Our Favorite Bible Curriculum

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One of my favorite things about being a mom is to be able to teach my children about God and His ways. Every day provides amazing opportunities to point to Jesus, learn the scripture, and grow together as the Lord continues to shape us into the image of Christ.

Of all the things we can teach our children, a love for God and His Word is the highest priority. Bible Road Trip from Thinking Kids Press is the primary resource that our family uses to teach the Bible in our home! It is our favorite Bible curriculum, great for any family whether you homeschool or not and can serve as a backbone for intentional discipleship in your home. 


This is our favorite Bible curriculum that we also use as a family devotion and discipleship tool!

If you take it straight through, Bible Road Trip is designed to help your family go through the Bible cover-to-cover in three years with breaks for summer. During the course of their school years, you can go through the Bible three times, each time digging a little deeper and exploring a bit more.

Bible Road Trip is designed for Pre-k through 12th grade. There are five different levels of learning and will take you through the entire Bible in 3 years. Each year includes a Parent / Teacher Guide and 32 weeks of curriculum schedules for all grades. You can also get Notebooking Journals for more in-depth learning, especially helpful for homeschooling. 

Bible based homeschool curriculum for history

How We Use Bible Road Trip

Bible Road Trip is a an extensive Bible learning resource that you can use in a variety of ways. In our family, we read from the scripture for the day and talk over the discussion questions. This is basically our daily family devotion together. Then for homeschooling, we continue the learning by doing some of the recommended readings and activities, and my oldest (10) works on his Notebooking Journal.

Readings and activities may include a little craft or hands-on activity, reading about another country/people group and praying for them, completing a notebooking page, working on a memory verse, or watching a What’s in the Bible? video to go along with the lesson!

Really, Bible Road Trip is easily adjusted to whatever level you want to use it for. It is also easy to adapt for multiple ages and grade levels, which this mama of many finds extremely helpful! 

Truly, Bible Road Trip is part of the bread and butter of our homeschool day. I love that it is biblically solid so I don’t have to worry about any filtering on my part and, truth be told, I learn a lot as well! 

You can find out how we use Bible Road Trip for history, language arts, art, and more. It’s even a great add-on activity for our Bible Brick Challenges!

See a Demo and Interview with the Author!

Click the links below to go to FB Live video replays showing the inside of the curriculum and an interview with the author! 


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This Post Has 232 Comments

  1. My children range in age from 15 months to 16 years. I will use it as a family study and adapt it as needed for age levels.

  2. I have a daughter in her early teens that could greatly benefit from it. I also have friends with younger kids

  3. this sounds like another amazing giveaway. would love for my girl who likes “research” books.

  4. 3 and 6

  5. I have 8 children ages 13, 12, 10, 8, 6, 5, 3 and 10 months. Only the oldest 5 are “officially” schooling, but like with any homeschooling family, everyone gets in on the fun, at some level or another. 🙂

  6. My girls are 7 and 8 and this Bible curriculum looks great for our family. Hope we win 🙂

  7. My kiddos are 3,5, and 9. This sounds like a wonderful way to help the learn about our Lord!

  8. The children I would be teaching Bible Road Trip to aRe 5, 7 and 9.

  9. I have a 11 year old and 14 year old. I have never heard of this particular Bible curriculum but it looks like it would be great !

  10. Would love to try this curriculum. Been looking for something good for bible time that would engage the children better. Love the journal idea.

  11. My son is 8.

  12. The kids I’d be teaching with Biblf road trip would be 12, 10, 7, 2.5 and 1 month. 🙂

  13. I have students in Kindergarten, Middle School, and High School.

  14. I have 4 kiddos I’d be using this with, 12, 8,7 and 3. We have used a little bit of the program but need to get back to it.

  15. My kids are 16, 14, 9. We need some Bible curriculum consistency!

  16. I have been really interested in Bible Road Trip but not purchased yet. My kids are ages 8-2 and we’ve struggled a little with our Bible curriculum this year.

