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Bible Class Curriculum for Sunday School, Youth Groups, Children and Home Schools. Elementary Class, Junior High, High School, Home School by F.L.

Bible Class Curriculum for Sunday School, Youth Groups, Children and Home Schools

Booth Churches and individuals are welcome to reprint these books, but they may not be placed on any other Web site. For more information, please read our Copyright Notice. F.L. Old Testament Bible Class Curriculum The Beginning (Year 1, Quarter 1) This thirteen lesson Bible class curriculum covers: The Creation, Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Noah, the Tower of Babel, the Call of Abram, Abram and Lot, Abram is Promised a Son, Abraham is Visited by Angels, Sodom and Gomorrah, Hagar and Ishmael, and Abraham Offers Isaac (PDF file size: 1.1 MB). The Patriarchs (Year 1, Quarter 2) This thirteen lesson Bible class curriculum covers: Isaac and Rebekah, Jacob and Esau, Jacob Receives Isaac's Blessing, Jacob's Dream, Jacob and Laban, Jacob Meets Esau, Joseph Is Sold, Joseph In Prison, Pharaoh's Dream, Joseph Reveals Himself To His Brothers, and Jacob Moves To Egypt (PDF file size: 1.1 MB).

Moses and the Exodus (Year 1, Quarter 3) Sunday School Lessons for Children. Free Bible Crafts and Bible Activities from Christian Preschool Printables. Bible Alphabet ChartsWe have a great set of printable alphabet charts you can use in your classroom.

Free Bible Crafts and Bible Activities from Christian Preschool Printables

These are full sheet printables, and you can customize the size by changing your printer settings. You might want to make them half a sheet, or four to a sheet for flashcards. Bible Alphabet Charts PrintBible Alphabet Charts Cursive Bible Timeline CardsStarting a Biblical timeline with your children is a great way to give them a historical foundation to back up their beliefs.

I can tell you from personal experience that a lack of understanding leaves a child questioning who, what, why they are here. Children's Torah Club. Illustrated and produced in Israel, Children's Torah Club can be used in conjunction with the adult Torah Club material, or as a stand-alone activity program for children, with the assistance of parents or teachers.

Children's Torah Club

Ideally, as a parent or teacher, you can do your personal studies from any of the Torah Club volumes, and then use what you learned to teach the children. Your children will be proud to learn Torah along with their parents. The Children’s Torah Club can also be used by Congregations or Home-schooling groups. The Children’s Torah Club (CTC) is presented as a weekly activity in the form of 8-page booklets. Each booklet is based on the contents of the weekly Torah portion, and teaches Torah principles from a messianic perspective, through questions and fun filled activities, puzzles and games. The program also contains a Hebrew lesson for every letter in the aleph-bet, all related to the specific Torah portion. Download one sample 8-page booklet. A Journey of Discovery. Homeschool Resources in Creation Science. ABC, I Believe Christian Homeschool Curriculum-Bible Study for Kids and home school.

Are you and your children tired of the same old routine?

ABC, I Believe Christian Homeschool Curriculum-Bible Study for Kids and home school

Are you tired of paperwork, paperwork, and more paperwork? Put a little excitement into your school day with these fun and creative ideas. You will find included in each Bible lesson: 1. Bible Memorization - Children memorize one Bible verse each week. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Free Bible Lessons for Homeschool! Lessons A, B, C and D are free sample lessons. See Comments about these lessons. Note: You do not receive printed material. These lessons are available to members of Danielle's Place included in the yearly subscription for $23.95 Other Home School Resources Teaching Home School Children With Special Needs Parents with special needs children often find that public school systems just can't meet their children's needs.

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