God made an important promise in Genesis 9 when He set His rainbow in the sky as a sign of His promise to Noah that He would never again destroy the world with a flood. This match game will help kids remember that God always keeps His promises.
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.
In Genesis 27 Jacob makes a bad choice to deceive his father. This choice affects Jacob’s entire family for years to come. This match game activity will help children understand the importance of honesty.
Abraham loved God and wanted to please him, but he also loved his son very much. In Genesis 22, God tested Abraham. This match game will help children remember the important story of Abraham’s devotion to God.
The story of baby Moses is one of Divine protection. This match game will help children remember that God is always in control and is always protecting us.
When God spoke to Moses in Exodus 3 it was because He had important instructions for Moses to help free the children of Israel from slavery in Egypt. This match game will help children remember to listen to God when He speaks.
The story of Joseph helping the King of Egypt reveals how God can have bigger plans for us than we have for ourselves. Joseph was placed in Egypt for a certain purpose that only God could know. This match game will help children remember that God always has a plan for our life.
This match game will help children consider the importance of confidently trusting God to supply their needs and generously sharing with others as Abraham shared with Lot.
According to Genesis 4:1-16, when Cain’s anger got out of control he did a terrible thing, and killed his brother. This match game will help children understand the importance of controlling their emotions and caring for their siblings.
According to Genesis 1:26-28, God created Adam and Eve and gave them the assignment to rule over His creation. This match game can be used to help children see we must seek God’s purpose for our lives.
When God promised Abraham a son He kept His promise. Through Abraham’s son, the great nation of Israel would grow. This match game helps children remember God always keeps His promises.