Books of the Bible Review Game | Old and New Testament Books

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Books of the Bible Review Game

Books of the Bible Game for Sunday School - Learn the Books of the Bible from the Old and New Testament

In this Books of the Bible Review game, students will be learning the Books of the Bible. They will decide if books are in the Old Testament or the New Testament to win the game. No prep required; print the game board and Bible book cards and the kids can start playing. This set includes 4 different game boards.

About the Books of the Bible Review Game

Before starting, choose a game board. Print out the game board(s) on card stock. Laminate or place in a plastic sheet protector. Game players will need a copy of the game board and a die. Cut out the Old and New Testament Bible books playing cards and trim to size. Students will follow the simple game instructions. Small coins or paper pieces can be used as pawns.

Books of the Bible Review Game Directions

Roll the die to see who goes first. The person who rolls the highest number goes first. The playing cards should be placed faced down near the game board. The player flips a card and determines if the book listed on the card is in the Old Testament or the New Testament. If you get the right answer, you can roll the die and move that number on the game board. (When students are first learning the books, there may need to be an extra player (the judge) who looks up the correct answer on the answer sheet. Students can rotate turns playing the game and being the judge).

The next person takes their turn. If the student answers incorrectly, place the card at the bottom of the draw pile. The next person takes their turn, drawing a card and determining if the book is in the Old Testament or the New Testament. Play continues in this manner until the first person reaches the end of game board. Player must roll the exact number of spaces to enter the end space.

This is a Bible review game that can be used over and over again in your classroom, with Sunday school lessons, or by your homeschoolers.


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