Scripture Lady’s Free Bible Verse Games for Kids

SL-Elem-Resources-Bible-Verse-ButtonWelcome to Scripture Lady’s Free Bible Verse Games for Kids

Do you have a favorite Bible verse? If you do, I encourage you to share it with your children. As Christian teachers and parents, it is very important that we exemplify a love and respect for God’s life-changing Word to our children. When we do this, I believe the Holy Spirit will begin to fan a flame of love for the Bible in their hearts as well. Playing Bible verse games for specific Scriptures can be a great way to cultivate this love.

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I have provided you with many titles to choose from to use in either a classroom or home. Some of my particular favorite Bible review games for specific Scriptures are the following:

“Do Knot Add” based on Deuteronomy 4:2 is a fun game of memory and speed. Each team will have a rope tied in knots. Each team will also have their own version of the Bible verse separated in single words strewn around the room. On the word “Go!”, one person from each team has to untie one of the knots in the rope. Once they do this, they can then be free to find a word in their verse. After each word is found, the next person in each team will repeat the whole process. The first team to put their verse in correct order is the winner.

“Bible Character Password” is loosely based on Psalm 119:11 which says, “I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you.” This Bible review game takes the old TV classic of Password and adds some famous Bible characters. Your kids will enjoy figuring out the clues to great Bible people.

“All or Nothing” is based on Proverbs 3:5-6 which says, “Trust in the Lord with ALL of your heart…” This is a great Bible review game that promotes memory of this great verse along with teamwork.

And “Pass the Prayer Shoes” is a fun relay game based on the Lord’s Prayer.

Have fun browsing through our list and may you have lots of fun with your kids!

 

“For by grace you have been saved through faith and that not of yourselves, it is a gift from God. Not of works lest anyone should boast.”

Ephesians 2:8-9

(Click here for a sample of this Bible verse song.)