The One Year Book of Bible Trivia for Kids
Just for Me! The Bible is for girls 6-9, but we read it with our whole family.
The book goes through the Bible book by book. It can be used individually or in a small group setting such as a Sunday School class, girls' Bible study or home school group. Children as young as 4 may learn from it.
Here are some of the crafts. These are child made crafts.
|bookmark, pages 11-12|
Jesus Saves Us Pencil Topper pages 93-94
There are so many crafts in this book that I don't have pictures of. All the crafts are meant to be used or given as gifts. No cut and paste and throw away later crafts. I walked through the house to see if there were any of the crafts and found two pencil holders still in use, although they look in need of repair! But they've held up well considering they are about 8-9 years old.
Just for Me! The Bible also has Bible verse codes, finish the picture drawings, Bible stories, rebus stories, games, activities, quizzes and a lot more. The book is meant to be written in so each girls makes it her own personal record of her walk through the Bible.
Just for Me! Friends
This books has tons of fun activities to help readers learn about friendship and to help friends know each other better.
Table of Contents:
What is a Friends?
That's What Friends are For
Being a Good Friend
What Makes a Good Friend?
Tips on Finding and Making Friends
When Things Go Wrong
Fun Together, Fun Alone
Jesus: The Best Friend of All
The book has crafts, journaling, activities, pages to fill in about friends and with friends, ideas and suggestions, Bible verse code puzzles and more! This is a good book if you need some rainy day activity ideas. Chapter 8 is full of games, recipes and ideas.
|friendship chain page 58|
|friendship cracker pages 102-103 (it's filled with treats)|
The One Year Devotions for Girls Starring Women of the Bible
|The One Year Devotions for Girls Starring Women of the Bible is a daily devo for girls 10-14. I put a journal in the Easter basket with it because each devo has a "Thinking it Through" section that asks girls to apply the devo to their own lives. Having a special journal to write in will help them record their thoughts. |
The devos are about well known women of the Bible such as Eve, Rebekah, Abigail, Deborah, Esther and Mary, and the lesser known ones like Caleb's daughter, the five sisters, Huldah and Shiprah and Puah. Topics covered include dealing with changes, struggling with jealousy, overcoming obstacles and sibling rivalry.
Any of the books on this list would be good to add to an Easter basket also.