Old Testament Overview Early Elementary Student
Teaching the Old Testament Overview and timeline to children is a big job and can feel overwhelming. Do I have the knowledge? Do I have a plan? Will the kids like it? If you have asked these questions, you are not alone! We believe every child can learn the Bible at their level, and we provide teachers an effective framework and method to teach them.
Let me share how it works! You will stick figure the Old Testament timeline, introducing your children to the major characters and event. With each following lesson, you will take your students on a journey into each of these stories. Periodic reviews ensure your students retain the information. Trust me, you will be amazed at what they retain!
By the end of this study, your students will be able to draw the Old Testament timeline independently, and recite 38 memory verses and tell you facts about each character or event.
This book includes the following four parts:
Part 1: Creation to Jacob ~ 45 Daily Lessons or 12 Weekly Lessons
Part 2: Joseph to the Promised Land ~ 48 Daily Lessons or 14 Weekly Lessons
Part 3: Jordan River to the Temple ~ 45 Daily Lessons or 12 Weekly Lessons
Part 4: The Prophets to Nehemiah ~ 45 Daily Lessons or 12 Weekly Lessons
Timeline: Students are equipped to draw the timeline and show the first two of three symbols used for sharing the Gospel.
Extra Memory Work: Students additionally memorize the books of the Old Testament, 12 Sons of Jacob, and the Ten Commandments.
Pray and Review Teacher Notes (before class)
Review the Timeline and Memory Verses
Read Scripture with Students
Draw stick figures onto board
Student draw stick figures into their books
Lesson Memory Verse
With this study you will have the framework and method to confidently teach the Old Testament Overview. Your students will enjoy these fun-to-learn lesson. Don’t wait, get started today!
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Format: 3-Hole punched and ready for your notebook. This student book contains the timeline, lesson pages, room to draw stick figures, and lesson review questions. 314 pages.
Be sure to order both the Teacher Book and Student Books.