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One of the most common questions I get is, “When will a Kindergarten Bible ABC Program be available?” While I do have a few planning pages in the work, it is still a long-term goal to add subsequent grade levels and (gasp) languages even. (“Do you have this in Spanish?” is probably the next popular question.)
Anyway, my boys have been all about Dab&Dot lately with these Free Sight Word Dab and Dot worksheets I made for First Grade Mom and I got to thinking it might be fun to make some more Dab and Dot Worksheets with a Bible theme:
I’m super excited at how they turned out. I chose to feature the lowercase alphabet alongside a beginning letter Bible picture for children to dab. There are also letter bubbles for children to seek and dab their letter for each worksheet.
This is the set of daubers we have at our house, they are nice because the ink doesn’t splatter everywhere. They have a flat cap so you can store them upside down, and they take a little bit of priming before use (which I don’t mind at all, I prefer priming to splattering/dripping ink)
With 26 different letters, these would make a colorful display in your homeschool or classroom setting. Give each child a letter or two, then back them with construction paper and hand them on the bulletin board. Or, print up the letters in your child’s name and have them create a colorful custom art project. Better yet, print up a complete set for each child in your Sunday School classroom and send them home with their very own Bible ABC book.
There are lots of possibilities with this set, especially when you pair it up with our Bible ABC Curriculum Notebook.
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