I’ll have to tell you: I’ve seen reviews of Grapevine Bible Studies for a couple years now and it just did not look appealing to me.
Then I had an epiphany: maybe it’s not appealing to me, but it’s really designed for my children, so shouldn’t they be the judge? I’ve been looking for a multilevel Bible study that we can all do together. This was totally what I was looking for and we love it!
And it certainly helped that I actually met Dianna Wiebe at the Utah Homeschool Convention. See my post about when I met Dianna. LOVE HER! She really knows her Bible and Bible history.
We got to review the multilevel Esther study and it was great with three girls! A Biblical fairy tale!
Here’s the info from the website:
Take your students back to the ancient Persian Empire and see how God used a young woman to save an entire group of people. This chronological study of the book of Esther will engage your student’s intellect and imagination!
Study the People:
- King Ahasuerus
- Queen Vashti
- The Jews
- Learn how Purim became a yearly celebration. Select a study for your students today.
Of course, Alex just wanted to draw on the board, but he was quiet and kind of listened and sometimes even answered questions in his cute little toddler way: “Je-shush!”
Isn’t Jesus always the answer?
I liked that we were asked at the end of each lesson: How do we see God in this? Made us think! It’s good to think.The girls loved the drawing. It really helped them learn the lessons and remember it. The review questions were spot on: not too difficult but made them think. Again, thinking is good.The timeline helped us all put it together and understand it. Very thorough and comprehensive lesson about a well-loved Bible story.