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    Find Sunday School Games - Teach kids about the bible and help them learn their bible verses with these easy to follow bible games.

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    Thursday, February 13, 2014

    We loving having extra stuff for our kids to do in Sunday school. We especially love extra games and printouts that not only reinforces what they've learned in class, but it's great when they can take the sheet home to tell their parents or other family members what they've learned.

    This is our first criss-cross puzzle we've done. We hope you like it.

    There are two different versions below. One is for younger kids who are in their early reading years and the other is for middle grade kids and teens. You can also use the bottom one for adults if you'd like.

    Get your FREE Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho Sunday school lesson!!

    Tell us what you think so we can make more of the criss-cross puzzles. Also, tell us what you'd like to see on our site so we can help you as you teach children about the word of God.

    Easy Criss-Cross Puzzle
    Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho
    Older Kids Criss-Cross Puzzle
    Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho
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    Wednesday, January 29, 2014

    Valentine's Day is right around the corner. With the thoughts of love in the air, why not teach your kids about the love of God and what it means to them?

    God's love is like no other love in the world.

    In fact, God's love is so great he sent his only begotten son to die on the cross for our sins so that we could one day go to heaven to live with him forever.

    Jesus loves us so much that he willingly died on the cross for our sins.

    What an amazing kind of love!

    And take a second to 'Like' this inspiring Facebook page

    Bonus Idea: Gift for your Class

    I also found these amazing little hearts you can hand out to your class and instead of throwing them away like they would paper Valentine cards, they can plant them. Give each child two or three of these little hears along with a small pot and a bit of potting soil in a baggie.

    When the kids get home, they can plant the hearts and watch them grow!!

    The Love of God Sunday School Activity

    Below are three different Sunday school activities. The first is for older kids, the second for elementary kids, and the bottom one is for small children.

    If you'd like, print off the top one for the adults in your church and let them work it out!

    Tip: Since you know the answer, you can always fill in the numbers before handing out the puzzles if you feel they are too hard.

    Adult and Teen Puzzle
    This one is pretty tough.
    If needed, the bible verse is listed at the top of the printout.
    John 15:13 KJV
    The puzzle is titled: Love of a Lifetime
    The answer is:
    Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

    Elementary Puzzle
    The puzzle answer is:
    We love him, because he first loved us.
    1 John 4:19 KJV

    Young Children Puzzle
    There is a question at the top of the puzzle.
    It asks, "Who loves you?"
    The kids must figure out the puzzle to see who loves them.
    The answer:
    Jesus loves me!
    Kids can also color in the letters at the top.

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    Thursday, January 23, 2014

    10 Commandments Activities
    Photo courtesy of Ole Houen
    The 10 Commandments Sunday school lesson is one of the most searched for lessons on our site.

    It's because of this that we've decided to add an extra Sunday school activity to go along with it - a free word search puzzle!

    The word search puzzle below can be printed off and used in your class to supplement the Sunday school lesson or you can use it as a review of the Ten Commandments before class starts.

    In our Sunday school class, some kids come ten minutes early while some kids are five minutes late. This leaves time for the kids to either run around and get hyped up or to learn about God.

    You only have your class a very short time each week. Use it to teach them as much about God as possible!

    Sunday School Activity

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    Here is a 10 Commandments Chart for your wall or door. It's great to have in your room so the kids can see it at all times. Be sure to go over each commandment from time to time so the kids don't forget them.

    (Click the image)

    Tuesday, January 14, 2014

    The bible story of Moses is one that shows the courage, determination and love of one mother to save her son. While she chose to break the law and not turn him over to the Pharaoh's cruel law, she ultimately not only saved her own son, but the entire Israelite nation!

    God was with Jochebed as she made the decision to hide him in a basket in the Nile River. Although she didn't know that her little baby boy would grow up to part the Red Sea and lead the Israelites to the Promised Land, she did know she loved him and took a chance to save his life.

