Add some fun to your Family Nights or Latter-day Saint church lessons with these fun Bible Bingo cards! Great for
Latter-day Saint Primary Lessons
Family Home Evening
10 different boards in two sizes with Latter-day Saint themed graphics that relate back to the Old and New Testament. Find designs such as David with his sling shot, Jonah and the Whale, and the 10 Commandments. Each board is 5x5. There is no free space in this version (but you could easily cross out the middle square if you so choose).
Calling Cards included and can double as a matching game!
Made in coloring book style so you can customize them yourself and for easy (and cheaper) printing.
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