Teaching our children about the Bible isn’t as hard as you might think! Our new Bible Journal and tips for using it is sure to be a help. Find out why…
Are you like me and have a hard time getting your children to complete their Bible studies each day?
I think I have something that will help you!
Getting your children into the word of God each day is very important but for some of us it may be something that we struggle with. It could be because our children are not great at remembering what they read. Your children may not be able to understand the words. Maybe it is that they just do not enjoy the current way they are studying.
For the while now I have been have been doodling and journaling during my quiet time. I have a very hard time focusing on words unless I write through them or draw them out. Being a very visual person it is helpful to me to have visual aids.
I decided that I would put together an easy to use Bible Journal for Children.
This tool will be helpful for them to use during quiet time to focus on their studies.
This pack includes:
- 2 fun designs to use
Tips for use:
- print them off and hand them over and let the creativity begin
- keep the back side of the page blank to encourage drawing or doodling
- print off the page back to back if your child doesn’t need the space for drawing
- have your children color their bible journal
- let them be creative and have fun
Once they see that it is fun to be in The Word each day they will be encouraged more and more to be in it!
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