The purpose of this activity: This is a strategic time to review and reinforce the content of the lesson.

Materials needed: DVD chapter “Super Sports Challenge” Lesson 2. Ask the following questions and then ask for volunteers to answer. If they answer correctly, hit “play” on the DVD. 1. Why is it important to follow instructions? A. Following instructions is always easier. B. People will like us more if we follow instructions. C. Following instructions will give you the best results. D. It isn’t important to follow instructions. 2. When should we follow instructions? A. All the time. B. Just when we’re at home. C. Sometimes at school. D. Never. 3. Where can we find the best instructions for life? A. TV. B. The Bible. C. Our friends. D. The internet. 4. What was the one play Rookie wanted to follow during the first part of the game? A. “Go long, I’ll pass it to you.” B. “Don’t throw the ball to me.” C. “Get the ball to me.” D. “I’ll just sit on the sidelines.” 5. True or false? During the first half of the game, whenever Rookie got the ball the All-stars scored a touchdown. A. True. B. False.

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6. In today’s Bible story, what was the question that the Pharisee asked Jesus? A. Are you the Messiah we’ve been expecting? B. What must I do to inherit eternal life? C. Is it right to pay taxes to Caesar or not? D. Which is the most important commandment in the law of Moses? 7. What did Jesus say were the two most important commandments? A. Love God, love others. B. Obey your parents, don’t lie. C. Don’t steal, don’t work on the Sabbath. D. Don’t eat too many sweets, brush your teeth. 8. Fill in the blanks from today’s Bible verse, James 1:22a “But don’t just ___________ God’s word. You must do what it says. Otherwise you are only fooling ___________.” A. Read, your parents. B. Teach, your pets. C. Listen to, yourselves. D. Forget about, your friends.

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