Games based on popular high school, college, or professional sporting events
A fun sports-related review game for the Old Testament
A fun way to review Genesis with a Baseball twist
My goal is to have a 15-20 minute lesson which will leave 15-20 minutes of March Madness Games.
A fun way to incorporate March Madness into your teaching
It used to be a tradition in our building to hold Turkey Bowl scripture mastery competition between the 4 classes. The game we used has nothing to do with Thanksgiving so it can be used any time of the year, whenever you’d like to have all the kids get together.
This activity requires some kind of a fake pumpkin, something that can be thrown without risk of harm to the building or the students. At times you can find cloth bean bags or foam pumpkins.
This is a variation of the Scripture Mastery Basketball game.
World Series is a fun, interactive way for students to review lesson material.
Diving Judges rate scripture reader's performance
Old Testament Year-End Baseball Review Game
Old Testament Scripture Mastery March Madness Consequences
Scripture Mastery GOLF
Review Scripture Mastery with a Dodgeball twist.
This March Madness is a little different from the original from the email list.
Here's a game that really gets the blood going in the morning!
Here's a great activity if you are looking for a game that gets the kids up and moving.
The object of the game is for each student to score as many “two-point” buckets as possible, while the other students open their scriptures to the scripture mastery scripture.
A way to strengthen long-term SM memorization
A variation on Scripture Mastery chasing
Just a thought for a SM day during the football season.
Review Scripture Mastery on a chalkboard football field.
Object of the game is to have the whole team locate a Scripture Mastery scripture from a clue.
Wake your class up with Scripture Kickball!
Scripture Mastery Grand Prix Racing Game (A great game for a small class)
A fun variation on Scripture Chasing
This is a quick, fast-paced game that can be used to review scripture keyword or ideas.
Scripture Mastery Kickball
We really get well acquainted with the 3 scriptures we are ‘basket ball chasing’, and the kids have fun.
Ideas how to incorporate the Olympics into your Seminary lessons
Object of the game: To be the 1st team to match and get all keyword/text/verse papers in their color to the stage.
This game never fails to get everyone involved, having fun, and working on SM recognition.
Here is a game that was designed for a Christmas activity, but can easily be adapted for any time of year. In place of the Christmas stockings, use a container of some kind appropriate to your time or year or holiday. I provided some Old Testament clues, but you can also substitute object clues for other years.
Each team gets a chance to answer a question correctly. If they answer correctly, they can roll the dice and do what’s on the dice.
A quick way to review scripture mastery references
A Scripture Mastery Team Building activity
Have your own Daytona 500 scripture mastery activity with the Vroom Vroom! Relay and a Classroom Race
Different lesson ideas to tie March Madness into your lessons.
Scripture Mastery Golf
Get your class involved with a Seminary variation of March Madness.
I put the questions into a "batter's box" and the batter had to come up and pick the question. Let them use scriptures, scripture mastery cards, etc. but they only had 30 seconds to answer.
As soon as a team has every member find the scripture, one person from that team can begin to shoot. Point are only given for baskets.
The two servers race against each other to find the correct scripture. First one to find it serves. Then have fun playing volleyball.
Make scripture chasing much more exciting by playing "Bucket Ball".
Give SM Clues. The students must keep track (record on score card) of the number of pages they have to turn to find the correct SM reference in their scriptures. Lowest score possible is “one” because it takes at least one to open the book. Play 18 holes.
We are scripture chasing and doing review and trivia questions throughout the month.
I will have questions and challenges printed on colored paper, cut into strips, mixed up and placed in a jar on the table. Whenever we play our games the students will draw from the jar to answer a question for points or they will have to do the challenge that is listed.