This matching game has a Christmas theme. How many matches can each of your children find?
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.
The more tiles a player matches in this matching game, the more likely he or she is to win. But more important than winning is learning about John the Baptist and the important message he had for people. The Messiah soon would arrive!
Eight tiles (4 pairs) give your children a chance to play a matching game. While they play, they will be reminded that God is always at work in the lives of His people—even when their circumstances are difficult.
Matching pairs of tiles is a great deal of fun. This match game depicts several different kinds of jars, each of which is a reminder of the jar of expensive oil that Mary used to anoint Jesus’ feet.
This matching game gives children an opportunity to have fun playing a game while they learn about the power of Jesus to immediately make a violent storm totally calm.
By playing a match game, children learn about the widow who gave her last pennies, or mites, to the temple treasury.
Playing a match game depecting elements of the story of Jesus’ healing the 10 healed lepers helps children see the need to express thanks to God.
This match game about the wise men’s visit to worship Jesus helps children learn the key elements of the story.
This match game acquaints children with some of the people and things that are a part of the true story of Zacchaeus and his encounter with Jesus.
A fun matching game from Luke 5:1-11 when Jesus caused a big catch of fish.