    If only we would take a chance and step out for God!

    How would our life change if we only took that first step to trusting God whole heartedly!

    Before explaining the game, take time to listen to the remarkable song by Brit Nicole to get you into the chance-taking mood.

    You can also get the FREE bible story of Moses to teach your kids.

    Finding Baby Moses Sunday School Game

    The only thing you'll need to play this game is a paper picture of a basket and some tape.

    You can either print out the picture of Moses' basket (above) or draw one yourself. It doesn't have to look pretty. Kids don't mind.

    I drew a picture of a basket about 4 inches long and 3 inches tall. I colored a blue blanket on top and cut it out.

    I simply told the kids what it was and they accepted the poor looking basket as what it was :)

    To play the game:

    Have the kids turn to one wall or put their head down on a table and close or hide their eyes. Use a piece of tape on the paper basket to hide the paper basket under chairs or tables, along walls, behind curtains, or anywhere else you can find.

    Once hidden, let kids find baby Moses.

    Whoever finds the basket gets to hide it next.

    If hidden too hard, you can give clues or play 'hot' or 'cold' until they find it. You'll be surprised at how much they love this game - I was.

    Have fun and enjoy teaching about Moses!

    Picture of basket above is courtesy of Open Clip Art.

    Monday, January 6, 2014

    For a quick Sunday school lesson, try using this Sunday school game. This is especially great if you are short on time or need to add a little extra something to your lesson.

    You'll have to prepare in advance for this one, but don't worry. It only takes a few minutes.

    What you'll need:
    • tape
    • markers or crayons - 4 different colors
    • paper or index cards
    • scissors
    10 Commandment Sunday School Game and Lesson
    Photo courtesy of Jimmy_Joe, Wikimedia

    10 Commandment Sunday School Game

    We like to call this game Holy Name Scramble.
    Before class, cut out 18 small squares. We used 3 x 2 inch squares for ages 4 to 7, but for older kids you could make the squares a bit smaller or for smaller kids make the squares a bit larger. The size is totally up to you.

    On the squares, you'll need to write the words "God", "Jesus", "Christ", and "Lord".

    Use one letter for each card. Each word will need to have it's own color (see picture below). We used purple, blue, green, and red. The picture below isn't very good. I took it with my phone, but you get the idea.

    Next, we hid the letters along the walls and hallways using tape. We lined the kids up against one wall. On the count of three, the kids took off running to find the letters.

    Tip: Since we have small children, we told the kids to only find 2 letters each. This allowed all of the kids to find letters without feeling left out. Once everyone found two letters, we let them go search again.

    When the kids found the letters, they raced back to the table to unscramble the words. Since each word was one color, it was easier for them to figure out each one.

    Tip: For older kids, use only one color and let them figure out what each word is. This will take longer and often they will find they have missed a letter and will have to go searching for it.

    Get the FREE
    10 Commandments Word Search
    Object of this Game/Lesson

    The object for this game is to teach kids about the holy names of our Lord and Savior and how precious these names are. Talk to your Sunday school class about how these names aren't meant to be used when we are angry or thrown around in everyday language for no reason at all.

    Ask the kids, "Have you ever heard anyone say, Oh, my and then add God's name to it?"

    Then ask, "Did you know that was a sin?"

    Refer to the Commandment number 3 and explain how keeping God's name holy is one of the 10 Commandments we are to follow.

    If we use the Lord's name in vain, how can we be witnesses to others?

    As Christians, we need to set an example and not act or talk like the world.

    Extra! Extra! Print this Out

    To finish off this lesson, print out one of these 10 Commandment coloring page for the kids to color.


    Saturday, December 28, 2013

    Here is a quick and fun Sunday school game for your kids to play this week. The only thing you'll need is some king clothes. Many Sunday schools already have king costumes from past Christmas plays which work great.

    If you don't, you can make a few crowns an use some clothes you have lying around the house.

