Adaptable to any Bible book, character, or topical study, Bible Storyboard suits independent readers as well as younger students who are not yet reading on their own. Bible Storyboard takes just 10-20 minutes per day and works well for small groups (like a homeschool family), co-ops, or individual Bible study.
Bible Storyboard offers a multi-sensory approach to any book or study topic. Based on the Charlotte Mason approach to narration, students are given opportunities to speak, write, and draw a narration of the passage or verse they are reading or having read to them. Questions are posed based on the Inductive method of Bible study (observation, interpretation, and personal application)
“I quickly saw that Bible Storyboard suited my mature teens as well as my younger children who are not yet reading. This is because the passage being studied can be read aloud and response activities include opportunities for narration, illustration, and dictation – responses even children of preschool age can give,” explains Melanie Hexter, author of Bible Storyboard and two Winning with Literature homeschool unit studies, U.S. National Parks and The Chronicles of Narnia.
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Bible Storyboard contains a large list of possible Bible study topics, options for a daily schedule, example storyboards, and reproducible templates. Other than the Bible version of your choice, no additional materials are needed. Bible Storyboard costs just $4.95.
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