Story of the Bible Review Set



The Story of the Bible Review Set helps teachers tell the story of Jesus as “one beautiful whole” using an outline and engaging visuals.


Communicate the story of Jesus as “one beautiful whole” using the Story of the Bible Review Set. The Bible is a large collection of 66 books. However, we can share the story of the Bible in short with learners of any age.

Story of the Bible Review Set on bulletin board

What does the Story of the Bible Review Set include?

  1. 17 Periods of the Bible List
  2. Linking Events and Promises List
  3. The Story of the Bible Review Lesson
  4. 17 Large Bible Periods Visuals
  5. 17 Small Bible Periods Visuals
  6. 3 stars to mark when the promises made to Abraham were fulfilled.
  7. Linking event cards that enable the students to “see” the event that connects one Bible period to the next.

How does this fit into our Bible teaching?

In all subject areas, effective teaching requires repetition. A quick review of previous learning at the start of each lesson is one of the best ways to strengthen knowledge retention. However, this practice is not only about recalling information, it’s also about building a strong foundational knowledge that we can add to over time.

Children using the Story of the Bible Review Set in a classroom

Let’s Review

A quick review of the whole Bible story at the start of each lesson reinforces an understanding that our learners can build upon. I use the 17 Periods of Bible History as arranged by Bob and Sandra Waldron to frame my whole Bible story review. As we continue learning more Bible stories, details, and context, our new knowledge can easily be added to previous knowledge. When this occurs, our learners can “see” where the new information fits into the Bible story. This leads to a richer understanding of God’s beautiful, eternal plan.

In this set, real life photos are used in the background. I did this to remind learners that these are TRUE events that occurred in REAL places. When possible, I use photos taken in the general area of where an event or time period took place. For example, a modern day photo overlooking an area in Jerusalem is used for the backdrop of the “United Kingdom” visual, and a modern day photo of the Appian Way is used as the background for the “Early Church” visual (Acts 28).

I use this set every single class for review, and I pray that your students will love it as much as mine.

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