Something that my boys always loved to do when they were younger is color. J is the perfect age for coloring books now as he is becoming more aware of the idea one is to color within the lines. Not that he doesn’t break that rule a bit. Knowing he enjoys coloring and that I like to have pictures which tie with what we are learning, I was tickled to have the chance to review Buck Denver Asks…What’s In The Bible? Coloring Book.
About Buck Denver Asks…What’s In The Bible? Coloring Book
Color through the WHOLE Bible – from Genesis to Revelation – with over 200 reproducible pages. Start at the beginning with the stories of creation, Adam and Eve, and Noah, and find all your favorite Old Testament stories – including Ruth, David, Esther,and more. The New Testament starts with coloring scenes from Jesus’ ministry and then you can color through Paul’s letters and even a few pages from the book of Revelation!
It’s a comprehensive, chronological journey through the Bible your kids will love as they experience each story in a new way by expressing their creativity through coloring!
The What’s in the Bible? Coloring Book is also reproducible! Make copies of each page for every member of your family, or for use in your Sunday School or homeschool class. At $14.99, it is truly a bargain!
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Our Thoughts on Buck Denver Asks…What’s In The Bible? Coloring Book
First off, I LOVE that this book gives permission to reproduce the pages. This has been fantastic for us when we take the older boys to a study group which lasts up to 4 hours. There is a copier available in that office space and I’ll let J pick out 6 different pages to have for coloring. It might not take up all the time we are waiting for his brothers to be done, but it does provide a fair bit of focused time. Sometimes I even color with him.
We have not watched any of the Buck Denver Asks…What’s In The Bible? shows, but I can see how this book would tie in nicely for a family who is viewing them. J and I have talked about what each page is illustrating, even if it is a part of the Bible he has not encountered in our regular studies.
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What are some ways you engage your children in learning the Bible?
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