Books Of The Bible Worksheets For Kids
These 3 Word Scrambles are great for those looking to learn the Old Testament books these worksheets are designed to meet different age groups but are best suited to an upper primary audience.
books of the bible worksheets for kids
How do I get the printable books of the Bible worksheet pictured on the Pin? The one that has the colored books and a place for kids to write in if they are books of law, poetry, history, etc. underneath with a box to write in the meaning of the word testament on the right side? Please and Thanks!
Among the most basic Bible skills is learning the books of the Bible, including the New Testament books. These Books of the New Testament Flash Cards are great for helping kids memorize and review the books of the New Testament and their proper order.
Memorizing the books of the Bible is an important Bible skill that kids can easily master while they are young. This skill will deepen their appreciation of the Bible for life. These flashcards will help your kids learn the books of the Old Testament quickly.
These Books of the Old Testament Bookmarks can serve as a great tool for helping kids remember and/or review the books of the Old Testament. They make great gifts or rewards to give out for attendance or reaching selected goals.
Learning the Books of the Bible is an important Bible skill that kids and adults both need to learn. These Books of the Bible Bookmarks are a handy study tool that will assist children as they learn the books and use their Bibles wherever they may be.
Music is one of the most powerful teaching tools you can use. Talk about effortless learning! If you sing this books of the Old Testament song on a regular basis, your kids will memorize the books of the Bible in order without even trying.
As your kids work through the Books of the Bible maze, they get to visually connect the order of the Old Testament books with symbols and stories from the books themselves! The visual association and ordering in this activity will help them see how the countless Bible stories they have heard actually fit into the Bible they are holding in their hands.
Many of the New Testament books are named either after the people who wrote them or named after the people the books were written to! But there are so many names that it can be hard to remember which ones are just people in the Bible as opposed to actual books of the Bible. The New Testament word search in the Books of the Bible Printable will help your kids think about each book of the Bible as they look for it in the word search! As a bonus, word searches help us learn to spell words.
Finally, our Books of the Bible Printable includes a scavenger hunt to help your kids put into practice what they have been working on by memorizing these books! They will get to pull out their Bibles and search them to find what the scavenger hunt asks them for. Make sure you brush up on your Bible trivia. Your kids will love sharing their finds with you, but it may be in the form of a quiz! Haha!
Helping kids learn the books of the Bible gives them a foundation of Biblical knowledge that they can build on for the rest of their lives. These activities will not only help your kids understand the basic structure of the Bible, they will keep them engaged and having fun!
If some kids are unfamiliar with the books of the Bible, ask students to take turns reading aloud the names, referring to the Bible contents page. As students say the names, print the Bible book names in order on a large sheet of paper. Display the paper where all students can see it.
Use this guessing game to help kids learn the names and spellings of the books of the Bible. You can be creative and play according to categories, like books in a given Bible division, the most difficult book names, and so forth.
Referring to the contents page in their Bibles, kids can take turns reading aloud the names of the books of History: Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, 1 Kings, 2 Kings, 1 Chronicles, 2 Chronicles, Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther. Students could also find each book in their Bibles.
Choose consecutive booksof the Bible cards equal to the number of students playing the game. Have the kidssit in a circle and tell them which books will be in play. Mix up the cards anddistribute one per student. Play music. As music plays, have students passcards to the right. Encourage each to retain only one card at a time. When themusic stops, make sure each person only has one card. Whoever has the firstcard in the series of books is out (he or she can play the music for the next round). The card is removed and play continues (place cards in order on the table as they are removed).Whoever ends up with the last card in the series on the last round is thewinner.
These super cute, free printable books of the bible bookmark are a great tool for learning the books of the Bible or remembering where you are in your Bible study or daily devotions. This books of the bible bookmark free printable is a simple Sunday School craft that is great for pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students. Simply print pdf file with free printable books of the bible bookmarks templates and you are ready to make this easy Bible craft for kids. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ).push();
Make learning the old testament and new testament books easy with this printable books of the bible bookmark. Simply print, cut out, and attach yarn as a tassle if you like. This is such a handy Sunday School printable to help preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 students learn the books of the Bible. Use this books of the bible bookmark printable at the start of the school year in your Sunday school lesson, as a parent at home, or homeschoolers to supplement your Bible curriculum.
This simple books of the Bible craft is practice and easy to make. Print books of the bible printable on cardstock. Each pages includes a cross for the Old Testement books of the Bible and one for the New Testament books of the Bible.
These are great for Sunday School class projects, gifts for Christian kids, and for memorizing the Books of the Bible in Awana Sparks and T&T. Encourage kids to keep their books of the bible bookmarks printable in their Bible, by their bed, in their favorite book, on a bathroom mirror, or wherever else they will see them frequently and remember to practice the Books of the Bible.
