Photos of BIBLE SKILLS & GAMES Workshops and game equipment.
Learn more about the Bible Skills and Games Workshop in the Rotation Model.
Adapting board games to stories and playing them in large format is a
popular technique in the Bible Skills and Games Workshop.
Note the over-sized die!
Notice the Books of the Bible on the above shelf and the Bible study resources in the bookrack. Study tools and discussion skills/techniques are especially emphasized in this workshop.
The above pictures were an early game board at FUMC, Ann Arbor, MI. It was made by sewing different colors of fabric squares onto a king-sized sheet. (Okay for a small group of kids but as the program grew the number of kids grew!)
Later the folks at FUMC in Ann Arbor made one by painting on a canvas drop-cloth.
Here the kids are playing a Cranium-like game and one team has to create something out of Play-doh that represents the story.
Notice the MAP in the background. Many Bible Skills and Games Workshops feature Bible maps which are out where the children can absorb content even after the lesson is over.