NPH launches online game for Children's Quizzing
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Kansas City, Missouri
Last year Dr. Digalot took quizzers to ancient dig sites from 1 & 2 Samuel. Now children can experience the stories on a completely different level. Nazarene Publishing House (NPH) is proud to announce its new Children's Quizzing online game.

"When I received the E-mail about the game I immediately went to the web site and tried it out," said Sherri Snead, Quizzing coordinator. "It was fun and I enjoyed the challenge. I have passed the web site on to all my quizzers. I'm so glad that Quizzing Central is keeping up with our culture by providing an online quiz game. It's another tool for our quizzers to reinforce what they have been learning. Great job Kansas City!"

Children's Quizzing is a six-year Bible study program with a competition element, designed for school-age children. This six-year theme is an archaeological dig on sites from the Bible. Dr. Digalot and his camel, Canteen, help point out Bible facts at each dig site along the way. Each of the six books contributes to showing students the overall story of the Bible, so they can see a complete picture of God's love and faithfulness. Currently, quizzers are studying 1 & 2 Samuel. God is the hero of the stories, as children discover His role in the life of the Israelites. In 1 & 2 Samuel, students will learn what it means to live for the King.

The game is essentially a digital version of the quizzing questions provided in the 1 & 2 Samuel Leader's Guide. Kansas City District Children's Quizzing Director Susan Cornelsen says, "The quizzing game found on is an excellent tool for learning and review. It provides good questions for understanding the content of the lessons, provides immediate feedback, and challenges the quizzer to move through the chapters of 1 & 2 Samuel.  Blue level quizzers and many red level quizzers would be able to read and navigate through the screens easily. With a little help, even a first grader could select the correct answer and move through the screens. I would recommend this game to anyone involved in Children's Quizzing - whether it be a competitive team, a Sunday School class, Wednesday night activity, or home schooling - it's an excellent and fun tool."

The game can be found at under the "Games" tab. To offer comments, suggestions, or to know more, contact the Children's Quizzing Editor Kimberly Adams at 816-931-1900 or at
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