100 Bible Games (With Videos) Kids Will Love in Sunday School

Bible games

Check out these Bible games for kids! Kids love playing these Bible games in your Sunday school, midweek program, children’s church, or even at home. We scoured the internet (and Pinterest) for the very best Bible games–and by that we mean active, fun, and meaningful! Your kids will love these 100 Bible games!

Kids love playing these bible games in Sunday School!

Bible Games for Kids

Animals on the Ark Bible Game
Kids find their animal partner by making animal noises. (video tutorial)

Belly Laugh
This silly Bible game called “Belly Laugh” reminds kids that God loves a joyful heart.

Carry the Ark Game
Kids play this relay Bible game to learn about 2 Samuel 6.

Cord of Three Strands Game
Kids will play this Bible game to learn how they need each other. (video tutorial)

Daniel, the Lion and the King
Kids play this Bible game to learn more about Daniel in the lion’s den. (video tutorial)

Fishing for Men Game
Kids play this Bible game to learn how Jesus wants them to reach others.

Floor Is Lava
Tie this Bible game into Matthew 4:1-4 and 1 Corinthians 10:13.

Fruit of the Spirit Game
Kids play this fun Bible game to learn the fruit of the Spirit. (video tutorial)

Focus Game
Kids play this Bible game to see that God’s blessings are everywhere.

Gratitude Game
Kids play this Bible game to give thanks to God.

Human Knot Game
Kids form a knot to learn that they work together in the Body of Christ. (video tutorial)

I Need a Savior Tag
Kids play this Bible game to help kids see that they need Jesus. (video tutorial)

Listening to God
Kids play this Bible game to learn how God spoke to Samuel–and how they can listen to God.

Mercy Chair
Kids play this Bible game to learn trust and working together. (video tutorial)

Name Game
Kids play this Bible game to learn one another’s names. (video tutorial)

Noah’s Ark Tag
Kids will form pairs during this fun Bible game of Tag. (video tutorial)

Noodle Ball Game
High-energy fun you can create almost anywhere. All you need are pool noodles and a bit of tape.

Protect David Game
Kids play this Bible game to learn about how Jonathan protected David. (video tutorial)

Protect Your Heart
Kids play this game to learn how to protect their hearts. (video tutorial)

Rain Game
Play this Rain Bible Game with younger children to help them have fun “making rain.”

Ready Your Feet Bible Game
Kids play this Bible game to learn about the armor of God. (video tutorial)

Running on Thirsty Game
Teach children about the woman at the well from John 4 with this active Bible game.

Ships & Sailors
Kids play this version of Simon Says with a pirate theme. (video tutorial)

Shoe Enough
Kids play this Bible game to learn how easy—or difficult—it might be to walk in someone else’s shoes.

Skittles Ice-Breaker Game
Kids use candy to get to know one another. Yum!

Spelly Socks
Get your kids thinking and moving with this fun Bible game!

Stationary Soccer
Preteens play this Bible game to discover wisdom based on Psalm 37:23-24.

Trash Toss
Kids play this Bible game to earn why trusting God is important through Jonah’s experience.

Trust Game
Kids play this Bible game to learn about following the voice of the Lord. (video tutorial)

Ultimate Cup Showdown
Fun Bible game for any group size. (video tutorial)

Wash Tag
Kids play this Bible game to learn about serving based on John 13:1-17.

Zacchaeus, What Do You See?
Preschool children play this Bible game to learn about Zacchaeus.

And more Bible games…

4 Sunday School Games for Preschoolers from Classroom.synonym.com

5 of the Best Large Group Games from kidminmama.com

10 Bible Blast Games from Children’s Ministry Magazine

10 Easter Minute-to-Win-It Games from Children’s Ministry Deals

10 Active Indoor Games That Help Kids Grow Their Faith from Children’s Ministry Magazine

12 Super-Fun, Easy-Prep Sunday School Games Your Students Will Love from Path Through the Narrow Gate

17 Just-for-Fun Games from ChurchLeaders.com

More Bible Games

Bible Games Online

Here are some great Bible Games online that kids can play. You have to enable flash to make them work. If you don’t know how to enable flash, just google “how to enable flash” and it will show different options for different browsers.
Noah’s Ark Memory Game – This is easy and perfect for toddlers.
Cain & Abel – This is an easy drag and drop puzzler. You can adjust how many pieces you want in the puzzle.
Animal Skins, Bible Animals, and Bible Characters – The first level is easy but the second level jumps pretty deep.
Moses & The Egypt Adventure – You use the left, right, up and down arrows for this. You make sure Moses captures the 10 commandments but avoid the Bad Pharaoh!
Spot the Difference – My little kids love this game! What’s the difference in the picture of Moses and The Burning Bush? It’s not as easy as you’d think. You really have to look!
Coloring Online – Save trees! Kids love pointing on colors and clicking to drop them onto the online picture.
Fruits of the Spirit Word Search – You only get 5 minutes to find all of the fruits of the spirit in this online Bible game word search!
Bible Themes and Characters Word Scramble – You need to arrange letters to reveal the unscrambled answer by clicking and dragging letters. You can use the “hint’ feature if you get stuck! I had to use it. It’s pretty hard!
Bible Trivia Quiz: The New Testament – Example questions include:

  1. “What chapter is known as the chapter of love?” (Answer; 1 Corinthians 13)
  2. “Who ate locusts and wild honey in their wilderness lifestyle?” (Answer; John the Baptist)
  3. “In the book of Matthew, it says that the gate that leads to life is…” (Answer; Narrow)
  4. True or False “Both Jesus and John walked on water together.” (Answer; False)
  5. “What is the sixth book of the New Testament?” (Answer; Romans)
  6. Tue or False “Philemon is a book from the New Testament.” (Answer: True)
  7. “When Peter described Christ’s return to earth, what color did he say the moon would return?” (Answer; Red)
  8. “Speaking to the multitudes, Christ said: “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will…” (Answer: Be filled.)
  9. Who was known to ruggedly clothe himself in camel’s hair and a leather belt? (Answer; John the Baptist)
  10. In the book of Revelation, where does the river of life flow from? (Answer; from the throne of God and Jesus Christ)
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Christine Yount Jones
Christine Yount Jones is Content Director for Outreach Media Group. She has published several books and hundreds of articles about ministry in the last three decades. Before his death in 2003, Michael Yount and Christine had three children. Now, she and her husband, Ray Jones, together have five grown kids.

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