Each person answers each question and gets points for correct answers.


  • in any lesson where concepts and principles are easily found in scripture verses or quotes
  • or to review a previous lesson


  • a game sheet for each person (print it here), already filled in (which saves time in class)
  • mini white boards and markers (or another way for students to write down answers)
  • grid numbers written on papers (A1, A2, A3, A4, B1, B2, B3, B4, C1, C2, C3, C4, D1, D2, D3, D4)
  • up to 15 questions (16 questions would give everyone the same score at the end)

How to Play:

  • Let everyone pick their own game sheet. (They are all different.)
  • Ask a question (for example: read verse 1 and write down the 2 things it says about _____).
  • Have each person write their answer on a mini white board and hold it up to show you.
    • If you have class members that need more time than others to write out answers, then work out something different for them (like have them think of their answer and if it is similar to the one you say, they can give themselves points).
    • Note: You could have everyone wait and show you their answers at the end. Or you could have them show you as soon as they write it so if it isn’t correct they can try again.
  • When enough time has passed for them to answer the question give a 5-4-3-2-1 count down for anyone to finish showing their answer. Then share the correct answers.
    • Note: It would work to give them a set amount of time for them to answer each question instead, but this way allows you to see how the class is doing and give them more time if you see they need it. This way can help the focus stay on learning by actually finding the answers to the questions.
  • Pick out one of the grid papers and call out that grid number. If they got the question right they get the points for the symbol in that grid space.
  • Each person can keep track of their own score on the game sheet or white board.