Monday, October 17, 2016

Sequence Bible Story Cards & Games



To help children practice sequencing and retelling Bible stories here are some sequence Bible story cards and games that might come in handy for your classroom or home.


ministry-to-children.com- Sequence Bible Story Cards (several to print out for free)

dltk-bible.com- Free printable story sequencing activities for preschool, kindergarten and early grade school children. Arrange a series of picture cards into the logical order to create the story from beginning to end.

biblestoryprintables.com- Bible Timeline Printables (these cards can be used to sequence Bible stories)

sparklebox.co.uk- Bible Stories Teaching Resources
Several sets of printable visual aids for retelling the Christian creation story. These are ideal as aids to help tell or re-tell the story orally, and also for classroom displays and story sequencing activities. Great as an assembly resource too!

puzzlewarehouse.com- Bible Sequence (board game)
Noah and the Flood, Moses and the Burning Bush, The Empty Tomb are all inspiring stories within the Bible. Now children and adults can learn about the Old and New Testament as they play the fun game of SEQUENCE. Pictures representing Bible stories are displayed on each card and the gameboard. The cards also include a story title and scripture reference. Players match the picture on a card to the same picture on the board, then place their chip there. Five chips in a row wins the game! It's the fun, challenging game of BIBLE SEQUENCE




Jane at The Learning Curve made some cards that match a Power Point slide presentation that she has been using.




From Creation to Joseph Cards- Play Bible Timeline Game, Memory, Go Fish, or Sequencing with these cards.

Birth of Jesus to Ascension Cards- Play Bible Timeline Game, Memory, Go Fish, or Sequencing with these cards. The cards can also help students establish the content and order of the Matthew, Mark and Luke (synoptic) gospels. Example: Take the gospel of Mark since it's the shortest and ask the students to take the cards and put them in the order which Mark mentions them in his book.

Which came first? (file folder game)- When this question is asked, most people think of the chicken or the egg. Here is a game that wants to know which Bible story came first. In this game players are asked which story appeared first in the Bible as they make their way around the board. The first player to FINISH wins. (You can also use this game to review what happened in the correct order of a certain Bible story or several of your own choosing. Just write up questions about key events in the story and play the game.)



*Use these one page printable Bible stories to make your own Bible story cards. Have students cut out the pictures and put in the correct order from lambsongs.co.nz website.

Old Testament

New Testament

Christmas

Easter





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