Printable Family Devotional Bible Verse Cards with Discussion Questions [INSTANT DOWNLOAD]

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Printable Family Devotional Bible verse cards for preschool-aged children! Bible verse on one side and correlated discussion questions on the back.

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These Bible verse cards are perfect for young children to learn the basic truths of God’s Word.

Fun designs and kid-friendly Bible translations make this a fun, simple way to incorporate Bible-based discussions in your home!

Print on card stock, cut out and put on your dining table for daily Bible conversations!

Each card is 4.25” x 3.6”

Questions help parents to begin the discussion, dig deeper into the verse, and then turn to practical application for your child.

How to use these cards:

After you print and cut out the cards, I recommend placing the cards on your family’s dining table where you typically eat your meals. This will facilitate in having God-centered conversation around your mealtimes!

The cards have Bible verses on one side and discussion questions on the other side. Most of the discussion questions have a question for you as the parent to answer first to get the discussion going, and to point out deeper truths in the verse. The second question is typically directed toward your child. At first, they may be uncomfortable answering questions. I recommend giving them a moment to think about the question. You can always help them by giving them options for how to answer.

Here’s an example of how the discussion can go:

Read the Bible verse: “Children, obey your parents in everything, for this pleases the Lord.” Colossians 3:20

Parents share: Who do you have to obey? Why do you choose to obey this person?

Parent: “Just like you obey daddy and mommy, I obey God. God knows everything, even things that mommy and daddy don’t know, so when God tells me to do something through the Bible, I choose to obey because He created everything and knows everything. What about you? Who do you have to obey?”

Child: “I don’t know.”

Parent: “Let’s think about it! I’m going to read the Bible verse again. [Read the verse.] Who does God want us to obey?”

Child: “My parents!”

Parent: “That’s right! And does God want us to obey just in some things or in everything?”

Child: “In everything.”

Parent: “Yeah! So when mommy asks you to pick up your toys today, what are you going to do?”

Child: “Obey!”

Hopefully! ;)

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5 out of 5 stars

As you can see, these cards get used daily in our family! One of our favorite times to spend together is story time at the end of the night. My husband and I, toddler and baby all sit down together and read a few books before bed. We wanted to incorporate a mini bible lesson after books with our toddler and baby. These cards are perfect! They are worded gently enough for our 3 year old to grasp, but also thought provoking. We are able to discuss the information on these cards and refer back to them the next day when we are trying to find ways to be kind, gentle, or loving. Our son always reminds us that we need to do a card even if he's tired and it's already past bedtime. He loves them! Our family is a big fan!

Nicole Oct 20, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

I love these cards! We printed them out and have them on our kitchen table for our breakfast family devotionals. The discussion questions on the back are a good prompt if we need them. Great facilitator for family Bible time.

Tiffany Noelle Oct 19, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

What a great idea! Super cute design, and it’s perfect for teaching the scriptures to your kids

danielstearns1112 Oct 19, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

What a wonderful idea! This is a fun, creative and helpful way to make the bible scriptures come alive to preschoolers. The instruction are simple and easy to follow. Love the discussion format too

Pamela Stearns Oct 19, 2020