sundayschoolsources.com- Books of the Old & New Testament Bingo
This FREE set includes instructions, call cards, and 12 Bingo cards to practice the books of the Old & New Testament (Protestant).
bingocardcreator.com- Old Testament Books Bingo Cards
These cards are about Old Testament Books. They were made using such words as 1 Chronicles, 2 Samuel, Esther, Habakkuk, and Job.
bingocardcreator.com- New Testament Books Bingo Cards
These cards are about New Testament Books. They were made using such words as 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, 3 John, Hebrews, and Mark.
christiancrafters.com- Bible Book Name Game
In this noisy and rambunctious game, children will learn the books of the Bible and where to find them. *You can change this easily to Catholic books of the Bible.
christiancrafters.com- Bible Buster Relays
In this fun and lively action game, kids will learn the books of the Bible and have fun doing it!
kidssundayschool.com- Bible Detective
This activity will inspire children to investigate God's Word on a weekly basis for many months. *You can change this easily to Catholic books of the Bible.
christiancrafters.com- Bible Names Scramble
Players must unscramble the books of the Bible and put them back in order. A good memory game!
Books of the Bible Game- For this game, the players have to recite the books of the Bible, from the beginning to where they are on the board every time they move.
The Great Book Challenge- A Bible challenge game for the students that the prize could be changed to be anything the teacher wishes.
Books of the Bible Relay- Students will enjoy learning the books of the Bible by racing against other players to put them in the correct order. (The Super Bible Game Book by Linda Standke, page 85 - 94).
kidssundayschool.com- Books of the Bible Starboard: Recreate the design below on a large piece of poster board, and display in your classroom. The kids get excited when they are able to stick on another star. *You can change this easily to Catholic books of the Bible.
handsonbibleteacher.blogspot.com- Milk Caps Books of the Bible Memorizing
Collect milk caps with the books of the Bible on them. Put them in order or categorize them by the milk cap colors.
Books of the Bible (file folder game)- Help students learn about the 73 books of the Bible (Catholic) and how the books are divided into categories. This board game can be used in numerous ways to teach children:
1) to count the 73 books
2) read the names of each book
3) identify the colors on the board
4) spell the books of the Bible
5) spell the abbreviations of the books of the Bible
*Other creative ideas to play the game are posted as well.
books.google.com- 100 Activities Based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church: For Grades 1 to 8 by Ellen Rossini
Introduction to the Bible- page 32
Bible Book Relay- page 33
Find That Verse- page 33
The Word of God- page 34
You can get ideas from these to make your own Catholic Books of the Bible Lapbook
lapbooklessons.com- Old and New Testament Mini Books
This is a set of Bible Story Mini Books. The first goes through key stories in the Old testament, and the second goes through the life of Jesus in the New Testament. These are available in Black and White only. (Protestant)
cob-net.org- Find Books Of The Bible
Read the following paragraphs and try to locate the names of twenty-seven (27) books of the Bible. Each name may span more than one word, or be confined within a larger word, so look diligently! (Protestant)
home.snu.edu/- Hidden Bible Book Names
Can you find 16 Books of the Bible in this paragraph?
fillthevoid.org- Learn the Books of the Bible
Several different puzzles to choose from to print.
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