Studying God's Word: Book F

Forsideomslag
Christian Liberty Press, 3. maj 1999 - 208 sider
In this series, the books of the Bible are taught in chronological order (from Genesis to Acts) rather than in the order they appear in the Bible, so students can comprehend the flow of Bible history. Each workbook contains helpful exercise questions and map work as well. Teacher manuals for Books C-H are available. Book F covers I Samuel through Malachi. Grade 5.

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4 stjerner
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2 stjerner
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1 stjerne
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Poorly designed book

Brugeranmeldelse  - Chell - Christianbook.com

Studying God's Wood Book G is poorly designed. Each lesson gives a brief story which does not correspond with the questions being asked. To find the answers to the questions the child has to search ... Læs hele anmeldelsen

Very relevant and age appropriate

Brugeranmeldelse  - katiejack - Christianbook.com

Great study for our homeschool time. This workbook is thorough and very fun for our 3rd grade son. He almost always chooses this subject as one of the top two choices to do first during the day (he ... Læs hele anmeldelsen

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V
2
VI
5
VII
7
VIII
10
IX
15
X
19
XI
23
XII
26
XLVIII
125
XLIX
128
L
129
LI
131
LII
134
LIII
136
LIV
139
LV
141

XIII
28
XIV
31
XV
34
XVI
36
XVII
39
XVIII
42
XIX
45
XX
47
XXI
50
XXII
54
XXIII
56
XXIV
61
XXV
62
XXVI
67
XXVII
68
XXVIII
71
XXIX
72
XXX
76
XXXI
77
XXXII
80
XXXIII
83
XXXIV
85
XXXV
89
XXXVI
92
XXXVII
96
XXXVIII
97
XXXIX
100
XL
103
XLI
104
XLII
107
XLIII
111
XLIV
113
XLV
117
XLVI
120
XLVII
122
LVI
144
LVII
145
LVIII
146
LIX
147
LX
151
LXI
152
LXII
153
LXIII
156
LXIV
157
LXV
158
LXVI
160
LXVII
163
LXVIII
166
LXIX
169
LXX
172
LXXI
173
LXXII
177
LXXIII
181
LXXIV
183
LXXV
184
LXXVI
185
LXXVII
187
LXXVIII
191
LXXIX
193
LXXX
195
LXXXI
199
LXXXII
202
LXXXIII
205
LXXXIV
206
LXXXV
207
LXXXVI
211
LXXXVII
214
LXXXVIII
215
LXXXIX
217
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