Monday, April 7, 2014

NIV Adventure Bible Memory Game by ZonderKidz

 
NIV Adventure Bible Memory Game
 
 
This fun-filled game app is a great way to teach your young child facts about the Bible.  It is also a great refresher for your tween child.  I spent several hours playing the games and exploring all the Bible Activities that are available, from reading plans to cross words and word search to printable Bible Verse Cards.  I couldn’t wait to introduce my 9 yr old granddaughter to this Bible game series.  Some of the categories she was able to breeze right through with, “hey that’s easy” to as she progressed with the levels, “this is not so easy”.  She knew all the books of the Old Testament before this game but after spending 2 days playing she now knows all 66 books of the Bible.  She couldn’t wait to test her knowledge against her dad.  It is a wonderful way to spend time with your children and grandchildren and watch them learn about God’s Word.
Leapin’ Lemur:  Leapin’ Lemur is similar to hangman.  In this game you will fill in the missing letters to complete the Bible verses. This is a great way to learn Bible verses. 
Truth Quest:  Bible trivia with over a hundred questions in number of categories in this multiple choice game.  The game is a timed game.  You will be given 3 clues to help choose the correct answer before the time runs out. 
Books of the Bible:  This game helps to put the books of the Bible in order learning small sections at a time.  It is a great way to learn without being overwhelmed by all 66 books at one time.
X Marks The Spot:  This game helps you recall important events in the Bible by dragging a flag to the correct spot on the map.  Every answer is worth 100 points.  If you choose an incorrect answer you will be given a clue and the option to choose another answer losing 25 points with each clue.
Leopardy: This game is a spin-off of jeopardy.  Here you will pick a category to test your knowledge of Bible trivia.  Just like on jeopardy, each category has multiple point options to choose from and even an option similar to the daily double so you can choose the amount of points you want to place before you answer the next question.  This is my granddaughter’s favorite game.
The other thing I didn’t care for was sometimes the game will freeze and you have to restart it. I also wish there were a few more Bible verses in Leapin’ Lemur.  All in all I give this game a definite 5 out of 5 stars. 
 As far as the learning aspect and all the Bible Trivia it is something I would highly recommend to any parent or grandparent who wants to teach their young ones an easy way to learn facts about the Bible.  Lots of fun-filled friendly competition went on in our home this weekend.  I am sure it will be a great way to pass time each time we see our grandchild.  
Disclosure: I was given a copy of this book by the publisher, ZonderKidz, for an honest review.   I was not required to write a favorable review nor was I compensated for my review. The opinions in this review are my own.


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