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Escape Temptation Board Game

Use this game anytime you are talking about being tempted to sin and how we should escape temptation.  We used it while studying 1 Corinthians 10:13, but you could use it while teaching about the life of Joseph or the temptations of Jesus, or even the Fall.  Our kids really enjoyed it.

Materials: Board game, dice, cards (you can take enough so you can let groups of 2-4 have their own game.)

Directions:  Have the kids take turns rolling the dice.  If they land on a spot with an T, then they are facing temptation.  They must draw a card and see what temptation they are facing. Then, they roll the dice.  If they roll a 1-3 they get to draw an “escape” card, but if they roll a 4-6, they give in to the temptation and sin and must draw a “consequence” card.  Once every player gets to the last spot the child with the most “escape” cards is the winner.

PDF file for instructions:

Escape from temptation board game

Game board and cards:

Board: Escape Temptation game board

Temptation Cards: Escape Temptation Game Temptation game cards

Escape Cards: Escape Cards

Consequence Cards: Escape Temptation Game consequence cards

For a complete Bible Study Lesson, which includes this game, click here: http://armsfullofgrace.com/2017/10/18/337/

2 thoughts on “Escape Temptation Board Game

  1. Game looks like fun but I’m confused. It makes reference to 3 different sets of cards: temptation, escape and consequence. I only see 2 to print: temptation and consequence (plus the game board). I’m confused. Can someone please clarify as I’d like to use it this coming Sabbath.

    1. Hi Donella, no wonder you were confused. I did not post the “escape” cards when I originally posted the game, but I fixed it and they are there now. Thank you for pointing that out. I hope that clears up any confusion. Please let me know if there are any more questions or problems. I hope your kids love it like ours did! God bless you. Sincerely, Jessica

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