All Gods Creatures File Folder Game

bible file folder game

We’ve got a semi-new Bible File Folder game up on the site for you! The game is called “All God’s Creatures, Great and Small” and it is a magnification matching game. So you’ll need a magnifying glass, as children will match the tiny images to the larger images on their boards. This game has the same animals as our Adam names the Animals file folder game (which is why I called it semi-new) so you can easily swap out both versions of the game with minimal printing.

The inspiration for this game came from Totally Tots and Kelly’s Kindergarten which are both fantastic sites you should check out.

While your at Totally Tots, check out the In My Heart feature that we are so blessed to be a part of!

Bible Verse Boards

bible verse printables

We’ve got a new section to our website: Bible Verse Visuals!

bible printablesearth day bible printablesjohn 316 printables

These are full sheet sized bible verses with colorful pictures to help children memorize the scriptures. Print them on cardstock and glue them to colored paper. Additionally, You can print up different sections of the verse and teach children by building on each section. There are also black and white versions you can use for coloring sheets, or take home activities.

Of course we started this section of our site out with John 3:16, which is pictured above. This would make a great activity for Earth Day when paired alongside our Creation Printables!

More Bible Verse Boards to Come!

Bible Copywork: Genesis 1

Bible Copywork

New: Bible Copywork Genesis 1

I’m getting things ready for my 6 year old to work on next year, and part of that is working on cursive handwriting. I made these worksheets from the first chapter of Genesis, all about the creation. They are set up so that children can copy over the cursive writing like tracer pages. There are also blank versions for children who want to write on their own, just print up the tracer page for a copywork sheet and have them write their own hand on the blank version.

These would make a fun little notebooking project if you store them in a small binder or something. I’m not sure what other chapters I’ll be doing for my little girl, but I just wanted to share :)

This is my first time doing an actual notebooking style page, so please bear with me! If you notice a mistake or misspelling please let me know…I’ve gone over them twice, but it’s not like I have a live in editor or anything,….LOL, just a simple homeschooling Mom here….. so I appreciate the help, and don’t be shy about bringing issues to my attention!