Kindergarten - Kids take turns rolling the box once then adding the piece of armor that’s facing up when the box stops rolling, to their game board. First one to be fully dressed in armor wins.
Elementary - Kids take turns rolling the box once then adding the piece of armor that’s facing up when the box stops rolling. First one to be fully dressed in armor wins. Each player may use all three of the game aids, one time during their turn, in the game. Keep track of what players have chosen using the tracking card included.
1. Quote Ephesians 6:13-17 - take a piece of armor from the extra set.
2. Name all the pieces of armor - the next person has to miss a turn.
3. Name all the pieces of armor and what each piece represents - free turn.
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