16 games and ideas to help memorise the Bible, Youth Group Activities,


16 games and ideas to help memorise the Bible

Mad gab phrases and answers

Great for youth groups and camps

Mad gab phrases and answers

Below are a whole stack of ideas that you might be able to use at your youth group or camp, to help people memorise parts of scripture, and have fun doing it!

Write the memory verse out on a piece of paper using only the numbers used to write the words in an sms message, ie. the numbers that correspond to the letters on the keypad. (Eg. 843 56733 = the lord ). Obviously there will be a number of words that will correspond to a pattern of numbers but that s all part of the fun for the kids to work out the memory verse. They can use their mobile phones for this game to help them work it out. Split the group into however many teams needed and if there is a person on each team who has credit and is willing to spend it, then you could say whoever is first to text the memory verse to the leader s mobile wins. Otherwise the winner can be whoever is first to decode it and write it out correctly.

This is a good game for introducing a new memory verse. Just like the card game Mad Gab from Mattel . It s a game of words and phrases, it s not what you say, it s what you hear. Say the words Day Leo Fur Rings a few times and you ll find you re saying. daily offerings! , just sound it out. Write up the memory verse in Mad Gab style (eg. Iron hot ash aimed off day goes bell = I am not ashamed of the gospel). If it s a large memory verse split it into sections (ie. If there are 3 sections to the memory verse then make 3 rounds to the game, and when a team has solved the first section, give them the second, and so on til they solve the whole verse). Players work in teams and compete against each other to solve the memory verse first, and when they have solved it, run up to the white board and write it out in full.

3) Human buzzer fill in the blanks (From p. 78 Programs 2 Go by Ken Moser)

This is a good game for introducing a new memory verse. Using a white board, put underscore dashes on the board for every letter in each word of the memory verse eg. Jesus wept = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. Divide everybody into 2 groups. Each group elects someone to be the buzzer and another to be the contestant. The buzzer sits on a chair out the front while the contestant stands behind them with their hands on the head of the buzzer, when they want to answer a question the lightly press the buzzer to make the sound for that team. The game is played in rounds so that the each person in the team has an opportunity to be the buzzer or contestant. When a contestant gets a question right they are allowed to select 1 letter of the alphabet (apart from vowels) to be uncovered on the board. Have special rounds where contestants are allowed to choose vowels or solve the memory verse. You will need to prepare at least 26 questions for the game and they can include bible questions, youth group questions, celebrity questions, etc.

4) Jigsaw Puzzle (from p. 75 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Write the memory verse on cardboard and then cut it up to form a jigsaw puzzle. Split everyone into groups and give one jigsaw puzzle to each group. The team that pieces the memory verse together first is the winner.

5) Pass the Parcel (from p. 79 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Hide a word of the memory verse in each layer of the parcel (with or without prizes). With music playing, pass the parcel around the group till the music stops and then unravel a layer of the parcel. Repeat till all layers are unravelled and all words have been revealed. Have the group place the memory verse in order and say out lout together.

Get 2 disposable paper bowls for each word of the memory verse. Write one memory verse word on each bowl (if it s a long verse write a few words) so that there is two sets of bowls with the complete memory verse in each set. Split into 2 teams and give one set of bowls to each team. Have each bowl filled with some sot of food (eg. Cereal, crumbled dry weet-bix, chips, custard, etc.) so that the word/s cannot be read underneath. Do a ready, set, go! and the team that finishes their food first, arranges the memory verse in proper order, and read it out is the winner.

Warning: You will want to check for food allergies among the contestants first, and let people sit out who really don t want to be a part of it.

Print off 2 copies of the memory verse on different coloured paper and put the words of the memory verse into about 5-6 balloons. Blow up the balloons and stick them to the wall. Split the group into 2 teams and give them some darts. The teams won t know which balloons will have their memory verse words in it. When all the balloons have been popped, the first team to arrange the memory verse and read it out is the winner.

Warning: Don t let kids go up to the wall until all the balloons have been popped and no one is throwing any darts.

This operates just like the Chinese whispers you played at school. Get everyone in a big circle (or into smaller circles if the group is too big, but the bigger the group the better for this game). Tell the memory verse to the first person in the group and then they have to pass it on to the next person by memory, and so on At the end of the group, see who has the memory verse most accurate. This activity will work as an introductory memory verse activity as well.

Ask the group what situations would it be useful to know this memory verse? and then draw pictures of those situations on the white board/butchers paper. The aim is for them to see how memorising the bible is useful in life. Alternatively, you can split them into groups to come up with their own situations and pictures, then present it back to the group.

Split into smaller groups and create a skit that demonstrates how the memory verse might be applied to a real life situation. This is much like Application Pictures except it s Application Skits !

