Activities based on or like popular kids games
A fun Valentine's Matching Game
A SM variation of the game Memory
A game specifically about D&C 25
Students take turns saying a memorized scripture, one word per student.
A fun Scripture Mastery activity
Students earn breakfast items by finding scripture references.
A group scripture chase activity
This is a game we have played over the years that is a HUGE hit.
Students get to tap the losing student with a foam bat when the scripture mastery references are found.
A SM version of the game of Hot Potato
‘Sock It to ‘Em’ gets its name from what we use when played indoors: a rolled up soft sock.
The idea for this game came from some "party" games we’ve played before.
Many different skills are involved in this game. Your students will love it!
A Scripture Mastery twist on the game of Spoons.
Get your class's heart pumping with this SM activity.
Practice Scripture Mastery with "Bruce Moose on the Loose".
This game is sure to make your dentist cringe – but I get some of my very best participation from EVERYONE (even my non-participators) with this game!
The object of this game is to collect as many candies as possible by sucking them up through a straw.
Use this straws activity to get your class involved in reviewing Scripture Mastery references.
A way to teach or review Scripture Mastery
Once the scripture reference is found, marshmallows are thrown at the student with the reference on the back of his/her chair.
A couple versions of Tic Tac Toe with a Scripture Mastery twist
A way to review Scripture Mastery
This activity reviews and drills the SM that have already been covered.
A fun way to review Scripture Mastery
The biggest hit for the past 2 years in my seminary class is Tic Tac Toe.
Here’s a version of Tic Tac Toe that we played, and my kids loved it.
A Scripture Mastery Scavenger Hunt
This is a good Friday activity and preparation for Scripture Mastery test.
A variation on scripture chasing
When the answers to clues are answered, pictures of the boys or girls are "resurrected" one body part at a time. A reverse game of Hangman.