Next year, I will be teaching History and Bible to the children at our little school, but I also wanted to incorporate a time when the kids can have a personal devotional time. Many of our children get to school early or end early and have nothing to do. I know a couple of my children had teachers in the past that had them do a Bible reading each day, and I loved that they were personally getting into the Word of God each day.
I had forgotten about how these teachers had built time into the school day for personal devotions until I was looking around Answers in Genesis website and saw all these printable devotionals for kids. It made me start thinking of what I can do with the kids next year.
As many of you homeschoolers know, there is a Build Your Bundle sale going on. (I am not an affiliate.) I took advantage of it, and a few of the products I bought in the bundle were these products:
- Developing a Quiet Time in the Character Bundle or Build Your own Bundle from Not Consumed – I will probably start the school year with them doing this 4 week study.
- Devotional Prayer Journal For Kids: Praying Biblical Virtues. This study will help kids develop the habit of daily reading and praying God’s Word. It is a 30-day devotional journal focused on Biblical virtues from The Character Corner. This was in the Character Bundle & Build Your Own Bundles.
- The Family Bible Study Toolkit – This has 20 templates for devotions for kids from Faith Along the Way. I could let the kids pick their own passage or give them a passage that goes along with our Bible or History lesson. This was in the Healthy Families Bundle & Build Your Own Bundles.
I looked for some more free resources for devotionals for kids, and here were a few I found:
- Quiet Time Journal for Kids is part of Not Consumed’s Ultimate Family Discipleship Printable Collection free for subscribers.
- This 7 Day Devo Journal (for 3-Ring Binders) from Morgan Harper Nichols would be great for tween or teen girls. (There are other 7 day devotional journal pages on this website as well.)
- Here is a free app from ThouArtExalted Ministries. It features Awake My Soul Daily Devotions and resources for women and tween/teen girls.
- Here are some devotional topics you could give the kids along with a journal page for them to record their thoughts — especially in the month of November. 24 Days of Psalms of Thanks: Five Minute Devotions for Families from The Purposeful Mom
- I like these short devotions for November from Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls
- Subscribers of Christian Homeschool Hub (CHSH) can download a simple devotional template.
- Here is a Wisdom Talks free devotional for subscribers from Path Through the Narrow Gate.
- Free printable blessings and prayer journal page from A Virtuous Woman.
- Your kids can read or listen to a daily devotional from Keys for Kids HERE.
- This printable Daily Devotion Report would be good for older children.
- Printable devotions from Answers in Genesis.
- If you google “free devotionals for kids”, you’ll find many websites that offer devotions that can be read daily.
Next week, I’ll share how one of my kid’s teachers used what my husband shared in a sermon to help her students be able to study the Bible for themselves every day. If you
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