Letter of the Week Simplified! Over 600 pages of downloadable resources for teaching children the Alphabet one week at a time. For each letter of the alphabet, you’ll receive 24 pages of Bible activities, worksheets, charts, coloring pages, math explorations, and more. Designed to keep the prep work to a minimum, our Bible ABC Curriculum Notebook can be spread over 26 weeks. View the sample pages above for a detailed course outline and a suggested 4-day schedule. The suggested age range is Preschool to K4. Sample Week
Simple Bible ABC Curriculum Schedule: 4 Days a Week, 26 Weeks. Each week features a Bible theme, Bible Vocab, Bible Verse, Character of the God and suggested Bible readings with Talking Points. Everything prints in the order it is needed, just place inside a binder and you’re good to go for the next 26 weeks!
Character of God: The weekly theme, memory verse and vocabulary are all tied in with an important character quality of God. Discuss and pray with children, thanking God for this quality. You might hang the character quality on the wall for review.
Bible Memory Verse: This is a simple verse for children to work on memorizing for the week. Each day you’ll want to review the verse with your child.
Bible Verse Copywork: This is a coloring page and beginning handwriting tracing page for the weekly verse.
Bible Verse Vocabulary: Each week children will learn a new vocabulary word that is related to their Bible verse or the specific attribute of God.
Write & Read Worksheets: This is a simple tracing page for children to fill in the missing beginning letter on their own without tracing. The font of the entire word is light so children can then trace the entire word if they desire.
Letter Trace: Children trace the uppercase and lowercase letters by using the guides provided or cc dumps review. Opportunity is provided to make their own letters and color in a beginning letter picture for each row they complete.
4 in a Row Bingo: Finish out your Letter of the Week by playing a fun game of BINGO!
Bible Maze: A simple follow up worksheet with mazes and small motor control art activities.
Beginning Letter Bible Coloring: This is a simple coloring page featuring the upper and lowercase letter a beginning letter picture and word to color. While children are coloring you can read a corresponding Bible story or discuss the weekly theme
Alphabet Memory Flashcards: Flashcards can be used in a variety of ways. You can bind them together with an s-clip, use them with a table top pocket chart, or even play a game of concentration. A sorting page is included to make games of two or more sets. As you work through your curriculum the flashcards can be used for ABC order, letter sound differential and various card games like go fish!
Bible Handwriting Practice Page: This page reminds children of the proper letter formation and strokes. Beginning letter words are shown to provide ample practice opportunity.
I Can Find the Letter: This is a worksheet for children to find and count the upper and lowercase letters.
Race to the Top: This is a fun game played with a paperclip spinner. Children spin the paperclip and then trace the correct winner (uppercase or lowercase). The first letter to the crown wins! Follow up questions guide children through less and more and inequalities.
Count & Graph Worksheets: Children count up the letter items and then graph them accordingly. The first half of the alphabet features up to 5 total items, and the second half reaches 10 total items.
Daily Math Worksheet: This is a simple worksheet but includes a variety of math skills over the course of the curriculum. Counting, Measuring, Addition, Tally Marks, Patterns, Ordinal Numbers, Positional Words, Number Line and more. The goal is to provide simple daily tasks children can build upon.
How to Write Chart: Use the chart to introduce children to the proper formation of both the uppercase and lowercase version of the letter. Key words are written below to gently guide your child with their finger to practice.
Beginning Letter Chart: Shows children 10 different beginning letter words. Hang in the classroom, practice letter sounds, play tic-tac-toe, print two for a matching game….etc.
Blank Letter Pages: These are very versatile and can be filled in with play dough, stamps, designs, stickers, things that start with that letter….etc. You might print multiple copies of these if you have crafty kiddos.
Bible Verse Vocabulary: (Shown above as well) Each week children will learn a new vocabulary word that is related to their Bible verse or the specific attribute of God.
Bible Crowns: At the end of each week, children design and decorate their own Bible crown.
ABC Quilt Square: Children color and cut out uppercase and lowercase letters, pasting them onto their a quilt square. The quilt square is cut out and placed on the wall to build upon throughout the curriculum. You can purchase a quilt pocket chart as shown in the photo above (not included) or space the quilt squares on your bulletin board to make the quilt.
These activities and more are included in the
Bible ABC Letter of the Week Curriculum Notebook!