Grade Levels
4th - 6th, Homeschool
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This print-and-go resource gets your students digging in their Bibles and thinking critically about what they are reading. This printable Bible game is a fun twist on the game "Two Truths and a Lie" in which a person must tell three statements: two must be true and one must be a lie. Engage your students with this fun and challenging activity. These Bible prompts integrate Bible and critical thinking/close reading skills. Each of the 36 Bible trivia prompts asks the students to read a specific Bible passage and then determine which of the three statements are false (the other two are true).

There are 36 Bible prompts, available in FOUR formats:

  1. Worksheets
  2. Task Cards
  3. Power Point presentation
  4. Digital self-grading quiz

These “Bible Two Truths and a Lie” cards can be used in a variety of ways:

  • Task cards: Set up a Bible research center and have a group of your students go through the cards, either individually, in partners, or in small groups
  • Morning work activity: This activity can be done once a week for the entire school year. Give each student the activity sheets and have them read the passage and circle the lie (incorrect statement)..
  • I have also included a Power Point presentation for you to display for your class and have them answer in a notebook, if you’d prefer to do that.
  • Early finishers: Give these pages to the students who finish another activity early
  • Homework: Assign these pages as daily/weekly Bible homework
  • Distance Learning: Assign this quiz at home through Google classroom

A full answer key is provided for this Bible Two Truths and a Lie trivia activity.

The cards cover Bible verses that span the entire Bible.

Here is a Bible Two Truths and a Lie sample question:

Read Jonah 1:1-3, 15, 17

A. God called Jonah to go to Nineveh to preach.

B. Jonah jumped off the boat and swam to land.

C. God sent a great fish to swallow Jonah for three days and three nights.

Statement B is the lie because Jonah told the sailors to throw him off the boat, which they did, and then he was swallowed by a great fish.

These activities would be perfect for the Christian school classroom, homeschool classroom, and/or Sunday school classroom.

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Resource created by Jessica Lawler

Read more on my blog: Joy in the Journey

Total Pages
100 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 Year
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