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Customer Reviews for Standard Publishing Thru-the-Bible Coloring Pages (Ages 6-8)

Standard Publishing Thru-the-Bible Coloring Pages (Ages 6-8)

These pictures help early elementary children learn age-approproate lessons and keep them focused on God's Word with a special section of Bible memory pages. You'll find reproducible pages, Bible story pictures with story title Scripture reference, application pictures to help your students undwerstand Bible truths, and memory pictures. Recommended for ages 6 to 8. A HeartShaper Series Resource from Standard Publishing.
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Customer Reviews for Thru-the-Bible Coloring Pages (Ages 6-8)
Review 1 for Thru-the-Bible Coloring Pages (Ages 6-8)
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Date:February 26, 2010
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Nikki Neth
This is such a great coloring book! It is perfect for beginning to teach and understand the God's Holy Word. I will be using it in a Kindergarten classroom at a Christian school in the fall as I teach each different Bible lesson. I plan to use it in the morning as a morning activity. At the end of the year, the students will have a paraphrased Bible to take home and share with family and friends! I love it!
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Review 2 for Thru-the-Bible Coloring Pages (Ages 6-8)
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Date:October 27, 2009
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Susan Davis
Always in search of good Bible story coloring pages and this one is very good. Suits my needs perfectly.
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Review 3 for Thru-the-Bible Coloring Pages (Ages 6-8)
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Date:May 13, 2008
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Madagascar Mama
This is an excellent resource that includes more than just the better known Bible stories. On the reverse of each page is a "generic" image with a theme that supports the Bible story. The pictures are cute without being cutesy. The only drawback was that I felt that more "people of color" could have been used in the generic images.
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