6. May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable to You, Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer.
Rebus: Print the verse leaving spaces for the underlined words. Place a Velcro dot in each space. Attach the matching dot to the back of the pictures that will replace the words. Challenge the kids to place the pictures in the correct spaces.
7. God, hear my prayer; listen to the words of my mouth. Psalm 54:2
Break the Code: Print the verse in a symbol font. (Pizza Dude is a good symbol one)
8. The Lord is good to everyone; His compassion rests on all He has made. Psalm 145:9
Wrist Bands: Print the verse on separate silicone wristbands. Challenge the drillers to put a wristband on their arm and arrange themselves in order. (For a fun twist, write a different verse on the inside of the wristband so kids will need to figure out the correct words.)
9. Listen to instruction and be wise; don’t ignore it. Proverbs 8:33
Instruction Sheet: Print instructions that state to read the entire sheet before starting. List 20 tasks like; 5 jumping jacks, sing- Mary Had A Little Lamb. Last task is to sign the sheet and give it to the teacher without doing any other tasks. Watch how many don’t listen to instruction.
10. Even a young man is known by his actions- if his behavior is pure and upright. Proverbs 20:11
Ransom Note: Kids can cut letters and words of the verse from newspapers and glue to a paper. Option: You can make letter tiles and cut apart or purchase paper tiles from the teacher supply store.