Teacher Manualsare now available in a print format. The same helpful information previously available on CD-ROM is now available in a convenient 3-ring binder. There are suggestions for 3, 4, and 5 day a week lessons, a scripture memory program, and an accompanying music program. The music program teaches students hymns and choruses to complement the lessons and are taken from the booksSing & Be HappyandTreasury of Hymn Histories. Lyrics are printed in the back of the teacher manual. The35 lessons include vocabulary, objectives, character trait activities, lesson quizzes and small-format student pages with answers.
This study teaches that when God gives a command, He also provides a promise. Blessing can follow obedience as God graciously fulfills His Word. Students will study the life of Moses through the Book of Exodus, witnessing the tribulations and victories of the Israelites as they learn to trust God.
35 Lessonsone for each week in an average school year
Weekly Scheduleoutlines for three-, four-, and five-day-a-week Bible classes
Target Truthscore learning objectives for each lesson
Teaching Strategiesnotes on presenting a lesson's material effectively
Life Principles and Character Trait Activitiestools to encourage life change and character development
Read-Aloud Storiesfictional narratives applying biblical lessons to today
Weekly Quizzesone per lesson; answer key included
Scripture Memoryoptional plan for verse memorization
Music Curriculumoptional monthly schedule to introduce new hymns and choruses
- Student Manual Pagesfacsimiles of the Student Manual pages with answers filled in
This printed edition of the Teacher's Manual ships in a sturdy three-ring binder.
Each grade has a different focus and presents concepts that will enhance a childs life by building their Bible knowledge which in turn should strengthen their relationship with the Lord.
Kindergarten - Teaches children about God through the lives of major characters from both the Old and New Testament: Adam and Eve, Joseph, Moses, Jesus, Zacchaeus, and Paul are just a few. Activities help children comprehend and apply Bible truths.
Grade 1 Enjoying Gods Gifts: Aspects of creation, our families, friends, possessions, Jesus Christ, and Gods care.
Grade 2 Finding Gods Promises: Study the life of Moses and the Israelites as they experience Gods promises, victory, and tribulation as they learn to trust God.
Grade 3 Growing with God: Students will develop character through the lessons learned from Abraham, Jacob, Joseph, and Daniel concerning the rewards of living for God.
Grade 4 Building Life Castles: Focus on the life of Christ, work of the Holy Spirit, and the Apostle Paul teach students to build their lives to be strong and beautiful.
Grade 5 Possessing the Land: A survey of the Old Testament helps students gain insight into how the Old Testament stories fit together into one pattern.
Grade 6 Winning the Race: Students learn how the principles of Gods Word help them gain victory in the race of life. This is done through studies of Bible characters and an overview of Revelation.
Teacher Manuals are now available in a print format. The same helpful information previously available on CD-ROM is now available in a convenient 3-ring binder. There are suggestions for 3, 4, and 5 day a week lessons, a scripture memory program, and an accompanying music program. The music program teaches students hymns and choruses to complement the lessons and are taken from the books Sing & Be Happy and Treasury of Hymn Histories. Lyrics are printed in the back of the teacher manual. The35 lessons include vocabulary, objectives, character trait activities, lesson quizzes and small-format student pages with answers.
Hymn and Chorus CDs include all the accompaniment for songs referenced in the music curriculum' section of the teacher manual. These are a collection of very familiar songs that I sang when I was a child The B-I-B-L-E, One Door and Only One, and Only a Boy Named David just to name a few. The music is a mix of piano and organ accompaniment. These CDs are a nice addition if you are teaching a group or if you don't know the tune to some of the songs, but are an optional part of the program if you are trying to watch your budget. This course can be used successfully with the KJV, NKJV, NIV, NASB, and ESV. ~ Donna
I can see why we have had multiple requests for this Bible curriculum. Originally written for Christian schools, the popularity of this curriculum has continued to grow in other countries as well as in the United States. They now make their materials available for homeschool as they strive to teach the child's heart as well as the head.