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Bible Bucks Play Money Templates

These are perfect for Sunday School Classes or Vacation Bible School! Make your Bible Lessons super memorable by using these Bible Bucks as a reward for games, participation, or anything where a positive reinforcement gets your kids excited.

Use the “Word Sheets” or “Powerpoint Sheets” to customize the bills and put your church’s name on them. For generic Bible Bucks, just download and use the PDF sheets.

ONE

FIVE

TEN

TWENTY

FIFTY

ONE HUNDRED

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Right-click on the thumbnails below and select “ Save Target As ” or “ Save Link As ” to download each bill.

Suggestion: Use these for kids who bring bibles, new friends, or win games in class. Once a year or more, have a shop day where they can buy stuff with their Bible Bucks! (We usually have them right before Christmas, Mother’s Day, and Father’s day so they can buy gifts for others.) Kids love this and learn to take care of these like real money.

Downloadable and Printable Free Play Money Templates for Sunday School. These Bible Bucks are perfect for using in kids ministry as a way to reward kids for participation and good behavior. They also make great tools for games and object lessons.

Bible Bucks

Over the years teachers have expressed a need to incentivize their programs to encourage good behavior during class time. One such technique, with effective proven results, is the use of Bible Bucks. After all, who doesn’t like to be rewarded? Before class, teacher informs the children of the desired behavior to earn the Bible Bucks, such as listening attentively, raising hand to ask or answer questions, participating by answering questions, showing respect to other students and teachers, etc.

The teacher or class assistant doles out the Bible Bucks to behaving children during lesson time. Children must leave their money on the table and not play with it. If they misbehave by not following the expectations established before class, the money is taken away, one buck at a time. When the “sit-still” part of lesson time is over, and before moving on to the next activity, children put their $ into their “banks,” (index card holders or envelopes with their names written on them) and then store them away until the next lesson.

When a predetermined number of Bible Bucks are earned for desired behavior, the children can use the “money” to purchase prizes or other rewards the teacher has made available.

You may print as many Bible Bucks as you need for your students. Make sure to look up the Bible verse printed on the front of the Bible Buck! A donation to the site for use of this resource is appreciated!

Bible Bucks Classroom Incentive for Good Behavior in Children’s Ministry