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The Word in Motion New Testament Notebooking Journal


This notebooking journal is designed to be used with Apologia’s The Word in Motion New Testament textbook. The notebooking journal enables students to personalize what they learn and includes a variety of activities to help students engage with God’s Word.

Recommended Grade Level: K-8th Grade

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The Notebooking Journal enables students to personalize what they learn. It is specifically designed with the elementary student in mind and includes a variety of activities to help kids engage with God’s Word. Each lesson begins with a coloring page for your student to color while they listen to the daily reading. These pages provide opportunities for your student to learn actively while reinforcing the lesson’s content. Following this are activities designed to encourage creative expression and real-life application of what they’re learning.

The Notebooking Journal is designed to:

  • Help your student retain what they’ve learned and provide documentation of your student’s education. The unique personally written and artistic expressions incorporate both sides of the child’s brain.
  • Be flexible and allow for meaningful, multilevel learning. A twelve-year-old student may write a short essay and create an elaborate illustration in the same activity, while her six-year-old sibling may write one sentence with a stick-figure drawing.
  • Help students record experiences, observations, thoughts, and prayers.
  • Provide students tools for engaging with God’s Word and applying it to their lives.
  • Establish a written record that students can refer back to as they continue to explore the Word more deeply and grow spiritually.
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Pros and Cons

I am currently in week 18 of this curriculum and I absolutely love that my squirmy boys have learned the ENTIRE story of the Old Testament. The motions that go along with the story have solidified the overall narrative in their hearts as well as mine. They can get up and move every day in order to practice what they are learning and that is a huge plus to me. My boys are 9 and 11 for reference. Now that I have entered into the second part of the curriculum, however, it's getting to be quite overwhelming. The story starts over at the beginning in Genesis, but gets a little confusing when Job is introduced completely out of nowhere and out of order with the books of the Bible. Also, what I am finding a bit troubling is the sheer amount of content that starts to flood the lessons. For instance, this week there are suddenly 3 brand new bible verses that kids are supposed to learn and write in the same day, followed by a good portion of reading assignments. Here is an example of week 18, day 1: Watch the video for lesson 18 Practice key words and hand signs for Numbers, Deuteronomy, and Joshua Read the book-about cards Read "The Priests and Levites Speak" Read the Numbers, Deuteronomy, and Joshua memory verses Write the Numbers memory verse Write the Deuteronomy memory verse Write the Joshua memory verse It's simply too much for one day. Any ONE of these assignments listed would take up quite a bit of time if thoroughly processed. But listing this much in a day means you are skimming over LOADS of content. This is the downfall of Apologia I have found after using their curriculum for years (we have done at least 8 of their curriculums). I still love Apologia, but the content volume is just over the top.

Ginger H.

Effective and exciting

If you’re looking for a fun and effective way to get your children excited about the Word of God, look no further. The Word in Motion is an excellent Bible curriculum to ground children in Scripture and help them develop a personal relationship with Jesus.

Jan S.

Engages your children with the Word

The Word in Motion proactively incorporates visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning styles with lessons that lend themselves to students engaging with God’s Word, their parents, and their teachers.

Nancy, g.

Multi-sensory curriculum

It is wonderful to see this concept of a multi-sensory curriculum made available to teach the next generation the most important history of all - His Story!  The Word in Motion belongs in every home.

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Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 11.25 × 8.75 × 0.8 in









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