  17. I would love this. I am teaching a child in prek.

  18. My kids are 6 and 4.

  19. My kiddos are 6, 3, and 1 and I have a 4 year old on the way that we are adopting.

  20. My kids are 5, 7, and 9, and I think we’d all really like this!

  21. My children are 10, 8, 6, and 3. This curriculum sounds great for all of them.

  22. My kids are 6 and 4 (and a newborn) but would be 5 and 7 before we start

  23. My kids are 4 & 6. I have been checking out this program for a while. I think it’s wonderfully done!

  24. My sons are ages 14,11,9,and 6.

  25. My son who is 4 & 1/2.

  26. These look amazing! We are reading through the Bible this year, I think these would be awesome to go along with it!

  27. My child is 8 years old

  28. 10, 13, 15

  29. I’d donate it to our church, for the kids’ class that ranges from 4-8 years old.

  30. My children are 7, 5, 3, 2, and 9 months!

  31. Ages soon to be 8, already 6, and soon to be 3

  32. i will be teaching 2 boys ages 5 and 7

  33. 5, 7 & 11

  34. Just started homeschooling my Kindergartner and preschoolers… looks like an easy way to get new ideas for bible study.

  35. Awesome my two kids one is 12 another is 10yrs old.

  36. I’d be using this with my older kids 15 – 17.

  37. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  38. 14 & 11

  39. I actually use the curriculum with my 10, 8, and 5 year old,

  40. My kids are 2,4,6

  41. I would be teaching my 6 year old. My others are still a little too young.

  42. The ages of my children who homeschool are 16, 10, and 7.

  43. I have three boys, ages 8, 11, and 15. We are sort of all over the place age and grade wise.

  44. My boys are 9 & 12.

  45. My kids are 8 and almost 4.

  46. This curriculum looks wonderful !

  47. 1, 2, 3, 11, 13 and of course as they grow 😉

  48. They are 7, 9, and 12. Thanks!

  49. High school age, but I do have some younger nieces that would also love this too.

  50. My kids are 5 1/2 and 10 months 🙂 I need some more consistency in our Bible time. This sounds perfect!

  51. My kids are 13, 11, 7 and 4 years old

  52. My children are 3-17. I’d do a family study as a group.

  53. My (not so little) little munchkin is 10. This would be a great addition to our homeschool. Thanks for the giveaways aND Merry Christmas!

  54. My kids are 6, 4, and 2. I love that BRT lets you teach the same material to different ages, and the notebooking pages look beautiful.

  55. This would be awesome! I’ve been looking at this curriculum!

    1. I forgot to add that my sweet kiddos are kindergarten and pre-k.

  56. I’m using this with my 10, 12, and 13 year olds. Hope to include my 16 year old soon!

  57. Kids of 7 and 10 🙂

  58. My younger child is a young 7. She is who we would cater our Bible study to.

  59. 5 almost 6

  60. I’ve been very interested in this curriculum, so winning it would be a great way to see if I like it. I have 4 kids in the range of 4-14.

  61. My kids are 8 1/2 and 10 -2 days!! Thanks

  62. My students are 13, 11, 7 and 4.

  63. I have four boys they range from 4 months to 9 years! We have been homeschooling for 3 years now and we love it!!!!

  64. Our children are 15, 12, 11, & 9

  65. My 3 older children are 8, 4 and 3. I dont think our newborn is quite ready for anything but will be some day!

  66. I have 8 and almost 6 year olds who love God’s Word!

  67. My kids are 8 and 10. We are always looking for ways to incorporate Bible into our days. I have never heard of this one before, sounds like a great idea. And I love that its books, and not online.

  68. My kids are 8 and 9

  69. My boys will be 7 and 5 when I start homeschooling in the fall.

  70. My children are 6 and 9, this looks like a wonderful resource!

  71. This looks fantastic! My kiddos are ages 9, 7, 5, and 4.

  72. My kids are 7, 6, 4.5, 3, and 2 months. The two oldest do the most school right now, but the 3 and 4 year olds listen in and they’ll be school-age soon enough!

