If you haven’t discovered it yet, games are a wonderful way to learn in your homeschool! You can use games for learning or reviewing science, spelling, math, history and there are even Bible games for learning and fun!
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Today, I’m thrilled to be reviewing 5 new games from Bible Games Central. These are perfect for Christmas gifts!
Disclosure: I received these games for free in order to honestly review them here. Affiliate links are also used.
Emoji Bible Stories Card Game
This first game was one of my favorites. In the Emoji Bible Stories Card Game, you take turns telling a Bible story using the emoji cards you hold in your hand.
I love that encourages creativity in story-telling as well as helping kids learn the Bible stories better.
This picture tells about the Magi visiting Jesus: The Magi used the light from the star to search for the child king Jesus who came to set us free from our chains of sin.
There are 24 Bible Story summary cards so you can learn or review the stories if you don’t already know them. The game can be played with four different versions! Click here to watch a video about how to play.
Bible Match It Link It
In Bible Match It Link It, we had to use our focusing skills to find matches. It’s a bit like matching dominoes. This one is great for kids as young as 6, but I had fun with it, too!
There are four different versions of the game. Click here to see a video for how to play.
Bible Animals Click Clack Match
The Bible Animals Click Clack Match game is another one that younger kids (age 6) can find easy enough to play. This game uses card and dice that have little animal pictures on them.
The Good Shepherd
The Good Shepherd is a card game where you have to do different things depending on what cards you draw and what you already hold in your hand. I loved the image of Jesus as our Good Shepherd and fighting against the wolves and protecting the sheep.
Click here for a video showing how to play The Good Shepherd game.
Mission: Ends of the Earth
Mission: Ends of the Earth is the most complicated of the 5 games, but has the potential to be the most fun! It’s for ages 8 and up. You’re being a missionary traveling to a specific village bringing needed resources such as food, medicine, solar lamps, Bibles, clothes, fuel, and water purifiers to the people in need there! What a great way to learn more about missions.
Free Games from Bible Games Central:
Bible Games Central also has a collection of free games.
Check out the Thanksgiving and Christmas games:
Free Thanksgiving Games:
- Minute to Win It
- Word Search
- Word Scramble
- Mad Libs
- What Am I?
- Would You Rather?
Free Christmas Games
- Pile Up the Presents
- Emoji Christmas Song Challenge
- Blanket Name Game
- Do You Hear What I Hear?
- Scavenger Hunt
- Oven Mitt Unwrap
- Christmas Tree Dress Up
- Marshmellow Stack
- Elf Challenge
- and more!