OVER – GrapeVine Studies The Resurrection Teacher and Student Ebook Sets! 4 Winners! $94 Value! Ends 3/14/14



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Today’s giveaway comes just in time for Easter!

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Grapevine Bible Studies uses a sweet and unique way to learn about the Bible. They offer in depth Bible Studies that teach the Bible through stick figure drawings. How cool is that?

Grapevine Bible Studies is giving away FOUR of their new Resurrection Studies to Homeschool Giveaways readers! Total Value is $94!

1 Beginner Resurrection Traceable Teacher/Student Ebook Set, ages 3-5:
Traceable: Allow younger students to trace the stick figures, instead of drawing them. Great for preschoolers to follow along with older students. Your preschool and kindergarten Bible students will enjoy a trip back to Jerusalem for the Last Supper. They will see the events of the last night of Jesus’ earthly life unfold before them as they read and draw. They will better understand the sacrifice Jesus made for them as they study His trials, beatings, crucifixion, and death on the cross. Your students will then share the joy of the disciples when they learn how Jesus rose from the dead. Your study will end with Jesus giving His final instructions to His disciples before ascending to heaven. This is a perfect study to do in preparation for Easter! 
11 Weekly Lessons or 22 Daily Lessons

1 Beginner Resurrection Teacher/Student Ebook Set, ages 5-7:
Your preschool and kindergarten Bible students will enjoy a trip back to Jerusalem for the Last Supper. They will see the events of the last night of Jesus’ earthly life unfold before them as they read and draw. They will better understand the sacrifice Jesus made for them as they study His trials, beatings, crucifixion, and death on the cross. Your students will then share the joy of the disciples when they learn how Jesus rose from the dead. Your study will end with Jesus giving His final instructions to His disciples before ascending to heaven. This is a perfect study to do in preparation for Easter!
11 Weekly Lessons or 22 Daily Lessons

Multi-Level Resurection Teacher/Student eBook Set, Ages 3 and Up:
Traceable: Allow younger students to trace the stick figures, instead of drawing them. Great for preschoolers to follow along with older students.Your students will listen in on the conversation between Jesus and His disciples as they shared the Last Supper together. They will walk  with Jesus as He was tried, beaten, crucified, and died on the cross. Then share the joy felt by the disciples when they learned that Jesus had risen from the dead. The  Bible study will conclude with the last words of instruction Jesus gave to His disciples before He ascended to heaven. Once this study has been completed, your students will be able to put the pieces of the Easter story together like never before! 
11 Weekly Lessons or 40 Daily Lessons

Multi-Level Resurection Teacher/Student eBook Set, Ages 7 and Up:
Your students will listen in on the conversation between Jesus and His disciples as they shared the Last Supper together. They will walk  with Jesus as He was tried, beaten, crucified, and died on the cross. Then share the joy felt by the disciples when they learned that Jesus had risen from the dead. The  Bible study will conclude with the last words of instruction Jesus gave to His disciples before He ascended to heaven. Once this study has been completed, your students will be able to put the pieces of the Easter story together like never before!
11 Weekly Lessons or 40 Daily Lessons

Here is a whole page of samples of all of their studies! They are adorable!
All of their Resurrection Studies are also on sale for 20% OFF Until March 31st!

Enter to win a Bible study set now!

Written by Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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