11) Word for Word Relay (from p. 85 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Form teams for a relay race where each team member has to run up to the whiteboard and write one word of the memory verse (in correct order) until the entire verse is written. If time permits can do multiple rounds with different instructions e.g. Hop/jump to the whiteboard. Can also do with a memory verse jigsaw puzzle.

12) Throw and say (from p. 84 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

See who knows the memory verse, then write it up on the board. Get everyone to stand in a circle and have a ball to pass around the group. As you catch the ball you say one word of the memory verse and then pass it to another who says the next word, and so on till the memory verse is said in full. Time how long it takes to say the memory verse and try and see how fast the group can say the memory verse. Try to beat the previous time.

Divide the memory verse up into sections then divide the youth group into smaller groups. Hand out a newspaper to each group and give 10 mins to slice up words and/or letters out of the newspaper to make up their section of the memory verse and glue onto a piece of paper. Awards for most creative.

14) Sing it (from p. 82 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Split into groups and have each group do the memory verse in a different music genre (eg. Advertising jingle, high school musical, rap, soap opera TV theme song, Opera, Country and Western etc). Record the songs if you have the technology and use them in the coming weeks to remember the verse.

Alternatively, use a memory verse song already written (eg. Colin Buchanan) to teach the memory verse. You can play the song on CD and sing along or play it live! (playing live might be best, because the CD can be a bit lame).

15) Pass the Parcel revision

Teach the memory verse to the group. Make a parcel with prizes in each layer. Have the group sit in a circle and pass the parcel around the group to each person while they say one word of the memory verse each out loud, whoever has the parcel when the memory verse has been said through gets to unwrap a layer. Repeat the process saying the memory verse each time until all the layers have been unwrapped (some kids will miss out on a prize, but this will teach them that life isn t always fair they ve got to learn somewhere!).

16) Memory verse challenge (from p. 94 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

See who can recall both the memory verses for the term. For an extra challenge you can see how many verses they can recall from the year! Do this activity near the end of term, and even get them to do it in groups sometimes so they can work out the memory verses together by writing down as many as they can recall on a piece of paper.


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16 games and ideas to help memorise the Bible, Youth Group Activities,


16 games and ideas to help memorise the Bible

Mad gab phrases and answers

Great for youth groups and camps

Mad gab phrases and answers

Below are a whole stack of ideas that you might be able to use at your youth group or camp, to help people memorise parts of scripture, and have fun doing it!

Write the memory verse out on a piece of paper using only the numbers used to write the words in an sms message, ie. the numbers that correspond to the letters on the keypad. (Eg. 843 56733 = the lord ). Obviously there will be a number of words that will correspond to a pattern of numbers but that s all part of the fun for the kids to work out the memory verse. They can use their mobile phones for this game to help them work it out. Split the group into however many teams needed and if there is a person on each team who has credit and is willing to spend it, then you could say whoever is first to text the memory verse to the leader s mobile wins. Otherwise the winner can be whoever is first to decode it and write it out correctly.

This is a good game for introducing a new memory verse. Just like the card game Mad Gab from Mattel . It s a game of words and phrases, it s not what you say, it s what you hear. Say the words Day Leo Fur Rings a few times and you ll find you re saying. daily offerings! , just sound it out. Write up the memory verse in Mad Gab style (eg. Iron hot ash aimed off day goes bell = I am not ashamed of the gospel). If it s a large memory verse split it into sections (ie. If there are 3 sections to the memory verse then make 3 rounds to the game, and when a team has solved the first section, give them the second, and so on til they solve the whole verse). Players work in teams and compete against each other to solve the memory verse first, and when they have solved it, run up to the white board and write it out in full.

3) Human buzzer fill in the blanks (From p. 78 Programs 2 Go by Ken Moser)

This is a good game for introducing a new memory verse. Using a white board, put underscore dashes on the board for every letter in each word of the memory verse eg. Jesus wept = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. Divide everybody into 2 groups. Each group elects someone to be the buzzer and another to be the contestant. The buzzer sits on a chair out the front while the contestant stands behind them with their hands on the head of the buzzer, when they want to answer a question the lightly press the buzzer to make the sound for that team. The game is played in rounds so that the each person in the team has an opportunity to be the buzzer or contestant. When a contestant gets a question right they are allowed to select 1 letter of the alphabet (apart from vowels) to be uncovered on the board. Have special rounds where contestants are allowed to choose vowels or solve the memory verse. You will need to prepare at least 26 questions for the game and they can include bible questions, youth group questions, celebrity questions, etc.

