We needed something more than just Bible trivia so I’m so glad we found some new Bible games for kids! They teach Bible vocabulary, geography, and more with great strategy play that builds critical thinking skills at the same time!
My kids were so excited to play these games. They are all about the strategy games! Some of their favorite games are Settlers of Catan, Risk and 7 Wonders. Sometimes Bible games are so focused on learning the facts, that they miss out on the fun!
New Bible Games for Kids
Here are three awesome new games to help you learn more about the Bible while having fun at the same time!
This is a deductive card game. By piecing the clues together, you must find out which disciple you have before your opponents can figure out their’s. When you discover who your disciple is you score points. Whoever has the most points wins!
The kids really enjoyed this game because it was east to learn and reminded them of Clue. It was a fast game. We were able to finish in about 20 minutes. Each time you play you remember more about the disciples of Jesus!
By working together you must remove all the sin from neighboring towns and cities, by praying to god and building alters. Remove all the sin blocks before time runs out!
This game has a lot of the names of major places in Israel and of the Kings and Empires that are talked about in the Bible. We haven’t played many cooperative games so this was so much fun because of how different game play was. It had a few features that felt like other games too. For example, to build an alter you had to trade in resource cards that you could get during the time of a good King’s rule. That made it easier to learn how to play for us.
In this game, you trade and gather resources to become more powerful than your opponents in an epic race to contain power and please God by sacrificing and praying!
This was by far the kids’ favorite game. Since they are a little older, (ages 8, 10 and 13) they like more complex games. This had a lot of their favorite features like using resources to build the temple, taking over territories, and the more competitive nature of the game. I loved the game because it has Bible verses, mainly from Psalms and Proverbs, on the game cards!
You’ll also learn a lot about life during the time of Solomon and some of the main occupations people had. This game would definitely be a hit with your older players!
a gigantic 4ft puzzle with hundred of thick high quality puzzle pieces, that holds a complete picture of all the apostles!
The younger children had fun helping put this puzzle together. It really is very heavy duty, with bigger pieces that is great for smaller hands. I think it would be a good activity for a small Sunday School class too!
Bible Games for Kids Video Trailer!
Check out the video below to see some of the fun my kids had playing and reviewing these new Bible games! Which one would your kids like to try?
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