The Resurrection Clue Hunt Review

I’ve discovered one of my favorite Easter Games: The Resurrection Clue Hunt! This fun game is made by Kidology, and it is designed for families or children’s small groups so that they can play a live detective game, Easter-style! Check out the description of this fun game:

<i>Resurrection Clue Hunt</i> Game“Resurrection Clue Hunt is an adaptation of a classic deduction game. Ideal for use in small groups facilitated by a leader, this lesson-based game helps to uncover the many aspects of Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection story. You and your fellow explorers are searching for clues that tell the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection. However, 3 clues are missing!

To win this game, you must discover which PEOPLE clue is missing, what LOCATION clue is unknown, and which OBJECT clue is needed to complete the set. During this adventure, as explorers hunt for clues, companion devotional “Fact Sheets” feature Bible verses, discussion questions, and teaching applications. This process illustrates how the clues fit together to shape the resurrection story!”

Sound interesting? You can take a closer look at it in the Kidology Store!

Giveaway:

I am also going to giveaway one copy of the game to one lucky winner! To enter the contest, simply do both of the following:

  1. Like “KidminTools” on Facebook.
  2. Leave a comment sharing how you would use this game.

That’s it! I will pick the winner a week from today. Good luck to you all, and don’t forget to pick up a copy of this game for your children’s ministry.

  • Sounds like fun. I have a small group of kids in children’s church, and I would use it with them.

  • I am not exactly sure how I would use this game. And I feel guilty writing this since I won the Christmas game! But if I did win this game I have several ideas as to how I would use it. 1. On Palm Sunday following our Palm Sunday breakfast. 2. Let the teen Sunday School class try it out. 3. Have the teens come and play it with the elementary kids after Palm Sunday breakfast.

    • Tara

      I’ve wondered the same thing. Could it be adapted in a large setting with several small groups going through rotations? Love the idea, just trying to figure out how to implement it!

      • Steven Knight

        Great question! I’m going to refer you to the creator of the game, Karl Bastian. I think you can reach him via kidology.org.