Bible Drill Summary

You might consider the following approaches to using a Bible Drill in your Christian Children's Ministry Sunday School class.

Strategy 1 - The whole class looks up the same verse.
You call out the verse and each student looks for the verse and signals when the verse is found.
The signal could be a raised hand, one clap, standing up, etc.  Use a different signal for each verse to add variety and make it fun.
Either the teacher or the student can read the verse.
Summarize the meaning of the verse in words the children can understand.
Repeat with another verse.
Strategy 2 - Works well with older students.  Each student looks up a different verse.
Select a topic below and write a different verse on individual slips of paper.
Let the students draw a slip of paper from a box.
When you say go, each student looks for his or her verse and signals when the verse is found.
When the first student signals, number that student 1, the second student to signal is numbered 2, and so on until all students have found the verse.
Let each student read his or her verse, beginning with student 1.
As each verse is read, write a summary of the meaning of the verse on the board.
After all verses have been read, review all the verses.

Topics for Bible Drills

Faith
The Healings of Jesus
God's Protection
Qualities of God
Things About Jesus
Trust
People Blessed by God
God's Promises
 
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