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Scripture Lady’s Bible Review Games: My Mom Makes…

The Scripture Lady loves creating Bible review games! Here is one called “My Mom Makes…” to teach about moms in the Bible.

Moms are amazing!

One of the greatest talents my mom has is cooking a fantastic meal.  I am sure her lasagna would win first place in the national Italy fair if given the chance.  Your kids probably have some favorite foods that their moms or grandmas make as well.  Mother’s Day is a great day to celebrate our mothers and the caregiving women in our lives.  Here is a fun Bible activity for kids designed to help your elementary kids think about their own mothers as well as some special mothers in the Bible.

Bible review games will help your children learn God’s Word in a fun way and for this one you will need to do the following:

You will need to prepare 20 cards that showcase 20 different foods. I have provided you with the list of foods I used down below. On the top of each card, wrote “My mom makes…” I then placed the picture of the food below the title along with the word of the food item. Next, you will prepare 20 Point cards: 5 worth 100 points, 5 worth 200 points, 5 worth 300 points and 5 worth 400 points. Next, you will prepare 12 Multiple Choice Quiz cards. I have provided these quizzes down below. Finally, you may want to make a title card to give your game a nice finished look.  Back all of the food cards with a point value card. Laminate all the cards so that they will last for a long time. Click here for a picture showing my set up of the game.

Set Up:  For this game, I use 2 pocket charts (approx. 28″ square). (You can find pocket charts at your local teacher supply store or online at  Place all of the food cards in random order, point side hidden, on one chart.  On the second chart, place the title cards at the top.

How to Play:  Divide your children into 2 teams and pick a child to be the scorekeeper.  Tell the children that they are going to celebrate Mother’s Day by remembering all of the yummy foods their moms or grandmas or aunts prepare for them day in and day out.  Explain that the food cards displayed on the first chart all have points on the back of them ranging from 100 to 400 points.  Say the following to your class:  “My mom makes really good tacos.  (Pick up the taco card.)  The taco card is worth _(200)_points.  I am going to place the taco card over on this second chart with the point side showing.  You now have to remember what food was behind this card.  As the game is played, you will have to remember each food item that is placed on this second chart in the order that they were picked.  For every food card you successfully remember, you will earn that total number of points for your team.  Our Bible review questions will be about some wonderful moms in the Bible.  Are you ready?  (Wait for response.)  Then here we go!”

Have a child come up from the first team. The teacher should ask the first Bible review question.  If the child answers correctly, ask him to pick one of the Food Cards.  (Let’s say he picks the muffin worth 400 points.)  Reveal the point value on the back. Place the food card, point side out, next to the “taco” card that is also turned point side out.  The child must now say, “My mom makes tacos (turn the taco card over to reveal that he got it right) and muffins (turn the muffin card over to reveal that he got it right).  If he named both of the food items correctly, he earns 600 points for his team for that round.  Before the next child comes up to play, turn the taco and muffin back around to their point sides.  As you can see, this will get more and more difficult as the game goes on.

Hints:  You can allow the audience to help their teammate if you would like or your could have the child be allowed to ask for one time of help by picking out a specific friend at a point where he feels stumped.  (Kind of like on “Who Wants to be a Millionaire”.)

Food Items

Apple Pie, Hamburgers, Ice Cream Sundaes, Tacos, Bagels, Tostados, Cookies, Soup, Spaghetti, Pizza, Sandwiches, Fish, Shrimp Cocktail, Macaroni, Cake, Pancakes, Lobster, Muffins, Mashed Potatoes, and Sushi.

Quiz Cards:

1.  “Now the LORD was gracious to Sarah as he had said, and the LORD did for Sarah what he had promised.  Sarah became pregnant and bore a son to Abraham in his old age, at the very time God had promised him.”  Gen. 21:1-2

Here is your Quiz:

This verse shows that:

A)  God always keeps His promises.

B)  God never keeps His promises.

C)  God sometimes keeps His promises.

2.  “Abraham gave the name Isaac to the son Sarah bore him.”  Gen. 21:3

Here is your Quiz:

Sarah and Abraham’s son was named:

A)  Luke Skywalker.

