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Are you searching for a curriculum to teach children the Word of God? Teach Sunday School provides you with hundreds of printable Bible lesson plans, study material, and activities. They believe studying God’s word should be a joy and not a chore! 

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I had the honor of reviewing Teach Sunday School’s Bible Blueprints. This one-page study outlines the Bible book by book. This is a printable product, PDF download. The Bible can be intimidating as it’s long and often hard to fully grasp the unfamiliar words. At Teach Sunday School they strive to make the Bible simple, approachable and fun. The Bible Blueprints gives a birds-eye view of ONE book in the Bible. Instead of reading each and every chapter or verse, the blueprint gives the reader an overview that includes essential context and background with a perspective of what is going on throughout the study.

How We Used It

Our family chose to go through the New Testament part of the Bible Blueprint. As we read ahead for class their Sunday school class we added in the blueprint to go along with what their class will be covering. I also personally used the blueprints for my own personal devotionals. Each page has an overview of the chapter, sectioning out chapters throughout that book. For example, the book of Matthew is taken apart by chapters 1-2, 3-25, 26-28, but throughout 3-25, the are highlighted points explaining what was taught during the Sermon on the Mountain. This gave me and my children a new perspective and understanding of God’s word to go a little more in-depth with what God intended to be taught during that time. My 6 and 4-year-olds can only explain so much to what they receive but I believe this helped them understand what the story was more about. I really enjoyed having this extra tool on hand. 


Want to read more about how you can use Teach Sunday Schools’ Bible Blueprints? CLICK HERE with Homeschool Review Crew’s families’ stories on how we used the blueprints