DOCTRINE & COVENANTS BINGO PRINTABLE GAME!
⭐️ Use this LDS church history & Doctrine And Covenants game to help your kids engage with the scriptures and learn the memorable people and places of the Doctrine & Covenants.
It's a great way to supplement and have fun with Come Follow Me for Doctrine & Covenants! Or anytime you need a fun activity at home or church.
This game is great for primary, primary activities, Young Women, family night, Sunday School, or anytime!
★ Bingo Game: There are 10 different Bingo cards (2 per page), plus calling cards. Use chocolate chips, fish crackers, raisins, or even rocks to mark the spots. The first person to get five in a row wins!
(If you have more than 10 kids in your group, make multiple copies of each page. This is fun because more kids get to win in less time.)
You only have to buy it once, and you can use it forever and ever. 😉 You can print as many copies as you want or need.
*You can purchase this game at a massive discount as part of the EPIC Doctrine & Covenants Games & Activities Kit, found HERE.
Illustrations for this kit came from Susan Fitch Design on Etsy. The graphic design came from Chrissy at Ministering Printables, also on Etsy or www.MinisteringPrintables.com.
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✱You will receive this printable game in pdf format.
PLEASE NOTE: No physical item will be shipped. The customer is responsible for downloading, printing, and assembling. Printed colors may vary slightly from what you see on your monitor, simply because the colors on computer monitors vary due to settings, lighting, etc.
*** Personal & Church Use ONLY
Question? Please email me anytime at chrissy[at]ministeringprintables.com.
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