Over the past few years our son has been working on weekly memory verses from various places. He gets them from church, from his soccer team, from our homeschool curriculum, and other places. To help our son memorize the verses we’ve created some coloring pages and worksheets. I thought you might be able to put these to good use with your kiddos.
One of our favorite verses is Psalm 147:5.
Great is our Lord, and abundant in power.
– Psalm 147:5 ESV
Our family has chosen to use the ESV as our family bible translation, so all the scripture packs will be in ESV. If you’re looking for a different translation, swing by Homeschool Creations.
Psalm 147:5 Talking Points
God is greater than anyone we could imagine. He created everything we see–the flowers outside our door and the stars millions and billions of miles away. And God created you and He cares for you. When we are sad He can help us feel happy. When people mistreat us He reminds us how much He loves us and how important we are to Him. There is nothing our great God cannot do.
Memory Verse Work Break Down
We focus on one verse each week, therefore I stretch out the printables to last the whole week. Here’s how I spread it out:
- Monday- Memory Verse Word Match
- Tuesday- Draw & Trace the Verse
- Wednesday- Memory Verse Coloring Page
- Thursday- Memory Verse Copywork
- Friday- Memory Verse Jumble
I hope this scripture pack is an useful tool to help your elementary student hide God’s word in their heart. If you’re looking for memory verses & devotions for your preschooler make sure and check out my topical devotions. I have memory helps that go along with almost all of my preschool packs.
What are some ways you help your children memorize scripture?
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