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Morning Bible Time

Our 2021-2022 Bible Time

Isn't if refreshing to start the school year off with a new set of resources to read through? Or maybe you have an old book you'd like to review again with your little ones. In our case, we have some new and some old resources that I'm excited to share with our children.

Our Egermeier's Bible Story Book that we will continue to work through is my husbands old Bible. The pictures are so lovely and draws our children in to each story. To go along with some of these stories, we'll be going through The Garden Chronicles. Currently, you can find two available in my shop however, I will be adding to this collection very soon. This study can also be found among many other biblical resources in the Glory Due His Name eBook.

The Garden Chronicles: Book One is an in depth study into the juniper tree. "And as he lay and slept under a juniper tree, behold, then an angel touched him, and said unto him, Arise and eat." 1 Kings 19:5

We will also be using these hymnals to read the history and sing the hymns together that are in the Hymn-A-Long Curriculum in my shop. Each week we'll study a new hymn and the verse that go along with each.

The hymnals we are using are:

Lastly, I'm so excited to add a different method to our scripture memorization this year. We will be using this box and dividers to file scripture verses and reviewing them daily for a total of 5 minutes. May of my followers on Instagram shared their successes with this Simply Charlotte Mason method.

I want to share a set of ESV and KJV Scripture Cards that go along with my Hymn-A-Long Curriculum, if you're interested in trying this method out. Click the link below to download your FREE set of scripture cards.

I'll be sharing more about what other items we'll be adding to our morning basket later this week. We have a lot of wonderful Charlotte Mason inspired resources.

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I have never heard anyone else say they were even aware of the Egermeier's Bible Story Book. That's what I grew up with as well, and we use it in our home from time to time. So neat to hear it was your husband's. I have a couple copies myself.

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