I adapted the game of Charades to help children learn about the seven days of Creation.
After teaching the Bible story of creation and reviewing the seven days and what was created each day, I divided the group up into groups of two. I put the numbers on a piece of paper to correspond to the seven days of creation, using each number twice and placing them in a bowl.
Each group of partners had to pick a number from the bowl and then discuss in pairs for 10 minutes how they would act out what was created to get the other teams to answer correctly. No words could be said, only actions.
When the correct day was answered the team who was correct had their turn to go act out their day of creation. Let all groups have at least one turn.