The early church was made up almost exclusively of Jews. This Peter and Cornelius story illustration can be used to help kids learn this important story and discover that God sees all people the same regardless of race.
Matching Game Bible Activities for Children
Here's how the match game works. Shuffle eight pairs of tiles and lay them facedown in a four by four square. Turn over two tiles, and if you have a match, you get to remove it from the "board" and try again. If you don't have a match, your turn is over. Whoever has the most tiles at the end of the game wins. The match game activities below highlight various Bible situations and themes. Click on the title of an activity to be taken to a web page where you can download it.
This free Armor of God Match Game will help children learn about and identify the pieces of God’s armor found in Ephesians 6. As children play the game, remind them that God provides the armor and weapons we need to live our Christian lives as He desires.
Use this Thankfulness Matching Game to help remind children that they have been richly blessed with many good things and they should express gratitude to God for those things. This activity can be used in a Sunday School, classroom or homeschool setting.
This Jesus Healed a Man Born Blind Matching Game will reinforce for kids that Jesus can heal and does so for God’s glory. The activity can be used in a Sunday School, classroom, or homeschool setting.
When Jesus was baptized He identified with sinners and showed He would die and be raised on our behalf. This free printable matching game activity will help kids remember this very important event in Jesus’ life.
God knew that John the Baptist would be a special person with a special job even before he was born. This free, printable, match game activity will help children learn about the birth of John the Baptist and discover that John helped prepare the people of Israel for Jesus.
God always desires the best for His children. God wanted to be the King of Israel, but the people of Israel wanted a human king like the other nations around them. This match game activity will help children remember that God always knows what is best for us.
This free, printable match game activity, based on Genesis 1:20-25, will help kids learn that all animals were made by God for His purposes. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.
Plants are one of God’s most important creations. They can provide food for us, but they also support creation in other ways, as well as add beauty to all of creation. This fun word tiles activity will help children remember the importance of plants and how God created plants for us.
This free, printable match game activity, based on 2 Samuel 9:1-13, will help kids learn the value of generosity. It can be used in a homeschool setting, one-on-one, or in a classroom setting like Sunday School.