B)  Isaac.

C)  Jesus.

3.  “Abraham was a hundred years old when his son Isaac was born to him.” Gen. 21:5  Sarah was very old too.

Here is your Quiz:

Sarah and Abraham’s son was named:

A)  Luke Skywalker.

B)  Isaac.

C)  Jesus.

4.  “Sarah said, ‘God has brought me laughter, and everyone who hears about this will laugh with me.’ And she added, ‘Who would have said to Abraham that Sarah would nurse children? Yet I have borne him a son in his old age.'”  Gen. 21:6-7

Here is your Quiz:


A)  laughed because Abraham tickled her funny bone.

B)  laughed because she was amazed that God would give her a son at such an old age.

C)  laughed because she was afraid.

5.  In I Samuel chapter one we learn of a woman named Hannah who was very, very sad because she had no children.  One day Hannah prayed to the Lord, “O Lord Almighty, if you will only look upon your servant’s misery…and give her a son, then I will give him to the Lord all the days of his life.”

Here is your Quiz:

This verse shows that when we have desires we should:

A)  pray to an idol.

B)  wish upon a star.

C)  pray to the Lord who delights in giving to his children.

6.  Well in time, the Lord remembered Hannah’s prayer and she gave birth to a son whom she named Samuel saying, “Because I asked the Lord for him.”

Here is your Quiz:

When we pray, we should remember:

A)  to dance around in a circle 5 times and do the crazy chicken strut.

B)  that God always hears our prayers.

C)  God only answers prayers of mothers.

7.  While Mary was pregnant with Jesus, she had a relative named Elizabeth who was also pregnant.  When Mary came to visit Elizabeth one day, the baby inside Elizabeth leaped inside of her.  Elizabeth was then filled with the Holy Spirit and told Mary what a blessed woman she was for getting to carry our Lord and Savior.

Here is your Quiz:

The baby Elizabeth was carrying leaped inside of her because:

A)  the baby would someday become an NBA star.

B)  he was trying to get comfortable.

C)  through the Holy Spirit the baby knew that Mary’s baby was our Lord and Savior.

8.  When it was time, Elizabeth gave birth to a son.  Her friends thought she would name him after his father Zechariah, but Elizabeth said, “No!  He is to be called John.”

Here is your Quiz:

Elizabeth’s son became known as:

A)  Johnny Appleseed.

B)  John the Baptist.

C)  John Lennon of the Beatles.

9.  One day, God sent the angel Gabriel to a girl named Mary living in Nazareth.  The angel said, “Greetings!  The Lord is with you.”  Mary was very frightened, but the angel said to her, “Do not be afraid, Mary, you have found favor with God.  You will give birth to a Son and name Him Jesus.”

Here is your Quiz:

When Mary saw the angel, she:

A)  was very frightened.

B)  fainted.

C)  ran and made an angel food cake.

10.  Now when Mary and Joseph went to Bethlehem to be counted for the census, Mary  gave birth to Jesus.  She wrapped him clothes and placed him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.

Here is your Quiz:

Mary placed Jesus in a manger because:

A)  she didn’t have time to get to Baby’s R US for a crib.

B)  she knew Jesus liked animals.

C)  there was no room for them in the inn.

11.  One day when Jesus was 12 years old, Mary and Joseph were worried because they couldn’t find Jesus. Finally, they found him in the temple teaching the grown men all about God.  Mary asked, “Jesus, your father and I have been anxiously searching for you.”  Jesus replied, “Didn’t you know I had to be in my Father’s house?:  Mary and Joseph did not understand what he was saying to them.

Here is your Quiz:

This verse shows that being the mother of Jesus must have:

A)  been hard at times.

B)  always been easy.

C)  caused her to pull her hair out.

12. Being the mother of Jesus was truly difficult at times for Mary.  In fact, it must have almost broke her heart to see her son one day die on the cross for your sins and my sins and her own sins.

Here is your Quiz:

Being a mother is wonderful, but it can also be hard at times.  We should remember to:

A)  only encourage our moms when they doing something nice for us.

B)  never say anything encouraging.

C)  encourage our mothers and grandmothers and those we love.

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