A FUN Way to Learn the Books of the Bible – FREE Printable Books of the Bible!

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printable books of the bible

I decided to come up with a super simple way to learn the books of the Bible that was hands on for my busy nine-year old. I also wanted my child to be able to check his efforts with this free printable Books of the Bible.

I just printed off the printable books of the Bible and laminated it. Yes, I am a laminator queen.

Books of the Bible Supplies

  • Popsicle Sticks – I used the wider ones
  • 2 Sharpie Makers – the next set I make, I will use a paint marker because the marker bled a little bit

printable books of the bible

I just simply wrote the Old Testament Books of the Bible in blue and the New Testament names in green in order for my son to distinguish between the old and new books.

My child started with 5 sticks at a time and kept adding 5 new books of the Bible each day. So in a month your child will be able to name all the books of the Bible in order.

Super FUN way to learn the books of the bible! FREE printable books of the bible!

Call me old-fashioned, but I still want my children to be able to find scripture promptly during worship in their Bibles instead of on an ipad or phone.

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  1. Quick question: did you leave Leviticus out on purpose? Also the last book of the Bible is Revelation not Revelations.

    • Hi Gayle,

      Thank you so much for bringing those errors to my attention! The PDF is now correct. Thanks again!

  2. Carol Hampton says:

    Can’t find the pdf file to download the books of the bible page you have…

  3. Where do I click for the free printable?

  4. This is great! It’s not just about being able to find it in the bible and not on an iPad, it’s also imperative for helping kids understand the Bible as a continuous story of God’s people and God’s relentless pursuit of us to bring us back into relationship with him.

  5. What a creative way to learn the books of the Bible! I can see all kinds of uses for the Bible sticks beyond just putting them in order. For older kids you could draw a stick and have them quote a verse from that book or tell what the book is about. Lots of ways you can use them!

  6. I think this could work for adults too! I may need some brushing up. Great idea!

  7. Dale Blackstone says:

    We took you idea and expanded on it by dipping the ends of the sticks in different colored paints to divide them into their divisions… Thanks for the idea. Dale

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