Miscellaneous Games and Activities
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.
Get them out of theirs seats for this fun active Quiz idea you can use with any set of review questions
Brown paper bags, teams, numbers, questions - great way to review!
A fun game made specifically for D&C 101
D&C Section 101 Game – 101 Quotations
A great way to get all of the students reading and actively involved.
With all of the problems regarding punctuality, let me share a “help-get-’em-there-on-time” idea that’s worked for me.
Teach and review Scripture Mastery with music.
Scripture chase with cereal. Your class will love it!
I discovered a different and fun way to do a scripture chase. Every time a SM is introduced I give the kids an index card. On one side they write the scripture with reference, the other side they draw a picture about it.
Make scripture mastery reviews more artsy with this activity.
A way to help your students memorize their Scripture Mastery
This game really makes everyone have to participate because their partner is relying on them.
A game to reinforce scripture masteries
So as I was trying to come up with a fun way to work on scripture mastery, the thought came to me to use paper airplanes.
A fun way to review Scripture Mastery
Have students do scripture chase. Each correct answer allows them to secure an item for the recipe.
Review Scripture Mastery with this card game.
BRAIN or BRAWN is the name of a game I play with my students to help with our scripture mastery skills. It could also be used as a review game.
Here's a beat the clock type of games.
Many thanks to who ever posted this activity last year. I have used it many times and it is a favorite with my class. I couldn’t find the original post, so this is just my version.
A fun twist on scripture chasing
Invite one or more adults to come in to represent Scripture Characters. Students will ask questions to figure out who the adults are being.
They take turns saying how many words they can "Name that Scripture" in until they don't want to go any lower. Whoever goes lowest gets the clue.
Whoever has the answer from each team runs and sits in the highest numbered chair available.
A fun way to memorize scriptures.
Use this alternative to an auction for the students to spend seminary money they have earned all year.
This is a game to encourage those students who are trying to memorize the scriptures.
A variation on Concentration
This is a quick, fast-paced game that can be used to review scripture keywords or ideas.
Here's a way for your kids to spend their Seminary Bucks at the end of the year.
Played like Battle Ship
Have your students delve into the scriptures on multiple topics.
Have your class earn their hot chocolate by finding scripture mastery references.
Tell the students that they have to go through the maze and complete all the tasks before they can get their breakfast.
Motivate your class with this Cookie Chase.
Have fun with Scripture Mastery references with this fun game.
Listen for scripture mastery references during General Conference.
Questions to get your students involved as they watch General Conference
Have your students find proof in their scriptures.
First team to ALL locate the reference in their scriptures gets to roll the die. The number they roll corresponds to the number on the board that tells which “breakfast” item then can get (bowl, spoon, etc.).