“LDS ABC Game,” Friend, Mar. 2000, 23
You will need: a marker (such as a button) for each player, a die, and the alphabet cards cut out from page 26.
Mix up the cards and place them face-down in a pile. Everyone places his/her marker on the center square, “Something you are thankful for.”
In turn, each player rolls the die and moves that number of spaces in any direction, but only in one direction.
The player then draws the top alphabet card and says something that starts with that letter in the category on which he/she has landed.
If the player gives an acceptable answer, he/she keeps the alphabet card. If the player does not give an acceptable answer, the alphabet card is returned to the bottom of the pile.
Play continues for either a set period of time or until all the alphabet cards are used. The winner is the person with the most alphabet cards.
Created on the third day (Moses 2:9–13)
A place in the Book of Mormon
Something in the sky
A part of Primary
A person in the Old Testament
Something your family enjoys doing together
A way to help someone
A place in Church history
A word in one of the Articles of Faith
A place in the New Testament
A General Authority
Something in your garden
A name on your family history sheets
Something you are thankful for
A Primary song
Something in the meetinghouse
A person in the Book of Mormon
Something people do at church
A book in the scriptures
Something good for our bodies
An early Church member
A member of your ward or branch
Something in rivers or oceans
A beauty of the earth
A person in the New Testament
Something we might study at church
A place in the Old Testament
LDS ABC Game Cards