Friday, June 1, 2018

The Seven Sacraments Game






This game is free, however it is only to be used for classroom and personal use. It may not be published on any websites or other electronic media, or distributed in newsletters, bulletins, or any other form or sold for profit. Reproduction or retransmission of any materials, in whole or in part, in any manner, is not permitted. All graphics/images/clipart etc. used on all activities are not my own and are from various internet sources.


The Seven Sacraments: The object of the game is to collect 7 sacrament cards by answering questions about each sacrament. (For 2nd grade on up).


Directions: Place your marker on the START square. The player rolls the die and moves that many spaces on the board. If the player lands on a ? space, the teacher asks them a question from the list about one of the sacraments that the person does not have a sacrament card of. If the player is correct, they collect the corresponding sacrament card that the question was about (the players place their sacrament cards face up in front of them so the teacher knows what kind of sacrament question to ask). If the player is not correct, they do not collect a card. If the player lands on “Return a Card” they must return a sacrament card. Players must collect a sacrament card for each sacrament as they move around the board. Note that the board is set up so you can move around it many times. The first player to collect all 7 sacrament cards, wins. Continue playing to find out who comes in second, third, fourth, etc. place. *You can play this game individually or as teams.


The Seven Sacraments Game- Directions, Game Board, Game Cards, Questions



10 comments:

Jared Dees said...

What a great learning game. Thank you again for a wonderful resource.

Amazing_Grace said...

Jared-
Thank you for the kind words. I made this game ages ago and forgot to post it. LOL!

Check out my other Sacrament games by scrolling down the right side bar to the bottom. :)

Paper Dali said...

Ohhhhhhhhh, so nice! I'm definitely sharing this with my homeschooling group. Thank you!

Amazing_Grace said...

Vee-
I hope they like it!

I share your paper dolls with my students! LOL! I don't know who likes them better, me or the kids. :)

Check out my other Sacrament games by scrolling down the right side bar to the bottom. :)

pacwp said...

I teach fourth grade religious ed teacher and we were finishing our unit on the sacraments and I was looking for a fun way to review, learn more facts and test the students knowledge and was so glad to find this.

My class loved it!

Amazing_Grace said...

Patricia Perkowski- I am so glad that your students enjoyed the game! :)

Jeanne G said...

Hi - I'm relatively new to your site and the games you've made (AMAZING!). Can you tell me, please - when I make the game cards, are the cards 2-sided? For example, does the Baptism card have water on it's back? or are the cards all cut out individually?

Amazing_Grace said...

Jeanne G- I am so glad that you like my games! :)

The game cards are 1 sided. The game cards can be printed out on card stock or on Avery Business Cards #5376 which can be folded and separated for use.

Unknown said...

Can't wait to include this stimulating activity in my catechism classes with lower income Phil kids now ranging from PREP to Grade 6. Wonderful of you to be doing this, thank you!

Unknown said...

I really appreciate this game and all the time that must have gone into creating it. Thank you!!