Bible Board Games for Kids
Here, I'm listing all of the Bible boards games for kids I've found. These are only games that are based on the Bible, so if you're looking for a wider selection of Christian games for kids, please check my other pages.
All Aboard the Ark (Excellent)
I like this memory matching game because it's cooperative between two players as you help each other remember where the animals are and because there's a sense of urgency to it. If you flip over 10 Flood cards before you find all the animal matches, you lose.
The Apostles: Spread the Gospel Board Game (Fair)
This is a Chutes and Ladders type of game that uses events from the New Testament as the different spaces on the board. While I appreciate the idea, the simple text referencing the event isn't very appealing to children.
Chapter & Verse (Fair)
This is a great idea: exploring, solving puzzling, figuring out a puzzle. Unfortunately, the gameplay gets a little repetitive and boring.
Days of Daniel (Good)
This is a simple game to play with the kids. Collect the pieces of the picture as you review the events of Daniel's life and his prophecies.
Noah's Animal Rescue (Good)
This is a nice cooperative game for kids and families. The object is to get all the animals on the ark. The strategy is to get them there the fastest before the rain comes.
(Back of the box pic)
(Back of the box pic)
Noah's Ark: Don't Rock the Boat! (Excellent)
This is a very educational and thrilling game for children. They'll learn about the animals, about decision-making, and about estimating weights as they place differently weighted animal figurines on the ark, trying to keep it in balance longer than their opponent can. Each animal has a fact card that comes with it.
Operation: Noah's Ark Edition (Excellent)
There's not a lot of learning here, but practicing the coordination needed and feeling the excitement of Operation is always fun, and having the Biblical theme will at least help kids remember the story.
VeggieTales: Jonah - The Overboard Adventure Game (Good)
Walk Jonah through the steps of his story, as based on the VeggieTales movie version.
Get your kids thinking about how to make decisions from a Christian perspective with this simple but thought-provoking board game.
Do You Know of Any Other Bible Board Games for Kids?
Let me know in the comments so that I can add it to this list!