Thursday, September 3, 2009

Bible Curriculum

I'm looking for a good Bible curriculum. Up until now, I have been picking Bible Stories by random and coming up with crafts, snacks and ideas for each individual story.
I don't really have any preferences, a workbook is fine, though I would like more than just a workbook, I have a lot of great Children's Bibles so it doesn't need to be a Bible, though it could be (if it came that way).
Please leave a comment and let me know if you have any good ideas, books or websites!!
Thanks

5 comments:

Catherine said...

Hi Amber,
We've been using a preschool Bible curriculum - Heart of Dakota's Little Hands to Heaven. It's very fun, sweet, gentle, hands-on, creative, and super easy to use. There are 6 blocks (subjects) to complete each day, but you don't have to do it all in one shot. Each box takes about 5-10 minutes to complete. We usually do a couple and then take a break. It might be good for you if you're feeling sick from the pregnancy or for wiggly attention spans. You can get a good feel for the program here: http://heartofdakota.com/little-hands.php

Luke said...

Many of Sonlight's Bible programs are tied to the Cores, but you could check them out.

~Luke

Amy said...

I have the heart of dakota hands to heaven book if you would like to see it. It didn't work well for me, but may be right for your situation and does the letter each week idea, along with a corresponding bible theme all week to match the letter (i.e. apple and A and the creation/fall story). It was too easy for Samuel so I am not using it. He tends to be a problem if he doesn't like the program. I would rather challenge him and the other two go along with it much easier. I would sell it to you for a reduced price if you like it and want it, don't go paying full price.

Virginia Lee said...

Thanks for visiting our blog! I was wondering, did you choose a Bible curriculum?

rogersfamilycircus.blogspot.com/

Amber said...

Actually, no, I've been using one of my sons story bibles in the meantime. It has a little story then some questions and a small activity. It works for now, but I'm still researching/looking. Any ideas?