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LEGO Bible Verse Activity

6 Feb

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In 2014 The LEGO Movie became a box office hit as families everywhere clamored to go see the film that ended up grossing over $469.1 million around the world.

The sequel, The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, is arriving in theaters this weekend and is bound to be another smash hit.

Taking kids interest and weaving in a Gospel message is a great way to connect with children while presenting truth in a tangible way. Below is a free memory verse activity that uses LEGO to teach the importance of 1 Corinthians 3:11.

Building Block Bible Verse Activity

Main Point: Jesus is our foundation.
Verse: 1 Corinthians 3:11 (NIV)
Time: About 15-20min
Supplies: Building Block Bible Verse Activity Sheet

Say: “Raise your hand if you love LEGO’s (Wait for response). I love them as well! These building blocks are amazing as you can create anything you want out of them.

“If I built a tower out of LEGO’s I could make it incredibly tall as long as the structure had a strong supportive base. This is called a foundation. Does anybody know what that word means? (Wait for response). A foundation is the strongest structure that the building is built onto. If you have a weak foundation, a building might collapse. But if you have a strong foundation, the building will stay strong.”

“The Bible tells us that as Christians we have a strong foundation, his name is Jesus. Listen to what 1 Corinthians 3:11 has to say: ‘For no one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid which is Christ Jesus.’ Wow! No matter what we add about our knowledge, understanding, or faith of God, the most important thing to remember is that Jesus is our strong foundation.”

Hand out copies of the Building Block Bible Verse Activity Sheet (Downloadable at the bottom of the page). Allow kids time to cut out the bricks. After, have kids mix up the bricks and time them to see how long It takes to put the Bible verse in order. Help out as needed.

Building Block Bible Verse Activity

After say: “You all did a fantastic job with that activity. Why don’t we say the memory verse together one more time? ‘For no one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid which is Christ Jesus. – 1 Corinthians 3:11′. The next time you play with your LEGO’s I hope you remember that our strongest foundation is our Lord, Jesus.”

Download: Building Block Bible Verse Activity Sheet

How do you use LEGO’s in your ministry or at home as an object lesson? Comment below sharing your ideas! And for another free LEGO based object lesson, check out our other blog post The Lion of Judah

Bible Memory Activity: Hay in a Manger

19 Dec

Day 19: 25 Days of Christmas Ideas

Help your kids learn a Christmas scripture with this fun activity.

The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel- which means “God with us.”
Matthew 1:23


Box similar to a shoebox, paper, pen, scissors

Preparation: Write the Bible verse on the paper. Cut the verse into strips of paper to resemble pieces of hay. Place the hay into the box (the manger.)

Go over the memory verse with the children.

Have each child draw a piece of “hay” out of the “manger.” Work together to put the verse (printed on the hay) in order. Read it together out loud.

Excerpt from Dirty Jobs Bethlehem

Bible Memory Verse Game: Unwrap the Ball

19 Sep


Supplies: Leftover gift wrap, index cards, marker, tape


1. Write the verse on index cards, one word or phrase per card.

2. Make a fist sized ball with gift wrap. Tape together.

3. Tape one index card to the ball. Wrap the ball in another piece of gift wrap.


4. Tape another index card to the wrapped ball. Wrap in another piece of gift wrap.


5. Continue until all index cards are wrapped inside the ball.


To play:

Stand or sit in a circle. Throw the ball back and forth until the teacher says time. The person with the ball unwraps a layer and finds the card. They place it in the middle of the circle. Play continues until all the cards are found. Players should be rearranging the cards in the correct order as each new card is found.

Competitive play:

Make two balls and have teams compete to get the verse put together first. Pass the ball around the circle with each person unwrapping a card before passing to the next person.

Other ways to use this game:

*Wrap small toys/trinkets inside the ball.

*Wrap review questions from a Bible story inside. Each person getting the card must answer the question.

*Use as an icebreaker with fun questions to answer such as “What kind of animal would you be?” and “Where is the coldest place you have ever gone?”

What other ways can you think of to use this game?