    You can use the Sunday school game below with the Sunday school lesson about Israel's first kings.

    The King Game

    Here is what you'll need:

    • three to five crowns
    • king robes
    • king sashes
    • king rings
    • other king jewels
    • other king clothes
    Depending on the age children, you can add more pieces of clothing or fewer. It is best to use fewer pieces of clothing for smaller children and more pieces of clothing for older children.

    How to Play:

    Pile all of the clothes, jewelry, sandals, crowns, and anything else you have into a pile in the middle of the room. Make sure you have a whole outfit for each player. If needed, allow the kids to go in two or three groups so that everyone has a chance to put on the full set of king's clothes.

    When you give the signal, each player will race to the pile of king's clothes, find the pieces of clothes needed for an entire outfit, and put them on.

    The child who finishes first wins!

    You could have several rounds of this game to find the overall winner or just play for fun.

    Be sure to have your camera ready. This game gets a bit wild and crazy!

    Tuesday, November 5, 2013

    If you are like me, you always want to make sure you have an extra Sunday school activity ready at hand. Kids can be finicky. Sometimes they love to sing and dance while other times they want to play a game. Of course, you never know what will keep their attention from week-to-week, so I want to make sure you have something different ready to go.

    Here is a free printable word scramble to go along with the Sunday school lesson - Rich Young Ruler. It will be a bit difficult for pre-school aged children, but the older kids will love it.

    Sunday School Activity - Word Scramble

    Many kids love to race, you can choose to let them race to see who can unscramble each word or may finish the whole page. Whatever you decide to do, do it for the glory of our Lord and Savior!

    Here are the answers so you don't have to figure them out on your own. Enjoy!

    • RICH
    • YOUNG
    • RULER
    • JESUS
    • TEACH
    • MONEY
    • CAMEL
    • NEEDLE
    The final phrase at the bottom is ETERNAL LIFE!

    If some kids get finished before others,
    the title can be colored in using markers or colored pencils.
    (double-click to print)


    Sunday, September 29, 2013

    If you'd like to make your own Jacob's ladder, you can use the technique in the video below. You can also use other supplies so that every kid in your Sunday school class can make one of these ladders to take home for themselves.

    Jacob's Ladder Activity
    Photo: Polyparaidigm
    Wikimedia Commons

    For those who are teaching Jacob's Ladder in Sunday school, we have a Sunday school lesson you may like to use: Jacob's Ladder Sunday School Lesson.

    Make Your Own Jacob's Ladder

    First, watch the video. Then, keep reading below to find out other ways to make them. Of course, you can purchase a kit straight from The Scrapbook Lounge or buy a pre-made Jacob's Ladder instead.


    For anyone who is not too crafty or for those who don't have enough time in Sunday school to make one of these cute little toys, you may want to buy some that are already made. I found some on Amazon that comes in a package of 12.

    Here is the link: wooden Jacob's Ladder (1 dozen)

    For anyone who'd like something different for their class, you can use this free word search puzzle designed especially for this lesson.

    If you'd like something completely different or have older kids, you may want to give them each a piece of string and teach them how to make the ladder with it. I've included a video for that below too. The lady in the video goes step by step. If you get lost, just hit back and start again. It's fun and keeps your mind working!



    Jacob was always into something when he was a young man. First, he tricked his brother. Then, he tricked his father. Now, he is on a journey to find himself a wife in a different country because he is afraid that his brother may kill him if he stays.

    While that sounds a lot like a 'Soap Opera', it is just one of the true bible stories we can tell our Sunday school class.

    We've made this word search puzzle to go along with the Sunday school lesson of Jacob's Ladder. After you've taught your class about Jacob and his famous ladder, you can use this word search puzzle to fill in time or talk about what they've learned. You may also have extra time on your hands or have kids who love crafts. If that is the case, think about making your own Jacob's Ladder craft!


