Bible Jumble For Kids

June 12

My son enjoys doing word games with me.  He likes crosswords, anagrams, hangman, and more.  I found a perfect book for us to work in together or to keep him occupied while we’re waiting in the doctor’s office.  To top it off, the Bible Jumble For Kids are all centered on Bible facts, which will help my son (and daughter) in his (and her) Bible knowledge.  Each page includes the Scripture reference for you to look up and read prior to doing the word game, or to peek at for hints.

Book Summary:
Cover: Bible Jumble for KidsThe classic favorite Jumble puzzles are now available with Bible-based content just for kids! Each Jumble relates to a Scripture passage listed on the Jumble page so that kids can read and learn about the Bible verse or story. This book includes a mix of six different types of Jumbles:

Traditional Jumbles ~ Mystery Person Jumbles ~ Jumble Detective

Jumble Criss-Cross ~ Find the Jumbles ~ Bible Passage Jumbles

Kids and their parents will have fun solving all 200 puzzles while learning more about the Bible.

About the Author:

Christopher D. Hudson has contributed to many Bible reference and novelty books, including Bible Brain Busters, Mysteries of the Bible, and the What the Bible Says About series. He lives in northern Illinois with his wife and three children.

A Copy For Your Kiddos:

To purchase a copy for your kiddo(s), you can visit Amazon.com or your preferred bookstore.  Enjoy!
*I received a free copy of this book from the publisher, in exchange for my honest review.


  • Reply
    June 14 at 9:23 pm

    Do you know what version of the Bible this uses? Or does it not matter with the way the games are set up.
    I had a Bible crossword book I was using in class and had to quit because the answers weren’t the same because the book wasn’t referring to the KJV we used.

    • Reply
      June 19 at 5:57 am

      The copyright states it uses the new living translation, but the jumbles are mostly do-able without a Bible.

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