Kids love♥ this game and it’s so simple!!
All you need is a toy bow and arrow set and 10 plastic cups!
Our bow was one I found second-hand. The arrows and quiver we made. And the cups are just simple plastic cups. I typed up a list of sins and printed them off. Then I taped them onto the cups.
 The sins included:  Quick Tempered, Spitefulness, Argumentativeness, Immodesty, lack of self-control, Vanity, Dishonesty, Carelessness, Envy, Rudeness, Unfairness, Laziness, Selfishness, Hatred, Meanness, Disrespectfulness, Impatience, Pride, Greed, Self-centeredness
Here’s how we made our arrows and quiver
We wanted the arrows to be safe, so they wouldn’t hurt anyone if they were accidentally hit. NOTE: No bow and arrow set could be 100% safe so please watch that the kids are using them properly.
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Our kids had so much fun with this game!
And they sure learned a lot about how sin can be more than just the literal Ten Commandments.
God Bless,


  1. What a great game. I know my kids would love it!! Going to bookmark all your ideas so perhaps next year we can have an All Saints Party at our church. Jill L

  2. Hi Jennifer~ I just found your blog from Gardenia…lovely place you have here! Love these instructions for the quiver:)

  3. Hi Jennifer, you have the best ideas for teaching the faith. I'm so happy I've found your blog!

  4. Thank you everyone! You are all so sweet! ☺ ♥ God Bless!

  5. I love this! Did you know the Catholic Committee on Girl Scouts offers a patch for learning about St. Kateri Tekakwitha? This would be a great tie-in for our troop!

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