    Jacob's Ladder Sunday School Activity

    (double-click to print)


    Monday, September 16, 2013

    Use this fun Sunday school game to teach kids bible verses to go along with the lesson or to reinforce the Sunday school lesson about the Fishers of Men. You can also teach the kids the song "I Will Make You Fishers of Men". It's a cute song for younger kids to learn especially when you use the motions.

    Any stick will work to play this Sunday school game.
    Photo: Randen Pederson

    Sunday School Game

    First, you’ll need to prepare several bible verses to hang on the wall or to be printed out for the kids to see.

    Gather theses supplies:
    • 4 sticks or dowel rods
    • 4 pieces of string (about 3 to 4 feet long depending on height of children)
    • 8 small magnets
    • 8 paper fish
    • 4 paper clips
    • pencil or pen
    Directions for the Sunday School Game:

    Write a number on the bible verses (ex: 1, 2, 3 ,4, and so on depending on how many verses you’ve prepared). Next, write a number on each of the fish to go along with the bible verses you've selected. Glue a magnet to the mouth of each fish. Attach the string to the stick to make a fishing pole. Add the paper clip to the bottom of the string to be the hook.

    When a child catches a fish, the child will have to find the number on the fish and match it to the bible verse with the same number. They will say the verse two times and get back in line to catch another fish.

    You could also print the bible verse on the back of the fish instead of a number.

    If you have several helpers, this fishing game will go fast and the kids will be able to catch more fish and in turn say more verses.


    • We try to use verses for this game that the children are familiar with but do not know by heart.
    • Make the game more fun by hanging up a bed sheet in a doorway and let the kids fish over the sheet so they will not know which fish they will catch. Someone can sit on the other side to add the fish to the paper clip.
    • Use other things besides fish like paper: boots, seas shells, sharks, bottles, a sunken ship, and so on. You can even add people to the line if you are teaching the Fishers of Men bible story.
    May God bless you as you teach children the word of God.

    Monday, July 15, 2013

    This fun Sunday school game will have the kids laughing and learning all at the same time! We came up with this game to go along with the FREE Sunday school lesson about Jonah and the Whale.

    The great thing about this game is you don't need any extra props or equipment!

    The only thing you'll need for this game is room to run and kids who want to have fun! This is a great game to use in VBS and church youth groups too!

    Jonah and the Whale Game
    Sunday School Games
    Photo: EJ Fox, Wikimedia Commons

    Jonah and the Whale Sunday School Game

    Depending on how many children you have will determine the amount of room needed for this game.

    The kids will start the game on one side of the room or area. Pick one person to go first. This person will be the 'whale'.

    The 'whale' will stand in the middle of the room.

    When you yell, "STORM!"

    The kids will try to run from one side of the room to the other without getting caught, or tagged, by the whale.

    Tip: The area should not be too big as the 'whale' will have a hard time catching anyone and may become discouraged. It is more fun to allow the whale to catch someone each time across.

    If a child is tagged by the whale, that person will stay in the center too. The more children who are tagged the harder it will be for those remaining to make it across.

    This game moves pretty fast making it easier to play over and over which kids love.

    The game ends when only one player is left who hasn't been tagged and the center is full of whales.

    Sometimes, everyone gets tagged and that's okay too!

    Just pick another 'whale' and start again!

    Friday, March 29, 2013

    Teaching kids about spiritual growth is as important if not more than teaching kids to feed themselves. After teaching the Ruth in the bible Sunday school lesson, you can use this Sunday school game to let the kids have fun while they are learning about spiritual growth.

    Spiritual Growth
    Sunday School Game

    Sunday School Game

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    To teach the class about spiritual growth, play this Sunday school game.

    You'll only need a few things for this game. You can also play it with any number of children. Here's what you'll need:

    • cut out paper food items (carrots, apples, strawberries, pumpkins, corn, etc.)
    • printed out verses and words (list shown below)
    • tape
    After you have cut out the food items, tape the words or verses (listed below) on the back and hide them around the room or area. Don't make them too hard to find - just hard enough for your age children.

