Tuesday, April 16, 2013

An Easy Way to Teach Bible Verses to Children: ABC Say It With Me DVD Giveaway!


Mamas, are you looking  for a way to help teach Bible verses to your young children and even reenforce what they might already know?

I know that most moms need all the help they can get!

{Can I get an amen?}

Well today I wanted to tell you about a movie that will be releasing in summer of 2013, it is called ABC Say It With Me and it is a handy-dandy resource for parents to teach their children the Word of God in a simple and easy way, made by a homeschooling family living on a farm.

Here is the description:


"Have you ever noticed how quickly your children pick up "movie quotes?"  ABC Say It With Me is a film you'll actually want your children to quote!  

While delightfully engaged in stories involving a messy house, a lost lamb, a frightening storm during the night, and more, children of all ages will learn to recite a Bible verse for each letter of the alphabet.  An enjoyable and easy way to memorize and apply the character- building truths of God's Word!"

Here is the trailer:






What people are saying:


I LOVE it!!!   The little ones are saying, "Again!"  I cannot wait to buy this!  - Jennifer T.

We love it.  Josiah is standing here asking for more.  Keep it up!!  - Angella P.

Ahh, letter "D" couldn't have come at a better time, with a messy playroom and not so happy to clean children.   - Holly C.  

If you pre-order now with free shipping you can get a "sneak peek a week".Just pre-order the film at the regular price of $15.95  and they'll send you the link for one or more new Bible verse clip(s) each week.  When the DVD is ready, they'll send it to you with free shipping. 





The Giveaway

Moore Family Films would like to giveaway a pre-order of ABC-Say it With Me- Bible Memory Verses.    The winner receive a copy as soon as the film is released this summer, and would also qualify for the "Sneak Peek A Week" to see the progress of the film as it is edited!

You may enter here:

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54 comments:

  1. Pinned it http://pinterest.com/pin/284852745153775554/

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  2. We like to do memory verses once a week, this gives them time to practice and memorize. They get a special treat for memorizing as we'll. the challenges would be on how to get my youngest two involved.

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  3. At meal times we read the same chapter or verses over and over until they know them.

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  4. I am new to this site and am searching for unique ways to learn and teach bible verses. We use the usual flash cards and reading the Bible over and over, repeating the verses during the day.

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  5. We have a memory verse box(an index card box with card dividers)with memory verses on index cards divided into Daily, Odd & Even Days, Each Day of the Week and Numbers 1-30. As a family we are always learning a new memory verse. When we have learned it it goes into Odd and each verse gets moved back one space. Every day we are saying the new verse we are working on, today is the Tuesday the 16th. So we will also be saying the verse in the Even, Tuesday and 16th cards. This way we are always learning a new verse and reviewing verses we already know. I found this idea at www.SimplyCharlotteMason.com .

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  6. carriescreativekitchenApril 16, 2013 at 9:42:00 AM CDT

    Love it! Blessings to the giver & receiver!

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  7. My daughter is incredibly easy to teach bible verses. I tell her to remember it, and then quote and have her repeat, and she knows it.
    My son we have to repeat several times over several days. But that method seems to work the best for them -- possibly because of age, they are 4 and 2.

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  8. we love using repetitive ways to memorize scripture. including saying them out loud to one another and writing them. the abc say it with me dvd will be a great tool for helping our littles!

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  9. I would love to have this wonderful tool to help teaching my children about our awesome God.

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  10. My challenges are having such a wide range of ages. Trying to make some verses harder for some and easier for others.

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  11. I would love to have this DVD for my future children .. i am planning to be married...and planning to have well alot of children..when i am married . I really enjoy reading articles on this blog ..i am very encouraging posts and articles thank you God Bless Holly

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  12. We have used Sonbeams songs to teach our kids some of their memory verses and they loved it!

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  13. I struggle with having the time to sit with them and study verses. I have a 5 week old as well as a 4 and 2 year old. Keeping their attention is also a challenge.

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  14. When teaching my little ones Scripture- we mostly say it over and over- with an explanation with how to apply it to our lives. It usually takes a week to learn. My oldest daughter was very good at memorizing Scripture- and had been #1 in Jr Bible Quiz for all of Mississippi at one time :) It is a struggle though- what comes naturally for some doesn't for all of them.

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  15. I teach my 5 year old by making a verse into a song. Works great with her Awana Cubbies verses!

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  16. One way that we have found to learn a large passage of Scripture is to read it aloud together daily until we know it forwards and backwards, inside & out, when awake or asleep, lol! In about 4 months usually, any one of us can recite a whole chapter and/or book etc.

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  17. I teach with repetition and bracelets with the verse on them everyone they show of their bracelets its an opportunity to recite verse again.... :)

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  18. My children would absolutely love this!

