TV programmes dealing with rescuing abused pets and injured wild life are also helping kids understand the need to care for animals in danger, and also our pets. It is suitable for any lesson containing an animal. For example Jesus with the donkey and foal; Noah’s Ark; Elijah and the ravens that fed him; Balaam’s Ass… and so on. Or it could simply be a stand-alone favourite.
Lesson review games
Are you looking for a Valentine’s Day item for your kid’s club, Sunday school, family church, or even even to play with your children a home? Teens and adults will also enjoy the fun! We have created a Chocolate box game ideal for Valentine’s Day, and what’s more, it’s totally calorie-free! It’s simple to play
This simple PowerPoint game is great fun, with colourful cookies and surprise bonus points. Play it quickly as a fun stand-alone game (you can amuse the children at home over the holidays) , or use it as an effective review game after a Bible lesson. Here’s how the Cookie Count PowerPoint Game works Two teams
Make your lesson review as much fun for your kids as going for a burger! Have your own questions prepared, and then open up this PowerPoint game, which is played on two PowerPoint presentations which are opened simultaneously. The playing “board” has 15 hidden items – three each of a burger, fries, drink, ketchup and ice cream. The aim of the game is to gather one each of all the items. Will the teams find them all?
Are you looking for a different way to review your lesson on Joseph storing the grain? Or would you like a fun game for a harvest thanksgiving service or school assembly? This printable is a colourful and versatile resource. You supply the questions: we provide a novel way to score them. This is easy to
How do you apply the principles of your Bible lesson to life today? This free PowerPoint game gives opportunities to discuss the consequences of life choices. Like our Spot the Bug game, this one relies on TWO PowerPoint presentations being open at the same time. By choosing random keys, clicking them, and reading the scenarios