4) Jigsaw Puzzle (from p. 75 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Write the memory verse on cardboard and then cut it up to form a jigsaw puzzle. Split everyone into groups and give one jigsaw puzzle to each group. The team that pieces the memory verse together first is the winner.

5) Pass the Parcel (from p. 79 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Hide a word of the memory verse in each layer of the parcel (with or without prizes). With music playing, pass the parcel around the group till the music stops and then unravel a layer of the parcel. Repeat till all layers are unravelled and all words have been revealed. Have the group place the memory verse in order and say out lout together.

Get 2 disposable paper bowls for each word of the memory verse. Write one memory verse word on each bowl (if it s a long verse write a few words) so that there is two sets of bowls with the complete memory verse in each set. Split into 2 teams and give one set of bowls to each team. Have each bowl filled with some sot of food (eg. Cereal, crumbled dry weet-bix, chips, custard, etc.) so that the word/s cannot be read underneath. Do a ready, set, go! and the team that finishes their food first, arranges the memory verse in proper order, and read it out is the winner.

Warning: You will want to check for food allergies among the contestants first, and let people sit out who really don t want to be a part of it.

Print off 2 copies of the memory verse on different coloured paper and put the words of the memory verse into about 5-6 balloons. Blow up the balloons and stick them to the wall. Split the group into 2 teams and give them some darts. The teams won t know which balloons will have their memory verse words in it. When all the balloons have been popped, the first team to arrange the memory verse and read it out is the winner.

Warning: Don t let kids go up to the wall until all the balloons have been popped and no one is throwing any darts.

This operates just like the Chinese whispers you played at school. Get everyone in a big circle (or into smaller circles if the group is too big, but the bigger the group the better for this game). Tell the memory verse to the first person in the group and then they have to pass it on to the next person by memory, and so on At the end of the group, see who has the memory verse most accurate. This activity will work as an introductory memory verse activity as well.

Ask the group what situations would it be useful to know this memory verse? and then draw pictures of those situations on the white board/butchers paper. The aim is for them to see how memorising the bible is useful in life. Alternatively, you can split them into groups to come up with their own situations and pictures, then present it back to the group.

Split into smaller groups and create a skit that demonstrates how the memory verse might be applied to a real life situation. This is much like Application Pictures except it s Application Skits !

11) Word for Word Relay (from p. 85 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Form teams for a relay race where each team member has to run up to the whiteboard and write one word of the memory verse (in correct order) until the entire verse is written. If time permits can do multiple rounds with different instructions e.g. Hop/jump to the whiteboard. Can also do with a memory verse jigsaw puzzle.

12) Throw and say (from p. 84 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

See who knows the memory verse, then write it up on the board. Get everyone to stand in a circle and have a ball to pass around the group. As you catch the ball you say one word of the memory verse and then pass it to another who says the next word, and so on till the memory verse is said in full. Time how long it takes to say the memory verse and try and see how fast the group can say the memory verse. Try to beat the previous time.

Divide the memory verse up into sections then divide the youth group into smaller groups. Hand out a newspaper to each group and give 10 mins to slice up words and/or letters out of the newspaper to make up their section of the memory verse and glue onto a piece of paper. Awards for most creative.

14) Sing it (from p. 82 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Split into groups and have each group do the memory verse in a different music genre (eg. Advertising jingle, high school musical, rap, soap opera TV theme song, Opera, Country and Western etc). Record the songs if you have the technology and use them in the coming weeks to remember the verse.

Alternatively, use a memory verse song already written (eg. Colin Buchanan) to teach the memory verse. You can play the song on CD and sing along or play it live! (playing live might be best, because the CD can be a bit lame).

15) Pass the Parcel revision

Teach the memory verse to the group. Make a parcel with prizes in each layer. Have the group sit in a circle and pass the parcel around the group to each person while they say one word of the memory verse each out loud, whoever has the parcel when the memory verse has been said through gets to unwrap a layer. Repeat the process saying the memory verse each time until all the layers have been unwrapped (some kids will miss out on a prize, but this will teach them that life isn t always fair they ve got to learn somewhere!).

16) Memory verse challenge (from p. 94 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

See who can recall both the memory verses for the term. For an extra challenge you can see how many verses they can recall from the year! Do this activity near the end of term, and even get them to do it in groups sometimes so they can work out the memory verses together by writing down as many as they can recall on a piece of paper.


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16 games and ideas to help memorise the Bible, Youth Group Activities,


16 games and ideas to help memorise the Bible

Mad gab phrases and answers

Great for youth groups and camps

Mad gab phrases and answers

Below are a whole stack of ideas that you might be able to use at your youth group or camp, to help people memorise parts of scripture, and have fun doing it!

