Tower of Babel Bible Crafts and Activities for Children
How to Make Tower of Babel Bible Games, Crafts and Activities for Sunday School, Children's Church, and Children's Ministry
Stacking Tower of Babel Bible Lesson Review Game and Activity for Children
Use these printable Tower of Babel pieces to play a stacking game with your Sunday School class. Here are several games you can play.
1. Timed Stacking Game - This game can be played in teams or singularly. Give each team a chance to build the tower. Time them to see who can build it the fastest.
2. Bible Lesson Review Game - Place the Tower of Babel pieces on a table in front of your students. Take turns asking them questions about the lesson. If a child answers a question correctly, he gets to place a piece of the tower on top of the other pieces. He must place the piece at an angel from the previous piece so that the piece doesn't fall through the bottom pieces. It is kind of like stacking playing cards to make houses. Keep asking questions until the tower is completely built.
Tower of Babel Stacking Bible Lesson Review Game and Manipulative
Use the Tower of Babel pieces to play the Bible Lesson review games above or use them with the following activities:
- Bible Lesson Display – Add a new piece to the Tower of Babel throughout your lesson to keep your student’s interest. When you are done play a Bible lesson review game.
- Bible Verse Review Game – Before assembling the tower pieces, write your Bible verse on the pieces. Write the first word on the bottom piece. You may have to write more than one word on each piece. Have your children read the word and then place it on the table. Keep going until all the pieces are stacked.
- Bible Verse Review Game 2 – Before assembling the tower pieces, write the Bible verse words on the tower pieces starting with the first word on the top piece. You may have to write more than one word on each piece. Have your children stack the pieces to form the tower by answering questions from the Bible lesson correctly. Go over the Bible verse and then ask your students to say the verse one word at a time. Pull the top piece out to see the word printed on the piece. Ask your students if they said the correct word from the verse. If they said the wrong word, place the piece back in the tower. Do the same thing with the second word from the verse. If a student makes a mistake, remove all the pieces that you have already used and start the game again from the first word. Keep playing like this until the children know the Bible verse
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