Our after-school Bible club consists of children (grades 3-5) with 7-10 children per
team. Each "Unit" has at least one adult leader (sometimes
2) and they also have middle school and high school students to
assist the adults.
To familiarize teams with the books of the Bible - the
proper order - and their location: Old or New Testament (OT or NT ).
We start with a simple snack with all of the
"Agents" together in their "Units" for their
opening "briefing", then the 10 teams are split into 2
One group of 5 Units meet in the school gymnasium for
our physical activities (where this game will be played) -
while the 2nd group of 5 Units works together with their Team Leader
on a Bible search and memory verse in the cafeteria.
At the end of our 2 hours, we meet in the gym as a full group
again for music, a simple review, a challenge for them to take
home and complete for the week, then we dismiss.
The main focus for our FBI theme this year is to familiarize the
children with the Bible Basics. One of those basic things is finding
their way around the Bible more easily.
game is perfect to help with the game I wrote for the Agents to
learn the books of the Bible.
Object of the Game
Familiarization is through hearing, reading and saying the
The more the game is played, the faster and more familiar the
teams will become with the books of the Bible.
This game also enhances listening skills.
Gives equal opportunity to participate in front of peers.