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Game - Psalm 150: ‘Crow, bark, bleat, moo for the Lord?’

Can animals worship God as well?

A fun idea / creative activity to help the children reflect on all creation worshiping God in the Bible book of Psalms...

This idea is part of a complete Sunday school lesson on Psalm 150.  It will help the children in your Sunday school lesson, youth ministry, Bible lesson, children’s church or children’s ministry to reflect on this powerful Bible passage.

What do you do:

Read psalm 150 together. Look together at the sentence ‘Everything that is alive praise the Lord’.

- How do animals sing for the Lord?
- Would they be allowed to crow, bark, bleat and moo for the Lord?

Crow bark bleat moo for the Lord a creative activity on Psalm 150 for your Sunday school lesson kidmin VBS youth ministry childrens church childrens ministry

A few things you could do with this are:

* Animal noise game:

What do you need:
- a room that you can make dark.

What do you do:
Make sure the room is dark. Ask the children to hide in it. 

Each child chooses their own animal noise. Get them to make their noise while they are hidden.

One child has to ‘listen’ the others out of hiding. If they guess which animal it is and who is making the sound, then that child will have to come out of hiding.

* Guess the animal:

What do you need:
- a cd with animal noises, or an app with animal sounds on a phone. Use the sounds of the mammals.

What do you do:
Ask the children to guess which animal they are going to listen to. Give them 10 sounds and ask them to list what they have heard. 



Tags: Games , Worship

Scripture reference: Psalm 150
You can use this idea in a: Sunday School lesson, Sunday school class, children's ministr, Messy church,, kids time, craft's time, kids ministry, children's ministry, kids church