Bible Workbook Vol. 1 Old Testament Review

Book Review: 

As a Sunday School teacher, I sometimes feel like I've run out of new, exciting ways to portray familiar Bible stories. Ever feel the same? I end up creating my own material and feeling a twinge of insecurity as I teach, which doesn't benefit me or the kids.

So I’m always on the hunt for new materials that will keep my class engaged and learning—and make it easier for me to teach. When I saw this Bible Workbook, I knew I had to grab one.

Organized chronologically, beginning with Genesis, this workbook has outlines for sections of the Old Testament, with lots of fill-in-the-blanks for students to learn. I find it refreshing to have it organized chronologically (Job is right after Genesis) and there is more or less material depending on the size of the subject (Genesis has a lot of material, while 1 and 2 Samuel, Kings, and Chronicles are combined into "The United and Divided Kingdom."

Besides the fill-in-the-blanks, there are some other fun elements to this workbook as well—there are also full-page maps (what student doesn't love a good map!), interactive diagrams, and exercises.

The pages are tear-out, which make it easy for photocopying, and have 3 holes to ensure an easy fit in a binder.

This workbook will have your students digging deep into their Bibles to complete the worksheets, growing in understanding of both the story and their Bibles. This is always a win!

Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.