TOP TEN FREE BIBLE PLANS FOR PRE-K
My daughter is starting Pre-K this fall. I can not believe that we are at this stage already. The planner/engineer in me is ready to get a solid game plan for fall. I’ve learned that it takes a lot of prep work to get stuff ready for our Bible time much less homeschool time. Rather quickly, I learned that I needed some help. I was spending way too much time trying to figure which craft goes with this lesson and which story should we read. Ahhh!! There must be some help out there.
Turns out there is so much free information regarding Bible study plans for young kids, specifically homeschool curriculum. Yes!! Here are some that I’ve found in my research. We have tried out most of these and we will be trying out the rest soon to see which ones we like best. The plan is to be ready for my daughter to start pre-k this fall.
Here are the Bible plans I’m most excited about –
This is currently our favorite site for curriculum. The curriculum is from 1 year to 5 years. They make it easy for little brother to join in. They have a supply list to make gathering supplies and organizing easy. The curriculum makes teaching a piece of cake. Also, there are lots of options for the books, CDs, and other materials. If you don’t have a certain book listed just use one you do have or make a special trip to the library to pick it up. I also love how there are many objectives for the lessons all centered around the Bible theme. I think you’ll enjoy these Bible plans.
This one has a yearly membership for several curriculums but the original children’s curriculum is open to both members and non-members. It’s organized by book of the Bible. It’s geared toward 1st through 6th graders but you could use it for more advanced preschoolers. Or only use parts of it to supplement your preschoolers. They have a program for little ones but it’s under the paid membership. So check out the free version before you decide.
We love God’s Little Explorers. I love how there is a theme for each week like “God’s Word is a Treasure” is the theme for the first week. Everything is centered on that theme, even the letters. You and your little one will enjoy these lessons.
There is so much on this site. I have been using the info here for years in Sunday School. The lessons are also organized by theme. And there are usually multiple lessons per theme. Be sure to check out their coloring pages. Lots of those, too.
I’m in love with the Joyful Heart Character Lessons. There are 38!! There are plenty of free printables for each week, too. If you want to focus on building character in your kids, this is the place to do it.
Another great resource for Bible lessons. Their information is broken into series. Each series has multiple lessons. The first series is ‘God Loves Me’ and each lesson is geared toward the central theme. There is some good stuff on this site.
This is a fabulous professional resource. This company is a part of the David C Cook company and pulls curriculum from multiple sources. Everything in the lessons is digital. Lessons include music, lots of easy play ideas, materials list, and a teacher devotional. I am surprised that this high-quality material is free. Please note that this material is geared toward Sunday School but can easily be transferred into a homeschool routine.
There a tons of lessons here. Over 250!! This site is made for Sunday School (hence the name) but can easily integrate. There are several activities in each lesson, which is nice. Also, there is a section for coloring pages, crafts, etc. This makes it easy to find supplement materials for other lessons or for a quick quiet time fix.
There are several weeks of lessons here. The lessons are very hands on which makes my active learner very happy. You should keep an old t-shirt around for lots of painting. If you have a hands-on learner you should check this out.
This site has several printables for both kiddos and mom. There are also 11 character studies. Each study is four days long. The first one is arguing. Anyone with two kids needs will appreciate this character study.
There is a lot of homeschool subjects here and for many different grade levels. There are several Bible lessons but most Bible lessons are for 1st grade and up. But like I said for Calvary Curriculum, you can use parts for your preschooler and supplement. It is a good study for advanced preschoolers or you can simply hang on to this one for later.
BONUS – Here are some free printables for you to enjoy!!
There are lots of free printables on these sites. They make it easy to quickly print off what you need. I will be using these often during our Bible time.
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