Set up a large chalk board, or dry erase board in the front of the room. One by one, let each person illustrate a Bible story.  Divide into two teams and see which team can be first to guess the most stories.  The guesses do not have to be the exact wording, but should tell the main person and event.  It is a good idea to let the younger children go first and draw the easier stories, “Jonah and the Whale”, “Noah’s Ark” or “Daniel in the Den of Lions”.
Bible Stories to Illustrate
Jonah and the Whale

Noah’s Ark

Daniel in the Den of Lions

Joseph’s Coat of Many Colors

David and Goliath

The Birth of Jesus

Wise Men Follow a Star

Jesus Died on the Cross

Jesus Rose from the Dead

Jesus Calmed the Storm

God Creates the Heaven and Earth

The Story of Ruth

Queen Esther saves her People

Paul was Shipwrecked

Moses in the Bulrushes

Jesus Healed the Blind

Jesus Chose 12 Disciples

Joshua and the Battle of Jericho

Moses Receives the Ten Commandments

God Sent Manna to the Children of Israel

Delilah Cut Samson's Hair

Belshazzar Saw Handwriting on  the Wall

Samuel Heard God Calling in the Night

Jesus fed 5000 with 5 Loaves and 2 Fishes

Jacob’s Dream of the Ladder to Heaven

Jesus was Tempted in the Wilderness

Jesus Walked on the Water

Judas Betrayed Jesus with a Kiss

Stephen was Stoned for Preaching God's Word

Jesus Calmed the Storm

The Children of Israel Cross the Red Sea

Saul was Chosen to be the First King of Israel

The Queen of Sheba went to Hear Solomon's Wisdom

Ezekiel saw the Valley of Dry Bones