Item description for How To Study The Bible For Kids by Kay Arthur & Janna Arndt...
Overview Discusses how to explore the Bible to understand and interpret what it says, and offers games, puzzles, and exercises to help build Bible study skills.
Based on Kay Arthur's bestselling "How to Study Your Bible "(390,000 copies sold), this easy-to-use Bible study combines a serious commitment to God's Word with fun illustrations, games, puzzles, and activities that reinforce biblical truth. "How to Study Your Bible for Kids "introduces the basics of inductive Bible study--observation, interpretation, and application--to children ages 9 to 12. As they learn about the people in the Bible, the way things were done in biblical times, the amazing miracles performed, and numerous terrific adventures found in the Bible, young people will discover that God's Word speaks to them right where they're at. They'll come away from this study with a deeper understanding of God's love and care for them.
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.18" Width: 6.82" Height: 0.46" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2001
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
Grade Level Grade School
Series Discover 4 Yourself
ISBN 0736903623 ISBN13 9780736903622
Availability 44 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 19, 2017 11:37.
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More About Kay Arthur & Janna Arndt
KAY ARTHUR is one of America's best-known and most-beloved Bible teachers and authors. With her husband, Jack, she is the cofounder of Precept Ministries International, the leaders in inductive Bible-study resources. Kay also reaches hundreds of thousands of people internationally through her "Precept upon Precept" inductive Bible studies. In addition, her daily and weekly television programs air on over 900 stations in 30 countries.
Kay Arthur was born in 1933.
Kay Arthur has published or released items in the following series...
40-Minute Bible Studies
Discover 4 Yourself Inductive Bible Studies for Kids (Hardcover)
Discover 4 Yourself Inductive Bible Studies for Kids (Paperback)
Reviews - What do customers think about How To Study The Bible For Kids?
Excellent as Always! Mar 8, 2007
I've used many of Kay Arthur's publications and products and they've never disappointed me. She's truly a Bible scholar and one of today's finest Bible literacy teacher world wide. Men and women both are privileged to sit under her teaching, simply because she relies totally on the Holy Spirit to be the teacher.
"Excellent, but probably a bit beyond her intended audience." Jan 1, 2006
I love Kay. She always seeks to make real-world applications. She does this so well for adults, I was curious to see how she would do with kids. In summary--not quite as well.
This book could be better described as "How to teach your kids the Bible". It has wonderful precepts and concepts, but these will be better used by adults FOR young children than BY those children.
Teens will be OK with these concepts, but I doubt a teenager would pick up a book with this cover.
If you have teenagers who are really into specific books of the bible, I would suggest (for Revelation at least) "Dragons, Grasshoppers & Frogs!".
For general bible study for teens, I think "What the Bible is all About" by H. Mears would be a better choice.
Again--Kay's precepts and concepts here are great. They are just a bit above the level of the audience for which they are directed.
Be Smart! Oct 19, 2005
This book has great content. My group of thirteen 5th graders is enjoying the book a great deal. However, the teacher needs to be smart about how to take concepts that are WAY above the heads of this age group and make them understandable. I wasn't too impressed with the books explanations. Using only the book I still got blank stares back from my group. An example of this would be the importance of historical, geographical, and cultural context. The book gave abstract examples that were not helpful to the kids. It took some time and some more age relevant examples for the kids to get those concepts. With that said, I still think this book is worthy of consideration.