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  19. my boys would love this dvd, my oldest is a visual learner! :)

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  20. The maple syrup DVD looks cute. :)

    I have been thinking of getting one of the ABC Bible verse books for my preschooler. This looks like it would work great too. She practically has all the movies she watches memorized. :)

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  21. This looks very cool. :)

    I am just trying to get into teaching my oldest, 2 1/2, Bible verses. She practically memorizes word for word all the movies she watches, so this would be great. :)

    The Moore Family maple syrup DVD looks very cute. :)

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  22. my boys will love this dvd, my oldest is a visual learner. I need to get better at memorizing verses! we use flash cards, music and coloring sheets. I got a few tip from the comments, thank you! :)

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  23. I honestly have no clue how to teach scripture to my kids....

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  24. We do our verses for Sunday School and for our School homework as well. I hope we win!

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  25. My daughter is only 11 months old, but I speak verses to her all the time, trying to get them in her heart as early as possible. :) She LOVED the lambs in the trailer you posted.

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  26. We've used soft music cds. My guys seem to retain mote this way.

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  27. Would love to reinforce God's word with my grandchildren.

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  28. Love Moore Family Films. Pinned this giveaway. http://pinterest.com/pin/104075441361508857/

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  29. I make up songs for verses. We have Scripture throughout our home. We also participate in AWANA. I did AWANA growing up and have so many verses memorized. We also listen to Seeds Family Worship CD's, which are excellent!

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  30. my kids are in Awana & memorize that way...but would love something to use at home

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  31. I know how valuable my own "small" knowledge of scripture has helped me through life I hope the same for my children and anything I can do to help them I want to!

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  32. This looks great! I keep looking for fun and different ways to hide God's word in my kids heart! Thank you for this giveaway!

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  33. We do a daily family worship (My Bible First) that has a memory verse for the week. I like to do hand motions to go with it and often will make it into a little song so it's easier to remember. My kids love to do the motions and sing their memory verse each day.

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  34. We work on a memory verse each week. We say it often and every day. We make up actions go to along with the verse.

    Michelle B.

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  35. I am a grandmother and think this would be a wonderful gift for my 3 darling grandchildren. This is the only type of movie or show I would recommend for them to watch. May God bless you and your families efforts in teaching the youth of today the scriptures.

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  36. We have all of the Moore films and love them all. I can't wait to get my hands on this new one. Shared on facebook and signed up to receive the Moore updates. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  37. I have a hard time with consistency and neither my son nor I seem to be very good at memorizing scripture. I would really like to find a way to stay consistent and something that works to help us memorize scripture.

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  38. We haven't done this, but I'd love to start!

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  39. We use hide 'em in your heart cd by Steve Green and also just going over a verse each day until we memorize. I'm going to start using the scripture memory box system found at simplycharlottemason.com. It's free and she even has printable tabbed dividers for it.

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  40. We use hide 'em in your heart cd by Steve Green and also just going over a verse each day until we memorize. I'm going to start using the scripture memory box system found at simplycharlottemason.com. It's free and she even has printable tabbed dividers for it.

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  41. Just what I needed to get the kids learning more.

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  42. I am currently going through the "Prove It" chatechism with my 5 kids. We just repeat the verse over and over until they get it. We review all the verses on Friday. They have learned so many that review day is quite long. 😀But well worth it.

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  43. we like to do a memory verse per week for school and then they have their wednesday night church verses. my FAVORITE thing is when they recall the verses at troubling times or just everyday things and they are even using them in the right context. :) puts a smile on this mommas face!

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  44. My son is 8 so he reads the verses over and over in one chapter till he has it memorized then we move on to a new chapter.

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  45. This dvd looks great! Perfect for my almost 4 yr old!

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  46. We have some cds with Bible verses set to music that I love!

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  47. Bible verse songs have been a great way to learn single verses: Seeds Family Worship, Songs for Saplings, No Greater Joy's ABC Bible verse CD and Steve Green's 'Hide em in your Heart'. We have also been learning longer passages as a family by saying the verses together at the meal table. If I won this I would like to pass it on to my sister-in-law for her children.

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  48. Awesome treat for our zero television household.

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  49. This dvd would be an awesome tool help my kiddos hide His Word in their hearts! :)

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  50. We love Wisdom and the Millers. We also have drawn pictures to represent a passage of scripture. We all love that!
    Be blessed!

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  51. I would love the Children Are A Blessing DVD

    -Hannah Avery
    hannahavery85@yahoo.com

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  52. I would love to see the "Children Are A Blessing DVD

    -Hannah Avery
    hannahavery85@yahoo.com

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