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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Homeschool Crew Review: Kid Niche Christian Books

Kid Niche Christian Books

Kid Niche Christian Books produces family friendly biblical resources to help children understand who God is and to interact with Him in meaningful ways.  We have had a chance to use and review Weave Your Word in Me--Part 1, a Bible study geared for children in grades 4-6. 


Weave Your Word in Me--Part 1 is a Bible study and prayer study.  It contains 36  lessons that children can complete on their own or an adult can work on it and discuss the lessons with them.  The packet comes with 70 3-hole punched papers for children to be able to add into a 3 ring binder.  Each page is illustrated and in color and has different activities for the child to do including fill in the blank, true/false, matching and  multiple choice to complete after reading the Bible passages for the lesson.  . 

At the end of each lesson children fill in the blanks to complete the prayer called My Whole Self Before You which is modeled after the Lord's prayer. In addition to the student sheets the packet also contains an answer key for the sheets.  The answer key has answer in ESV, KJV, NABRE, NASB, NIV, and NKJV so you can choose your favorite translation to use with this Bible study.  You can purchase Weave Your Word in Me-- Part 1 for $20.00.

The website has additional activities to go along with each lesson.  You might find a video, an art lesson, crossword puzzles, word games, hands on activities and more.  You can find them all listed by lesson at http://kidniche.com/activities/. 

The lessons are very easy to complete.  All you need is your favorite Bible translation, a writing utensil, and possibly a dictionary for some of the lessons.  The child reads the assigned Scripture.  The lesson in my example is Luke 15:1-3.  There is a short explanation on the page talking about the Pharisees and how they criticized Jesus.  It tells children to pay attention to things that are repeated in the Bible, that they are important!  Then they read Luke 15:4-7 and are asked 2 questions about the first parable.  Then they are asked to number the events in order and there is an explanation of the parable.  Then they answer questions about the second parable in Luke 15:8-10 and number the events in order with an explanation.  For the third parable that they read in Luke 15:11-32 they fill in the blanks with the missing parts of the story.  There is an explanation and some true false questions to answer.  To finish off the lesson children fill in the blanks on the My Prayer section. 

In think the Weave Your Word in Me Bible study is appropriate and meaningful for the intended age range of 4th-6th grade.  The lessons are short and can be completed independently by children.  The pages themselves are interesting with different illustrations and activities for each lesson.  I like that there are additional activities should you choose to want more to go along with the lessons.

The second part of Weave of Your Word in Me is also available for purchase for $20. 

To see what my Crew Mates had to say, stop by the Crew Blog!

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