Does your first grader know about Jesus' miracles? Using the LIFEPAC 1st Grade Bible Unit 7 Worktext, he will! This colorful, consumable booklet will help teach and explain Jesus miracles and how Jesus saves people from sin. Topics in this Alpha Omega curriculum include Jesus' teachings, Jesus' healings, and salvation. Three lessons and tests are included.
Does your first grader know that Jesus is his Savior? And does he know about the amazing miracles Jesus performed in the Bible? Want to teach him about these biblical truths, but not sure how to explain them? Don't worry. Alpha Omega Publications has the perfect answer—the LIFEPAC 1st Grade Bible Unit 7 Worktext! Made especially for your young learner, this full-color, step-by-step worktext includes fun, coloring activities, along with bright, engaging pictures which illustrate lesson content. This seventh, in a series of ten, first grade Bible worktexts helps teach and explain God's wondrous acts of teaching, healing, and salvation on earth. Topics include Jesus healing of the crippled man, the blind man, and the deaf man. Also included are lessons on Jesus' death, resurrection, and return!
Hold on, that's not all. The LIFEPAC 1st Grade Bible Unit 7 Worktext has interesting, creative lessons that include circle-the-answer questions, matching activities, and simple Bible verse memorization (KJV). And unlike huge, mega-sized textbooks, this easy-to-follow, consumable Alpha Omega curriculum will motivate your child to complete daily lessons with its smaller size! In as little as three to four weeks, your child will enjoy a great sense of accomplishment as he completes this self-paced, encouraging worktext! Most important of all, this LIFEPAC worktext uses mastery learning techniques and self tests to reinforce concepts and solidify comprehensionplus one removable teacher-administered unit test. Now that's reassuring. So, don't wait to teach your child about Jesus' amazing miracles. Its fun and easy when you get the LIFEPAC 1st Grade Bible Unit 7 Worktext. Order yours today.