How can a young man keep his way pure?
By guarding it according to your word.
With my whole heart I seek you;
let me not wander from your commandments!
I have stored up your word in my heart,
that I might not sin against you.
Bible Road Trip™
Bible Road Trip™ is a three-year Bible survey curriculum for preschool to high school.
The curriculum is written for five different levels of study, to allow you to custom tailor the program to your children. The curriculum is organized as a unit study, with each year covering specific books of the Bible. Each week covers a book or a part of a book.
There are TWO giveaways in this post! Don’t miss the giveaway at the very bottom of the post!
You can find more information about Bible Road Trip™ here:…. Continue reading
It was those verses that the Holy Spirit has used throughout my life–before and after I was saved–to point me to truth. I remember them when I pray, when I struggle, and when I rejoice. That knowledge of Scripture has just been central to my faith.
I want the same for you and for your children. When I wrote Bible Road Trip™, I knew that Bible memory verses would absolutely have to be a part of the program. That’s where the Memorize the Word section came in. I also know that you’re busy, and that having ready-made products to go with Bible Road Trip™ will enable you to use the program in a richer, deeper way. I hope that as your student memorizes the verses at their level, you’ll consider using the Rhetoric level cards for your own Bible memory. It will create a sweet way for you to join your children in their journey through the Bible….. Continue reading
You develop fine motor skills and refine handwriting.
Critical thinking is your game,
Scholars and artists throughout the ages have you to blame
For inventions, learning, research, and more.
To look back over notebooking records is never a bore.
Notebooking ~ A Homeschool Method We Use and Love!
Ok… so I wasn’t meant to be a poet….. Continue reading
This is a Thinking Kids Show and Tell!
Jessica shares her story of using Bible Road Trip in her home,
and her daughter Camille (age 9, 4th grade) shares her notebooking work!
Don’t forget to leave Camille a comment. 🙂
We use My Father’s World for our main curriculum, which actually includes Bible study. It is one of the reasons we chose it, along with the fact that it was pretty much open and go.
Last year, the Bible study focused on the names of Jesus, and bounced around quite a bit to cover that topic. Because the MFW “Adventures” is designed for 2nd/3rd graders, we felt it was extremely simple, but let it be, thinking this year, “Exploring Countries and Cultures,” would be a bit better for our daughter. This year was supposed to be spent studying Matthew for the entire 34 week school year, to learn about serving others. That’s really great in theory, except that Camille read the entire book of Matthew in 2 weeks and then said “now what?”