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Bible Time Vocabulary 100 Words Review

This week's Spotlight Review is a cute little book that helps your child learn 100 words in a fun way. Another fun way to read, write, spell, and color using The Thinking Tree!!!
Bible Time Vocabulary by The Thinking Tree a Homeschooling6 Review
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Bible Time Vocabulary 100 Words is a pocket size book. Slips into a purse or backpack without taking up much room. All you need are some crayons, markers, or gel pens and your child is off to a great start learning how to spell while reading scripture!

The recommended age is from 8-14 (and adults can use it too!). Your child is encouraged to complete between 1-4 pages a day. Four of my own children will use this, ages: 15, 14, 13, and 11 years old AND because I want to teach by example, I'm using one too!
The Thinking Tree Bible Time Vocabulary 100 Words
As your child learns to read, write, spell, and of course color, he will also learn 20 Bible verses. I love when God's Word is incorporated into my child's learning.
The Thinking Tree Bible Time Vocabulary 100 Words
The Open Dyslexic Font is used throughout the book as will all The Thinking Tree books and journals.
The Thinking Tree Bible Time Vocabulary 100 Words
Your child will focus on five words in each verse. The five words are in bold font. The first thing your child will do is read and copy the first, then color the words on the next page. You can have your child color silently or encourage him to say the word and each letter as he colors, "Trust, t-r-u-s-t, trust". 
The Thinking Tree Bible Time Vocabulary 100 Words
The next page your child will again, read and copy the verse. The opposite page, your child will fill in the blank spaces and color in the words. For an older child, challenge him to not look at the word but try to spell the word without looking.
The Thinking Tree Bible Time Vocabulary 100 Words
 Because this is fun-schooling your child can relax and color the next page when done with his verses. You can have your child use the blank page to practice spelling words that were difficult. Have him use gel pens or colored pencils to write the words. Gel pens are always more fun and when your child is having fun he's more apt to remember what he's learning.
About half way through the book the Bible verse will be in cursive. You can have your child copy the verse in cursive or if you prefer him to continue to print that is fine too. I plan to have my kiddos practice their cursive.
The Thinking Tree Bible Time Vocabulary 100 Words
At the back of the book, your child is instructed to either write the meaning of each word or use the words in a poem. If you have an older child he or she can do both activities. You can also get creative and have your child write sentences or a story using the words.
The Thinking Tree Bible Time Vocabulary 100 Words
If your child runs out of room on the "alphabet" page he can simply turn the page for more space. The Thinking Tree provided two extra pages for your child to get creative.
The Thinking Tree Bible Time Vocabulary 100 Words
There are pages for your child to copy the words in cursive. The very last pages in the Vocabulary book have blank-lined pages so your child can copy any special verse from their very own Bible. 
The Thinking Tree Bible Time Vocabulary 100 Words
Just think! Once your child completes this book you will have a keepsake. Not just any workbook can live up to a "keepsake"  status, (wink). It's not often that a spelling book becomes a treasure to you and your child.

The young author of Bible Time Vocabulary is Rachel Charity Brown. She is the 4th child in the Brown family! Rachel loves figure skating, how neat is that!!! She also loves to play the piano, journal, and draw.

Although I've received many books from The Thinking Tree (thank you Sarah) to review, I bought these. Since I do review for The Thinking Tree I'm adding a disclaimer.

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10 comments

  1. Will this be the link-up? I actually have a post to link up this week, ha!

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    1. Hi, Megan, no but I'll get that up real soon :) I just need to add the linky part.

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  2. This book would be a great addition to our homeschooling journey. This is our first full year of homeschooling and this would be perfect for my son and daughter who are 9 & 10 yrs. old. Great way to learn Bible verses, cursive and the meanings of words!

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  3. I would love to have this one for my 13 year old daughter :) thanks for the review!

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  4. I can't decide whether to give this to my son or keep it for myself!

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  5. This would be for my 8 year old :)!

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  6. My 10 yr old could really use this for his bible. He also needs work on his spelling & vocabulary.

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  7. I love the looks of this one! My youngest is almost finished with his first Bible Copywork book from TTT.

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  8. This book would be amazing to have. The Lord is our reason for life and our school experience needs to come from that love and devotion. Thank you so much for this oppurtunity.

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  9. This would be a great addition to our copywork and bible time!

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