By the end of the year, I hope to be able to share with you a really incredible human study curriculum that can be combined as your primary science curriculum for a school year or as your core curriculum if you need a break from more history-based curriculum, as most homeschoolers generally seem to follow.
In the meantime, for most of the Bible component of this curriculum we'll be studying Psalm 139 -- and memorizing the whole thing over the school year. So far, the printables I created to go along with the Bible lesson part of this curriculum, are the only thing complete -- start to finish.
I'm so excited to be able to share them here -- for FREE -- if you or homeschoolers you know could benefit from having printables that go along with Psalm 139 (NIV) even before using it as part of a Human Study curriculum.
"But hey," you might be thinking, "I don't homeschool."
That's okay. You can just ignore this post or you can certainly challenge yourself to learn the passage and use these printables to help you, if you'd like. Whatever you want to do. This chapter in Psalms is pretty incredible and it has special meaning to me because a portion of it was the first Scripture I ever was challenged to memorize (at youth camp). Even though I don't remember all of it now, parts of it are as clear to me as the day I started memorizing.
So even if you don't do any of that, I'd love to get your feedback on the printables themselves. This is the first time I've created something like this and shared them with the public, so I don't really know that I'm going about this the right way. I even had to find out from C how to share documents on this blog, so this whole process is new to me.
Okay, the printable links:
|The Poster Set|
|Handwriting Set - both print and cursive|
Okay, so you know, all the royalty-free clipart used in the creation of these printables was found at Clker.com. All printables are in PDF format and if you don't have a PDF reader (there are people who still don't?), go here to download one for free.