# 52 tells us that that’s a year of Children’s Bible Study plans in the can. May the Lord bless the many children and parents who are using this or other systems to get their children into the Scriptures which are able to make them wise unto salvation (2 Tim. 3:15).

Here’s this week’s morning and evening reading plan in Word and pdf.

Here’s this week’s single reading plan for morning or evening in Word and pdf.

And for those who want to start at the beginning, here’s six months of the morning and evening in pdf, and here’s six months of the single reading plan in pdf.

Here’s a brief explanation of the plan.

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  • http://missionallendale.wordpress.com/ Joey Espinosa

    This is great. A few years ago, we developed a 3 day Bible reading plan that taught elementary kids basic bible study. We used the acronym ROAD (Read – Observe – Apply – Depend). We provided a 3-day-per-week reading plan to go along with the weekend curriculum. You can see it here, under “Elementary” –


    I like the simplicity of yours, and that it goes through the entire books. The challenge with what we had was that it was topical.

    • http://headhearthand.org/blog/ David Murray

      That’s a neat plan and I like the acronym.