use these Bingo cards as a way to keep students engaged throughout the week.
I believe all classroom activities and games should serve to reinforce the lesson and its application. These Sunday School activity and game ideas can help review and repeat important points, and can be adapted for any lesson.
Memory Exercises Page
Memorizing scripture and Bible lists can be daunting for students, but children are the best at it, and the payoff is forever. These Bible memorization activities can reinforce an important message or useful information learned by rote.
Acting / Drama Activities Page
When we walk in someone else's shoes for a while, we both remember and understand them better. Acting can put students into the lesson like nothing else. And it doesn't have to be a big production. This page has ideas for incorporating drama into Sunday School lessons
Art Projects Page
Not all students learn best by listening or writing. Art allows students to create and participate, to see, feel and touch the lesson. This page provides art activities for Sunday school classes.
Song Activities Page
Songs are one of the most effective memorization tools around. Singing is also more emotional; it opens our heart to the message. There are lots of ways to incorporate music and song into Sunday School lessons.
Outburst, Bible Edition
Land Adventure Game
By David C. Cook
Looking for a game for your 3- to 6-year-olds that's more "nutritious" than Candy Land but just as simple to play? This easy-to-learn game introduces youngsters to exciting Bible stories as players move around the brightly colored board, landing on pictures of biblical events.
The object of this game is to be the first player to move from Creation (Start) to Heaven (Finish). Includes 4 colored playing pieces, one 6-sided die, playing board, and an instruction and story sheet. Recommended for 2 to 4 players, ages 3 to 6.