Write the memory verse out on a piece of paper using only the numbers used to write the words in an sms message, ie. the numbers that correspond to the letters on the keypad. (Eg. 843 56733 = the lord ). Obviously there will be a number of words that will correspond to a pattern of numbers but that s all part of the fun for the kids to work out the memory verse. They can use their mobile phones for this game to help them work it out. Split the group into however many teams needed and if there is a person on each team who has credit and is willing to spend it, then you could say whoever is first to text the memory verse to the leader s mobile wins. Otherwise the winner can be whoever is first to decode it and write it out correctly.

This is a good game for introducing a new memory verse. Just like the card game Mad Gab from Mattel . It s a game of words and phrases, it s not what you say, it s what you hear. Say the words Day Leo Fur Rings a few times and you ll find you re saying. daily offerings! , just sound it out. Write up the memory verse in Mad Gab style (eg. Iron hot ash aimed off day goes bell = I am not ashamed of the gospel). If it s a large memory verse split it into sections (ie. If there are 3 sections to the memory verse then make 3 rounds to the game, and when a team has solved the first section, give them the second, and so on til they solve the whole verse). Players work in teams and compete against each other to solve the memory verse first, and when they have solved it, run up to the white board and write it out in full.

3) Human buzzer fill in the blanks (From p. 78 Programs 2 Go by Ken Moser)

This is a good game for introducing a new memory verse. Using a white board, put underscore dashes on the board for every letter in each word of the memory verse eg. Jesus wept = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. Divide everybody into 2 groups. Each group elects someone to be the buzzer and another to be the contestant. The buzzer sits on a chair out the front while the contestant stands behind them with their hands on the head of the buzzer, when they want to answer a question the lightly press the buzzer to make the sound for that team. The game is played in rounds so that the each person in the team has an opportunity to be the buzzer or contestant. When a contestant gets a question right they are allowed to select 1 letter of the alphabet (apart from vowels) to be uncovered on the board. Have special rounds where contestants are allowed to choose vowels or solve the memory verse. You will need to prepare at least 26 questions for the game and they can include bible questions, youth group questions, celebrity questions, etc.

4) Jigsaw Puzzle (from p. 75 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Write the memory verse on cardboard and then cut it up to form a jigsaw puzzle. Split everyone into groups and give one jigsaw puzzle to each group. The team that pieces the memory verse together first is the winner.

5) Pass the Parcel (from p. 79 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Hide a word of the memory verse in each layer of the parcel (with or without prizes). With music playing, pass the parcel around the group till the music stops and then unravel a layer of the parcel. Repeat till all layers are unravelled and all words have been revealed. Have the group place the memory verse in order and say out lout together.

Get 2 disposable paper bowls for each word of the memory verse. Write one memory verse word on each bowl (if it s a long verse write a few words) so that there is two sets of bowls with the complete memory verse in each set. Split into 2 teams and give one set of bowls to each team. Have each bowl filled with some sot of food (eg. Cereal, crumbled dry weet-bix, chips, custard, etc.) so that the word/s cannot be read underneath. Do a ready, set, go! and the team that finishes their food first, arranges the memory verse in proper order, and read it out is the winner.

Warning: You will want to check for food allergies among the contestants first, and let people sit out who really don t want to be a part of it.

Print off 2 copies of the memory verse on different coloured paper and put the words of the memory verse into about 5-6 balloons. Blow up the balloons and stick them to the wall. Split the group into 2 teams and give them some darts. The teams won t know which balloons will have their memory verse words in it. When all the balloons have been popped, the first team to arrange the memory verse and read it out is the winner.

Warning: Don t let kids go up to the wall until all the balloons have been popped and no one is throwing any darts.

This operates just like the Chinese whispers you played at school. Get everyone in a big circle (or into smaller circles if the group is too big, but the bigger the group the better for this game). Tell the memory verse to the first person in the group and then they have to pass it on to the next person by memory, and so on At the end of the group, see who has the memory verse most accurate. This activity will work as an introductory memory verse activity as well.

Ask the group what situations would it be useful to know this memory verse? and then draw pictures of those situations on the white board/butchers paper. The aim is for them to see how memorising the bible is useful in life. Alternatively, you can split them into groups to come up with their own situations and pictures, then present it back to the group.

Split into smaller groups and create a skit that demonstrates how the memory verse might be applied to a real life situation. This is much like Application Pictures except it s Application Skits !

11) Word for Word Relay (from p. 85 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Form teams for a relay race where each team member has to run up to the whiteboard and write one word of the memory verse (in correct order) until the entire verse is written. If time permits can do multiple rounds with different instructions e.g. Hop/jump to the whiteboard. Can also do with a memory verse jigsaw puzzle.

