"Let the little children
come to me . . ."
|Yes, No, Maybe So
To review a lesson, make up a set of cards that bear objects in the story. For younger children, sketch or paste a picture of one person or object on each card. For older children, you may simply write the name of each object on a separate card.
If you'd just taught the story of David and Goliath, for instance, you might make the following cards: father, brothers, cheese, tent, bread, giant, king, lion, bear, sword, stones, sling, spear, shield, helmet, armor, etc.
Select one child to draw a card. Make sure the child recognizes the object represented by the card. Remaining children must ask yes/no/maybe so questions to try to guess the object. In the story of David and Goliath, for example, children might ask the following questions while trying to guess the word "tent":
When a student correctly guesses who the student
is, he or she draws the next card.