The Great Gospel Escape is a printable escape room designed for kids ages Kindergarten to 5th grade. The goal is to explore the first four books of the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) through games, hands-on activities, and Bible reading. The challenges focus on parables, miracles performed by Jesus, and events from Jesus’ birth to his death. Ultimately, kids solve clues to decipher the “password” that lets them escape: The Great Commission from Matthew 28:16-20.
Kids will have fun and increase their Bible skills by finding and reading a Bible story, and then completing a challenge like a word search, memory game, puzzle, or more to earn a puzzle piece. Once they collect all 9 puzzle pieces, they connect them to learn about the Great Commission!
This activity is suitable for a children’s church service, mid-week club, family event, or any gathering of children that needs a fun activity. The challenges themselves take approximately 65 minutes to complete (~7 minutes per challenge), and if you also do an opening or closing time, this resource could take up to 90 minutes or more.
This download includes:
- Start Here Guide (PDF + .docx)
- Event Guide (PDF + .docx)
- Small Group Leader Packet (PDF + .docx)
- Station by Station Supply List (PDF + .docx)
- Printable Challenges for each station (PDF)
- Examples include trivia questions, Treasure Hunt, Word Search, Spell It Out Game, Offering Box Craft, Dove Origami Instructions, Prayer Popper, and more!
- Printable Signs for station doors and tables (PDF + .png)
- Great Gospel Escape Presentation Graphics (.pptx, .png)
- Great Gospel Escape Social Media Graphics (.png)
- 7-minute countdown video (.mp4)
This product is a digital download, which means you will receive a link to download the files after completing the check-out process. Please note: It is too large of a file to view on a mobile device.
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