Bible Handwriting and Cursive Sheets: FREE for Homeschool

FREE Bible Handwriting Sheets

Do you use Bible handwriting in your family homeschool?

I find that starting our day with Bible verses is the best way to survive and thrive through our homeschool day. Often, while I read our family devotion and verses, our 3 boys will sit and work on their handwriting with sheets like the ones below. It serves a dual purpose with memory work and teaches both print and cursive.

Samples:

Bible handwriting

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Romans 5:8 is one of my favorite verses. Along with the handwriting and cursive sheets, you’ll find a break-down of the Greek words and definitions as we take a deeper look at the words the bible uses in the scriptures. Commended, His love, and For Us are looked at closely in this passage and are used to show that God not only paid for our sins, but that it was indeed He (in the flesh) who died for us.

This verse is one of many which shows that Jesus was not only the Son of God, and not just a prophet, but was Himself – God – come to fulfill the Word, manifest as a man, demonstrating His love to its fullest extent. For us.

Get additional FREE bible verse handwriting and cursive sheets from John 8:12 HERE. 

I hope they will bless your family and that you consider starting your day off with Jesus – and FREE handwriting sheets!

Do you include Bible handwriting and memory work  in your homeschool?

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Early on in our homeschooling journey, I began using the Bible as the foundation of our curriculum. Outside of the usual Bible stories, we use it to memorize scripture, and practice handwriting, print and cursive. It’s simple to use the Word (or our weekly verses) to pull out spelling, vocabulary and learn punctuation.

We use it as the foundation of our Science – as we believe that all of Creation points toward the Master Creator. We love exploring God’s creation, and using His Word to give him the glory as we do.

Psalm 104: 24-25

“How many are your works, Oh Lord!

In wisdom you made them all;

the earth is full of your creatures.”

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It’s the foundation in our history studies as it’s an incredible record of both ancient history as well as a guide to understanding today’s current events. Whether we are learning about faraway lands, or reading about the founding of our Nation, there are verses to use which add inspiration to our lessons, and which teach our boys that God’s hand is on them.

Job 12: 10

“In His hand is the life of every creature

and the breath of all mankind.”

 

Reading and studying the Word in our homeschool provides opportunity to bond in our families on a spiritual level as well as intellectually. I will read a portion of Scripture out loud, and then ask questions to find out whether or not the boys understand what they are hearing. It is amazing to see how the Holy Spirit grows them without my input at all. I love hearing their opinions about what they believe God is telling them. You can indeed have philosophical discussions with 6, 7, and 8 year olds. The bible is a terrific source for philosophy, and critical thinking.

No matter what you seek to study in your family homeschool, you can find creative ways to use God’s Word as the most reliable source available. You will not regret pointing your children towards the Scripture time and again as a standard of which to measure all else. Most of all, you can have great peace knowing that, as it says in Isaiah 55: 11,

” . . . it will not return void.”

 

Kelli Becton2Kelli Becton – Homeschooling Adventurez (division of AdventurezinChildRearing)

Is a Jesus loving, homeschooling mama of 3 boys (biological and adoption).  They are an outdoor family, living and learning on the Gulf coast of Southwest Florida. Kelli was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis over 11 years ago, and although there is pain, there is also great joy. She and her husband, Mark, have always loved the outdoors and they spend as much time as possible adventuring with their boys. Exploring God’s creation is their favorite pass-time. Jesus is their passion, and homeschooling their boys is a blessing. Kelli loves to write and speak to other homeschool families, sharing life’s lessons and what God has laid on her heart, through their adventures.