Write Through the Bible: Copywork Focusing on God’s Word

Write Through the Bible is a series of copywork workbooks, combining the disciplines of handwriting, dictation, vocabulary, and Scripture memory into one daily activity.

Bible Copywork Printables

What is Write Through the Bible?

One workbook. 15 minutes a day. Give your child practice in…

  • Handwriting
  • Bible memorization
  • Vocabulary
  • Dictation

Christian parents who want their children to memorize Scripture can use Write Through the Bible as a way to reinforce the memorization of key passages of the Bible. As a child uses multiple senses to internalize Scripture—eyes, ears, hands, and mouth—the Word of God is more firmly planted in the heart.

Plus, these copywork workbooks help give a child daily practice in handwriting, reinforcing letter and word spacing, as well as punctuation and capitalization.


What Books Are Available?

We have both full-school-year workbooks (116 to 139 days of work) and mini-books.

Full-School-Year Workbooks:

All full-year Write Through the Bible workbooks are available in both English Standard Version (ESV) and the King James Version (KJV), as well as three different handwriting styles: ball-and-stick, D’Nealian manuscript, and cursive.

1. Philippians ESVExodus 20:1-21 (the Ten Commandments) – ESV and KJV

2. Philippians 2:1-18 (hymn celebrating Christ’s incarnation and death) – ESV and KJV

3. Matthew 5:1-20 (beginning of the Sermon on the Mount) – ESV and KJV

3. Isaiah 52:13-53:12 (prophecy of Christ’s death and resurrection) – ESV and KJV

5. Proverbs 3:1-26 (praising the virtues of godly wisdom) – ESV and KJV

6. Psalms 1, 23, and 121 (collect of popular psalms) – ESV and KJV


7. The Lord’s Prayer (Matthew 6:9b-13)

8. The Apostle’s Creed

9. The Nicene Creed

How to Use Write Through the Bible

Here is how the program works:

  • 3 days are spent copying the new verse.
  • 1-2 days are spent on vocabulary.
  • 1 day is spent on dictation.
  • Several days are spent reviewing prior verses.
  • The process repeats until the child has completed the entire workbook.

ESV Big Pack #2Bundle Your Books to Save Money

Want a bunch of books for less money? We have “Big Packs” of books available for a reduced cost.

Family Bible Studies to go with the Workbooks

We have a several family Bible studies to work hand-in-hand with some of our Write Through the Bible curriculum.


Write Through the Bible, Junior…for a younger crowd

Looking for something for your kids who are just learning to write? Write Through the Bible, Junior teaches kids letter formation, vocabulary, and fine motor development while focusing on God’s Word.

Learn more about Write Through the Bible, Junior.

WTTB Junior

6 thoughts on “Write Through the Bible: Copywork Focusing on God’s Word

  1. Amanda says:

    We are using the Philippians books, both the regular and Junior workbooks. It’s a nice way to cover handwriting in our homeschool. It would be great if the junior books came with perforated pages. We love the regular book for the big kids, but the junior book is really hard for kids to work in. It’s a shame because the content is great!

    • Trisha says:

      I agree. I wish the workbooks were perforated or we could get them books spiral bound. Unfortunately, the only places I’ve been able to find to print and bind them that way would cost 4x what they currently cost to have done which would make them completely cost prohibitive for families. One easy thing you can do is to take them it to an office supply store, like Staples or Office Max, and have them cut off the binding and hole punch the book. This costs around $5. Not ideal, but better!

  2. Tammy says:

    The writing books are great. My kids are grown but I have several friends homeschooling that I will tell about this great tool. Just thought I would mention another alternative to the perforation request. There have been several times between my daughter and myself where we have purchased college texts that came without hard or soft covers and were hole punched and shrinkwrapped. It had the cover page on regular paper but it was intended to be put in a three ring binder with one of the clear pockets on the front. I wonder if the whole process would be more inexpensive to make rather than having perforations and binding. Maybe your printer wouldn’t up your quantity to do both since all they have to do is leave a portion out of the binding process and hole punch the rest. Maybe you could do the shrink wrap part with a simple heat gun kit. Just a thought :)

    • Trisha says:

      Thank you for the thought, yes we’re looking into this option too! Currently the printer we use ONLY offers perfect bound books, but we’re hoping within the next couple we can have some other options. I like the idea of having them printed, hole-punched, and unbound.

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