Great ideas for helping children memorize scripture and review lesson applications.
A collection of fun ideas to help kids memorize God's Word.
More fun ideas to help kids memorize God's Word.
(Gradeschool) A review game of wits, skill and good aim.
(Gradeschool) A lively review game similar to the Jeopardy Game Show on television.
(Gradeschool) Slightly competitive, visual encouragement to memorize all the books of the Bible in order.
(Gradeschool) Children memorize scripture by constructing a tower.
(Gradeschool) Like the Israelites wandered in the desert for 40 years, this review game will have the children going forwards and backwards until they reach their destination.
The children dig to find a Bible verse, repeat it aloud, while encouraging their classmates to do the same.
(Gradeschool) In this review activity, children scramble to uncover key words from the Bible story.
(Gradeschool) Children become eye witnesses to review the events that take place in the Bible story.
(Gradeschool) Use this popular sport to help the kids review what they have learned.
(Gradeschool) This craft will help children memorize and keep the Word of God close to their hearts.
Fun but simple game to show how well the kids remember names in the Bible.
(Gradeschool) Kids show how much they remember in this review game by being on the first team to speed a car across the finish line.
(Gradeschool) A fun Bible memory game that helps put the Word of God into our hearts.
(Gradeschool) A fun fast paced game, that builds memorization skills and team work.
(Preschool) An Interactive activity that helps memorize simple Bible verses.
The children pop up and down while learning a new Bible verse.
(Gradeschool) A colorful review game reflective of the covenant God made with Noah.
(Gradeschool) A tricky and competitive challenge to help the children review what they have learned.
(Gradeschool) A fun way to memorize Bible verses with a fun, homemade puzzle.