Tagged: Scripture memory
We have been using the memory verse box system for about 7 years now and I love it. My question is about my youngest, who is 8. He has been hearing these verses every morning for a couple years now. But some of them, he only hears once a month. And I have realized he is a visual learner, so hearing them does not help him learn the verse, especially the ones that he hears so infrequently. We also learn catechism questions using the same method. I am not sure how to help him “catch up” on all the memory verses and questions while still moving forward with the other children. It seems like a daunting task. Any advice?totheskydearParticipant
I give each of my kids their own memory verse box and verses to work on instead of doing it all together.CrystalNParticipant
I would just keep moving along learning new verses with everyone else. You can circle back around to the ones they “missed” at the end of their school career. With Bible I never really worry about “missed” lessons or verses. The Bible isnt a finite body of knowledge to learn. Every verse they hide in their hearts is a blessing. There is no magic set of verses to memorize that will make heir education complete. Just keep plugging along and know the Holy Spirit will guide what they retain. It is Him who does the teaching, not us.
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