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A friend of mine has taken old CD's and made a label for each with a N.T. book. She made a post, kind of like horse shoes. The kids stack the books on the post in order, learning five at a time. She made a game out of this by dividing the class into two teams. The team that has their post filled first wins. The only way to fill the post is for Everyone on that team to say the books that are on the post. It's working, so far so good! Sent in by Connie
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Click here to support our site . . . Become a Premium Member!Keep these resources available! 3 Great Games from A-Z Requires NO preparation, NO supplies and NO set-up. They are easy, quick "fill-in" activities for those last few minutes in class. ALPHA & OMEGA RELAYSChildren will learn that Jesus is the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last. A-Mazing FriendsThis game was sent in by Deb High, she was inspired by the 'Body of Christ' game, but didn't have enough room to play it in her classroom. She said she 'adapted the game' but in reality, she developed a whole new game. Are You Satisfied? Teaches children to be content with their circumstances. Sent in by Deb High. (Editor's note: Paul tells us in Philippians 4:11-12,"...for I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances..." An important lesson for young and old!)Armor of God Players compete to be the first one to put on the full Armor of God.Bible 4-SquareWhere kids learn to be four square on God's Word!Bible Bingo Assemble Bible pictures onto Bingo-size playing cards. (For example, Adam and Eve in the Garden, Noah and the Ark, Jesus Feeds The Multitudes). Mix pictures in different order for each card. You can reference the pictures to their corresponding Bible verses too. Call out the Bible picture, or verse and have the players mark their cards with playing chips. First player to get all the pictures in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row wins! Sent in by Angie Reveles. Bible BogglePick a Bible category. Example: Books of the Bible, Kings of the Bible, Women or Men of the Bible, Psalm 23 (or any chapter that the kids have studied), Beatitudes, Spiritual Gifts, Books beginning with a certain letter of the alphabet, etc. Give the players one minute to list as many items as they can think of dealing with that category. After one minute, the kids take turns reading their list. If two or more players have the same item, they must cross it off. Players get one point for each item that remains on the list. (The teacher is the judge - and makes the decision of what is allowed for a point.) Do as many categories that you have time for and the one with the most points wins. Another great game idea contributed by Deb High. Bible Book Clues Locate 17 books of the Bible by reading clues, then filling in the blanks. Players are also challenged to write their own clues. Bible Book Name Game (For Grades 3-6) In this noisy and rambunctious game, children will learn the books of the Bible and where to find them. This game was sent in by Dr. Phil, one of the subscribers to the Sunday School Teacher's Network (SSTN). If you're not signed up for the free network, you're missing out on a wonderful resource for your classes! (Click the title to get the 'Bible Book Name Game' directions.) Bible Books RaceA fast-paced, team oriented game to assemble the books of the Bible into sequential order.Bible Books Rapid Fire A fast-paced Bible books card game whereby players attempt to get their cards inhand in exact sequence.Bible Bowling(Matthew 28:18-20, Acts 8:1-8 and 26-40) Players use their abilities to help the 'blind' player. Emphasizing evangelism, being a witness for Christ.Bible BumpersCan be played indoors or out and used with a variety of Bible stories.Bible Buster Relays Sent in by Suzanne Mossman, another contributor to the Sunday School Teacher's Network! In this fun and lively action game, kids will learn the books of the Bible...and have fun doing it! Awesome! That's what this site is all about! Thanks for sharing, Suzanne!Bible ChunkingQuizChunking is a technique whereby you memorize small bits ofinformation at a time. Telephone numbers and credit cards are typically chunked.Psychologists have determined that 5-7 bits of information is the optimal amountper chunk to memorize. Bible-Guess-A-MeesFour-line riddles that ask "who am I" or "what am I"?Bible Name Puzzle For older teens and adults. A great ice-breaker activity! It just might stump you! (The puzzle is for everyone, but the solution is for our Support Partners only.)Bible OlympicsPlayers compete in Backstroke Relays and Broad jump. BiblePop QuizAre you up to the challenge? A Bible quiz can help determine what needs to betaught in class.Bible Scramble Relays An open-ended game that can be used with various Bible verses to reinforce memorization skills.Bible Spell Teams compete to spell out the right Bible name, while describing other words to get the right answer.Bible Spin-The-Bottle Players spin the bottle to determine who answers a Bible trivia question.Bible Stack-O! An exciting Bible card game for kids and adults. Learn the books of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. There are three official ways to play, as well as, Stack-O Solitaire, Bible Memory, Spoons and a variation of Go Fish: Go Search Your Bible.Bible TIC-TAC-TOE For Two Players or Two Teams. You will need a pack of Bible trivia questions to play this game. You can write your own questions, or purchase them. If playing in a class, divide class into two teams, "X's" and "O's". Draw a large Tic-Tac-Toe grid on the chalk board and number the squares 1-9. Players/teams take turns answering the Bible trivia questions called out by the teacher. Players may