Computers -- I believe Sunday Software's program Galilee Flyer has this verse in their Sermon on the Mount flight plan. Check it out at www.sundaysoftware.com
Moderator adds additional ideas:
a) memory verse - consider using Cal & Marty Scripture Memory Game CD
b) visual image - kids could recreate and add dialog to then consider using Kid Pix.
Games -- Seek sounds like a scavenger hunt to me. You could search for symbols of the kingdom of God. Depending on what's going on in your church, the search could be for real evidence of God working in your congregation -- an adult Bible study class, mission projects on the bulletin board, etc.
Drama -- Assign a word from the passage to student groups. Give them 5 minutes to come up with a PANTOMIME of actions that describe what Jesus is trying to say when he says, "ask, seek, knock."
Ask who? Ask what?
Seek what? Seek where?
Knock on what? What do you want opened for you? Why would God want to open it for you?
After everyone has done it once, re-assign and challenge them to come up with something better and richer in detail.
Movies -- How about some scenes from the Wizard of Oz. Ask -- Dorothy asking the scarecrow which way to go. Seek -- yellow brick road. Knock -- knocking on the gates of the Emerald City and initially being denied access, but let in when the gatekeeper hears their sad stories. The scene at the end of the Wizard of Oz where Dorothy learns that she has always had the power to return home, she just didn't know it. (The idea being that we always have the opportunity to turn to the One who answers prayer.) Do we NOT ask because we think we won't receive?
Art -- Door Knocker?
Science -- How to make a home-made magnifying glass or telescope to "seek".
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