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The ABCs of the Bible Review by Jacquelin Caffey

Digital Coloring Pages
Matt Ebisch

The ABCs of the Bible Digital Coloring Pages are a set of 52 pages of blackline masters with pages for your children to color from Adam to Zacchaeus. For just $9.99 you also get access to letter practicing sheets that correspond with the alphabet pages. This set is ready to use right from the start after you download, just supply a coloring source like crayons, colored pencils, or markers.

Using these pages is quite simple if you have access to a printer. They are perfect to use with children during quiet time or when you are reading aloud to your children. We have enjoyed using these pages during our morning time. Sometimes I have used a page that corresponds to what we are reading in the Bible, while other times I have just let the girls pick a sheet they want to color. They have especially come in handy with keeping my toddler, who wants to “do school”, busy with markers or crayons while I am reading aloud or helping one of the older girls.

We have really enjoyed incorporating this digital coloring sheets into our daily studies. The ease of just printing a sheet, or multiple sheets, off makes this product especially appealing to my family. I like having access to digital products that allow me to make copies for multiple children inside my family. If I had to say one complaint about these coloring pages is that the writing is too close to the edge of the paper. We like to hole punch our loose pages to save in our yearly binders. It doesn’t detract fully from the quality of the workmanship; it is just a preference. Also, I wish the logo of the company was a tad bit smaller on each of the pages. Some of the logos seemed to overpower and take away from the drawings. However, my children didn’t seem to notice too much and liked the option of whether or not they would color a sheet while I read aloud or not.

The ABCs of the Bible digital coloring pages are an excellent addition to our homeschool morning. My toddler enjoyed them tremendously and felt a sense of pride to have his own set of papers during the day. Having these coloring pages at our disposal has been a positive experience for all and I would recommend them to all families who would like to add the option to color while learning.

—Product Review by Jacquelin Caffey, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, LLC, January, 2016