Just for Fun
Here are some fun ideas you can use at any time to keep things lively in your Sunday school class, Children's Church, or Bible study.
Just for a little fun, here are some clean wholesome jokes and riddles to enjoy. Do you have a favorite joke or riddle? Feel free to share it with us.
Kids use items from home to make a personalized three-dimensional picture that will help remind them how to live for Jesus.
Stick puppets can be used for many short skits or role plays. Instead of the kids reading their parts, let them act them out with these simple but exciting puppets.
Creativity flourishes with this craft that has endless applications.
An excellent Bible craft kids can use to remember their favorite verse from the Bible.
A fun fast paced game, that builds memorization skills.
Here are some true or false questions of moderate difficulty to use for playing many Bible trivia games.
Children memorize scripture by constructing a tower.
Fast paced action as children chase the names of Bible characters
Fun for kids of all ages, where recognizing the three persons of the trinity keeps you in the game.
Similar to the classic game "Follow the Leader" but a bit more challenging.
Kids love this energy burning game. It can be adjusted to fit many different topics and themes.
In this version of “Simon Says,”
dogs bark and beg, cats meow and lick their paws, and ducks quack and waddle
A mind challenging funny game to see how people easily follow what others do.
A lively, fun, and fast-paced game where preparation produces a winning team
while teaching children to be prepare for the return of Jesus.
An interesting variation of the classic children's game "Red Light, Green Light"
No matter where we run or try to hide, God knows where we are, because He is right there with us.
Children will have fun learning about different ways to serve God.
In this game, similar to "Red Light, Green Light," the children will have fun showing their crawling skills while learning about the Lord's Army.
A fun game that can be used for many different lessons.
Children race to solve puzzles, answer questions, and obey the rules.
Children race against time and other teams to correctly decipher who I am.
(Word Scramble) God often uses ordinary people to accomplish great things for His purpose. In this puzzle, children unscramble the names of some unlikely Bible heroes.
(Riddle) Children are given eight questions to try and slove a riddle. Which student will answer the riddle with the fewest clues?
Find out if the kids can see the name of Jesus and a picture of Him when they close their eyes with these optical puzzles. Also a great object lesson to introduce prayer and quiet time.
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