Get Your Kids Digging In Their Bibles {One Proverb a Day for a Month}

Get your kids digging in their Bibles - FREE reading calendars to read through Proverbs in a month. Blog post includes calendar options for both younger and older kids. Resource created by Jessica Lawler, "Joy in the Journey"

As a fifth grade teacher I was always on the lookout for ways to get my students reading their Bibles for themselves. One of the most important life skills you can encourage in your kiddos is the discipline of daily Bible reading. 

Dallas Willard said: "Bible reading is absolutely fundamental to spiritual formation."

I wholeheartedly agree.

The book of Proverbs has 31 chapters in it - perfect for one chapter per day for a month. Proverbs is filled with nuggets of wisdom - and the verses are very accessible for kids.

Since May is coming up (with 31 days) I thought I'd share a freebie with you to help your students (or personal kiddos) dig into the book of Proverbs.

These free packet includes a calendar with boxes to check off when your student has read the assignment. 

There are two calendar options included:
A. For younger kids: asks them to read a couple of verses from each chapter. 
B. For older kids: asks them to read a whole chapter each day.
Get your kids digging in their Bibles - FREE reading calendars to read through Proverbs in a month. Blog post includes calendar options for both younger and older kids. Resource created by Jessica Lawler, "Joy in the Journey"
Get your kids digging in their Bibles - FREE reading calendars to read through Proverbs in a month. Blog post includes calendar options for both younger and older kids. Resource created by Jessica Lawler, "Joy in the Journey"
















Click here to download the FREE calendar pages:
Get your kids digging in their Bibles - FREE reading calendars to read through Proverbs in a month. Blog post includes calendar options for both younger and older kids. Resource created by Jessica Lawler, "Joy in the Journey"
This calendar can be done again and again - there is so much richness in the book of Proverbs that your students could read it each month! Encourage them to pray about what verses God would highlight for them as they read.

Here are some other reading plans for kids/families:


Looking for more activities to get your kiddos digging into the book of Proverbs?

Dig into the wonderfully rich book of Proverbs with your students! "This Bible Boot Camp: Proverbs" packet is intended to challenge and engage your class – as well as get them diggin’ in their Bibles. This differentiated packet is perfect for classes with different ability levels and/or grades. Make your lesson planning a breeze! Resource created by Jessica Lawler, "Joy in the Journey"

Packet includes:
  • Note to the Teacher
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Hunting through the book of Proverbs
  • Categorizing Proverbs
  • Note-worthy Proverbs 
  • Visualizing Proverbs
  • Proverb-a-Day Calendars

*All activities include answer keys (if applicable)

The activities in this packet are DIFFERENTIATED – meaning there are 2 variations of each activity (A=easier B=more challenging). This was done to give teachers options when working with students with different ability levels or those teaching multiple grades. You can also choose to give your class the more rigorous activities when you have more class time allotted for the assignment. 

You can purchase this 25-page packet for only $5. Don't delay - make your lesson planning a breeze and watch your students dig into their Bibles like never before!

1 comment :

  1. Hi Jessica,
    I was reaching out to you because I see that you're a NJ TpTer =)

    We're hosting our 1st Annual NY/NJ TpT Mini-Meet and I was hoping you might be interested in attending. You can get more info from my blog:
    http://teachersloungespot.blogspot.com/2016/04/tpt-mini-meet-new-yorknew-jersey.html

    or just complete this google form:
    https://docs.google.com/forms/u/0/d/1fAl5Jh21aA8iRGRptoUsbfE6EoVOcu-BGzuleRjbJLQ/edit

    Hope to see you there!

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