Scripture Scribes: Words for Men of Honor and Women of Grace
This volume reinforces character traits through dictionary and Biblical definitions, quotations, Scripture and copywork of quotes and verses. Ideas for extension activities are included. Uses ESV, KJV, NIV (1984), NET, NASB, and NKJV. 1/4” lines, 120 pgs.
Suggested for high schoolers and adults. (cursive)
Scripture Scribes is a series meant to combine handwriting and copy work using Holy Scriptures. This title: "Men of Honor, Women of Grace" asks "What is Honor?", "What is Grace?", "What is Mercy", "What is Love" etc. Then the lesson proceeds to answer the question with wonderful quotes and verses from Scripture, which the student write. Ample space is provided for much practice. "Men of Honor, women of Grace" is aimed at the Upper level student suggested for grades 7 - 12, however, you may choose to use it for other levels if it fits your student's needs. This title is presented in cursive. High schoolers and adults.
This series will help to develop children’s handwriting skills and plant God’s words in their hearts. Using Biblical concepts and Scripture, this program starts with learning letters, and then progresses to manuscript and traditional cursive handwriting (uses a capital Q that looks like a 2 and joins letters at the bottom line). The series also mingles copywork, handwriting practice, and Scripture memory with Biblical history content. Each level of this program features beautiful covers, typical book print style for introducing Scripture, and the trace-and-then-practice format on writing lines (includes median dotted line). Parent educators will also find enough variation to meet individual desires: in layout, binding, Bible versions used, history discussed, and tasks. See each book description for distinctives. Each volume clearly identifies Bible versions. Your student will find enough consistency and direction to make this a fairly independent program (for all but beginning writing levels). Most volumes provide 30 lessons, designed for 4 days per week. Unless noted, most books are portrait format and perfect bound (needing some assistance to lay flat).
Start young ones with Scribbler to Scribe. Letters are introduced in order of difficulty, attached with a drawing: J for jet; X for Xylophone, etc. These early levels start with tracing lines and capital letters on 13/16” lines, then upper and lower case in alphabetical order—each with a couple activities, ending with tracing words and Bible verses on 13/16” lines. The material includes things to draw and do that start with each letter. All are nonreproducible, and vary by length. pb. ~ Ruth