12) Throw and say (from p. 84 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

See who knows the memory verse, then write it up on the board. Get everyone to stand in a circle and have a ball to pass around the group. As you catch the ball you say one word of the memory verse and then pass it to another who says the next word, and so on till the memory verse is said in full. Time how long it takes to say the memory verse and try and see how fast the group can say the memory verse. Try to beat the previous time.

Divide the memory verse up into sections then divide the youth group into smaller groups. Hand out a newspaper to each group and give 10 mins to slice up words and/or letters out of the newspaper to make up their section of the memory verse and glue onto a piece of paper. Awards for most creative.

14) Sing it (from p. 82 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Split into groups and have each group do the memory verse in a different music genre (eg. Advertising jingle, high school musical, rap, soap opera TV theme song, Opera, Country and Western etc). Record the songs if you have the technology and use them in the coming weeks to remember the verse.

Alternatively, use a memory verse song already written (eg. Colin Buchanan) to teach the memory verse. You can play the song on CD and sing along or play it live! (playing live might be best, because the CD can be a bit lame).

15) Pass the Parcel revision

Teach the memory verse to the group. Make a parcel with prizes in each layer. Have the group sit in a circle and pass the parcel around the group to each person while they say one word of the memory verse each out loud, whoever has the parcel when the memory verse has been said through gets to unwrap a layer. Repeat the process saying the memory verse each time until all the layers have been unwrapped (some kids will miss out on a prize, but this will teach them that life isn t always fair they ve got to learn somewhere!).

16) Memory verse challenge (from p. 94 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

See who can recall both the memory verses for the term. For an extra challenge you can see how many verses they can recall from the year! Do this activity near the end of term, and even get them to do it in groups sometimes so they can work out the memory verses together by writing down as many as they can recall on a piece of paper.


16 games and ideas to help memorise the Bible, Youth Group Activities,


16 games and ideas to help memorise the Bible

Mad gab phrases and answers

Great for youth groups and camps

Mad gab phrases and answers

Below are a whole stack of ideas that you might be able to use at your youth group or camp, to help people memorise parts of scripture, and have fun doing it!

Write the memory verse out on a piece of paper using only the numbers used to write the words in an sms message, ie. the numbers that correspond to the letters on the keypad. (Eg. 843 56733 = the lord ). Obviously there will be a number of words that will correspond to a pattern of numbers but that s all part of the fun for the kids to work out the memory verse. They can use their mobile phones for this game to help them work it out. Split the group into however many teams needed and if there is a person on each team who has credit and is willing to spend it, then you could say whoever is first to text the memory verse to the leader s mobile wins. Otherwise the winner can be whoever is first to decode it and write it out correctly.

This is a good game for introducing a new memory verse. Just like the card game Mad Gab from Mattel . It s a game of words and phrases, it s not what you say, it s what you hear. Say the words Day Leo Fur Rings a few times and you ll find you re saying. daily offerings! , just sound it out. Write up the memory verse in Mad Gab style (eg. Iron hot ash aimed off day goes bell = I am not ashamed of the gospel). If it s a large memory verse split it into sections (ie. If there are 3 sections to the memory verse then make 3 rounds to the game, and when a team has solved the first section, give them the second, and so on til they solve the whole verse). Players work in teams and compete against each other to solve the memory verse first, and when they have solved it, run up to the white board and write it out in full.

3) Human buzzer fill in the blanks (From p. 78 Programs 2 Go by Ken Moser)

This is a good game for introducing a new memory verse. Using a white board, put underscore dashes on the board for every letter in each word of the memory verse eg. Jesus wept = _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. Divide everybody into 2 groups. Each group elects someone to be the buzzer and another to be the contestant. The buzzer sits on a chair out the front while the contestant stands behind them with their hands on the head of the buzzer, when they want to answer a question the lightly press the buzzer to make the sound for that team. The game is played in rounds so that the each person in the team has an opportunity to be the buzzer or contestant. When a contestant gets a question right they are allowed to select 1 letter of the alphabet (apart from vowels) to be uncovered on the board. Have special rounds where contestants are allowed to choose vowels or solve the memory verse. You will need to prepare at least 26 questions for the game and they can include bible questions, youth group questions, celebrity questions, etc.

4) Jigsaw Puzzle (from p. 75 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Write the memory verse on cardboard and then cut it up to form a jigsaw puzzle. Split everyone into groups and give one jigsaw puzzle to each group. The team that pieces the memory verse together first is the winner.

5) Pass the Parcel (from p. 79 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Hide a word of the memory verse in each layer of the parcel (with or without prizes). With music playing, pass the parcel around the group till the music stops and then unravel a layer of the parcel. Repeat till all layers are unravelled and all words have been revealed. Have the group place the memory verse in order and say out lout together.

