Printable Easter Story Trivia Game

Easter is April 20th this year.

Easter is such an important holiday in our home, if not THE most important.  It’s crucial for our children to know and understand why we celebrate this occasion.  It’s not all about the Easter bunny and Easter eggs.  It’s the special time of year when we celebrate our Lord Jesus Christ and what He did on the cross for us.

Yes, my kids hunt for Easter eggs and eagerly dig through their Easter baskets on Easter morning, but we like to keep those activities and all our festivities during this time of year focused on Christ.  We fill our eggs with scriptures and items representative of the Easter story; we fill our baskets with Bibles, Bible storybooks, and devotionals (okay, and some candy); and we enjoy making Christ-centered craft projects.

Printable Easter Story Trivia Game

One way I like to really get the kids to dig into the Easter story is to play an Easter story trivia game.

Several years ago for Easter, I put together an Easter Story Jeopardy-style trivia game for our Junior Church class to play.  Back then I simply wrote it all out on index cards.  This year I’ve decided to spruce it up a bit and share it with all of you.

Simply print out the game, cut it out, and then either pin all the pieces to a cork board or tape them to a door or wall (check to make sure you won’t peel the paint first).

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The game has 5 categories – People, Places, Numbers, Crucifixion, and Hodge Podge, with 6 questions in each category.  The questions increase in difficulty as the point value increases, allowing for even the littlest family members to play (so save the easier ones for them – hint, hint).

The question and answer (in smaller type and upside down) are on the back of each card along with a scripture reference.

If you are a Jeopardy fan, you may be disappointed that I didn’t write the ‘questions’ in the form of an answer and vice versa, but that format can be hard for younger children to grasp, so I just stuck with the regular Q & A format.

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When I made the game I just printed it out on paper, but if you’d like the game to last longer, you should consider printing it out on card stock and perhaps laminating it as well.  To print the game from front to back, print out pages 2-11 and then put the paper back in your printer and print pages 12-21.  Since printers vary, and if you are unsure which way to put the paper back in to print on the opposite side, you might have to play around and experiment to get it to print from front to back.

Easter Trivia 2I hope you and your family enjoy playing this Easter Story trivia game, and I hope it helps you to keep your focus on Christ this Easter season.  Have a blessed Easter.

[Download the Printable Easter Story Trivia Game here]

What things do you and your family do to have a Christ-centered Easter holiday?




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  1. Tina Wilkerson says:

    I found your Easter Trivia game on Pinterest! Thank you for sharing it! I going to use it for my 3rd & 4th grade Sunday School class! This would be great to change up and put Q & A’s about our 6wk unit studies, as well. It is very versitile!

  2. Sharon Walker says:

    Hi! I found your trivia game on Pinterest and have just printed it out to use with my third grade Sunday School class today! Thank you SO much for sharing your hard work!! {{{hugs}}}

  3. I am hosting Easter dinner this year at my house with family and friends. Typically all the excitement is over the egg hunt… but i have a feeling this year will be different with your awesome trivia game!!!! Thank you so much for sharing this. Not only will it be educational and fun – but we will be discussing the true meaning of Easter! That is a priceless gift! THANK YOU SO MUCH

  4. Mariann Brown says:

    What an amazing game! My 10th grader loved it as much as my 3rd grader did!

  5. Alicia Le says:

    This is a wonderful activity that I am planning to use for the youth at church during Children’s service. Thank you so much for this. :)

  6. This is a great activity! I plan on using this on Easter Sunday for my class of young women. Reading through the questions I noticed that in the crucifixion section there are two cards with the same question. I’m not sure if that’s how it’s supposed to be or if it is a mistake. I just wanted to let you know. Thank you again.

  7. It warms my heart to hear that you were all blessed by this game. I enjoyed making it!

  8. Great. Love it. As a family, we are looking for better ways to approach Easter. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Thank you so much for this printable. I plan on using it for Children’s Church on Easter Sunday.

  10. Judy Searles says:

    I love this idea! I’m looking forward to using it in our Sunday School class. :)

  11. where is the story to use for this?

    • Hi Bianca! You can find the story in the Bible. I’ll include a list of the books along with the chapters in each book. Also, when you look at the question & answer cards (pages 12-21 of the printables), the book of the Bible as well as the chapter(s) are included at the top of each card. Matthew 21, 26, 27; Mark 14, 15, 16; Luke 24; John 18, 19; Acts 1.

  12. Rebecca says:

    Thank you for posting this game! It’s going to be awesome on Easter for my 3rd and 4th graders!

  13. Thanks for this game. I love it using for my 3-5 grade class.

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