The text in this workbook (Philippians 2:1-18) is a theologically-rich poem—perhaps a hymn that was sung in the early church—about Christ’s humility, death, and exaltation. In this text, Paul connects this profound doctrine to how we should treat one another as Christians.
This workbook contains 30 weeks of handwriting practice (for 4 days a week)—enough for an entire school year. It is designed for kids who need to move from writing letters to writing full sentences.
Like other books in the Write Through the Bible program, this is designed as an interdisciplinary workbook. This resource helps busy parents integrate several subjects into one, including…
• Letter, word, and sentence formation
• Bible memory
• Fine motor skills
Each weekly section contains 4 lessons to be done over a period of 4 days. There are, however, 2 optional activities included in each weekly section. You can complete these on whatever day you have time throughout your week or save them for a 5th school day and use them as your “fun” activity day.
1. Memory verse cards can be cut out each week. The act of cutting these cards will help build fine motor strength and coordination. Then the cards can be used as a memory game to help your child memorize the passage.
2. The coloring activity can be completed and saved to assemble into a poster of the Bible passage at the end to the year. Coloring is another great way to build fine motor strength, and for many children, this is a fun reward for completing their copywork.