The LIFEPAC 1st Grade Bible Unit 9 Worktext is filled with New Testament stories, perfect for your first grader! This colorful, consumable booklet contains Christian-based lessons which follow classic Bible stories and characters. Topics in this Alpha Omega curriculum include men, women, and children of the New Testament. Three lessons and tests are included.
Want to teach your first grader classic Bible stories from the New Testament? Do you want your child to study Bible characters—but you're looking for an age-appropriate workbook to use? Look no further. Alpha Omega Publications has the perfect solution for you—the LIFEPAC 1st Grade Bible Unit 9 Worktext! This colorful, easy-to-follow worktext helps teach traditional Bible stories, complete with solid Scripture-based content. This best-selling, Christian curriculum worktext includes appealingly illustrated lessons, fun drawing exercises, and simple word writing practice. This ninth, in a series of ten, first grade Bible worktexts includes stories about Zacchaeus, Paul, Peter, Elisabeth, Mary, Martha, and more! In addition, stories about children in the New Testament, like Jairus' little girl, are also included.
And there's more too. The LIFEPAC 1st Grade Bible Unit 9 Worktext has step-by-step lessons that include hands-on coloring and drawing activities, circle-the-answer and fill-in-the-blank questions, and reading simple Bible verses (KJV). And unlike massive, overwhelming textbooks, this compact worktext will motivate your child to complete consumable lessons with its thin size! Imagine how much your child will enjoy finishing this worktext in as little as three to four weeks. Here's the best part! To reinforce concepts and solidify comprehension, this Alpha Omega curriculum includes mastery learning techniques and self tests along with one removable teacher-administered unit test. So don't wait any longer! The child-friendly, Bible lessons you've always wanted to teach are right here! All you have to do is order the LIFEPAC 1st Grade Bible Unit 9 Worktext today.