Get 2 disposable paper bowls for each word of the memory verse. Write one memory verse word on each bowl (if it s a long verse write a few words) so that there is two sets of bowls with the complete memory verse in each set. Split into 2 teams and give one set of bowls to each team. Have each bowl filled with some sot of food (eg. Cereal, crumbled dry weet-bix, chips, custard, etc.) so that the word/s cannot be read underneath. Do a ready, set, go! and the team that finishes their food first, arranges the memory verse in proper order, and read it out is the winner.

Warning: You will want to check for food allergies among the contestants first, and let people sit out who really don t want to be a part of it.

Print off 2 copies of the memory verse on different coloured paper and put the words of the memory verse into about 5-6 balloons. Blow up the balloons and stick them to the wall. Split the group into 2 teams and give them some darts. The teams won t know which balloons will have their memory verse words in it. When all the balloons have been popped, the first team to arrange the memory verse and read it out is the winner.

Warning: Don t let kids go up to the wall until all the balloons have been popped and no one is throwing any darts.

This operates just like the Chinese whispers you played at school. Get everyone in a big circle (or into smaller circles if the group is too big, but the bigger the group the better for this game). Tell the memory verse to the first person in the group and then they have to pass it on to the next person by memory, and so on At the end of the group, see who has the memory verse most accurate. This activity will work as an introductory memory verse activity as well.

Ask the group what situations would it be useful to know this memory verse? and then draw pictures of those situations on the white board/butchers paper. The aim is for them to see how memorising the bible is useful in life. Alternatively, you can split them into groups to come up with their own situations and pictures, then present it back to the group.

Split into smaller groups and create a skit that demonstrates how the memory verse might be applied to a real life situation. This is much like Application Pictures except it s Application Skits !

11) Word for Word Relay (from p. 85 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Form teams for a relay race where each team member has to run up to the whiteboard and write one word of the memory verse (in correct order) until the entire verse is written. If time permits can do multiple rounds with different instructions e.g. Hop/jump to the whiteboard. Can also do with a memory verse jigsaw puzzle.

12) Throw and say (from p. 84 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

See who knows the memory verse, then write it up on the board. Get everyone to stand in a circle and have a ball to pass around the group. As you catch the ball you say one word of the memory verse and then pass it to another who says the next word, and so on till the memory verse is said in full. Time how long it takes to say the memory verse and try and see how fast the group can say the memory verse. Try to beat the previous time.

Divide the memory verse up into sections then divide the youth group into smaller groups. Hand out a newspaper to each group and give 10 mins to slice up words and/or letters out of the newspaper to make up their section of the memory verse and glue onto a piece of paper. Awards for most creative.

14) Sing it (from p. 82 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

Split into groups and have each group do the memory verse in a different music genre (eg. Advertising jingle, high school musical, rap, soap opera TV theme song, Opera, Country and Western etc). Record the songs if you have the technology and use them in the coming weeks to remember the verse.

Alternatively, use a memory verse song already written (eg. Colin Buchanan) to teach the memory verse. You can play the song on CD and sing along or play it live! (playing live might be best, because the CD can be a bit lame).

15) Pass the Parcel revision

Teach the memory verse to the group. Make a parcel with prizes in each layer. Have the group sit in a circle and pass the parcel around the group to each person while they say one word of the memory verse each out loud, whoever has the parcel when the memory verse has been said through gets to unwrap a layer. Repeat the process saying the memory verse each time until all the layers have been unwrapped (some kids will miss out on a prize, but this will teach them that life isn t always fair they ve got to learn somewhere!).

16) Memory verse challenge (from p. 94 Creative Christian Ideas by Ken Moser)

See who can recall both the memory verses for the term. For an extra challenge you can see how many verses they can recall from the year! Do this activity near the end of term, and even get them to do it in groups sometimes so they can work out the memory verses together by writing down as many as they can recall on a piece of paper.


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My sweet lil family consists of a topnotch, devoted computer nerd hubby who loves to spend time with his family, study about good principles and play only when necessary. He married a clean FrEaK who loves to make things beautiful, and loves anything that is bright, sparkly, fuzzy-soft and pink! We absolutely adore our precious angel girls, Faith and Mikkie, and are grateful we still have Faith with us.

** k I posted this up yesterday, woke up this morning suddenly and said aloud “Oh duh, I put the answers on!” haha Tim was like what are you talking about. So if you didn’t see it yet and hopefully I didn’t totally spoil it, here’s the game withOUT the answers. ) let’s see if YOU can guess them first!**

Who’s up for some fun ol’ Christmas Mad Gab? You ever played the Mad Gab game.
Puzzles consist of a set of unrelated words that, when read aloud, sound like familiar phrases, names, places, etc. in this case, Christmas related words/songs .

