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Designed to help fifth and sixth graders dig into the Bible and be transformed by it.

Think real Bible study is dull? Think again.

The Bible Study Guide curriculum for kids in fifth and sixth grade helps them experience the Bible in detail while learning the overall story through a time line, maps, and much more. Through 416 lessons, students encounter Jesus throughout the Bible. They not only apply what they learn to their lives, they learn HOW to apply it. Your 10, 11, and 12 year old kids can really learn God’s word!
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Advanced Student Pages

The Advanced Student Pages challenge students to think about and apply God’s word with an interactive Bible story, review, memory work, maps, a time line and engaging application activities.

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Bible Book Summary Cards

Imagine learning the basic content of every Bible book! You can with the Bible Book Summary Cards. The Student Pages will refer you to these cards in nearly every lesson. They are that helpful!

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Wall Maps & Time Line

The Wall Maps and Time line help students understand how all the Bible events, people and places fit together. They use removable and reusable labels. This is “big picture” stuff!

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Advanced Teacher Key

The Advanced Teacher Key has all the answers marked for the teacher, guidance using the Wall Maps and Time Line and helpful background information. Highly recommended for Bible class teachers.

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Children’s Songs

Collection of 90 songs includes songs that help with memory work.

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Advanced Level Starter Pack

Everything you need for your 5th-6th grade student in one convenient package. Available in a Basic edition and Premium edition.

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“The kids love your pages and I love how detailed they are - they don't skip a thing, so much so that I'm learning things I didn't know.”