  73. This sounds like a great curriculum. Currently we just view AWANA as our Bible curriculum but I certainly wouldn’t mind something with a little more depth. My kids range from almost born to age 11 so I might struggle to pick a level :).

  74. My kiddos are 7 and 3 years old.. We might even be able to get their 26 year old brother to do it with them….it would be a win win since he stopped going to church.

  75. My kids are 19 mos, 5, 7, and 14. The youngest and oldest probably won’t use it.

  76. My kids are 4, 6, and 7. I have been looking for a bible curriculum that is more engaging then just reading through the Bible everyday…something that will hold their attentions better.

  77. My kids are 6 and 4.

  78. Looks like something my DD, teen, would enjoy. .

  79. Great giveaway! I’ve been looking at this for years!

  80. My children range from 9 to 16 months. Thanks for the giveaway!

  81. My kidlings are 8, 6, 4, 2, and 0 (though my youngest might not learn much the first year). 😉

  82. 5 children ages 2 to 11….I know the Bible is a book for young and old, but this will help me organize and bring it to each child’s level

  83. This looks wonderful! My children are 11, 8, & 5 and I would love to add this to our home school day! We are always on the lookout for ways to engage them in God’s Word.

  84. This curriculum looks neat! My kids are 5, 7 and 9.

  85. 11 and 13.

  86. I am thinking about getting this to start after Christmas break, winning would be amazing. And, we are expecting a baby in April, so to have the Wonderfully made book for the kids would be perfect. It’s like the best prize ever!

  87. 5 years and 9 years

  88. My boys are 9, 6, and 3

  89. Sounds interesting!

  90. My kids are ages 2-9.

  91. My students are in 5th, 3rd, 1st, and two preschoolers- one of whom may start K halfway through the year. .

  92. 5 and under

  93. Our girls are 16 & 14 this year. We have been using the Picture Smart Bible (and I really like it), but I would like to have a different bible study for them next year.

  94. DD 14, DD 13, DS 8 !
    I would love to use this with them !!!
    Linda Marie Finn

  95. FEARFULLY & WONDERFULLY Made would be Quite valuable right now – as several babies are joining our family in the next several months! BIBLE Centered is the BEST Part of the book!!

  96. 15, 13, 11, and 7

  97. I love bible road trip. We have been using it in our homeschool for almost a year now for my little one. Not only has she learned but I have learned so much.

  98. 11, 14, and 17

  99. My kids are six, four, two, and nine months!

  100. My kids are 12, 9, 8 and 5 years old. Next year we will start homeschooling, this will be perfect for bibletime.

  101. I have a HS Senior that would LOVE to have this! What a wonderful product.

  102. infant to 5 years old

  103. Hi! My kids are ages 9, 7, 6, 2 and a 3 month old baby. This sounds like a great giveaway!

  104. Bible Road trip looks great!

  105. He is 11, but we have not done much Bible study beyond little devotions type things before bedtime. Would like to have a guide to get further in.

  106. My kids are 5, 7,and 12. I’d love to win this Bible curriculum!

  107. 0, 2 and 4. We would use Bible road trip for many years to come. 🙂

  108. Mainly 9 and 12 year old but i wonder if my 5 year old will be interested.

  109. This looks great! My kids are 16, 13, 10, 7, and 5.

  110. My children are 6 and 8.

  111. My Preschooler and more kids to come would all benefit from this!

  112. kiddos are late elementary and jr high

  113. 15, 12, and 11.

  114. 7, 4, and almost 2. I’m very picky when it comes to bible stuff, so we’ll see…

  115. Thank you! I’d use it for homeschooling my kids ages 0-7.

  116. My son is in fourth grade so this would be great!

  117. My 6 yr old and his brothers who are 2 and 1 when they start school.

  118. 10 and 8

  119. I would love to use this for my 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th, and 10th grade children.

  120. My kids are 9 and 10.

  121. My kids are 13, 7, and almost 3.

  122. Another great giveaway! I’ve been looking for something that will walk us through the Bible from cover to cover. And I’ve heard wonderful things about “Wonderfully Made”. Thanks for offering them!

