Easy to understand and easy to use, great and straightforward overview of the Old Testament. We used for 3 different grades, and this was simple enough for my 3rd grader and still enough for my 6th grader. Everyone really enjoyed the first 15 weeks with the motions.
The only issue that we had was with the second half of the book, the last 15 weeks, was the pacing. It's a very unique approach that teaches the overarching time line and then goes back with individual book study. Except when it was 3-4 books a week. That was a lot to do. It felt constantly rushed like we were just doing the work to keep up, instead of truly opening the Word Of God and learning. I understand that she is trying to get though all the books and there are 39 of them in the Old Testament, but the weeks that were 2 books a week were very nice. Which led to a lot of modifying on our end to fit our homeschool. And that's what homeschool is all about, making it work for your family.
Some redundancy with the coloring, and format, week after week, but again, modify, modify modify for your kids. We loved the weekly videos, actually wish there was more of them, and the "speaks" pages. Overall, a great year long Bible curriculum for laying the foundation of the Old Testament.