Schuster/Lovasik/Knecht

Images for Schuster Bible History

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CH30-33, CH 33-38, CH 39-43, CH 44-47, CH 48-52, CH 53-59, CH 60-63, CH 64-73, CH 74-86 I don’t need this for all my kids, but for a couple who hate to draw, having a picture as a jumping of point helps.  Alternatively, they can dictate a picture to you and then color or trace yours. I don’t know if I’ll keep doing […]

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Images for Knecht Child’s Bible History

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My favorite resource site has moved the notebooking pages I use for Knecht.  So I’m attempting to do my own.  These are not meant to substitute for the child’s own visual retelling of the story, however, two of my kids have NO IDEA what they want to draw, so I provide a jumping off point. […]

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A Peek Inside: Child’s Bible History–Knecht

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I love this little book. It’s got super short stories. It’s not kiddie language.  Sometimes it’s not even grown-up language.  It’s OLD language.  The story about about Joseph and the Pharaoh’s dream said “kine” instead of “cow.”  Wow.  Makes me remember all that King James verse memorization I did as a child.  He reads it […]

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A Peek Inside “New Catholic Picture Bible”

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Materamabilis.org, a Catholic Charlotte Mason curriculum, recommended this book for first and second grade.  I LOVE it.  Since we don’t have “BIBLE” class in Mother of Divine Grace for those grades, this is part of my read-aloud schedule for them.   We do 1-2 stories a week for the Old Testament (1st grade) and 2-3 […]

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