  123. 3, 5, and 8

  124. My children are 2 and 8 years old. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!!

  125. My kids are 2 & 5 but they would be 3 & 6 by the time we started using the curriculum.

  126. My children are 14, 10, 4, 2.

  127. My little guy is 3-1/2. We’re looking forward to preschool!

  128. 6th grade

  129. This will be useful for all the children!

  130. i would be using it for a 9, 12, and 14 yr old.

  131. My sons are 14 and 8 years of age. Thank you!

  132. Our children are 9,8,6,4&2 They all would be so excited. And Mama would be thrilled to have help teaching Bible for 3 years. Awesome!!

  133. The ages of the children who would benefit from this are 14, 12, 8, 6, 4, and 2. Thank you for the chance to win this resource!

  134. My children are 16 and 11.

  135. My kids are 1.5 through 15.

  136. 4 & 6!

  137. My child is 6 years old.

  138. I like the way it is a “full solution for your family’s Bible teaching needs!”

  139. I’m excited about the fact that the Curriculum can be used across a range of age groups as I have a 9,6,4 and 2 year old at home.

  140. I would be interested in the journaling part of the curriculum.

  141. I love that we can read through the bible as a family!

  142. What would be most interesting to me about using the Bible Road Trip curriculum is learning to dig deeper through God’s word and learn things we don’t know. I love learning, and so do my children, and I really would love to learn more about God’s word with a curriculum already done, as I’m terrible at organizing. haha
    (And I love that there is a KJV option as well, because there aren’t very many Bible studies that I’ve found that use the KJV.)

  143. My children and Grandchildren would greatly benefit from this study. Currently I research 3 different sites to pull together Sunday School curriculum because we can’t afford to purchase several. The kids range from 2, 4, 7, 11, 14 and 16. Thank you for this opportunity!

  144. I would love to win this curriculum.

  145. I have 3 children 16, 14 and 9 years old. I used the sample pack and loved it.. If we could afford the program , I would bought it!
    Our kids need to study the Bible more intensively to prepare them for life!

  146. I am interested in knowing how one curriculum works from preschool – high school! That is intriguing.

  147. I think it is great that this works on different levels for the whole family.

  148. I’ve had a hard time finding a Bible curriculum that is doable for our family AND interests my kids. I’ve heard good things about this one, and I like you can do multiple levels all at once.

  149. I have a 10 & 6 year old boys. I was looking for neat and fun ways to incorporate Bible reading.

  150. I clicked away so I’m not sure I’m commenting at the correct place, but I am very interested in this giveaway. My children range from 12-2 so it is always great to find resources which are made to bridge the gap without sacrificing depth and truth.

  151. I love how this Bible curriculum can be used for all ages of children! Thank you for offering the giveaway!

  152. I love that with Bible Road trip children can go through the whole Bible in overview, learning about each book, while also drilling down to the specifics with memory verses!

  153. I like that this curriculum covers more of the Bible than most. I also like the research aspect of it. The notebooking journals look like they would be a good fit for us.

  154. I love the multi-age curriculum & adorable memory verse cards.

  155. It would be good to have something that works for all of the kids because the age gap between the oldest and youngest is almost 12 years.

  156. I like that it teaches Christian history, not the worldly version.

  157. Interested that it can be used for multiple years and grades.

  158. This is fantastic! I’ve never encountered curriculum that covers the entire Bible in so much detail. I’ll be able to learn right along with my son! I’ve been saved for 21 years and I hate to say it, but I still haven’t read the Bible cover to cover. I tend to bounce around while studying. This curriculum is a blessing for any age! Studies like this are exactly why we homeschool. God Bless!

  159. my kids are 4, 8, 10, and 14! i would love to help them learn the bible

  160. I love having an age-appropriate road map to the Bible for my girls! I want them to love the word, so I want to teach it to them in a way that they understand (not too dumbed-down and not over their head).

  161. I have looked at BRT for a while, and it sounds like it would be what I am looking for. I have yet to be at peace with a Bible curriculum. I have 3 boys, ages 11, 6, and 2.

