Character Curriculum With Flash Cards

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I like having a variety of teaching materials on hand for biblical character instruction in our home. One of the resources I rely on for such curriculum is Character Concepts (formerly The Learning Parent) by Rick and Marilyn Boyer.

We have been using Character Trails in our home for quite some time now. Although it was written for ages 6-9, we easily adapt it for our four kids, ages 0-5. Each of the character traits in the book has a relevant Bible story, memory verse, a “real-life” story often starring the Boyer family, and a story from American history.

Sometimes we use Character Trails as a daily devotion sort of reading. Other times, such as for our Attentiveness unit, we use the materials to help build a focused study on a character trait that needs some attention in our home. The kids especially enjoy hearing the real-life stories of other kids as well as using the coloring sheets that you can download to go with the book.

We have really enjoyed the Character Trails books and I’m sure we’ll be buying more of the materials from Character Concepts at our upcoming homeschool convention. (We have their felt Busy Bible as well and the kids love it!)

Character Concepts has generously offered given me an extra copy of their Character Trails book, along with the associated flash cards, to bless a Proverbial Homemaker reader with!

Enter here for a chance to win the book and flash cards. The winner will be chosen on June 4th and notified. The winner has 48 hours to claim their prize before another winner is chosen. U.S. Residents only.

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Disclosure: I was provided with a free copy of Character Trails in order to give my own personal opinions on it. The opinions I have given are mine and may differ from others but were not influenced by the company or the free product provided.

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This Post Has 28 Comments

  1. This looks cool.

  2. Obedience. Or patience. Kindness? LOL
    Thanks for the chance.

  3. Thank you for this giveaway! I agree, obedience is huge. Also forgiveness.

  4. Obedience for sure. Thank you for the contest.

  5. Patience!

  6. I would like to try this with my children. Thanks….

  7. What a great giveaway! Obedience!

  8. Obedience 🙂

  9. Respect. If we respect and honor others then it pretty much takes care of most problems!

  10. Patience!! Thanks for the chance!

  11. I would love to win as I am never positive that I am doing all I can to teach character in my children.

  12. Respectfulness and obedience are big ones in our house!

    Christie

  13. I would love to have this!!!!!!!! thanks for the giveaway!! God Bless Holly

  14. Right now we are needing to work on obedience (quickly, sweetly, and completely)

  15. Patience and kindness. In this microwave world we live in, patience seems to be a thing of the past. #needmorepatience!!

  16. Obedience, but I’m sure all of them are good to learn about.

  17. Amazing. I need Godly help!!!

  18. We are definitely needing to work on patience and self-control right now at our house. This would really help.

  19. This would be wonderful in our home of 6 kiddo’s!

  20. i would want to work on all the charater traits ..in guiding and training my children

  21. I want to teach my children self control and compassion.

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