These notebook pages are part of a plan, for using your family Bible reading, for learning vocabulary, grammar, and creative writing.
Take turns reading in the Bible.
As you read look for words, you don't understand or would like to learn more about. Write in vocabulary notebook, and look up the meaning in a children's dictionary.
Then Pick the nouns, verbs, or whatever part of speech you are practicing for the month, from the reading. Write it in the grammar notebook.
Finally practice your writing assignment, in the writing notebook.
Notebook pages for:
Level A - Subjects and Articles
Level B - Subjects, Articles, Pronouns, Verbs, and Sentence Writing
Level C - Subjects, Direct Objects, Articles, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, and Quiz Writing
Level D - Subjects, Direct Objects, Articles, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions, and Paragraphs
Level E - Nouns, Articles, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjunctions, and Letter Writing
Level F - Nouns, Articles, Pronouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Prepositions, Conjuntions, and Story Analysis and Writing
High School A - Diagramming and Bible Overview Writing
High School B - Diagramming and Poems
High School C - Diagramming and Essays
High School D - Diagramming and Devotional
This book has the date, and the daily reading for each day, already layed out. Daily readings contain a kjv reading from old testament, new testament, psalms, and proverbs for each day. There is example on christianbook.com website.
ABC Book of Bible People milestonebooks.com
A Light for my Path: A ABC Book Based on Psalm 119 apologia.com
The above books to use with your phonics workbooks. Some good cheap phonics workbooks are The Letters and Their Sounds or Learning Through Sounds both from milestonebooks.com
A Bible Alphabet banneroftruth.org
My ABC Bible Verses
Egermier's ABC Bible Stories
above items at cbd.com
For penmanship and spelling: Memoria Copybooks
Scripture: characterwritingworksheets.com in their store under Literature
above items also at cbd.com
As students practice, have them take special note of any words that are new to them, spending alittle time studying them. Then after they are done with their work in the books, in a separate handwriting notebook, have them write the verse without looking. Grade it for correct spelling, and Bible. This way they are learning spelling, handwriting and Bible. With KJV having a vocabulary of over 12,000 words this is a good place to start. As they get older you may want to study more advanced, less used, words with greek and latin roots.