ENTERTAINING Memory Verse Games

ENTERTAINING Memory Verse Games

To make learning Bible ideas fun, we love to use engaging games and memory verse activities. Here are seven great memory verse games for kids to help them memorize bible verses. These are suitable for any verse and are ideal for parents, teachers, and Sunday School Lessons for children of any age who are able to read. Use these hands-on bible verse games with kids in kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, and sixth grade.

To make learning Bible ideas fun, we love to use engaging games and memory verse activities. Here are seven great memory verse games for kids to help them memorize bible verses. These are suitable for any verse and are ideal for parents, teachers, and Sunday School Lessons for children of any age who are able to read. Use these hands-on bible verse games with kids in kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, and sixth grade.

Verse Memory Games


It is critical for children of all ages to develop the practice of remembering Bible texts. It is not only a command, but also a necessity for practical living to keep God’s word hidden in our hearts. How can we obey God if we don’t understand what he wants? When we don’t have examples, how can we tell others about God’s love? If we don’t know about salvation, how can we explain how someone can be saved and live with God forever in Heaven? Because practice makes perfect, children require a lot of it. We have a range of interesting, interactive Memory Passage Games to help you memorize any Bible verse quickly and easily. These bible verse games are appropriate for kids in kindergarten, first grade, second grade, third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, and sixth grade.

Verse Games from the Bible


With these fun, hands-on bible memory game printables, kids may practice any Bible verse. These Bible verse activities are appropriate for children of any age who can read since, as we all know, practice makes perfect! Which of these seven Bible memory games are you going to attempt first?

In our Free Sunday School Lessons section, you’ll find additional fun Bible crafts, kids activities, memory verse games for non-readers, free printables, and more.

Learning Review Game with Puzzles Verses from the Bible

Review of the Puzzle Game
Complete puzzles are required for these bible verse memory games. I recommend finding these at a yard sale or in the Target dollar area for a quarter. The 24-48 piece puzzles are just fine for us.

Finish the puzzle and turn it over. Then, for each puzzle piece, write one (or two) words to fit the whole memory poem. To encourage them to keep practicing, place them in a ziplock bag.

Memory Game with Dominoes
Print a word from your selected bible verse per label for this memory verse game for youngsters (we use Avery 8160). Now, place each label on a domino, making sure that there is no overlap on at least one side so that they can stand up.

Kids enjoy putting up the dominoes to form the verse and then knocking them down when they’re finished!

Review of a Lego Bible Verse

Bricks are used in this popular bible verse memory game to practice putting any Bible verse in ourder. Make a block of Lego pieces similar to the one seen above. Make the top line blank so that the kids can see how broad the block should be. Put one word on each Lego piece with a sharpie.

The memory poem will have to be pieced together word by word by the children.

Note: We used a variety of Legos that we found at garage sales.

Memory Verse Game with Index Cards

The first step in this simple memory verse game is to write one word of your memory verse on an index card. Continue until all of the words have been written. Place a pile of the words (all mixed up) on the floor next to a line of masking tape.

Along the masking tape line, the kids must place the index cards in sequence from beginning to end. This is a cooperative biblical memory verse game that is a lot of fun.

Bible Verse Memory Game with Post-It Notes

Memory Game using Post Its
This memory verse activity is a kid favorite since it’s so simple to put up! Simply write one word on each post-it note and stick them on the wall in any sequence you like.

The children will re-stick the post-it notes on the wall to re-arrange the biblical verses.

Bible Verse Rolling Game

We found the six most prevalent terms used in bible verse games online and slipped each of those words into the side of the cube. Now type the verse, omitting the six most common words and leaving blank lines where they appear. (I recommend making the verse large enough to fit 2-4 copies of the scripture on each page.)

The children will take turns rolling the dice and writing the word on one of the blank lines. The kids should keep going until the verse is finished. You can also encourage kids to work together to accomplish this game by letting them to all add the word that is rolled by anyone.

Bible Memory Verse Practice on a White Board

Dash on a White Board
This bible memory game is interesting to play with two teams in a competitive setting.

Teams will be given a memory verse with primarily blank lines in front of them.
Teams can use one white board with a line in the middle or two white boards with one board per team to do the same or different verses.
To play, teams form a line and members sprint to the front one at a time to add one word to the board. They sprint back, and the next member of the team sprints up to add another. The game will continue until one of the teams has completed their review memory verse.

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