XTB 12: End to End
XTB Daily Bible reading notes for children, with puzzles, pictures, prayers – and a free XTB Bible Timeline. Zoom in on Daniel, Nehemiah, John and Revelation, using your Bible Timeline to see how everything fits together.
Issue Twelve of XTB is called End to End. Three months of Bible readings to help you investigate the very first Easter in John's Gospel, meet Daniel, one of the young men captured by King Nebuchadnezzar, find out how the Israelites came home in Nehemiah and explore the last book in the Bible - Revelation.
XTB (eXplore The Bible) is a series of daily Bible reading notes for children of the 7-11 age group, with puzzles, pictures and prayers.
XTB is beautifully presented with full-color illustrations and is a series of 12 books which, if used on a quarterly basis, will help a child cover all of the main books, themes and characters of the Bible in 3 years.
Look out for Table Talk - a book of daily Bible times for families with children aged from 4 upwards. The Bible passages are the same each day for XTB and Table Talk - so you can use the two books together, or on their own. Whichever suits you best.
|Age range:||7 - 11|
|Dimensions||210mm x 147mm|
|Publisher||The Good Book Company|
Excellent(Review written for 'XTB Subscription')
Excellent! Our 8 yr old boy n 6 yr old daughter love doing it first thing in the morning by themselves Takes them maybe 10 mins and they really enjoy it. We hope it will help them love God's word and get into daily habit of sitting at Jesus ' feet - it seems to be doing that so far .Can't recommend it enough.
Highly recommended(Review written for 'XTB Subscription')
A first-rate bible reading resource for our 9 year old son. Clear, thought-provoking teaching with interesting puzzles to do which reinforce it. He loves doing it and never wants to miss one before he goes to bed.
great- makes your child think(Review written for 'XTB Subscription')
My 8 year old girl loves this. It's easy to use, clearly Biblical, applies for the modern world and is not shy to ask hard questions. I've just signed up for year's subscription
XTB notes for children(Review written for 'XTB Subscription')
My daughter is very much enjoying her XTB. As a parent it is good to see your children developing a taste for learning from scripture. XTB is working for her right now. Thanks
Great resource!(Review written for 'XTB Subscription')
Our 8 year old daughter looks forward to doing her 'bible reading' each night - it is easy for her to read alone and understand the big picture of the passage. It also has interesting activities for her. Highly recommended!!
XTB bible notes(Review written for 'XTB Subscription')
Bought these for my daughters age 6 and 7. Both love doing their bible notes each night. My 6 year old struggles with the reading and some of the puzzles bur this doesn't deter her and with a little help she keeps up with her sister! Such a privilege to guide them as they learn from the bible themselves. The conversations we have had about the subjects they have been learning about have been amazing. The notes point them each day to the Saviour - what more can I add?!
Great tool for getting kids into the Bible(Review written for 'XTB Subscription')
I ordered XTB because I wanted something more than just Bible stories for my nearly 7 year old. We enjoy doing it together and every day is different which I like. There are some fun puzzles and teaching points are put across in creative ways. She is definitely learning more about God and being a Christian from doing it and so am I!
Great level for young kids(Review written for 'XTB Subscription')
Short, easy to understand notes which our 7 year old can read and understand. Very well presented with fun activities for the kids to do which keeps their interest. Would recommend for early primary schools years as it is a bit young for our 10 year old son.
xtb summary(Review written for 'XTB Subscription')
We recently purchased xtb for our 2 kids. Our 7 year old daughter thoroughly enjoys it, although it was a bit too young for our 10 year old. The puzzles and word games are great and add another dimension to reading daily Bible notes.
Gets the Bible message across in a creative and fun way.(Review written for 'XTB Subscription')
My son is 10 years old and asked if we could read the Bible together, so I decided an age appropriate study guide would be the best way of starting. He's not a big fan of homework or doing anything 'written' at home, but these study guides are ideal. They only take about 10 minutes of "valuable playing time" and are easy to follow and fun to do. There are lots of creative ways of getting the child to work things out for themselves whilst getting the all important Bible message across. As the studies are not dated - just numbered, it does mean the reader can study at their own pace and not feel as though they are getting left behind if they miss a day or two. The pages are lively and brightly presented and are aimed at junior school age children. A 'high flyer' may find these studies a little too easy/young for them.