As our family works to learn Scripture together, there are a variety of methods we have used to help make the Bible verses stick.

An easy and fun way to learn the verse of the week is to make a Bible verse puzzle!
Teach Your Child Scripture with a Bible Verse Puzzle!
I originally got this idea from Erica at Confessions of a Homeschooler. I used one of her verse puzzles as a guide and made some of our own!
 
We chose several of our memory verses for this activity. I created some puzzles in Publisher by adding a border around one or two words of the verse at a time. My six year old son colored each “puzzle piece” and then I helped him to cut them out.
 
Mix up the puzzle pieces any way you like and have your child put them in the correct order. This activity is best used after you’ve gone over the verse a few times.
 
See those concentrated expressions??  
 

This Bible verse puzzle is just one of the activities from my Scripture memory ebook, God’s Word in My Heart! This simple ebook, which contains Bible verses you and your children can commit to memory plus ideas for activities and songs that go along with these verses, is available in four versions: KJV, NASB, ESV and Variety of Versions for only $3.99! 

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17 Comments on Teach Your Child Scripture With a Bible Verse Puzzle!

  1. Sounds like a great book :) My husband and I used to be youth leaders a long time ago…(has it really been 10 years?!?)…and our youth group was mostly young, around 6-8th grade or so, and we did this with memory verses. We would do 2 of them and let them get in teams and see who could assemble their verse first.

  2. Jenn, I will be bold! I love this idea, and it reminds me of how I did this when ours were younger. Would you please share it on the ‘Encourage One Another’ link-up just out? I would like to feature it! And feel free to share always. I have always felt you contributed so much! Many blessings to you and your family :)

  3. Ooooh, I love this idea! I have kiddos who adore puzzles and this would work out perfectly. Thanks for sharing!

    blessings,
    Jamie

    (stopping by from The Better Mom.)

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