Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Let's Get Ready to Jumble!

The classic favorite Jumble puzzles are now available with Bible-based content just for kids! Bible Jumble for Kids by Christopher Hudson, is a great Jumble that relates to a Scripture passage listed on the Jumble page so that kids can read and learn about the Bible verse or story. This book includes a mix of six different types of Jumbles:
  • Traditional Jumbles
  • Mystery Person Jumbles
  • Jumble Detective
  • Jumble Criss-Cross
  • Find the Jumbles
  • Bible Passage Jumbles
Kids and their parents will have fun solving all 200 puzzles while learning more about the Bible.

Since receiving this book, the kids and I have had fun, unscrambling the words based on clues. Then we take the letters of certain words and unscramble them for the answer to the riddle for each jumble. I highly recommend this book for kids 8 and older and some of the clues can be a little challenging. These would be great for vacations, car trips, and daily challenges to make learning about the Bible that much more entertaining. I can also see using these at Sunday School and Vacation Bible School or Camp to add that element of fun to the day. There are 200 puzzles to complete with each one getting progressively more difficult.

For more information about this book including on where to purchase a copy, please click on the link below:


Now here is one for adults called Inspirational Zingers Jumble by Christopher Hudson. Just like the kids version this one is geared to adults. Even I had some challenges trying to figure out some of the more advanced jumbles towards the end. These are the perfect way to pass time waiting for the kids, in doctor's offices, or just a way to keep your brain in tip top shape.

Every day, millions of people enjoy Jumbles in newspapers across the country. Now you can enjoy these popular puzzles while being encouraged by inspirational thoughts from the Bible and wisdom from the world’s most successful people. Perfect for families, trivia buffs, and puzzle fanatics, Inspirational Zingers Jumble is packed with six different kinds of puzzles for hours of fun:
  • Jumbles
  • Double Jumbles
  • Mystery Person Jumbles
  • Word Search Jumbles
  • Super Jumbles
  • Criss-Cross Jumbles
For more information on this book, including on where to purchase a copy, please click here:


I received both of these amazing game books compliments of Tyndale House Publishing. For those of you interested, I am going to host a giveaway of the Bible Jumble for Kids book that will end on May 12th for one lucky winner. Simply be a follower of mine and leave a comment telling me what you favorite family game is.


Denise said...

I love puzzle books. Our favorite family game is sorry.

Kim @ Homesteader's Heart said...

Oh fun stuff. We love puzzle games, in fact our favorite game to play right now as a family is Blokus! It's great and my 7 year old kicks butt at it.

teddytrump said...

Finally a game that consist a bible in it, hope that developer will make this kind of game more :)

Danae Hudson said...

My mom sent my husband and I a game about Hong Kong and we like to play that one. But mainly Scrabble.

Skoots1moM said...

i LOVE word jumbles...
i play the ones from the daily paper as well as buy books to take with me when i am in a waiting room.
our favorite family game is RACKO!...and I recently bought FARKLE (which is also on facebook), it may become the new favorite.

Mich said...

Looks like a fun way to learn and test your bible skills.

Hope you are having a beautiful day!

Anonymous said...

I love puzzle books and being that it's of the bible makes it awesome!

Darcie said...

Very intriguing...I will have to check those out. We all need to work our minds around here. ;-)

Relyn Lawson said...

Guess what I just received in the mail. Thank you so much! How delightful! I'll read it just as soon as I'm finished with my visit to Daily, Texas. Do you know about Lisa Wingate?

Debby@Just Breathe said...

What a cute idea. Ilove Jumbles.

Frugal Tumbleweed Acres said...

Our favorite family game is Scrabble or Sorry if there are young ones.

Edie said...

I follow you! It's been a long time since I've played a family game but I love all kinds of games. I think Guesstures was the last one I played that I really enjoyed.

Edie said...

Oh, I would like to be entered in this contest too. My granddaughter would love this!