One way to whisper the Word is to focus on how to read it. Great reading teachers, use many strategies to teach children how to read non-fiction. Great teachers, don't reinvent, they find quality resources and build on what is already created! Today I'm showing you two strategies through some blog posts/tools online that are already there!
Here are some strategies (that are really reading strategies) but are a commonly used as Bible Study methods and a link to a toolbox of ideas and reasons how to study the Bible from some great websites.
Scripture, Observations, Application, Prayer
Here's a kids version from home school creations that is a printable paper to fill in.
Here's an online SOAP program. You can save your whole study online.
Mom's toolbox has a What is SOAP explanation.
A simple strategy for studying God's Word. 3 Questions
I grew up with a similar pattern-- we asked:
- What does this verse/passage say?
- What does it promise?
- what does it command to obey?
- How does it apply to me today?
DoNotDepart has many sections on christian living, prayer, memorization and Bible Study. I have tried many of their ideas personally and with children. It's a great resource. It has a tool box and great resources for all ages!
Here's a post if you've never spent daily time in the Word that is a great start.
Take time to click on a link or two and try a new strategy or reclaim a classic.