The child who sits in class like a zombie, showing no interest, will become automatically drawn into a Bible game. Or “Joe Cool” who wouldn’t be caught dead participating in any way can’t resist enjoying a fun game.
“A little bit of sugar makes the medicine go down,” sang Walt Disney’s Mary Poppins. Her point was that even things which are distasteful can be made pleasant – even fun! This same principle applies to children’s Christian education.
The primary purpose of Bible games is to review Bible facts, verses and concepts. Educational experts indicate that one-third of our teaching time should be spent reviewing!
Application of knowledge is vital for utilization. Reviewing helps learning become a meaningful part of a child’s life.