Monday, July 7, 2014

Write the Room: Books of the Bible

 This is an idea I found on Pinterest, and of course thought it would be great for the Bible!

There is a set of cards with the Books of the Bible and after they are printed and cut out, you can hide them around the room for the students to find. You will need one set per student and I suggest printing on cardstock to keep reusing them. There is a checklist for them to check off each one as they find it. This would be fun for a youth group meeting, etc. Once they have found them all, they can put the cards in order. Great way to memorize the Books of the Bible!
 
If you are doing this at home, you can hide them all over the house, that would be fun! How about each division of the Bible in a different room? Good way to discuss the divisions!
 
For Bible class, I would just have them shuffled for the kids to put in order. This would be good for early arrivers or if you have extra time at the end of class. Perfect also if you are doing a lesson on the Books of the Bible.
Write the Room Books of the Bible Printables
Write the Room Books of the Bible Printables
You can print the New Testament cards and checklist here.

Yah! This post was featured at 123 Home School 4 Me! Thanks, Beth!
You can see it here:
http://www.123homeschool4me.com/2014/07/learn-through-hands-on-exploration-tgif.html#more
 
 

15 comments:

  1. Fun idea! I love it… and there are so many extensions you could do!

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  2. Oops. I really like the idea but noticed that the Old Testament books say "New Testament". This is the first time I have visited your blog. It looks like there are a lot of good things to explore here!

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    1. Big oops! Thanks SO much for letting me know! I really appreciate it and thanks for being so nice about it! ☺

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  3. Debbie,

    You truly amaze me with all your wonderful ideas and willingness to share them. I use so many of your ideas in my class, thank you. May God be glorified in all your efforts as you teach children about the Bible and in your efforts in sharing ideas to help us who are mother's and bible school teacher's.

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    1. Thanks so much! I appreciate the comment! I am glad you are able to use some of the ideas!

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  4. Stopping by from Thriving at Home. Cute idea...I don't have any kids anymore, just adults but I do have a grandbaby on the way so in a few years perhaps LOL

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Wendy! I appreciate the comment! Oh, and grandbabies are the best! ☺

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  5. I am so happy you joined the fun at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. Thank you for sharing your sweet blog ♥

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Katherine! I appreciate you hosting!

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  6. you are so creative...thanks for sharing fun ways to learn Scripture with the Thursday Blog Hop!!

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    1. Thanks for visiting Pam! I appreciate the comment and thank you for hosting!

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  7. I like the idea of hiding them in rooms by division - very nice!

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  8. This is a good idea, I am from Brazil I found your site and like so much!

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