A few months ago we started looking for a DVD series for a children’s Bible study. Tim was starting an adult study and I was looking to provide more than just glorified babysitting to the children of the families that would attend.
That’s when we discovered the What’s in the Bible? DVD series.
Let me just say we LOVE these DVDs!
The kids in our Bible study range from 2 to 11 (not including the two infants) and everyone is learning about the Bible in a fun way.
I recently came across a set of flashcards for DVD 1 offered by the What’s in the Bible? team and thought they would be a great addition to our study as well as a wonderful review when we start using the What’s in the Bible? DVDs in the fall for homeschooling.
Unfortunately, there is only one set of cards for the first DVD, so I decided to use their great idea and develop some of my own.
I sent the first set I completed to the wonderful people at What’s in the Bible? and asked if it would be alright to share them with others. Here’s what they had to say:
“Thanks so much for sending this example, Allyson. These are GREAT! You have our permission to share them with others. Thanks so much for double checking first, we really appreciate it!”
So, if you’re wanting a little extra review to go along with the What’s in the Bible? DVDs, I hope you’ll find these flashcards helpful.
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