A version of Family Feud with an Old Testament twist
A review game for Hosea – Malachi
A fun sports-related review game for the Old Testament
Here is a review game for the last lesson blocks of the Old Testament.
A fun game to review the book of Exodus
A fun way to review Genesis with a Baseball twist
This is a fun game based on the popular game Cranium. Right now it covers Genesis – Judges, but it could easily be updated as you study the Old Testament.
We played Jeopardy, and my class really loved it.
For the past few years we did a scripture mastery/chase game that I made up (to wake them up) called March Madness. We did this during the March Madness basketball tournament. It's fun and you can slip it in with as little or as much time as you have. You can use this with SM chases.
Play the fun Jeopardy game about the study tools in the scriptures!
Convince other players that your end to a proverb is the correct one!
Six games with an OT theme
This game is to be used as a review to the Exodus chapters in the Old Testament. It may take one or two days—depending on the wishes of the teacher.
The Magic Square is a method I use to help students start learning all 25 scripture mastery scriptures from the first day of Seminary. It uses vision, rhythm, rhyme and movement to cement the location and main idea of each scripture into the students’ minds.
This game is based on the Cranium game.
Old Testament Year-End Baseball Review Game
A SM twist to the game of Taboo
A song to help your students remember their OT Scripture Mastery references
Old Testament Scripture Mastery PIT
Old Testament Scripture Mastery March Madness Consequences
Old Testament Scripture Mastery Crossword
OT Scripture Mastery Booklet Letter
A Pictionary version for the Old Testament
Agree vs. Disagree for the books of Obadiah through Zachariah
Since Zephaniah, as well as most of the minor prophets, and Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel have prophesied much about the Second Coming, we are going to use this “Second Coming Advent Calendar” to play a game to review what we have discussed.
Joshua – Ruth Risk Review Game
Covenant of Marriage Game that covers Genesis 24-28
Clues for a Matching Game about Daniel
The rules and a graphic of the Dreidel Game
Information about Chanukah and the Star of David
Daniel Concentration Game
A fun twist on the game of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?"
Information about the festival of Chanukah
I played a fun version of Apples to Apples this morning as an Old Testament review. It can also be used as a New Testament review.
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.