Bible Reflection Sheet for Kids

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Last week or so, I turned to Facebook looking for a Bible reflection sheet for kids in Dominic’s age range (Kindergarten/lower elementary). We are reading through the Bible one chapter at a time. This will probably take us forever, but I think it’s good for both of us. However, I wanted a way for him to not just hear, but also think about what we were reading. I asked my friends and in a Facebook group, but I wasn’t finding quite what I was looking for, so I decided to make my own. I also googled, but there are about a billion things on google when you are looking for Bible stuff and when I couldn’t easily find it, I figured it would be faster just to make my own. And then, I figured, if I was looking for this, other people probably were too. So, I thought I’d share it here for you.

I asked my friends and in a Facebook group, but I wasn’t finding quite what I was looking for, so I decided to make my own. I also googled, but there are about a billion things on google when you are looking for Bible stuff and when I couldn’t easily find it, I figured it would be faster just to make my own. And then, I figured, if I was looking for a Bible reflection sheet for kids, other people probably were too. So, I thought I’d share it here for you.

do have to tell you that it is not pretty or fancy. It is very basic, but it gets the job done. I wanted a space where Dominic could draw a picture as well as write what happened. While he can write, at this point getting his thoughts down in long sentence form can be frustrating for him. His brain often moves faster than his fingers. So, usually, I let him dictate that part to me and I write it down for him.

We do talk about what happened, but I try very hard not to guide him in what he says in the dictation part, though sometimes I do give him prompts about what is happening if he tells me he can’t think of anything, like “What did Moses do?” (We’re in Exodus).

I also included a section to circle what part of the Bible it’s from. This is because we’ve been having a lot of discussions lately about Old Testament and New Testament and what the difference is.

You can see an example here of one we did last week. In case you can’t tell, the picture is a tent and the little circles around it are Manna.

Bible Reflection Sheet for Lower Elementary Students

BibleReflection.pdf (66 downloads)

Let me know if you download the Bible reflection sheet for kids what you think of it! 

10 Things for Tuesday April 1st, 2015

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Ten Things

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