Bible is an important part of the day in our homeschool. We like to switch up what we are doing from time to time. We will work on memorization and Bible verses, character training, read family devotions aloud together, and we also like to do short Bible Studies.
When I first started homeschooling, I purchased a Bible curriculum that we would go through each day, but I was getting frustrated with how much it felt like school. I didn’t want it to be like our other school subjects we needed to cross off the daily to do list. So I began the hunt for short and meaningful Bible studies that I could print out and use in the morning for our Bible time instead.
I have created a round-up of FREE Bible Studies that you can use in your homeschool with your children. These are great to do together as a family or to have your children use individually to practice having their own quiet time each day.
FREE Bible Studies for Kids:
We have created some FREE instant download resources that can be used during Bible time in your homeschool:
You are going to love using these in your homeschool, as these were created specifically with homeschooling children in mind. Your children will enjoy learning about the Bible with beautiful copywork pages, and notebooking research journals!
Additional Bible Study resources that are great for homeschooling families:
We love all of the different Bible Studies from Not Consumed. There are studies on contentment, obedience, creating a quiet time, the power in your words, making right decisions, keeping your heart pure and loving your siblings! These were created with families in mind and there are different levels for early elementary, upper elementary, and even teens!
Learning About Biblical Feasts is a family study that covers the seven Jewish feasts and takes a look at the history and symbolism of each one. This study guide includes reading comprehension question and answer pages, and written notebooking pages to record what you have learned.
You may also enjoy these other resources:
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for over 16 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, and Coffee!
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