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Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. ~ Proverbs 22:6 KJV

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    Thursday, March 7, 2013

    After you have finished the Sunday School lesson for Attributes of God - Get Organized, this Sunday School game will help reinforce your lesson. Sunday school games keep kids learning while having fun. When you have time, a game is a great way to reinforce what you've just taught.

    Get Organized! Sunday School Game
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    Take a look at this verse before class as you will be teaching it to the kids:

    James 1:22 KJV

    22 But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves.

    If you have small children, you can use only the first part of the verse.

    What You'll Need for the Sunday School Game

    To play the 'Get Organized!' game you'll only need an open place for the kids to stand and sit. You can also copy the bible verse above on a piece of paper or poster board for the kids to see.

    Begin by having all the kids bunch up in the middle of the area. If possible, you could play this game outside on the green grass just like from the Sunday School lesson.

    Tell the kids they need to listen and to hear what you are saying just like the verse above. The kids will need to hear what you say, then do it.

    Depending on the size of the group, you can clap your hands together 1 to 5 times and have the kids get into those groups. For more kids, clap 5 to 10 times. For example, if you clap your hands together 3 times, the kids will need to get into groups of 3 sitting on the floor or grass. Any kids leftover can come to stand by you and you can let them clap next time.

    You can keep clapping, letting the kids reorganize themselves. This game is so much fun to watch. The kids scramble around as they try to get into their groups.

    Once seated, have the kids say the verse aloud.

    Another version of this Sunday School game.

    Have the numbers 1 to 4 taped to different walls. Put the number 1 on one wall, the number 2 on the next wall, and so on.

    Divide the kids into groups.

    Print out the numbers 1 to 4 and cut them out. Place them inside a bowl or cup and give them a shake. Draw out a number and have the first group go to that number on the wall. Have all the kids say the verse.

    Next, draw out the next number and have the next group race to that number on the wall. Keep going until all the kids have a chance to find a number on the wall. To make it more interesting, give each group a name and just call out which wall you want them to go to. This version of the game moves quicker and keeps the kids on their toes.

    For example, name one group of kids the Genesis group and another the 'Exodus' group. Call out 'Genesis' go to number 2 or 'Exodus' go to number 4.

    You could also just have one group and make all the kids go together to each number and say the verse.

    Teaching kids bible verses are a very important part of Sunday School.

    May God bless you as you teach kids the word of God.



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