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5 Reasons to Love Write Through the Bible by Intoxicated on Life

What is Write Through the Bible??

Write Through the Bible is a copywork style handwriting and scripture memory curriculum. The child spends the year writing passages from the Bible. Write Through the Bible is a 4 day curriculum, with the option of a 5th day.

Read: How to Make a 4-day Schedule Work For Your Homeschool

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This is such an awesome idea in my opinion!

I’m all about combining as many subjects as you can, and having everything flow really well together.

With Write Through the Bible, you get that! I love that my children will get scripture memory and handwriting practice in one program.  And since it’s copywork, the child will also learn proper punctuation and grammar. Plus it can even improve spelling skills.

Sounds like a winner to me!

If all that doesn’t make you love this curriculum, I have 5 reasons that will….

Write Through the Bible

5 Reasons to Love Write Through the Bible:

#1: You are literally copying the Bible word for word.

Ok… so what’s the big deal about that?

I want my children to love the word of God and hide it in their hearts. So for me… it’s a HUGE deal that they are getting that exposure to the Bible.

I want my children to love the word of God and hide it in their hearts. So for me... it's a HUGE deal that they are getting that exposure to the Bible. #writethroughthebible #homeschooling #handwriting #copywork Click To Tweet

Intoxicated on life also sells Bible Study curriculums that go right along with the Write Through the Bible series! So, on top of learning the scripture through copywork, your child can dig deeper in the scripture, and gain a better understanding of it.

The Heart of Humility

The Bible Study we used was Heart of Humility. (pictured above)

#2:  It’s Customizable.

There are a ton of options with this curriculum.

  • 4 or 5 day schedule
  • 3 different levels (Junior, Intermediate, Mastery)
  • Ball and Stick, D’Nealian, or Cursive
  • Bible Versions ( KJV, ESV)
  • Digital book or a physical copy (they have new spiral bound books now!)

We like to use KJV for memorizing Bible scriptures because that is what they use to memorize them at church. I have found that KJV is really hard to find! So it is awesome that they offer KJV.

#3: It can fit right in with the Charlotte Mason method!

It compliments Charlotte Mason’s methods well! Copywork as handwriting!

Love it!

#4: Super easy to use!

Write Through the Bible Junior

There are no overwhelming and hard to understand teacher’s manuals. It’s super simple and effective! You could call it an open-and-go curriculum…. which is great for this busy mom of 4.

The less planning, the better!

Read: The Complete Guide to Planning Your Homeschool Year

#5: Very Affordable

This is a huge plus! So many handwriting curriculums are $40 or more! When you have multiple children… that starts adding up pretty quickly.

Example of Original Cost (no sales):

Junior Workbooks range from $19- $27

Intermediate Workbooks range from $15- $21

Mastery Workbooks range from $10- $17

Plus right now they are having a closeout sale!!! So you could get it for even cheaper.

Write Through the Bible

With all that said…

I really like Write Through the Bible. It is a really unique program. I recommend going over to check it out, and checking out that sale!! You can see a good preview inside each book before buying it.

If you have tried Write Through the Bible by Intoxicated on Life, tell me about your experience with it in the comments below!

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