  162. The most interesting thing about the Bible Road Trip is that it could be used for all ages and that it is a Bible survey.

  163. I think this would be a great way for my 5 & 4 year olds to learn more about the bible this next school year!

  164. I am most excited that this is a give away for the preschool and up set! I have a 3 year old and he already loves stories about Jesus. 🙂

  165. My kids are 4, 8, 10, 13, & 15. I like the idea of being able to use one curriculum and tailoring it to fit each child’s needs.

  166. I would be teaching kids ages 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11. I love that we can do it all together and it sounds like it would be more engaging for the kids than other things I have used.

  167. Our family started homeschooling last year and I have realised that nothing will work unless we focus everything of our day on the Lord. I came across Bible Road Trip very recently and I would love to use this as a cirriciculum basis for our schooling. I am not looking for just another bible study but for something solid that can teach about Gods word as it is from beginning to end and something to help me to teach and guide my kids to also live Gods word. In our currency this will be a very big expense for us and I am in the process to buy the sample pack so that we can start out so long whilst saving up for the complete cirricculim. Winning this cirriculum will be a great blessing unto us!

  168. Would love to try. I have four daughters (14,14,10,9) and one son (3).

  169. Thank you for offering this! I’ve been thinking about trying out Bible Road trip. My kids are spread out in age and ability so if I can use it for all of them, that is great! I need simplicity! I’m also encouraged by the biblical integrity.

  170. I love the cyclical method, where we introduce a concept then get more in depth as the kids get older.

  171. I’m excited to find a Bible curriculum that I can use with all my kids and not feel it’s too easy or hard for certain ones. I have 3rd-12th graders in our house. Hoping it could be a tool to use together.

  172. I have 3 children still at home homeschooling, ages 15, 13, 10. I like that the curriculum will cover the entire bible and focuses on overarching themes in the bible

  173. I’m excited about having something for all the kids to learn with and last through the years.

  174. My homeschooler is 6 y/o and we will use this study as a family study as well. We’ve been looking for something like this to implement for the whole family. There’s nothing more intimate than togetherness centered around Gods Word. Thank you for such a beautiful giveaway.

  175. most interested in having the plan to guide my kids through the Bible several times as they grow up

  176. my kids 6mo to almost 5, so love that we could use this now and all together as my kids get older.

  177. The ages of the children are 4 and 9. Thanks.

  178. HI, our children will be 5 and 7 and I have been looking into this for our oldest, who’s so literal, but with big feelings. I love that this works for a huge range of ages!

  179. I love the focus on studying the Bible as a family.

  180. I love that it is a complete survey and study of the entire Bible for all ages.

  181. My kids are 3,5,and 7. I’ve been very interested in this for a while now, but haven’t taken the leap to purchase yet.

  182. My kids are 7, 4, and 2. I love the idea of using this as a family devotion, then diving deeper and helping them learn more by including activities!

  183. I’ve been looking at this for a couple of years. My kids are finally getting old enough that I’m willing to try it out with them. I love how it is structured, not just a hodgepodge of materials!

  184. I love the ide of making this a family devotional! We just started reading through the Bible after dinner with our kids and would love something to add along the way!

  185. I’ve never heard of this before, but it sounds like just what we need in our schooling this year!

  186. This looks like fun interactive learning Bible lessons for my two youngest children

  187. I have four kids and homeschool as well. I have been praying for this very type of curriculum to do during our morning basket time! I’ll definitely be showing this to my hubby. Thanks for sharing!

  188. This would great to add to our homeschool curriculum and family bible time.

  189. I would love to win this giveaway! I’ve been looking for an excellent Bible Curriculum for our homeschool start up this summer that focuses on the actual BIBLE, and this looks like such a winner!!

  190. I like that we can study all together as a family at different levels but still discuss it as a family.

  191. Looks great! Love it for all the ages in the family.

  192. I have 1 high school, 1 middle school, and 1 elementary school aged child, so this multilevel curriculum would be great for all of us to study through. Thanks!

