Where Do I Start with Grapevine?

Written by Dianna Wiebe on .

Where do I start with Grapevine?

We recommend starting with the Overviews and then moving to the individual Topical Studies. Here is the 3 year cycle we recommend.

Year 1 Old Testament Overview

Year 2 New Testament Overview

Year 3 –  Topical Studies

Overview Studies at Grapevine

​In the Old Testament or New Testament studies, you will cover the major characters and events of the Bible through a chronological overview. With each level we introduce new skills for students to learn to enable them to eventually be able to study the Bible on their own.

PreK-Kindergarten – Ages 3 to 6 – PreK to K

• Introduce your students to the major characters and events chronologically.
• Traceable student option for younger students.
• Memorize at least one fact and memory verse related to each lesson.
• Not compatible with older levels.

​Early Elementary – Ages 5 to 9 – 1st to 3rd Grades

​•  Introduce your students to the Bible timeline• Memorize the books of the Bible and other facts
•   Draw the timeline.
•   Traceable student option for younger students.

Elementary – Ages 9 to 12 – 4th to 6th Grades

​​​​​​​• Build on the timeline events and learn the books of the Bible
• Learn basic Bible geography
• Draw the timeline

Middle School – Ages 12 to 14 – 7 and 8th Grades

• Build on the timeline events
• Note where the books of the Bible fit on the timeline
• Learn basic Bible geography
• Practice using Bible study tools: Dictionary, Concordance, and Topical Bible Topicals

Topical Studies at Grapevine

After you finish the Old and New Testament Overviews, we have a wide age range of individual studies to go through. The topical studies go further in depth on the subjects than what is covered in the Overviews.

• The timeline for that study
• Memory verses
• Many biblical locations on a map
• Traceable student

What do I need to buy from Grapevine?

Teacher:

  • Bible (version of your choice)
  • Teacher Book: Softbound

OR

  • Teacher eBook: Teacher License: Legally make copies for one teacher
  • White marker board and markers
  • Bible Dictionary

Student:

  • Bible
  • Student Book:3 Hole Punched Loose Leaf pages and ready for your notebook. You will need one for each student. If you prefer to print your own, see the eBook options below.

OR

  • Student eBooks – Grapevine offers eBooks in PDF format for those parents and teachers who would like to print their own books. Licenses are non-transferable.
    • Family License: Legally make copies for your immediate family
    • Small Class License: Legally make up to 10 copies of a book
    • Large Class License: Legally make up to 30 copies of a book
  • Notebook – binder
  • Colored pencils (crayons and markers not recommended)
  • Middle School students: access to a Bible Dictionary, Topical Bible, and Concordance.

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Dianna

 

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