An exciting part of the Bible Road Trip™ curriculum is the Bible journaling for kids.
A notebooking journal is a way for students to record their thoughts, narrate the information they’ve learned, reinforce important facts and ideas, and to illustrate their work. Notebooking journals are often open-ended, with much freedom given to record thoughts.
Bible Road Trip™ notebooking journals allow students to narrate what they’ve learned in a written and artistic manner.
The journals are presented at three different levels, from grades 1-9, with additional writing space in each level.
You can absolutely use the Dialectic (grades 7-9) Notebooking Journals for the Rhetoric level (grades 10-12). In fact, I’ve heard from a number of adults who are doing the Rhetoric level program and using the Dialectic journals for their own Bible study. However, by high school, students may wish to take additional notes or structure their notes to their own preferences. You can choose either option for your high school students.
Bible Journals for Kids
Let’s take a trip through the Bible Road Trip™ Notebooking Bible Journals for Kids!
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Bible Journaling for Kids
Bible Road Trip™ Notebooking Journals are filled with great artwork, developmentally appropriate line widths, and plenty of space for Bible journaling and drawing!
Bible Journaling for Kids
For more information about notebooking, check out these resources:
- How to use Bible Notebooking Pages to Teach the Bible
- What is Notebooking?
- Ode to Notebooking | Why we love homeschool notebooking
- How to Notebook with Kids
- Famous People Who Kept Journals | Is Notebooking Right for Your Child?
Teach Your Kids the Bible with Bible Road Trip™
Bible Road Trip™ is a three-year Bible survey curriculum. Take your family through the Bible five times from preschool to high school.
To help you get the most out of your studies, Bible Road Trip™ has an array of coordinating weekly activities:
- Researching the section of the Bible you’re studying
- Reading and discussing the Bible
- Memorizing Scripture
- Notebooking about your studies
- Praying for the nations
- Suggestions for further study
- Crafting about what you’ve learned
- For your older students: A project to share what they’ve learned
- Bible Road Trip™ also has some great tools you can use along with it, such as:
- Notebooking Journals for grades 1-9. Want a structured notebooking journal for high school? Don’t hesitate to use the Dialectic journal (grades 7-9).
- Bible Memory Card Sets for all five levels of study, preschool to high school. These are available in both ESV and KJV.
Grab your Bible Road Trip™ Year One Sample Pack. You’ll get:
- The Bible Road Trip™ Parent / Teacher Guide.
- The first three weeks of the curriculum for all five learning levels. Week Three is where we really dive into the Bible and begin to our systematic study. Week Three will give you a good feel for the rest of the curriculum.
- The first three weeks of the Bible Memory Card sets for all five levels, in ESV and KJV.
- The first three weeks of each of the three leveled Notebooking Journals.
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Disciple your kids by taking your family through the Bible together in a meaningful way!
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