Over our 6 years of homeschooling, our Bible time has looked different almost every year. As my children have grown to different ages and stages, our Bible time has changed with it.
One of my most asked questions is what our Bible time looks like each day. I’d be happy to share what that looks like today, but I can’t promise this is what it’s going to look like in 6 months! 🙂
What Bible Time Looks Like in Our Homeschool
As I mention in the video below, we mostly go chapter by chapter and verse by verse, covering anywhere from 2 to 10 verses each day.
This semester, we are reading through Luke and the Book of Acts.
I share lots of practical details in the video, so go take a peek!
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Homeschool Bible Resources
Here are a few direct links to the homeschool Bible resources that I mentioned in the video.
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My 2 oldest kiddos and I (the readers in the crowd!) use ESV to read during our homeschool mornings:
→ ESV Study Bible – This is the exact one I use, except my cover is brown and pink.
→ ESV Personal Reference Bible – This is the Bible my 10-year-old son uses.
→ ESV Children’s Bible – This is the Bible my 8-year-old daughter uses. I had to browse through several children’s Bibles before I found pictures that were just the right fit for her (didn’t take away from the text).
→ The Big Picture Story Bible – This is my 6 year-old’s Bible, which I adore. After searching through multiple Bible story books, this was by far my favorite because it’s theologically sound. The pages are large and the text is in simple language. It’s not only a great overview of the Bible for children, but for parents, too!
Other Resources mentioned:
♥ The Really Big Book of Bible Coloring Pages – I print loads of these pages because my little girls often color during Bible time. The book includes a CD, which makes for super easy printing.
♥ Bible Discovery: Promises Fulfilled (Luke and Acts) – My older two children answer these questions independently each day
♥ The Wiersbe Bible Study: Luke 1-13 – This is the Bible study I use each day in my Quiet Time.
What does Bible Time look like in your homeschool?
Hi Lauren, I was looking at your Bible resource books and wondered if you had viewed Big Book of Bible Story Activity pages versus the coloring pages? I have 4 year olds so what would be your recommendation? I value your opinion. Thanks for your time.