confer with their teammates to give an answer. If a correct answer is given, that player or team scores an "X" or "O" in one of the numbered positions of their own choosing on the grid. If a player/team is unable to answer a question, the opposing team may have an opportunity to answer it and score an "X" or "O". If no one is able to answer the question, the grid space remains blank and play continues as before. First player or team to get three in a row wins!Bible Volley BallAn active game to reinforce Bible memorization skills. If you like this game,then you'll love the other games found in BibleGames Explosion-52 Games for Year-round fun!Bible Word Fun How creative can you get? Play three great Bible word games: Words-Worth, Treasure Hunt, and Bible Bits. Click the title to learn how to play.Big Gulp of JonahIn this Jonah and the whale craft and game, players try to get Jonah into the mouth of a whale. Use this game to introduce the story of Jonah. Bless You, Bless You, AmenWhen we bless someone, we are asking for God's favor to rest on that person. Play this game to remind children to ask for God's favor over the lives of people they know and love. Coordinates well with Mark 10:13-16, Jesus blesses the little children.Body of Christ(1 Corinthians 12:12-26) Players learn that the body of Christ is many parts, and that they must work together to accomplish their goal.Body Parts Game The Body of Christ is made up of many parts. "The head bones connected to the neck bone...the neck bones connected to the..." A great icebreaker game! Bug Batter GamePlayers learn about the Body of Christ, and what it means to be on JesusChrist's "team."Bustin' Out A rompin' fun Scripture memory game. Buzzing Bee Hive In this game, the bees must tag the wasps, so they can BEEcome BEElievers and go to heaven, the Bee Hive. "Taste and see that the Lord is good!" Psalm 34:8 Caterpillar to Butterfly Relays Players pretend to be caterpillars in their cocoons. When the cocoon is removed, they become new creatures, "butterflies." Game reinforces the idea of becoming "new creatures" in Christ.Chariot Races Inspired by a lesson on Philip and the Ethiopian eunuch from Acts 8:26-39David and Goliath Players pretend to be the Bible Super Hero, David, and attempt to defeat Goliath.Deck of "BIBLE" CARDSA new way to use regular playing cards! ACE=God, King=Jesus Christ, Queen=the Church...click the title to get the rest!Diminishing Returns Players or teams guess clues to Bible books trivia, the sooner the correct answer is given the more points awarded, points diminish with each additional clue!Echo, Echo, EchoThis is a fun way for kids to memorize Scripture! Divide your children into 3 to 5 sections. Section one should be closest to the teacher, section two a bit further away, section three further still, etc. Teacher begins by loudly saying the first few words of a memory verse. Section one repeats it loudly, section two follows section one, saying it a bit softer, section three says it softer still and so on until the words are echoed by each section. Teacher then says the next part of the verse, repeating the process as before until the entire verse is quoted. Your kids will concentrate on getting the echo effect just right, without even realizing how many times they are saying and repeating the verse!This is one of the fun memorization game ideas in BibleGames Explosion.Evangelism TagPlayers race to tell other's that Jesus loves them!F.B.I. "Faith Bible Investigators" Emmalea Butler wrote this game for an after-school Bible club called the Great Adventure Club. This six week session's adventure theme is called The F.B.I. (Faithful Bible Investigators). The F.B.I. has 10 teams called "Units" and the unit members are referred to as"Agents."You can make adifference! Your purchasesand donations to the site help to distributeour children's ministry resources to churches across the world.Fish and Loaves Relay To be used with a lesson on the Feeding of the 5000.Flashlight Bible MazePlayers or teams search in a darkened room for the words to Psalm 119:105.Four CornersA fast paced game that is great for lesson or memory verse review.Freeze Frame A fun game that reinforces Bible memorization skills.Fruit of the Spirit Hidden Word Puzzle God is Our Refuge(Psalm 46:1, Colossians 3:3) Players make dice to play this game, then unscramble the words to win!God's Library Books ScramblePlayers must unscramble the books of the Bible and put them back in order. A good memory game!God's Safety ZonePlayers learn about the Helmet of Salvation and the importance of protecting themselves from Satan's wiles.Guardian of the Treasure Jo Ellen Nakles developed the 'Guardian' game for her Sunday school class. She writes, "I used this with my pre-teen group, and it was a big hit. It is a very physically active game, and the kids loved getting down and crawling around on the floor, trying to steal each other's treasures! Players will learn, how to set their sights not on earthly things, but on things above." (Click the title to get the directions.) Hear No EvilThe object of this game is to reinforce that we must learn (sometimes by trial and error) which voice to listen to, God's voice or Satan's voice. This game will work well with ages 5-11 because they will probably take longer to rationalize what's going on. If you play with ages above this, realize you may only need to perform it one time, because everyone will get what's going on by the end of the game. I Exercise My Faith When I . . . Illustrates Acts 17:28a, "For in him we live and move and have our being." Nearly all of our daily activities in life involve some measure of faith. Designed to help children realize we exercise our faith on a daily basis. A great way to improve listening and memory skills!Jesus Feeds 5000Children hunt for