Your students will LOVE learning about the Torah with this wonderful set of Torah resources for kids. Includes 54 Torah Portion coloring worksheets, a My Parsha Notes worksheet, and five study guides spanning the books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. PLUS detailed scripture references for further Bible study and an answer key for teachers!
This printable Activity Book can be used to fill a Bible interactive notebook or as standalone activities. You may use the Torah Portions in the order we present them or as a supplement to your Bible study activities. The perfect resource to keep on hand for Homeschoolers, Sabbath and Sunday School teachers, and parents. Very little teacher prep needed. Just print the worksheets you need, and go!
“I cannot thank you enough for your ministry! I teach elementary school age children in my life group. The biblical accounts that you have brought to life are what I use to teach. These children are captivated when I read and when they see the beautifully illustrated pages. When I only read the suggested number of pages they all moan and groan because I’ve left them hanging. Then I move on to the teaching notes and questions. It’s so hard to pick which child is going to answer because ALL of their hands are in the air.” (Kelly, USA, via email)
WHO IS IT FOR?
Kids ages 7-12, homeschooling, and children’s ministry leaders
✵54 Torah Portion coloring worksheets
✵Five Weekly Torah Portion study guides
✵My Parsha notes worksheet for extra notetaking
✵A detailed answer key for teachers and parents
WEEKLY TORAH PORTIONS INCLUDE:
Bereshit, Noach, Lech-Lecha, Vayeira, Chayei Sarah, Toledot, Vayetze, Vayishlach, Vayeshev, Miketz, Vayigash, and Vayechi.
Shemot, Va’eira, Bo, Beshalach, Yitro, Mishpatim, Terumah, Tetzaveh, Ki Tisa, Vayakhel, and Pekudei.
Vayikra, Tzav, Shemini, Tazria, Metzora, Acharei Mot, Kedoshim, Emor, Behar, and Bechukotai.
B’midbar, Nasso, Beha’alotcha, Shelach Lecha, Korach, Chukat, Balak, Pinchas, Matot, and Masei.
D’varim, Va’etchanan, Eikev, Re’eh, Shoftim, Ki Teitzei, Ki Tavo, Nitzavim, Vayelech, Ha’azinu, and V’Zot HaBerachah.