  193. This would be a great Bible curriculum for our family!

  194. I am planning on homeschooling my 3
    5 year old and 1 year old and would love to have something like this to get me started!

  195. I love the different levels for the different ages of my kiddos.

  196. I love that it can be used through high school?

    1. I meant ! Not ? ‍♀️

  197. I love that if you start in preschool you can go threw the Bible 5 times! Amazing blessing that would be.

  198. I have a 6 year old girl and a 3 year old girl. I like how I could use this with both of them.

  199. I have an 8, 11, 12, and 15 year old and definitely desire more structure and discipline in Bible studies.

  200. My daughter and I have been studying the bible for several years but haven’t followed any curriculum. I think it is time that we had some guidance and worked our way through more systematically. I’ve checked this out several times and I’m very interested in trying it.

  201. We have just started year 1 and my boys are loving it (7 and 5).” Mom can we do our Bible study first this morning?” Since we already have year 1, are we able to get year 2 if we win?

    1. If you win I can ask! But I believe it’s just for Year 1 🙂

  202. We are looking for a more concrete way to do our Bible studies in our homeschool with my 7 and almost 4 year olds. I have been considering using this curriculum for awhile, so I am excited about the giveaway opportunity. Thanks!

  203. I have heard rave reviews, and I’d luv to give it a try. It’s also for multiple ages…we have 6 kids (5-15) that would make Bible time so much easier than me planning separate studies. Thanks!

  204. Does the curriculum for Year 1 come with the notebooking journals and Bible verses for children too? I wasn’t sure what the curriculum actually included from the website. Thanks.

    1. The curriculum year 1 includes activities in the main curriculum document. The notebooking journals and Bible verse cards are sold separately. 🙂

  205. I would really like these tools/curriculum to use with my children who range from 2-12. I like that it can be used for all age levels.

  206. This looks like a great way to read the Bible together as a family and teach my faith to my child.

  207. I would love to have the chance to do more Bible studies with my 16 year old and 10 year old together. This looks like it fits the bill.

  208. I appreciate the systematic approach to the Bible as well as.extended discussion for different ages. My 7 and 9 year olds process information much differently.

  209. I like that it is a 3-yr curriculum that covers the whole Bible in depth for all ages–you can use it again and as children grow, they can dive deeper into the Bible and learn new things.

  210. It’d be nice to have some directions & actives.

  211. I’ve been looking for something we can do with all of our girls together at their different ages, and this looks great! I love that it works its way all through the Bible!

  212. I really like that this curriculum is for all ages and your child can go through the Bible 5 times throughout the curriculum.

  213. I love that you can start in preschool and use the same curriculum all the way through High School! Love love love programs that can be used multiple times at a higher level! I have three kiddos and the idea of using 1 bible program for all of them at the same time is very appealing!

  214. I have 5 kiddos ages 7 down to 3months. Super excited to be able to use this all together.

  215. Part of the reason I homeschool is to use the Bible and have Bible class. I’ve been looking at this Bible program for some time now.

  216. It would be awesome that by the time my twins start this in preschool, they would’ve read the Bible through 5 times in highschool!!!

  217. My husband and I are about to move to Dominican Republic to run a children’s home. There are 15 children ranging in age from 5-15. We are looking for ways to implement more bible study into their day and this looks amazing.

  218. I love how we can use this for all of our children! I love it when our family can study God’s Word and be all on the same topic at one time!

  219. I have six kids, so this would be used a lot!

  220. I liked the Bible in 3 years part. I am new here today. Thanks for the giveaway!!

  221. I love that it can be used with multiple ages at the same time.

  222. We value God’s word and being taught his truth, so the Voice of Truth is in our heads every day of every week of every month of every year. Winning this would mean the world to us!

  223. Awesome! Thank you! My boys are 5, 3 & 1. I love the idea that if I started now, and, Lord willing, continued this through high school, they could study the Bible in depth 4 times before they leave our home! Amazing!

  224. I love that the curriculum can be used by different ages. Very few programs can make this claim @nd really keep everyone engaged $

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