The Bible Truths 3: Following Christ Bible Worktext is designed to introduce elementary students to higher thinking skills and encourage Christlikeness through practical application to life. As they progress thematically through the Old and New Testaments, elementary students will enjoy the colorful illustrations, straightforward lessons, and learning projects that will help them grow in their knowledge of God and His Word. Each Bible lesson reinforces student comprehension with learning activities that improve reading comprehension and strengthen study skills.
Bible Truths for Christian Growth (BTCG) are questions and answers regarding scriptural truths. They teach children what the Bible teaches, directing them to know and love God, and to make right decisions that honor God. The set of BTCG questions included in the Grade 3 Student Worktext has been revised to an age-appropriate number.
Bible Truths for Christian Growth (BTCG) are questions and answers regarding scriptural truths. They teach children what the Bible teaches, directing them to know and love God, and to make right decisions that honor God. The set of BTCG questions included in the Grade 1 Student Worktext has been revised to an age-appropriate number.
Please see the Grade 1 listing of the revised BTCG questions and answers for the current age-appropriate wording.
Bible Truths 3 Student Worktext (3rd ed.) is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Outstanding WokbookThis is the 4th year I have used BJ Bible. We love it. I couldnt ask for more. It has bible stories, using the bible features, practical stories for relating, and novels. Oh..and a song for each Chapter to learn and study. Covers it all!
Date published: 2016-08-18
Rated 5 out of
Great materialI reviewed many bible curricula for our school, and this was the only one I found that fulfilled our expectations, and it still does a decade later.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 4 out of
Mixed BagI LOVE everything about this program....with the exception of one thing. My third grader is a struggling reader as it is....and this Bible program uses a King James Version. Now I think it is fabulous to be able to use this translation...but this is like dropping my daughter into an ocean without the ability to swim. She is learning the basics. It would be nice to start with a little more simple translation or to hold her hand a little more and taking the time to break down and create an understanding of the verses she has to read. By all means use the King James if this is best...but she should not have to figure out answers on her own in the work text without the instructor having thoroughly explained the meaning of each and every verse they are expected to look up. The activities become pointless when meaning is not able to be made of the words that she reads. Other than this....it is bright and colorful and well put together. If your little one can deal with the Kings English...than I highly recommend.