Are you ready to teach your family about Martin Luther and the Reformation this year? Don’t worry if you’re just getting started–you can celebrate all year long. To help you, I have SEVEN free printable Reformation resources ready for you to download.
You’ll also find posts about the Reformation–like a list of great living books covering Reformation events and figures for kids of all ages.
When Lightning Struck!: The Story of Martin Luther
Before we get to the Martin Luther and Reformation printables, I want to invite you to read passages from my book When Lightning Struck!: The Story of Martin Luther (Fortress Press, 2015). Just click the “Preview” link on the lower right-hand side of the graphic, and Amazon will allow you to check out a few chapters!
And here I read the first chapter and talk about why the Reformation is such a big deal!
Free Reformation Printables
Let’s get to the free resources, then I’ll give you some great posts where you can learn more about Martin Luther and the Reformation.
You can choose from discussion guides, a notebooking research journal, a biographical card set, a hymn craft, Reformation Day snacks (and labels!), and even a 12-week unit study. If you want, grab them all! Some of these are substantial resources–more than 50 pages of written matterial.
Downloading your free resources is easy. Just click on a graphic below and you’ll be taken to a post to learn more about that activity. In the post you’ll find a registration form that looks like this:
Choose your free Reformation resources below:
Reformation Day Snacks – Free Printable Labels!A Mighty Fortress is Our God Hymn Craft with PrintablesReformation Biographical Cards – Free October 2017 Only!When Lightning Struck! Family Discussion Guide12-Week Martin Luther Unit Study for Middle and High School StudentsRumblings of a Revolution During the Reformation Age – 70-page sample of Cobblestone Path Church History Research JournalReformation Study Guide
The Five Solas Family Bible Study: Sound Theology for Today
- An overview of a Sola or Scriptural concept
- A Bible passage to study with discussion questions
- Additional passages to read to better understand the intent of each Sola
- A structured notebooking page to encourage independent thinking and writing skills
- A family activity to creatively cement your child’s learning
- A memorable craft encourage creative expression and further your child’s understanding
- Bonus coloring pages for older children and a printable card set for memory games
Your family will study the Five Solas together for seven days. Need more time to explore? You can always extend each day’s study to several days or even a week!
- Day One: Lost in the Woods: How the Solas came to be and what Sola means
- Day Two: Sound Doctrine
- Day Three: Sola Scriptura
- Day Four: Sola Fide
- Day Five: Sola Gratia
- Day Six: Solus Christus
- Day Seven: Soli Deo Gloria
You’ll find fabulous additional printable activities in your The 5 Solas family Bible study.
- Printable Cards to be used as flash cards, memory cards, or a matching game
- Seven coloring pages for older kids and adults
The 5 Solas: Signs to Follow on the Narrow Path is just $14.99 for a family license! Get your copy today.
Learn More About Martin Luther and the Reformation
Check out these posts to learn more about Martin Luther and the Reformation!
The 5 Solas Family Bible StudyMartin Luther and the 95 ThesesThe Five Solas for FamiliesWhen Lightning Struck!Reformation Books for Children and TeensReformation Resources for Your Family and Your Homeschool
Join the newsletter
Get the Family Prayer Box Project FREE!
Teach your children to pray with this fun project that includes 7 printable sets!