Old Testament Seminary Course supplemental resources
Letter Tiles Puzzle for OT Lesson 120
Cryptogram for OT Lesson 117
Letter Tiles Puzzle for OT Lesson 113
Cryptogram for OT Lesson 114
Cryptogram for OT Lesson 109
Cryptogram for OT Lesson 107
Word Search for OT Lesson 104
Cryptogram for OT Lesson 101
Word Search for OT Lesson 18
Cryptogram for OT Lesson 16
Cryptogram for OT Lesson 14
Cryptogram for Lesson 11
Word Search for Lesson 7
Word Search for Lesson 9
Words Search and Solution for Lesson 100
Word Search and Solution for Lesson 99
Crossword for Lesson 95
Cryptogram for Lesson 94
Crossword for Lesson 89
Word Search for Lesson 86
Cryptogram for Lesson 82
Word Search for Lesson 81
Decode important message from Genesis 31-32.
Bring up the correct letters to solve this puzzle.
Solve this fun puzzle.
Bring up the letters to solve the puzzle.
Decode this important message.
A fun way to get your students involved your Exodus lesson
Decode this poignant message.
Unscramble each of the clue words. Take the letters that appear in boxes and unscramble them for the final message.
Figure out this fallen phrase. Have your students ponder this statement.
Decode this message for your Judges 6-9 lesson.
Have your students decode this message from your lesson about Joshua 11-24.
Word Search for Lesson 70
Word Search for Lesson 67
Crossword for Lesson 54
Crossword for Lesson 59
Word Search for Lesson 57
A word search for Lesson 61
Word search about Abram, Lot and Melchizedek
Word Search about Abram, Sarai, Hagar & Ishmael
Crossword Puzzle about Abraham's sacrifice
Word Search Puzzle for Genesis 19 (Lesson 26)
Several posters and other lesson helps
Rhyming Clues to remember the OT Scripture Mastery
Use these sets of clues for SM games, Magic Square, or review.
This is using the Magic Square but with some different rhymes for some of them. I wanted to have my students learn the book, chapter and verse numbers (exact location with the rhyme theme).
Here are some Old Testament Scavenger Hunt Clues we used recently.
I made a deck of cards with Scripture Mastery stuff on it.
A fun Valentines SM activity
A great way to implement the Magi Squares into your teaching
Have your students connect objects with SM references.
Attached is a set of rebuses that can be printed on overheads or regular paper, to help with scripture memorization.
A Word Search for Proverbs 3:5-6
A new interpretation of the OT SM Magic Squares
I made up some Scripture Mastery flash cards that can be colored and used in your classes.
This is based on the Chairs Game using the scripture mastery and people we have talked about.
I made Scripture Mastery tally cards that fit into the plastic trading card sheets or will fit nicely if you plan on putting your SM cards on a ring.
An OT SM Relay Race
I made a scavenger hunt game utilizing nine scripture mastery scriptures.
Some fun riddles to go with your OT Scripture Mastery verses
I loved the idea of the scripture mastery verses being set to familiar songs.
An engaging OT SM activity
My experience is it is easier to remember Scripture Mastery by simple association.
A whole slew of ideas for OT Scripture Mastery Games
Here’s a little info on how I got my class to participate in the Magic Square.
A list of the first letter of every word for each Scripture Mastery verse
The following clues are ‘Bad Attitudes’ which can be improved when considering the corresponding scripture mastery verses.
Spin the Dreidel with a scripture mastery twist
Lots of great information for teaching about the Old Testament
A blank Magic Square worksheet
Links to many OT images
A complete lesson plan for the book of Hosea
Choices I thought were an important theme. Have students sign a banner as their commitment to choose the Lord.
Rather than one theme, last time we made a wall chart with the heading, “Lessons from the Old Testament.”
Ideas of how to present your yearly theme
This theme works well with most of the stories in the Old Testament. It’s something that I want to help instill in the students, and it fits very well with the importance of personal prayer and personal revelation.
We’ve been having fun with our class mascots this year.
A way to review the 10 commandments and your Scripture Mastery
Today I tried a new idea for an end of the year review game that was a hit in my class so I thought that I would share.
Since the end of the year seems to be a difficult time to motivate the kids, I thought we needed something “extra”. Here's how we did.
A version of Family Feud with an Old Testament twist
I have now called his game OT Academy Awards. It could be run with whatever scriptures your reviewing you will just need to change the names.
I came up with a review game using Risk-like materials (with modifications, of course).
Here are my questions for our end of year picture test.
Test for Hosea – Malachi
A review game for Hosea – Malachi
A review game for the book of Daniel
Review for Ezekiel – Obadiah
A fun sports-related review game for the Old Testament
Here is a review game for the last lesson blocks of the Old Testament.
I adapted the Don’t Ax the Turkey activity to Don’t go to Summer School and will randomly ask them questions for them to search Zechariah to find the scriptures with the answers in it.
A quiz for Isaiah
Adapted from the game, Wise and Otherwise
A fun review game for Ezra - Isaiah
A test for 2 Kings – Isaiah 23
A fun way to review 2 Kings
I pooled a lot of questions from various source and some from myself and made up a football game review for Friday just before the Super Bowl.