I'm always on the lookout for ways I can study the Bible with all three of the littles. Ages four to ten is a huge gap, educationally speaking. Stick Figuring through the Bible with Grapevine Studies seemed like a great way to try to teach to all the boys. Merrick actually draws a stick figure Jesus fairly often, so I knew it would be something he could do.
Take a look through the teacher's manual before you get started with the kids. You'll find loads of helpful guidance and suggestions.
|This is where they chose their favorite part of each lesson. This creativity section is my favorite.|
|Mal's drawings. I especially like the helicopter with a spotlight hovering over the garden.|
|Xav was also very creative. The religious leaders obviously thought pretty highly of themselves. He was also very concerned for Peter after the rooster crowed.|
The nice thing was that I was able to use traceable sheets with Merrick. At first, he thought he had coloring pages! Do you know how difficult it is to color a stick figure? Merrick does. Once he understood the tracing part of this new Bible study, he was ready to go. He'd trace the whole sheet and was very determined to finish along with his brothers.
|The traceable option.|
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