Bible Copy work (Homeschooling with the Bible as our textbook)Copy Work . Home school . Katie
Basically, we follow the method presented by this family. A student sits and copies the Bible word for word, letter for letter. It is to be exact and done diligently. But, we do a variation of what the Klein family does.
Here is how we do it in simplified steps:
We started copying at Genesis last year, but this year we skipped to Psalms, the older students actually copy a chapter from Psalms in the morning, and a chapter from Genesis in the afternoon. If you think the Old Testament will be hard for your student to copy and comprehend then start in an easier book, but once they start a book have them complete that book.
Draw a picture based on the chapter.
(currently I use these Notgrass Draw to Learn books to help with ideas of something to draw.)
Leader (usually mom) reads chapter to group and discusses it.
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