- Chip can
- Decorative paper
- Iridescent pony beads
- Iridescent faceted beads
- Hot glue
- Clear plastic
- Mirror paper
- Awl (leader use only)
- Cut the decorative paper to fit around the outside of the chip can.
- Punch a hole in the metal end of the can.
- Cut a clear plastic circle slightly smaller than the lid.
- Glue the pony beads around the inside rim of the lid. Be sure to leave room for the lid to snap back on the can.
- Cut the mirrored paper to make a triangular cylinder. (Most chip cans need a 7¼-inch square.) Score the mirrored paper so it can be folded in thirds.
- Place faceted beads in the lid. Glue the clear plastic to the pony beads. This will hold the other beads in place but allow them to move around.
- Tape the decorative paper around the can.
- Fold the mirrored paper to form a triangular cylinder with the mirror on the inside.
- Slide the cylinder in the can. Replace the lid.
Kids are learning the books of the Bible each week in our church as we introduce each division through the year. Here is a Bible skill game I developed that can be played many different ways. It is perfect for early arrivers to play on their own or race the kitchen timer or in groups as a relay race or teams. The children will recite the books of the division or the Testament that you call as they find the right place on the game board. They can lay the card on the space or stand on the space since the mega game board is five feet wide. The new mega mats come with the New Testament board, Old Testament board, two complete sets of Bible book cards, instructions, and a bonus list of 15 games you can play with the cards only. Game boards and cards are shipped in a game box perfect for easy storage in any classroom. Always be teaching Bible skills to kids through fun games and practice so they are equipped for life to use their Bibles.