Preteens love playing these cool games as they learn
about being trustworthy messengers of God’s Word.
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- Snow Sculptures-Form groups of five and have
preteens build sculptures in the snow to represent their favorite
Bible story, such as Daniel in the lion’s den or Noah’s ark. (If
you don’t have snow, use shredded paper on a plastic tarp.)
- Igloo Building-Lay out a tarp in a large room
and provide a bag of ice cubes for each group of four. Then give
preteens 10 minutes to create a unique igloo.
- Melting Race-Form pairs and give an ice cube
to each twosome to try to melt as quickly as possible. Give the
winning pair a box of Hot Tamales candy.
- John 3:16-Form groups of five and provide a
bag of ice cubes for each group. Have preteens read the Scripture,
then each write one word in ice that summarizes what it means to
them. After your icy activities, read aloud Proverbs 25:13.
Talk about how beautiful snow is after it falls or how refreshing
ice is on a hot summer day. Then remind kids what a powerful impact
they can make at school and in their communities for Jesus when
others can trust them to share God’s truths.
This article is excerpted from Children’s Ministry Magazine.