Have fun matching up the two parts of each Book of Mormon character while answering questions about the different stories in the Book of Mormon. This game can be used anytime for an LDS Primary Lesson Activity or for Family Home Evening.
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This fun Primary classroom game or Family Home Evening game has 5 Book of Mormon Bingo playing boards and 16 individual picture cards. Using the provided "Book of Mormon" cover-up cards (or just use small candies), players take turns showing a picture card and then everyone covers that picture on their personal bingo card. The first player to get an entire row covered is the winner.
This fun Book of Mormon trail of books takes you through the stories of the Book of Mormon. By holding to the Iron Rod and listening to the lessons learned from the prophets, you travel from start to finish learning the important truths taught by these great people.
This easy to create talk is perfect when teaching about the different leaders in the Book of Mormon and what they did that teaches us to be better people. The creative and simple rhyming text makes reading this talk fun and interesting to listen to.
This is a fun pencil game where individuals write down answers that begin with certain letters of the alphabet. Much like the game of "Scatagories", the individuals try to think of the most unique Book of Mormon answers. This game is great for all ages in Young Women, Young Men, Primary or for Family Home Evening.
This fun card game has pictures of different Book of Mormon characters and objects that are cut in half and then shuffled and placed face down on the floor or table. Players take turns turning over two cards in an attempt to find the matching halves. Once all the matches have been found, the winner is determined by who had the most matches.