We’ve compiled 5 fabulous Bible-based water games to beat the heat while learning more about God!
Certain things are synonymous with summer, and one that’s a sure hit with kids is water! Cool, refreshing, and fun—water is the perfect element when the sun scorches on a midsummer afternoon. And the Bible is brimming with stories that reference water—so it’s a great tool to drench kids’ faith growth!
Whether it’s an all-day water event at your church or a single activity to help kids cool off on a hot summer day, use these wet-and-wild activities to help kids have fun and refresh their faith.
Use this Bible game to help kids imagine the Great Flood. Kids will learn about Noah and the Flood through Genesis 7.
Ice Cold Toes is a cool Bible game that will help kids understand the value of the kingdom of heaven. Kids will learn about The Parable of the Hidden Treasure Matthew 13:44-46.
Play this Bible game to help kids re-create the battle between David and Goliath. Kids will learn about The Parable of the Growing Seed in Mark 4:26-29.
This is a great game to play at camp or at a church pool party. You’ll need a lifeguard and extra volunteers to monitor safety. Kids will learn about the story of Jonah and the Big Fish form Jonah 1.
This Bible game will teach preschoolers about growing in their faith. Kids will learn about the story of David and Goliath from 1 Samuel 17.
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