Funstuf

By Catherine Carter


New Testament Matchup

Match each person, place, or thing with its description. There will be two unused answers.

1. Timothy’s mother (see 1 Tim. 1:1–2, 5).

 

a. speck, chip, or splinter

2. What the River Jordan flows into from the north and out of from the south (see Bible Dictionary—Jordan River.)

 

b. Sea of Galilee

3. Where Jesus preached after calling His disciples (see Matt. 4:heading, Matt. 4:23.)

 

c. Peter

4. Definition of a mote (see Matt. 7:3, note b.)

 

d. Deborah

5. Apostle who denied Christ three times before the cock crew (crowed) (see Luke 22:55–62.)

 

e. Denarius

6. The little man who climbed a sycamore tree in order to see Jesus (see Luke 19:2–6.)

 

f. Galilee

   

g. Zacchaeus

   

h. Eunice

Body Blessings

Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after _____________ for they shall be filled (Matt. 5:6).

To complete the beatitude, cross out the items on the list that are bad for our bodies. The first letter of each of the remaining items will spell out the missing word. Then look up 3 Nephi 12:6 [3 Ne. 12:6] and compare the two verses to see an example of the “plain and precious things which have been taken away” (1 Ne. 13:40).

Wine

Cigarettes

Marijuana

Raisins

Tomatoes

Squash

Illegal Drugs

Eggplant

Nuts

Ice Cream

Tea

Beer

Grain

Chewing Tobacco

Enchiladas

Coffee

Oranges

Spinach

Honey

Ukrainian Goulash

Spaghetti

Wise Words from the Bible

Nine Bible sayings are hidden in this square. To find one of them, choose a number from one to nine. Starting at the left of row A, write the letters under that number in order by rows. Next, separate the letters into words, and the saying will appear. Then choose a different number and start again.

Irish Shamrock Wordfind

Find these words that have to do with Ireland by reading up, down, forward, backward, and diagonally.

               

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Changing Instruments

This game for six or more players comes from Chile. The player who is It leaves the room, and a leader is chosen from among the remaining players. The players sit in a circle, and It returns. Each player makes the motion of playing any musical instrument he chooses. From time to time the leader gives a signal, and everyone changes to some other instrument. When It catches the leader giving a signal, the leader becomes It, and the game starts again with It leaving the room while a new leader is chosen

Kidding Around

  1. 1.

    What has eighteen legs and catches flies?

  2. 2.

    What is the hardest thing about learning to ride a bicycle?

  3. 3.

    What kind of jam can you be in, but not eat?

  4. 4.

    What never asks a question but is always answered?

  5. 5.

    Why isn’t your nose twelve inches long?

  6. 6.

    Name one room you can’t enter?

  7. 7.

    What can travel around the world and stay in the corner?

  8. 8.

    What kind of pictures can you get on your car radio?

Answers:

(1) a baseball team, (2) the pavement, (3) a traffic jam, (4) the telephone, (5) because then it would be a foot, (6) mushroom, (7) a postage stamp, (8) cartoons (car tunes)

A-maze-ing Rabbit

Find your way to the rabbit’s heart.