I think there are several ways that families could use these pages. I plan on printing the entire set and keeping them in a binder so we can refer to them whenever we are doing Bible study or other Bible-related reading. The additional information will certainly come in handy. You could also post different ones on your bulletin board and have your kids search out the famous verses and stories. This will surely get them doing more reading.
I don’t know about your family but we often find ourselves gravitating to certain books, the favorite and familiar so pulling out the sheet for one less read would be a terrific way to help your children become more familiar with the entire Bible. (And a good reminder for we parents as well!)
These pages can also be used to help us find supportive words that we may be looking for. For example, the Apostle Paul’s letters to Timothy, encouraging him and instructing him on leadership. This may be just what you need when faced with challenges in your life. I actually found reading through the pages helpful in putting together readings to go along with our homeschool religion curriculum.
Overall I found Books of the Bible At-a-Glance from Teach Sunday School to be a good fit for our family. Whether used alone or fit together with our regular religion curriculum, it proved to be a handy resource that enhanced our learning.
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