(Note: The product below is advertised as homeschool curriculum, but if you’re not a homeschooling family, this product is still for you. I know lots of families who public or private school educate, and supplement their children’s education with Christian resources at home. Really, it’s the perfect choice for “any” schooler!
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My youngest son struggles with fine motor skills.
He’s fantastic at sports…one of those kids whose body just gets what he’s supposed to do in pretty much every sport…but he stinks at writing.
(“Sultan of Swat, King of Crush, Colossus of Clout, the Great Bambino!” Extra points today if you tell me the name of the movie this line is from in the comments!)
I mean, he REALLY stinks at writing. Throughout his kindergarten and first grade years the mere mention of the word, “writing” reduced us to fits of snotty tears. I say “us” because his antics to avoid writing often brought tears to my eyes, too. I fought this battle bravely until a friend I trust, who happens to have raised six boys pretty well, told me to back off.
So I did. Completely.
Instead of having him write his alphabet, we spent a lot of time identifying letters and just learning to read. When he wrote, I tried not to criticize. As long as I could read it, it passed.
Now, at almost eight years old, his fine motor skills have improved tremendously, so we’re dipping our toes in once again. He’s a great reader (not that he likes it, that’s another post), and with the help of some great products from some great friends, he’s making significant progress.
We’ve gone back to the beginning, and it’s working!
When I heard about this new resource from our friends at Intoxicated On Life, I knew it was the right fit for my little guy.
Write Through the Bible, Junior is a new interdisciplinary study you can use to teach your young child to write while focusing on God’s word. This curriculum, geared towards 4-6 year olds, is a full-year curriculum, but—like us—you can use it for older children, starting in the middle of the year, too!
(In the photos above, in order from left to right, you can see the front of the new WTTB Jr, my son’s “A” page—this is SUCH a huge win for us. I wish I had a picture of how bad it once was—a snapshot of week 1’s assignments, WTTB’s width in comparison to some of my other favorite curricula, and the back cover copy. Guys, this is a meaty program, and well worth the price! Read more below).
A Curriculum for Busy Moms
With Write Through the Bible, Junior, you can complete several subjects at once. This curriculum will allow you to teach your child to write, discuss new vocabulary words, dig deep into the Word of God, and memorize a long passage of scripture together.
Not only that, but there is virtually no preparation! There aren’t any involved crafts that take weird supplies—the non-crafty mom’s dream! Everything you need for this curriculum you probably already have at home.
This program was designed to incorporate several subjects in one. Below are a few things your child will learn as they work through this book:
- Improve fine motor coordination
- Learn letter sounds
- Learn how to form letter
- Memorize Philippians 2:1-18
- Learn new vocabulary words
- Study Philippians 2:1-18 and learn what it means to have a heart of humility.
In addition, this full-year program is very affordable costing just $17 for the digital download or $27 for the softcover book. It comes with lots of options, offering you various Bible translations and fonts to choose from. My family chose the soft cover copy, ESV version, using ball-and-stick, because we like having a physical product, and my boys have been using ball-and-stick from the beginning. I’m an ESV lover, so it was an easy choice!
Purchase Now: Receive $49 in Bonuses!
During the launch of Write Through the Bible, Junior you can take advantage of these exciting offers! These are good for 10 days only, so don’t delay. This special ends on March 27, 11:59 PM.
Worth $49, this is the perfect time to purchase your workbook. Be sure to fill out this form after purchasing, so you can receive your bonus offers.
• Coupon book with fantastic offers from popular homeschool publishers.
• 7 bonus books worth $49 to use with your child!
- Basic Shapes for Beginners ($6.99) from Golden Reflection
- Bald Eagle Unit Study for K-1st grade ($12.99) from Adventures In Childrearing
- Little Character Badges ($5.99) from The Modest Mom Blog
- New Testament Bible Reading Journal ($4.99) from Kids in the Word
- My Community and Its Workers Lapbook and Study Guide ($8.00) from A Journey Through Learning
- Fruit of the Spirit Copywork Book ($4.99) from Learning to Speak Life
- Sight Words 8 Book eBundle ($5.00) from Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading
You’ll receive all of these bonuses after purchasing the digital download for just $17 or the softcover book for only $27. Grab your copy today and get started, or tuck it away as part of next year’s curriculum!
*Thanks to Intoxicated On Life for providing a free softcover copy of Write Through the Bible, Junior to me. Of course, all opinions are 100% my own, and 100% true according to my family’s experience!
The Sandlot of course! Sounds like our boys are a lot alike:) such blessings from The Lord <3 will order my copy tomorrow!
The sandlot! Also my son has dysgraphia a learning disability in the area of writing. Similar to dyslexia but less discussed in the mainstream. I’m always looking for new ways to help him with his writing!