or create
your own using your own memory
- Alternative situation cards -
write the current quarter's memory
verses on the cards. (If it is
the beginning of the quarter you may
begin by having children repeat the
current week's memory verse whenever
they land on a star.)
- Primary Memory Verses Year D,
How to Play
- Read the general instructions,
Make Your Own Bible Game, on
dice, markers and playing the game.
- For this game, the players have
to recite the names of the Bible,
from the beginning to where they are
on the board every time they move.
If they make a mistake, they have to
remain where they are and lose the
turn. When they land on a star,
they must read the card.
- As the players become more
accustomed to the game (and the
verses given on the star card) it
can be more challenging to have the
person to the right of the player
pick up the star card. Then the
person who landed on the star is
tested because he has to recite
it from memory.
- If it is the beginning of the
quarter you may begin by having
children repeat the current week's
memory verse whenever they land on a