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Volume 2: Jesus is

ABC Bible Verses from the New Testament


that teach who Jesus is.








over 100 copywork pages included for K-5:
Letter Tracing, Manuscript, and Cursive.
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Teachers Guide- 4
Jesus isAuthor and Finisher- 9
Jesus isBread of Life- 12
Jesus isCornerstone- 15
Jesus isthe Door- 18

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About Memorization:

Bible Writer is a copywork and A-Z Scripture Memory system in one. It makes use
of two key memorization tricks to help commit information to long term memory.
1) It uses an Acrostic. In this case we make use of the Alphabet as an acrostic to
help remember 26 different verses. It is this taking of something familiar to
remember the new that makes this program easy even for young students.
2) It uses a common theme. It is shown that when we group or organize information
according to topic, it bundles it together in our memory so that it is easier to recall.
Key words, associated with who Jesus is, give the students a mental peg to hang the
verses on. Since all 26 verses have a common peg (names and attributes of Jesus),
it makes recollection much easier.
Instructions:

Below is a summary of all 26 verses for the teacher/parent so you can see all of
the scripture verses at a glance. Everyone has their own techniques for
memorization (ie: flashcards, copywork, make up a song, and so forth) My
recommended method for memorization is as follows but, by all means, use what
works for you. I recommend memorizing a new verse each week. Every 4
th
week
(or verse) you should take a week to review and recite what has been learned thus
far. By going at this pace your child can memorize all the verses in the set in 33
weeks. (A typical school year is 36 weeks.)
Day1- Read it. Write the scripture verse on a marker board, chalkboard, or
simply use the copywork page. Read the verse out loud with your student.
Talk about what it means. Make sure they understand the words, as some
verses will have new vocabulary for early elementary students. This is my
favorite part of the learning process because each week is introducing your
child to a new way to experience who Jesus is. Make sure you take the time
to focus on heart understanding first.
Day 2- Write it. Have each student child copy the verse. Writing is
considered a form of kinesthetic learning. Copywork will increase retention.
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Day 3- Dicate it. Dictate the verse to the student. The child is using their
visual memory of the verse (from their copywork) to write the verse on their
own as you read it out loud.
Day 4- Recite it. Have the student recite the verse.

Copywork Pages:
There are three kinds of copywork pages for each verse:
Letter tracing for emergent writers (Kindergarten) *verses are adapted
Manuscript writing for lower elementary (grades 1-2)
Cursive writing for upper elementary(grades 3-5)

Versions of the Bible used:
There are a mixture of versions used in this curriculum including NKJV, NIV, and
NASB. My priority was to use translations that held original meaning, simple
vocabulary, and short sentences. I used the version of the Bible that gave the
easiest verbiage for elementary age children to both understand and remember
the scripture.

A-Z Scripture Verses:

A- Jesus is Author and Finisher.
Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, who for the joy set
before him endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of
the throne of God. (Hebrews 12:2)

B- Jesus is the Bread of Life.
I am the bread of life. He who comes to me will never go hungry, and he who believes
in me will never be thirsty. (John 6:35)

C- Jesus is Cornerstone.
In bringing many sons to glory, it was fitting that Godshould make the captain of
their salvation perfect through suffering. (Heb. 2:10)
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D- Jesus is the Door.
I am the door ; if anyone enters through Me, he will be saved
The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I came that they may have life, and
have it abundantly. (John 10:9-10)

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Let us fix our eyes on Jesus, the
author and finisher of our faith.
Hebrews 12:2
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I am the bread of life. He who comes
to me will never go hungry.
John 6:35
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See I lay a stone in Zion, a precious
cornerstone, and the one who trusts
in Him will never be put to shame.
1 Peter 2:6
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I am the door; if anyone enters
through Me, he will be saved.
John 10:9
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