Preschool For preschoolers, the foundation is laid when the students are taught the books of the Bible through picture association. Although they cannot read, the use of these flipcharts has proven to be a very effective teaching method. Once the books of the Bible have been learned, students are introduced to a tabbed Bible which has corresponding pictures from the flipchart. Although these young students cannot read, they are able to locate any book in the Bible because of the knowledge they now have as a result of using the flipcharts with picture association. Students are introduced to Bible stories and are taught very easy memory verses as part of their program.
Elementary As students grow older and are promoted, advanced skills are introduced and serve as building blocks on the foundation attained as preschoolers. The teacher will assist students in becoming familiar with every aspect of their Bible. They will be taught the Divisions of the Bible and distinctive highlights contained within each book of a Division. They will learn details about each book such as the author and when the book was written. Memory work is introduced as part of their program. In addition to this knowledge, students will be taught the use of Bible maps. Basic Bible Skills games serve as retention tools to ensure that students have a full understanding and knowledge of the scriptures.
High School Now that students have a firm foundation, teachers can build on that knowledge with a more in depth study of subjects covered in previous years. In addition, booklets on Acts of Worship, Plan of Salvation and Fruit of the Spirit have been compiled with information and scripture references for students in this age group. Biblical knowledge is reviewed through the use of retention tools like Riddle Me This, Basic Bible Facts and Bible Duos.