Download here. Click on “Bible Reading Plan” tag below for previous posts.A couple of changes coming next week. We will continue with the notes in the present format, as they seem to be meeting a need. The only change is that I will keep the focus on the narrative passages of the Old Testament. We will also take some detours into the Psalms and Proverbs from time to time, but for children the most profitable Old Testament passages are the narratives. That will mean skipping chapters from time to time as we move through the Old Testament, but I would rather do that and keep the children interested rather than have them lose heart and tune out. The chapters we miss out are not less important, but they can be studied when children have matured and are better able to profit from them. The second change is that I will start a second track of children’s Bible study notes. Parents whose kids leave the house for school in the morning, find it very difficult to squeeze morning Bible reading into kids’ routines. I sympathize; it’s tough even for home-schoolers! So, I’m going to offer a second set of Bible study notes that have one reading per day. We will go through a book or two from the New testament, then a book from the Old Testament, then back to the New Testament, and so on. I’ll also leave some space on these notes to write down matters for prayer. If you have any further suggestions for modifications, I’d be glad to hear them.