BibleLine Card Game - Book of Exodus Chapters 1-14
The fun, 15-minute game where each player builds a line of cards in verse order from the Book of Exodus. This family activity enables one to six players to learn the Bible narrative in a fun, game format.
15 minutes of playtime for 1 to 6 players; ages 7 and above
108 Illustrated, Bible event cards (standard 2.5" x 3.5" playing cards)
Fun family or youth group activity with free downloadable lesson plan and activity sheet
Modern English translation from original Hebrew
Advanced & trivia rules for continued play
Do you know your Bible verses? Test your knowledge with this game. As you play the game you naturally read verses and put them in order. You learn the narrative without even trying. Perfect game to play with your family or youth group to advance your knowledge of the Book of Exodus (chapters 1 - 14).
Multiple Ways to Play
As you master the narrative, the advanced rules allow you to increase the difficulty. The game can also be played among players with different knowledge levels. The game includes rule variations and trivia options providing hours of replay value.
BibleLine Lesson Plan - Exodus Chapters 1-14
OVERVIEW & PURPOSE
Use the BibleLine card game to learn and review the Exodus from Egypt story as found in Bible book of Exodus chapters 1-14. See below for a way of using these cards to learn.
Game based learning
Short term objective:Students will learn and review the order of the Exodus story by engaging in an interactive timeline game.
Long term objective:Students will develop a passion about the Exodus story as they gain familiarity with the storyline.
BibleLine Card Games: one game per group of 1 to 3 students. Students can work independently through the activity sheets at their own self-directed pace or grouped together with other students.
Activity Sheet: for each student group.
Informal Assessment - Teacher will observe the class to ensure that the proper rules are being followed.
Informal Assessment - Teacher will notice the amount of improperly placed cards.
Self-Assessment: Have students place the full deck of cards in their proper order. Subsequently they can check their answers by checking the back. Students can track their progress with the sheet provided below.
Take Home tasks: Students can take cards home to study the story and chronology of the story.
Formal Assessment - Teacher can give individual assessments using the same assessment mechanisms.