“Scripture Pictures Game,” Friend, Nov. 2008, 24–25
To play this game, you will need: scriptures; 1 die; 1 playing piece for each team; paper; pencils, pens, or crayons; timer, watch, or clock. Divide into teams and put the playing pieces on Start. The first team rolls the die and moves its piece that number of spaces. If the space doesn’t have a scripture, do what it asks you to do or answer the question. Everyone on the team can participate. If the space has a scripture, one person on the team looks up the scripture, reads it silently, and then has one minute to draw what is described in the scripture. If that person’s team can guess what the picture is, that team takes another turn. If a team lands on a scripture that has already been read and drawn, the team can roll again.
What are two ways you can show reverence?
What are three reasons you love your family?
Read or recite the first article of faith.
Name three things you can do to serve others.
Everyone sing “Book of Mormon Stories.”
What are two ways you can be a good friend?
Name something you like about going to church or Primary.
What temple is closest to you?
Sing a Primary song together.
Say one nice thing about each person on both teams.
Can you name four ancestors?
Tell your favorite scripture story.
Tell about a scripture you like.
Hum a Primary song. Can your group guess what it is?
Everyone sing “I Am a Child of God.”
Name one thing you have learned about President Monson.
Everyone sing “Follow the Prophet.”
What is your bishop’s or branch president’s name?
Which of the five senses do you like to use?
Smile for one minute.