Well I was in charge of coming up with a game for my family Christmas party and decided on Mad Gab, Christmas style. Only problem was I could hardly find anything online. So most of these I made up on my own. It was actually fun to do, the following night my dreams were all in Mad Gab. lol
So if you want to have some fun and play, go ahead and leave your answers in a comment! Try to only answer a few so other people can have a shot at it. ) Have fun!

1. Oak Grissom Mistreat

2. Mill Can Goo Keys

3. wears then or the pull

5. TO US THIN I’D BEEF FORK WRIST MISS

6. THUG IF TOUGH THEM MADGE EYE

7. EGG WRIST MASK AIR ILL

8. DULL IT ELM HATCH GRILL

9. THUG WREN CHEWS TOLL CRISP MISS

10. THIN HUT CAR RACK HER HAND THEM HOW SKIING

11. Sigh Land In Height

12. Rude Olive Their Head Knows Rained Ear

13. Caw Dressed Deem Air Reach End Almond

14. A Wayne Aim May Injure

15. Lid Dolled Rum Herb Poi

16. Sill Verb Else

17. Far Oz Teethe Is No Man

18. Joint Tooth How Hurled

19. Fall Lease Snuff Eat Add

20. It Cay Map Pawn Amid Nigh Tickle Ear

21. Oak A Mocha Me Manual

22. Could Keen Gwen Senseless

23. Owe Calm Mall Leaf Hateful

24. Baugh huh mob ugg

25. Ah lisk alm ah liss bur eye ta

26. Pie neck own sand all he bear ease

28. taw elf duh haze off gear wrist moss

29. jay yack fur roast

30. fick keep putty ying

31. Par ants sir

33. neigh tv tea

34. jest an huts rows tea nig

35. bay beach ease huss

37. Sully abe else sir ink

38. sun know full ache

39. won sinner oiled ava dice tea

40. a bone thou stop

41. Quiz missle eye tis

42. bowl her ex purest

43. foreign twas age aisle dis pour in

44. oma forth a haul idea haze

45. Ear gum sand tack loss

46. his beak inn inked tool oogle ought lie grizzy moss

47. Late teds know

48. sane tab abe bee

49. sell air eyed

50. then eye tubby forker is mice

51. went her one twirl and

52. hits them host one turf vault I m off day ear

53. trudge dish shun

54. bathe lay aim

55. fur ache in say ants

56. thief hurst noah hell

58. pizza nerd goo twill tomb inn

59. Egg arrhythmia scare hole

60. cease owns creed dings

61. jean gulp ail raw hock

62. watch gile does the hiss

63. weave freak inks

64. ally wand fork wrist mosses mite who frowned heath

Created by: lAuRa at 9:43 PM

2 comments from awesome people.

Oh this is great! I ve been going through the list and was able to to figure some of them out. Do you have all the answers posted somewhere? I would LOVE to play this with my family at our Christmas party. Thanks!

I was going to wait to post the answers after people tried guessing, but doesn t look like anything s happening 🙂 Hope you have fun with it, our family had a blast!
Here are the answers:

OH CHRISTMAS TREE
MILK AND COOKIES
WHERE S THE NORTH POLE
garland
TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
THE GIFT OF THE MAGI
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL.
THE GRINCH WHO STOLE CHRISTMAS
THE NUTCRACKER AND THE MOUSE KING
SILENT NIGHT
RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER
GOD REST YE MERRY GENTLEMEN
AWAY IN A MANGER
LITTLE DRUMMER BOY
SILVER BELLS
FROSTY THE SNOW MAN
JOY TO THE WORLD
FELIZ NAVIDAD
IT CAME UPON A MIDNIGHT CLEAR
O COME O COME EMMANUEL
GOOD KING WENCESLAS
OH COME ALL YE FAITHFUL
BAH HUMBUG
ALL IS CALM ALL IS BRIGHT
– PINE CONES AND HOLLY BERRIES
SLEIGH
TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS
FIGGY PUDDING
JACK FROST
PRANCER
MISTLETOE
NATIVITY
CHESTNUTS ROASTING
EGGNOG
SLEIGH BELLS RING
SNOWFLAKE
ONCE IN ROYAL DAVID S CITY
UPON THE HOUSE TOP
CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
POLAR EXPRESS
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
FOR UNTO US A CHILD IS BORN
HERE COMES SANTA CLAUSE
IT S BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS
LET IT SNOW
SANTA BABY
SLEIGH RIDE
THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
WINTER WONDERLAND
TRADITION
BETHLEHEM
FRANKINCENSE
THE FIRST NOEL
STABLE
PEACE ON EARTH GOOD WILL TO MEN
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
SEASON S GREETINGS
JINGLE BELL ROCK
WHAT CHILD IS THIS
WE THREE KINGS
ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS MY TWO FRONT TEETH

We feel Heaven in our home, because someone we love is in Heaven.

