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Domino Game Lesson Idea

Summary of Lesson Activities:

Using Dominos - how can one sin lead to a domino effect.

Supplies Needed:

  • Dominoes
  • Masking Tape

Workshop Details:

  1. Tape a shape down on the floor (may need more than one if class is large). 
  2. Children will line the dominoes up along the tape. 
  3. Try to get each child a turn to line the dominoes up or start the dominoes falling.

Talk with the children about the fact that one sin leads to others and pretty soon it is hard to stop. Also, you could have a discussion about the idea that my sin does affect others.

If you have “extra” time you may want to play “God says” (like Simon says).

Kernel of another idea:
Working in groups, have teams design a 'picture' with dominoes that represents something from the story, or a group of "domino friends" or perhaps the word "sin".

Game idea from member Mary Amrick


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Last edited by Luanne Payne
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