For those of you who are homeschoolers, or Sunday School teachers, you may find yourself wanting different ways to teach bible lessons. We all know that kids learn best with a bit of hands on. So how about some hands on with reproductions of biblical artifacts? Let’s get a peak at the past.
I was chosen as part of a review crew to work with a company called Biblical reproductions.
It was a surprise to be chosen since I hadn’t exactly asked for the position, but it was a nice surprise and I’m glad to share it with you all.
At Biblical reproductions you can find a peak at the past with their authentic reproductions of artifacts excavated from the Holy Lands. If you are wanting a unique way to help bring the Bible to life for your children, this is a great way to go about it.
Consider this. We have faith and believe that the bible is true and is God’s word. But faith isn’t always easy to teach, this is why we teach bible history. Biblical history gives our children facts to go on, especially if we can use other history sources that support the bible.
These scrolls that were found, bits of the temple, and other stuff are all tangible, physical proof that the bible isn’t a made up story book.
Imagine teaching your children from the bible and then giving them physical proof that what you were teaching about actually existed and isn’t just story book material! That is the mission of Biblical Reproductions.
I will be sent a product from the site to review; not telling you what yet, but it’s going to be good! 🙂 And next week I want to share a bit more about the website and the wealth of information that can be found there. Of course, if you don’t want to wait until next week, go check out their site right here and get your own peak at the past!
I am a member of the Christian Women Review crew and this post is compensated by Biblical Reproductions. However all opinions are my own and I only work with brands/companies that I would personally use.