WE played the amazing race with 50 kids and they said it was the best game night ever. They were on teams of 4 and had to travel to 16 countries and complete the task there. We only spent $50!!!

We have done this but for the clues we have the students look up passages in the bible to find the letters. Example: In Genesis 12 - what did Abraham build? (altar) the students will find their envelop and next clue somewhere by the altar.

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T he Amazing Parable Race is a two-hour outdoor Bible game event. It's crazy-fun and an exciting way for children to learn about the Parable of the Sower from Matthew 13. 

Played similarly to the popular game show The Amazing Race ; teams hunt for hidden Bible verse clues to find items from nature that are in the parable. Teams must also complete challenges before moving ahead in the game. 

The Amazing Parable Race is a perfect warm-up to a season of studying the Parables of Jesus Bible curriculum. It's an experience they'll never forget!

The download includes: a teacher lesson guide, patterns for your Bible clues and challenge cards, color cover to make promotional flyers, and game tips for a successful event! The ideal age group is for 4th-8th grade.

In addition, when you purchase this downloadable Bible game event, you'll receive a 15% off coupon* to buy the digital combo-version of the Parables of Jesus--Vol. 1 & 2.

*The coupon is located at the back of the booklet.

“The Amazing Race” is one of television's most popular reality shows. Because of its popularity, it is also a common theme for birthday parties, company picnics and family reunions. Each team is required to complete multiple activities, and the first team to the finish line is the winner. Not only is this game entertaining, it will also instill in youth the concepts of working together toward a common goal and finishing the race they have begun.

Familiarize yourself with the show “The Amazing Race.” Watch past episodes by going to CBS.com. As you watch, take notes about events you would like to include and which things you would like to leave out. For example, you may decide to keep “Detour” and “Roadblock,” but eliminate “Fast Forward.”

Establish the rules. Since your game will be different from the show, and not all students will be familiar with it, you will need to establish the rules and provide a type-written copy for each team or player. Be thorough.

WE played the amazing race with 50 kids and they said it was the best game night ever. They were on teams of 4 and had to travel to 16 countries and complete the task there. We only spent $50!!!

We have done this but for the clues we have the students look up passages in the bible to find the letters. Example: In Genesis 12 - what did Abraham build? (altar) the students will find their envelop and next clue somewhere by the altar.

WE played the amazing race with 50 kids and they said it was the best game night ever. They were on teams of 4 and had to travel to 16 countries and complete the task there. We only spent $50!!!

We have done this but for the clues we have the students look up passages in the bible to find the letters. Example: In Genesis 12 - what did Abraham build? (altar) the students will find their envelop and next clue somewhere by the altar.

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1-800-CHRISTIAN

1-800-247-4784

(Outside the United States
and Canada Call: 978-977-5000 )

T he Amazing Parable Race is a two-hour outdoor Bible game event. It's crazy-fun and an exciting way for children to learn about the Parable of the Sower from Matthew 13. 

Played similarly to the popular game show The Amazing Race ; teams hunt for hidden Bible verse clues to find items from nature that are in the parable. Teams must also complete challenges before moving ahead in the game. 

The Amazing Parable Race is a perfect warm-up to a season of studying the Parables of Jesus Bible curriculum. It's an experience they'll never forget!

The download includes: a teacher lesson guide, patterns for your Bible clues and challenge cards, color cover to make promotional flyers, and game tips for a successful event! The ideal age group is for 4th-8th grade.

In addition, when you purchase this downloadable Bible game event, you'll receive a 15% off coupon* to buy the digital combo-version of the Parables of Jesus--Vol. 1 & 2.

*The coupon is located at the back of the booklet.

WE played the amazing race with 50 kids and they said it was the best game night ever. They were on teams of 4 and had to travel to 16 countries and complete the task there. We only spent $50!!!

We have done this but for the clues we have the students look up passages in the bible to find the letters. Example: In Genesis 12 - what did Abraham build? (altar) the students will find their envelop and next clue somewhere by the altar.

Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon.com. When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.

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1-800-CHRISTIAN

1-800-247-4784

(Outside the United States
and Canada Call: 978-977-5000 )

WE played the amazing race with 50 kids and they said it was the best game night ever. They were on teams of 4 and had to travel to 16 countries and complete the task there. We only spent $50!!!

We have done this but for the clues we have the students look up passages in the bible to find the letters. Example: In Genesis 12 - what did Abraham build? (altar) the students will find their envelop and next clue somewhere by the altar.

Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon.com. When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.

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