Teach your kids about the Parable of the Sower with this hands-on lapbook and Parable of the Sower Bible lesson for children.
It’s important, too, for our kids to slow down and really take a look at different stories in the Bible, so they really understand what Scripture is saying about a subject. That’s the reason for our lapbook series here at Thinking Kids.
One of my favorite parables in the Gospels has always been the Parable of the Sower. It’s found in Matthew 13, Mark 4, and Luke 8. Jesus tells the story of a sower who tosses seed as he walks. The seed lands four different places–along the path, on the rock, among the thorns, and into good soil. As you can imagine, the seed in each spot grows with different results. Only the seed that lands on the good soil grows and bears fruit.
The story is a metaphor for salvation, the kingdom of God, and the work we are each called to do–sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ.
The Parable of the Sower
The Bible is such an exciting adventure for our kids. We can make it even more fun with hands-on in-depth Bible lessons like lapbooks, copywork, and Bible memory verse cards!
The Parable of the Sower Bible Lesson Lapbook for children is an in-depth study your kids will never forget.
Take a look at this fun lapbook:
The Parable of the Sower Lesson
The Parable of the Sower Bible Lesson Lapbook is a fun, hands-on study of the Bible for your child from the ages of 5-12. You and your child will study:
- The gospel, with verses to share Jesus’ Good News.
- Each spot the seeds landed and what that means.
- The reason Jesus used parables–and what parables are.
- The meaning of the sower, seed, soil, and harvest.
- What the Bible has to say about the seed of the gospel.
- Scripture passages about the Lord of the harvest.
The Parable of the Sower Bible Lesson Lapbook
You’ll find The Parable of the Sower Bible Lesson Lapbook over in the Family Discipleship section of the Thinking Kids Press store. Don’t forget to take a look around while you’re there. You’ll find some great tools to equip you to teach the Bible and Christian history to your kids!
The Parable of the Sower Minibooks and Activities
Your child will find a number of fun minibooks and activities to cut, assemble, paste, color on, and write in. Depending on the age of your child, they may need a little help assembling the lapbook components.
The minibooks and activities include:
- 3-D Banner
- Lapbook Cover
- Gospel Map
- Bible Verse Pocket and Memory Cards
- Layered Books
- Sower Path and Matchbooks
- Copywork Stack
- Verse Frames
- Vocabulary Wheel
- Layered Books
Exploring the Bible in this hands-on way gives your child a permanent record of their study. They will remember what they’ve learned through a deep look at Jesus’ teaching on the seed of the gospel and the salvation harvest.
Supplies You’ll Need for Your Parable of the Sower Bible Lesson
You’ll need a few supplies to put together your lapbook. You probably already have most of these. If not, it’s worth investing in them as you will use them again and again with your kids.
- A Colored File Folder
- A Sheet of Cardstock in a Complimentary Color
- Printer Paper
- A Glue Stick
- A Stapler
- A Metal Mini Brad
- Colored Pens to Write With
- Colored Pencils to Color With
How to Print and Use the Parable of the Sower Bible Lesson Lapbook
To create the base of your lapbook, place your file folder on a table and fold both sides inward toward the creased spine of the folder. Once the outer edges meet, crease your file folder. This will give you a book that opens in the middle. You will still have a fold in the middle of your book, so I like to glue a piece of cardstock into the middle section of the book to create a thick center that won’t bend.
You can watch a quick tutorial for the Parable of the Sower lesson lapbook above.
The Parable of the Sower Lesson Lapbook will give your child hours of thoughtful Bible study, with visuals they’ll never forget.
Bible Resources for Your Kids
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.
Grab the Sample Pack for FREE:
Disciple your kids by taking your family through the Bible together in a meaningful way!
Bible Road Trip™ Curriculum
Take a look inside the Bible Road Trip™ curriculum! Let me show you around:
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