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Ask Me About It Game

Make Review a Fun Class Activity with the Ask Me About It Game

 
The Ask Me About It Game is similar to Twenty Questions. It asks players to figure out a particular aspect of their faith by asking questions that can be answered with 'yes' or 'no' responses.  The categories in the game are People, Ten Commandments, Sacraments, Church Articles (sacramentals), Parts of the Mass, and Prayer. This game encourages learning and teamwork when played with multiple players.  It is fun, easy to make, and great for all ages.

Students can also play this game in a charade style as well. Different colored index cards were used to represent the various categories in our preview picture.

Features of the Ask Me About It Game include the following.

Prayers featured in this game include Hail Mary, Our Father, Glory Be, Act of Contrition, Guardian Angel Prayer, Apostles' Creed, Sign of the Cross.

Parts of the Mass featured in gameplay include Liturgy of the Word, Consecration, Communion, Recession, Homily, Procession, Blessing.

People highlighted in the play include Joseph, Peter, Jesus, Judas, Mary, John the Baptist, Moses.

All seven Sacraments are included—Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, Confession (also includes Penance and Reconciliation), Marriage, Holy Orders, and Anointing of the Sick (Sacrament of the Sick).

Church articles included: Monstrance, Paten, Ambo, Altar, Sacristy, Chalice. Tabernacle, Mass Bells.

Ten Commandments highlighted in gameplay include: Remember to keep God's day holy, You shall not steal, You shall not kill, Honor your father and mother, You shall not lie, You shall not covet your neighbor's goods, You shall not use God's name in vain.

Age:  Gr. 2+
Focus:  Game featuring basics of the Catholic Faith
Theme:  Sacramentals, Ten Commandments, seven sacraments, basic prayers, People of the Bible, parts of the Mass, CCD class game

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  • Create Date June 16, 2013