I have a really hard time finding good Bible study resources for kids!
I seldom liked the way Sunday School was taught to my young children, so we stoped going.
Most materials for kids’ Bible studies are geared for large groups like Sunday School or Christian school classrooms. Not much is available for individuals or homeschool use.
I tried to gather resources for Scripture memorization, Bible study, and character development, as well as handwriting practice, letter recognition, and more for my small kids to learn about the Bible.
Write Through the Bible by Luke and Trisha Gilkerson
Exodus, Psalms, Proverbs, Philippians, Prayers, and Creeds. Luke & Trisha’s Write Through the Bible program provides 131 days of handwriting, copywork and dictation practice along with Scripture memorization, and this set includes both the cursive and manuscript versions of the workbook.
The Dig by Patrick Schwenk
The Dig for Kids is a simple and easy way for parents to study the Bible with their children. The Dig takes the guesswork out of teaching with one-page lessons that consist of: The Map, an overview of each lesson; The Dig, the main passage of the Bible you will be reading and three or four questions that will help with discussion and review; The Treasure, the big idea of the passage being studied; and The Display, to help your child live out what he or she has just learned. Luke Volumes 1 and 2, Proverbs, and James.
Bible Study Guide
The Bible Study Guide was born in 1980 after Mary Baker, a mom of four children, couldn’t find a curriculum she felt would help her kids, and her church’s Bible class, learn and understand the Bible.
My kids liked working on the Bible timeline and fun activities.
Fact-based Bible curriculum for kids to stick figure through the Bible with a clear teaching plan.