Sunday Snapshot: Christmas Jeopardy Game

Sunday Snapshot: Christmas Jeopardy Game

Today, I wanted to cover the Christmas story in a fresh new way, so to begin, we read the Christmas Story from the Jesus Storybook Bible.  I’m not crazy about this Bible — I think the authors take a lot of unneeded liberties, but the pictures are very vibrant and this story was accurate, so we went with it.


Afterwards we played Christmas Jeopardy, a favorite among our kids!

In case you can’t see it, the categories are: Songs, Traditions, Events, Places, and Characters.

I made the “Characters” category pretty easy and only allowed 4-5 year olds to pick from that category (we have ages 4-9 in our Children’s Church program).  If you’d like all the questions, send me an email or leave me a comment and I would be happy to send them your way!

Christmas Jeopardy Questions

After the Jeopardy game was complete,  I quickly told the kids the legend of the Candy Cane based on this book:

Then we played a little Minute to Win It type of game using Candy Canes, but I’ll have to post more on that later!! 

Merry Christmas!

More Game Fun:

Comments

  1. Hi! Would love to have the questions you used if possible :)
    Thank you!

  2. Sure thing, Jen! I’ll email you now.

  3. Tanya Kirylchuk says:

    I would love to get the questions from you, if possible! It looks like a great game for children!
    Thank you! :)

  4. I would love for you to send me the questions to your Jeopardy Game as well—Thanks!

  5. Hey Tanya,

    Thanks for stopping by! I”ll send them to your email tomorrow!