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Write Through the Bible, Junior: Philippians 2:1-18 ESV, Ball-and-Stick Paperback – February 27, 2015
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However, the writing pages are sometimes on the parts of the book that need to be folded over for support, therefore you cannot write on the bottom lines. I wish either the writing pages were all on parts that have the support from the rest of the book and can lay flat, OR the book was spiral bound. Also the lines are so large my 5 and 7 year old have a really hard time writing letters so huge. We use half of the writing space instead, but that confuses the kids and. Our other K writing books line space is not as large.
Otherwise this is one of my favorite books we have!
We stopped at the end of the school year and re-started about a month ago. The little guy is using the Jr. Book. He whined and cried about it being "too hard" for him - for the first 2 weeks (it isn't). He loves it.
My oldest, who has arthritis in his hands, has never liked writing, it hurts. Today he told me that handwriting is one of his favorite subjects! Thanks for the gift of handwriting practice and Bible memorization in our home.
My boys are just beginning to learn the alphabet (recognition, letter sounds, and writing) and Write Through the Bible Junior is perfect because it touches on all of those areas in a gentle way.
I have 7 children, so I like that I can pretty much just open the book and go with this curriculum. There is practically no prep work involved! I also like that it focuses on fine motor skills because that is something my boys really need help with. Most importantly, my boys enjoy doing it, they have fun, and they are learning and progressing. And I love that it incorporates the Bible and scripture memory.