Print out the alphabet on a set of index cards. Make sure that there are extras for the most common letters (several E’s, R’s, T’s etc.) Kids should not be able to see letters through the back of the card. Lay out the letters of a book of the Bible, face down. Kids take turns guessing letters by saying a food that starts with the letter they want to guess. For example, “I sure am hungry for some Grapes!” (G) If there is a G in the book of the Bible, flip that letter card over. Play until kids guess the book. This is a basic skill game that helps kids recognize the correct spelling of the books of the Bible as they practice saying them to win the round! Use this lesson on a day that you want to emphasize a special meal in the story.
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