Want to make Bible lessons for kids fun and memorable? Here are 4 tips for fun Bible lessons for kids at home.
Bible Lessons for Kids
Today, let’s talk about some ways to make Bible lessons for kids fun, memorable, and worthwhile. After all, if you’re going to do Bible lessons at home, they may as well be natural and enjoyable, right?
Making Bible Lessons for Your Kids Fun and Worthwhile!
Check out this quick video, and I’ll explain 4 ways you can make Bible lessons with your kids fun and memorable!
(Find more videos on teaching the Bible to your kids over at my YouTube channel!)
Bible Lessons for Kids | Four Tips
- The Bible is a story, and our kids are build for story.
The Bible is God’s great story of who he is, who we are, and his plan for us. Our Bible lessons for our kids make sense when we help our kids understand God’s story.
- In our Bible lessons for our kids, we want to give our kids the opportunity to reflect on what they’ve read.
There are two great ways to do this: through narration–the oral or written retelling of what your kids have learned, and through discussion.
- Learn about God’s Word.
There are amazing books, videos, studies, and more to help us teach about Scripture in Bible lessons with our kids.
- Commit the Word to long-term memory.
Bible memory is important. In Bible lessons with your kids, you can memorize Scripture using games, copywork, crafts, and more.
You can make Bible lessons for your kids fun, memorable, and worthwhile! Want to learn more? Check out my book, Help Your Kids Learn and Love the Bible.
Help Your Kids Learn and Love the Bible
You want your kids to learn and love the Bible.
You want to teach the Bible…
As parents, we deeply desire the best for our kids. We look for the right schools, we make them eat right and exercise, and we get them involved in extracurricular activities. We take our job as parents seriously.
But are we also putting our time and energy into
teaching them the Bible? Giving them the life-changing, soul-nourishing words of Scripture is not only doable, it’s an essential part of parenting kids for Jesus. And the good news is, studying God’s Word as a family doesn’t have to be difficult!
2 Timothy 2:15, ESV, says:
Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved,
a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.
Our job, as parents who love Jesus, is to help our kids become approved workers, unashamed and rightly handling the word of truth.
The good news? Teaching the Bible isn’t hard. Your family can learn the Bible together.
…and you can!
A Crash Course in Teaching the Bible to Your Kids
Danika Cooley’s book, Help Your Kids Learn and Love the Bible, will give you the tools and confidence to study the Bible as a family. It will help you identify and overcome your objections and fears, give you a crash course in what the Bible is all about and how to teach it, and provide the guidance you need to set up a family Bible study habit.
You will finish this book feeling encouraged and empowered to initiate and strengthen your child’s relationship with the Lord through His Word.
Help Your Kids Learn and Love the Bible will equip you with everything you need to know to teach the Bible to your kids!
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