It’s where we review the year’s stories, and see if the 6th graders are smarter than the rest of us! What’s it look like? Let’s review!
Everyone meets in the Social Hall and gathers in their grade groups. (These pictures are from former year-end Big Games. It’s an annual tradition!)
The 6th graders (and any adults) get to sit on chairs! But that doesn’t guarantee a winning answer for the 6th graders!
We work as grade groups to collaborate on our answers to those tough questions…
Bibles are allowed (but we better be fast!)
We take turns being the one to present our answer. Is it correct?
In review, here are the stories we’ve covered since last September (for the Big Game of 2014):
- Jesus, as a boy, in the Temple – Luke 2:41-52
- Abraham and Sarah – Genesis 12:1-9, 13:14b-18, 15:1-7, 15:18a, 17:1-9, 17:15-17, 18:1-15, 21:1-3
- The Wise Men – Matthew 2:1-12
- The Ten Commandments – Exodus 19:1-11, 16-19; 20:1-17; 24:1-2, 12-18; 31:18-32:24
- The Greatest Commandment – Matthew 22:34-40
- The Events of Holy Week – from Palm Sunday to Easter: Matt 21:1-13, 26:3-5, 14-16, John 13:4-15, Matt 26:17-30, 36-46, Luke 22:47-51, Matt 26:55-57, Luke 22:63-23:25, Luke 23:32-56, Matt 28:1-10
- The Walk to Emmaus – Luke 24:13-35
Help your kids by reviewing these stories.
And feel free to visit the Big Game and join in on the fun! (We’ll let you sit in a chair if you’d like.)
Photos are from my archives.
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