    For this example, let's say you have 12 kids in your class.

    You'll need at least 2 paper food items for each child plus 12 more - a total of 36 food items (more for more kids).

    Write the following on the back of the first 24 food items. You can add some of your own ideas too. You can also copy and paste so that you can print them out. Then, just cut and tape them on the back of the food items.

    • Bible verses
    • Prayer
    • helping others
    • sharing
    • going to Sunday school
    • bible school
    • youth meeting
    • attend church
    • read your bible
    • tell others about Jesus, God, and Heaven
    • invite people to church and youth meeting
    • talking to God
    • or any other things that will help the kids spiritual growth
    Here are some bible verse suggestions you can add to the backs of some too:

    James 1:22 KJV
    But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only.
    Proverbs 10:5 KJV
    He that gathereth in summer is a wise son:
    but he that sleepeth in harvest is a son that causeth shame.
    Philippians 4:13 KJV
    I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.
    You'll also need 12 things that will NOT help with spiritual growth. Below are just examples. Feel free to add your own.
    • using bad language
    • using the Lord’s name in vain
    • telling lies
    • disobeying
    • being jealous of what others have
    • stealing
    • talking back to parents and teachers
    • bullying
    • hurting people’s feelings on purpose
    • cheating
    • throwing trash down on church property


    How to play this Sunday school game:

    After you have cut out the foods, taped on the words and verses above, and hidden them, it is time to explain the rules.
    Each child will walk around the room looking at each piece of food. As they read the back of the food, they can decide if it will help their spiritual growth or hurt it. Let each child pick up two foods, but be sure they don't pick up the bad foods.
    Once the kids have gathered two good food items, let them come back to sit in a circle. Let the kids take turns telling what they found and how it can help their spiritual growth. This is important as it will let you step in and explain why it will help when needed.

    After everyone has gone, talk about the bad foods they found and why it will hurt their spiritual growth.

    Use your own ideas and verses that you've been working on to help encourage the kids in your Sunday school class.


    Monday, March 25, 2013

    Easily make the 'Palm Sunday' Sunday school lesson into an interactive Sunday school game by adding a few simple concepts. The kids will love it and will want to 'do it again'.

    Palm Sunday- Sunday School GamePhoto Courtesy of
    Eric Jones- Wikimedia
    You can either read through the Palm Sunday lesson or print one up on your own to make this a cute yet simple Sunday school game.

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    Sunday School Games - Palm Sunday

    As you will see (if you haven't already), the story of Palm Sunday is quite simple and short which makes it easy to turn into a game. First, you'll need to pick out key words you'll want to use.

    We used the following words: donkey, walk or walked, Hosanna, and Jesus

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    What you'll need to do:

    Before telling the story, you'll need to tell the kids which words to listen for in the story. Again, we used the words above. For smaller kids, you might just want to use two words and for older kids, you could add more.

    To play this game as it ties into the story, you'll need to come up with some motions for each word. We used:

    • donkey - make donkey ears by placing each of your hands on either side of you head and waving them back and forth like donkey ears.
    • walk or walked - pat your knees to make a soft walking sound
    • Hosanna - put both hands in the air and gently wave them back and forth from side to side
    • Jesus - put both hands over your heart as a sign of love
    As you read the story, the kids will listen for these words and make the motions. You may need to stop at the words and do the motions yourself. If needed, read the story again so the kids will be able to pick up on the words, do the motions, and learn the story better.

    Alternate Sunday School Game

    Get the Palm Sunday
    Sunday School Activity
    Photo: Wikimedia
    Instead of sitting, tell the kids the story as you walk around the room or even outdoors. You could have a special place ready with coats lying on the floor, fake palm branches for the kids to pick up and wave, and turned over tables.

    As you read the story, make your way to each of these places to make the story come alive!