I've been on a copywork quote page creating kick lately.
I designed the C. S. Lewis Copywork Quotes.
And the Dr. Seuss Copywork Quotes.
Today I'm sharing Proverbs Copywork for Kids.
Just click on the image to download the pdf.
Thank you so much – these are amazing! We’d been looking for some copywork to do occasionally with our daughter, and some of it is either for much younger children, or just not a topic that would interest her, but these will; she loves Proverbs!
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This is nice, but I am having the hardest time finding KJV verse sheets like this for my son. It seems like all the Bible verses for kids these days are from every modern version out there.
Thank you so much! I was really looking for something for my seven year old for some copywork, and this seems to be just about perfect!
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I love finding meaninful printables. Wish they were in cursive as we are working with cursive, but these are jewels to learn and follow.
Great work! I love the detail you put into these. My kids are too young for copy work yet (ages 4 & 3), so we’ve been memorizing a proverb each week with hand motions! It’s great to hear how other moms are instilling God’s Word in their kids’ minds
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Just wondering if the Future Heroes Lesson book is lined, as the other copywork lessons are? I’d like to order this for my 6yro, but need to know about the lines first.
These copywork pages are wonderful! Thank you so much for them. I like that they are in an easy to understand version. I know a lot of people prefer KJV, but until a child can understand what is being conveyed, they somethimes get lost in the thees and thous. The size is perfect too. It is long enough to keep my children excited, but to so long they will be asking for another book of the Bible. And lastly, I like that they are in print. I did not formally teach my children print, only cursive. They have, however, picked-up print on their own (sloppy as it is). I plan to complete half the pages in print as written. They will need the example for correct formation. And the other half they will convert to cursive from your print. It makes them think a little harder! Thank you again for these. Another way to make The Word a living, breathing part of our day.
What a gift! thank you!!
Thank you so much for these!
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I featured you on my blog, Blessed Beyond a Doubt where I post freebies. I was just checking to make sure it is ok to use your image with a link back of course.
I look forward to hearing from you,
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Yes! Thank you! Ami
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Wonderful and right on time for what I am teaching!!! Thank you!!
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