Do your children want to learn the Bibble? Do they fancy solving puzzles? If so, then “Bible Jumble for Kids” is the book for them. Read on.
This book by Christopher Hudson with Megan Chrans has an excellent presentation, and the contents are even better.
Through simple games of unscrambling the jumbles, the authors reinforce names, stories, and Bible passages.
You always have clues to help you unscramble the words and after that, for most of the puzzles, you are supposed to solve a second level challenge.
Be it an arrangement of letters to figure out an answer to a proposed title, or finding who the mystery person is, or playing detective and find a reply to a proposed question, kids are invited to use their minds and force their memory.
Our personal rating
Learn the Bibble while having fun working on puzzles.
A great book for kids and even adults that are interested in Christianity and also want to have a good time.
Bible Jumble for Kids
Children Non-Fiction Religious
May 1, 2010
Megan Chrans, Tribune Media Services, Tyndale
8 - 12 years
You also have some Crisscross puzzle and Find The Word types of problem.
All based on unscrambling words, every single game is centered on Bible characters, as well.
Overall this is an excellent entertainment that will keep you busy or will make a wonderful gift for a Christian person.
Non-Christian families that want their children to have a good overall ecumenical education may also find this book interesting.
You have a combined total of 200 puzzles of all the different flavors (usually 25 of each kind, except the first type that you have 75).
It took me an average of 5 minutes to solve each one. My daughters (14 and 12 years old at the time) stole the book from my hands, and they played for more than half an hour before I could recover it and they were able to solve some of the puzzles much faster than myself…
This is work is a Game/Word & Word Search book written by Christopher Hudson with Megan Chrans and published by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. in 2010.
They were kind enough to send me a copy for reviewing through their blogger book review program without asking for any favoritism in return.