Mikkie’s Song


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Christmas Mad Gab and Choose the Right Cup Singing Time!

Update: This went really well and was super fun for both the senior and junior primary activities. I highly recommend! The senior activity is not my most quiet activity since the children have to sound the words out to hear the titles, but it’s a lot of fun and can still be done in a reverent manner. I mentioned previously that I was debating how to choose the child and song for the Senior Primary Mad Gab game. I decided to just use a jar to pick a name and call a child up. The child then chose from a stack of papers, each with a different song on it. I then let everyone try to figure it out and raise their hands as they guessed the song title. It was fun to see how well the children participated in both the singing, and the activity to pick the next song. I think it really motivated them.

I have a different activity for Senior vs. Junior primary this Sunday, since the Christmas program will be running into Junior primary time, and since Junior primary children aren’t as advanced with their reading skills.

Senior Primary – Mini Mad Gab

This game is loosely based on Mad Gab, where players try to identify the “real” phrase, for example, the Mad Gab example I found on Wikipedia was figuring out that “These if Hill Wore” is really “The Civil War.” (Say the first phrase aloud if you’re confused, and I think it will start to make sense to you.) I have seen some funny commercials about people mishearing the lyrics of songs, too, so it will be great to start this activity by giving an example and explaining that the reason we focus on enunciation is that a line in a song that sounds familiar to us will sound very different to the people listening if we slur the words.

The premise for this game is simple: once children correctly interpret a song title, they sing it.

I am debating on different ways to uncover the songs right now. I might turn over a few at a time and let children raise their hand as they recognize a song. Or, I might let children choose an image to turn over the missing word. Or, I might let each class turn a song over, then confer together to figure out the song title. There are so many fun ways to do this.

Here are the “Mad Gab” versions I came up with for each song (with help from my clever husband, on whom I tested each version). I would love your suggestions if you have any other ideas too – some of these song titles went through four or five different versions.

Away in a Manger (#42)
A weigh inn uh main jeer

Christmas Bells (#54)
Chris muss bails

Have a Very Merry Christmas! (#51)
Half a varied Mary Chris Must

He Sent His Son (#34)
Eave scent hiss sun

The Shepherd’s Carol (Round) (#40)
Thud share pearls care ‘ole

When Joseph Went to Bethlehem (#38)
Window soft wind tuba the hem

Thank you to Primary Singing Time. a “retired” primary chorister who posted the below “Mad Gab” Christmas song titles in 2009. I made up all of the above Children’s Song Book versions but she covered the bases for me (and inspired this Sunday’s Singing Time) with her 2009 hymnal versions, below:

201 – Joint Tooth a Whirled – Joy to the World
202 – Oak Hum Haul Leaf Eighth Full – Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful
203 – Aim Jail Sweet Half Her Dawn Eye – Angels We Have Heard on High
204 – Sigh Lent Knight – Silent Night
204 – One Sinner Oiled Hay Fit Sit Tea – Once in Royal David’s City
206 – A Weigh Yin Hum Age Her – Away in a Manger
207 – Hit Cane a Pawn Thumb Hid Mike Leer – It Came Upon the Midnight Clear
208 – Ho Lit Tall Down Dove Bed Luck Hem – Oh Little Town of Bethlehem
209 – Heart Duh Hair Old Day Gels Seen – Hark! The Harold Angels Sing
210 – Whisk One Drink Caw – With Wondering Awe
211 – Wild Shape Heard Swatch Sheriff Locks – While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks
213 – The Fir Snow Well – The First Noel
214 – Eye Herd Thud Elf Song Crisp Messed Hay – I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day

Junior Primary – Your Favorite Christmas Song

I am expecting to have about 10 minutes in junior primary at the most, since the Sacrament Christmas program will go long so I am going to keep it simple by modifying a game I have done before:

I will have three cups and three different colored pieces of paper, wadded up. One color represents that I pick the Christmas song that we will sing next. One color represents that the child’s teacher will pick the Christmas song that we will sing next. One color will represent that the child will pick the Christmas song that we will sing next. I will call a child up to the front of the room, remind them of what each color represents, then cover each color with a cup. I will then move the cups around very quickly and then ask the child to choose a cup. Then, based on what color he selects, either the child, one of the teachers in that child’s class, or I will choose a Christmas song to sing. That’s it!

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