A fun Seminary version of Apples to Apples
A wonderful way to review the life of Christ
A version of Family Feud with an Old Testament twist
A review game for Hosea – Malachi
A fun sports-related review game for the Old Testament
Here is a review game for the last lesson blocks of the Old Testament.
A fun game to review the book of Exodus
A fun way to review Genesis with a Baseball twist
This is a fun game based on the popular game Cranium. Right now it covers Genesis – Judges, but it could easily be updated as you study the Old Testament.
We played Jeopardy, and my class really loved it.
100 D&C Review Questions
For the past few years we did a scripture mastery/chase game that I made up (to wake them up) called March Madness. We did this during the March Madness basketball tournament. It's fun and you can slip it in with as little or as much time as you have. You can use this with SM chases.
My goal is to have a 15-20 minute lesson which will leave 15-20 minutes of March Madness Games.
A fun way to incorporate March Madness into your teaching
A fun Valentine's Matching Game
Fun Valentine's Day activities
All earned game points lead to a class party
More than avoiding unpleasantness - with a little extra effort, game play is a chance to teach life/social skills
If you don’t mind competition in your classroom, then read on. This was given to me by my CES Supervisor a few years back and it seems to be fun.
It used to be a tradition in our building to hold Turkey Bowl scripture mastery competition between the 4 classes. The game we used has nothing to do with Thanksgiving so it can be used any time of the year, whenever you’d like to have all the kids get together.
Use a fun children's game to equalize a Scripture Mastery game
A fun way to review with your students
A fun guessing game based on an old TV Game Show
This activity requires some kind of a fake pumpkin, something that can be thrown without risk of harm to the building or the students. At times you can find cloth bean bags or foam pumpkins.
This is a variation of the Scripture Mastery Basketball game.
A fun musical activity that isn't competitive - and a list of songs and sound files to use
Some ideas to encourage a Zion attitude during game play
World Series is a fun, interactive way for students to review lesson material.
This game is based upon an old TV show. The premise of the show was for one contestant to reach the top of a 70-space board in 15 moves to win one of seven keys that unlocked a dream galaxy of prizes.
Great instructions for playing a fun game based on the Reality TV Show
Diving Judges rate scripture reader's performance
Fun way to test mastery with the Magic Square
Get them out of theirs seats for this fun active Quiz idea you can use with any set of review questions
Based on the old TV Game show Blockbusters
The object of the game is to discover the main topic puzzle by solving several word puzzles that relate to the main puzzle.
Here are some additional clues for the Stocking Unstuffer SM Game above. These should work just great. Of course you can always use these hymn clues in another game.
Use this list for guessing games such as printing these items on labels that you put on people’s backs as they enter a party. They have to ask yes/no questions to others to guess what is on their label. It's a great ice breaker.
A SM variation of the game Memory
Play the fun Jeopardy game about the study tools in the scriptures!
Brown paper bags, teams, numbers, questions - great way to review!
Today I wanted to use the jeopardy game from the website, but I knew the students wouldn’t have any idea where to find the answers in the section, so I gave them some "study time."
Bag It Game for D&C 69-75
I developed this mini-Jeopardy for the first part of Sec 42 to get my students into the scriptures for the answers.
An engaging game specifically for D&C 42
I created a memory/matching game. I used 12 index cards and on each one I put either a verse number or the principle found in the verse.
A game specifically about D&C 25
A game specifically about D&C 23
A Bag It Game specifically about the Priesthood
A fun way to cover Scripture Mastery
A game specifically about D&C 1-18
A D&C version of Jeopardy
A fun game to use when teaching about the Mormon Battalion
A Battlefield Game specifically about the Mormon Battalion
Convince other players that your end to a proverb is the correct one!
Six games with an OT theme
This game is to be used as a review to the Exodus chapters in the Old Testament. It may take one or two days—depending on the wishes of the teacher.
I put together a game to cover three sections. I call it a “punch” game because I put together a large box with a opening lid.
A Bag It game version specifically for D&C 124-126
I’ve taken the D&C vocabulary list from Ken Alford and created a type of Balderdash game.
A fun game made specifically for D&C 101
An engaging game of Jeopardy to go along with D&C 101
D&C Section 101 Game – 101 Quotations
Seminary Squares for D&C 99-100
A great way to get all of the students reading and actively involved.
D&C SM Pit Cards
A D&C version of the game of Outburst
Doctrine & Covenants Overview & Apostasy Lesson Outline
Church History Overview Lesson Outline
Here's a way to help your students memorize and then review their SM references.
Pyramid Review for D&C 40 in a Power Point presentation
Jeopardy for D&C 133
Reader's Theater: Mission to Salem. This is about D&C 111.
Similar to the board game Clue, this game allows student teams to uncover the murder mystery of Elder David W. Patten, first apostolic martyr in the last dispensation.
Welcome to the newest and EARLIEST game show of the season, “Prove It Wrong”.
General Authority Jeopardy PowerPoint
Faith in Every Footstep Game
Faith in Every Footstep Pioneer Challenge
Zion's Camp Tracking Cards
D&C Valentines Pic Clues
A D&C twist for the game of Taboo
D&C SM Anagrams
D&C Jeopardy PowerPoint
Scripture Mastery BINGO! for D&C
This gospel game is based on the game of "Battleship".
The Magic Square is a method I use to help students start learning all 25 scripture mastery scriptures from the first day of Seminary. It uses vision, rhythm, rhyme and movement to cement the location and main idea of each scripture into the students’ minds.
This game is based on the Cranium game.
Old Testament Year-End Baseball Review Game
Seek to have missionary experiences you can share with your classmates
A SM twist to the game of Taboo
A song to help your students remember their OT Scripture Mastery references
Old Testament Scripture Mastery PIT
Old Testament Scripture Mastery March Madness Consequences
Old Testament Scripture Mastery Crossword
OT Scripture Mastery Booklet Letter
A Pictionary version for the Old Testament
Agree vs. Disagree for the books of Obadiah through Zachariah
Since Zephaniah, as well as most of the minor prophets, and Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and Daniel have prophesied much about the Second Coming, we are going to use this “Second Coming Advent Calendar” to play a game to review what we have discussed.
Joshua – Ruth Risk Review Game