My homeschooling motto: Never stick with a curriculum unless you LOVE it! ūüėČ

After six¬† nine years of homeschooling I’ve discovered and ditched a few curriculums, including the big switch we made in 2014 to My Father’s World.

Every year is an adventure, and this year has been one of tweaking what hasn’t worked, and finding new favorites.

(We have tweaked My Father’s World quite a bit this year, but I’m still a big fan!)

I’ve been getting our homeschool curricula lined out for the upcoming school year, and want to share a little about the Scripture copywork we love, love, love.

This is definitely a favorite that we’re sticking with!

Why We Chose Write Through the Bible for our Scripture Copywork Curriculum | Kristy's Cottage blog

I discovered Write Through the Bible curriculum a few years ago when I received a free printable in a homeschool bundle.

I checked it out online and was super impressed with the variety of packets, as well as the Bible translation options to choose from.

We favor the KJV around here, and in the end, having that as an option is what sold me on Write Through the Bible. (There’s a little old-fashioned confession for you.)

I bought a bundle of copywork to last us¬†through the school year, and I absolutely loved it!¬† It’s was a great fit for my fifth-grade daughter.¬† (My fifth-grade daughter who has never liked copywork, by the way!)

When Trisha and Luke Gilkerson (creators of the Write Through the Bible curriculum) announced the release of Write Through the Bible, Junior in 2015, I got really excited!

A Scripture-based copywork curriculum for young children!  Oh happy day!

Why We Chose Write Through the Bible for our Scripture Copywork Curriculum | Kristy's Cottage blog

I think I literally did a happy dance the day my review copy arrived in the mail!

Our four-year old, Colton, was pretty excited too! (You can tell by the expression on his cute little face, right?)

Colton had just started preschool, so having his very own Write Through the Bible, Junior workbook sort of made that status  really official, you know?

Here are a few quick things about the Write Through the Bible, Junior curriculum: 

  • It is designed for kids, ages 4 to 6 years old, definitely on target for young ones who are ready to begin¬†developing their fine motor skills.¬† The original Write Through the Bible workbooks are great for older kids.

 

  • The 423-page workbook covers an entire school year (four days per week for 31 weeks). I’ve found the daily lessons to be very young-child and busy-mama-friendly.

 

  • Copywork lessons are built around learning letter strokes and memorizing Scripture. The review copy I received features the ESV version, but the KJV workbook is available too.

 

  • The workbooks are available in three fonts: Ball and Stick (the most simple form), D’Nealian Manuscript (prep for cursive), and Cursive.

We really loved this workbook, and Colton felt pretty special having his very own “big book” to write in.

Here’s a quick tip from Trisha:

“If you find the big book to be too cumbersome, you can always take the book to an office supply store (like Staples) and have them cut the binding off and hole punch the pages for you to store in a 3-ring binder.

That way, you can take out one page at a time for your child and not deal with the big book.”

 Either way, we love these fun pages!

Why We Chose Write Through the Bible for our Scripture Copywork Curriculum | Kristy's Cottage blog

Why We Chose Write Through the Bible for our Scripture Copywork Curriculum | Kristy's Cottage blog

Why We Chose Write Through the Bible for our Scripture Copywork Curriculum | Kristy's Cottage blog

¬†If you’re looking for help with Scripture memorization and handwriting practice, here are several FREE¬†resources from the creators of Write Through the Bible:

 Where can I get Write Through the Bible Workbooks?

I’m so glad you asked! ūüôā

Write Through the Bible and Write Through the Bible, Junior curricula are available at Intoxicated on Life, as well as on Amazon.¬† I bought the printable packets through Trisha and Luke’s website, and ordered the softback workbooks from Amazon.

(After using the softback workbook, I prefer it hands down over the printables!  More on that in a minute.)

Here’s a list of Write Through the Bible titles, and where you can get them:

  • Amazon (softcover workbooks)

Write Through the Bible, Junior (Philippians 2:1-18) KJV, D’Nealian Manuscript

Write Through the Bible, Junior (Philippians 2:1-18) KJV, Cursive

Write Through the Bible, Junior (Philippians 2:1-18) KJV, Ball-and-Stick

Write Through the Bible, Junior (Philippians 2:1-18)¬†ESV, D’Nealian Manuscript

Write Through the Bible, Junior (Philippians 2:1-18) ESV, Cursive

Write Through the Bible, Junior (Philippians 2:1-18) ESV, Ball-and-Stick

Write Though the Bible: Apostles’ Creed, Cursive

Write Through the Bible (Philippians 2:1-18) ESV, Cursive

Write Through the Bible: Psalms 1, 23, and 121 ESV – D’Nealian Manuscript

Write Through the Bible: The Nicene Creed – D’Nealian Manuscript

Write Through the Bible: Philippians 2:1 -18 ESV Cursive

Write Through the Bible: The Lord’s Prayer D’Nealian Manuscript

Write Through the Bible: Proverbs 3:1-26 ESV Ball and Stick Manuscript

Write Through the Bible: Psalms 1, 23, & 121 ESV Ball and Stick Manuscript

Write Through the Bible: The Lord’s Prayer Cursive

Write Through the Bible: Philippians 2:1-18 KJV Cursive 

Write Through the Bible: Psalms 1, 23, & 121 ESV Cursive

Write Through the Bible: Proverbs 3:1-26 ESV Cursive

Write Through the Bible: The Lord’s Prayer Manuscript

(Wheew, there are a lot!)

More Write Through the Bible copywork books on Amazon ——>

  • You can find a growing list of copywork books and bundles over Luke and Trisha’s blog, IntoxicatedonLife.com.

Just check out their homeschooling online store.

Why We Chose Write Through the Bible for our Scripture Copywork Curriculum | Kristy's Cottage blog

Should I get the softback workbooks, or the printable PDFs?

That’s completely up to you!

Do you prefer the convenience and ease of having a ready-to-use workbook to hand over to your child?

Do you need to opt for saving money over saving time, and do you have access to a good printer?

Whatever your preference, I think you’ll be happy if you choose Write Through the Bible (and Junior!) curriculum.¬†

Just last week, I ordered three more Write Through the Bible workbooks for my sixth, fourth, and second graders.

We are quite happy with these products and plan to keep them as a part of our home education!

Why We Chose Write Through the Bible for our Scripture Copywork

 


As a part of the Write Through the Bible, Junior launch team, I received a copy of the workbook in exchange for an unbiased review.  All opinions and views expressed here are my own.  Please see my full disclosure regarding sponsored posts and affiliates.  Thank you for supporting this site! xoxoxo

This post was originally written and posted on this site in March 2015.


 

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6 thoughts on “Why We Chose Write Through the Bible for our Scripture Copywork Curriculum {Updated}

  1. We should hire Mr. C as our Write Through the Bible model!

    Posted on March 22, 2015 at 7:41 pm
    1. Haha! I showed him the picture Trisha put up on your Write Through the Bible, Junior landing page and he was pretty happy! ūüėČ

      Posted on March 23, 2015 at 7:55 am
  2. I am so in love with this curriculum too. Trisha and Luke really out-did themselves with this!

    Posted on March 18, 2015 at 8:34 am
    1. Yes, they certainly did, Heather!

      Posted on March 18, 2015 at 12:55 pm
  3. I LOVE this idea too, Lisa! Trisha is a genius!

    Thank you, we are pretty crazy about our little Mr. C. ūüôā

    Posted on March 18, 2015 at 8:06 am
  4. This is a really awesome idea. I wish they had that kind of resources when I was raising my child.

    I agree, Mr. C has is absolutely a cute little fellow!

    Posted on March 18, 2015 at 6:31 am