Several weeks ago, I published a video where I described what our current Bible time looks like each day. Right now, I have a 5th grader, 3rd grader, 1st grader, and Early Kindergartner.
While many of you emailed and said you loved the video, you wanted to know what our homeschool Bible time looked like when I had all littles.
Whew! It was a lot different, let me tell you!
Having all littles was a wonderful time in motherhood for me. I adored it. 🙂
It does have its own set of challenges, though, I will readily admit!
For this week’s video, I pulled out the materials I used for those early homeschool days, and I show you step-by-step what Bible time looked like with all littles.
How I Did Homeschool Bible Time with Only Littles
Take a peek at the video below to see how Bible time worked in our early homeschool days.
Bible time with all littles does not have to be long and complicated. In fact, Bible time is better if it’s short and sweet at these young ages!
They do have short attention spans, after all.
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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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These are the Activity Books from Carson Dellosa that I refer to:
→ Christian Dellosa Christian Publishing: PK-K books (for Preschool and Kindergarten)
→ Christian Dellosa Christian Publishing: Grades 1-3
→ Christian Dellosa Christian Publishing: Grades 4-6
→ New Testament Take Home Books that Move!
Other Resources mentioned:
♥ Illustrated Family Bible Stories
♥ 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.
♥ The Big Book of Bible Story Activity Pages
What does Bible time in your homeschool look like?
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