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Answers in Genesis (6th to 12th)
This collection of online books includes a wide range of topics including creationism, apologetics, and faith. Most of the books are available for free in their entirety; however, some of them are only a preview of select chapters.
Bible.org Theology Program (9th to 12th)
The classes are taught using video lectures and downloadable PowerPoint presentations. Vocabulary quizzes are also available.
The Bible Book by Book (7th to 12th)
This book, available for download at Gutenberg, provides a detailed plan for a book by book study of the Bible.
Bible Fluency (7th to 12th)
Bible Fluency is a multi-media Bible survey course which includes video instruction, teacher’s guides, workbooks, flashcards, teaching aids, and memory songs. While all components of the course are available for free download, physical course materials are also available for purchase.
The Bible Period by Period (7th to 12th)
This book, available for download at Gutenberg, is a manual for studying the Bible period by period.
BibleProject (4th to 12th)
BibleProject offers free videos on every book of the Bible, as well as videos on various themes and how to read the Bible. Additionally, they provide podcasts and a collection of Bible study lessons.
Bible Story Printables (K to 12th)
A Biblical history timeline and Bible notebooking pages are available for download.
Character Qualities (K to 6th)
This website provides about 40 different character quality lessons. Each one includes the character quality’s definition, a corresponding Bible verse and Bible character, as well as a printable coloring page.
The Children’s Six Minutes (K to 6th)
The Children’s Six Minutes is a collection of 52 brief children’s sermons written by a pastor who felt it was important to include young people in the church service. This eBook also works well for family devotional use.
The 34 lessons in this eBook provide an overview of Biblical and church history. At the end of the book, there are comprehension questions for each chapter.
Dallas Theological Seminary (9th to 12th)
The courses are taught by seminary professors via video lectures. Once all quizzes for a course are finished, the student is awarded a non-accredited certificate of completion.
Don Potter (K to 12th)
Mr. Potter’s website offers a large selection of downloadable books on various Biblical topics, Bible studies, and Bible reading plans. Most of the material is more suitable for teens and adults, but he also lists some materials for younger children.
Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool (1st to 8th)
Four Bible reading courses are offered: Old Testament, New Testament, Poetry, and Proverbs. Each day’s lesson includes a scripture passage to read or listen to and comprehension or discussion questions.
Easy Peasy All-in-One High School (9th to 12th)
Easy Peasy offers four one-year Bible courses, each covering one-fourth of the Bible. Each day students will read the assigned passage and record their thoughts in a journal.
Free Sunday School Curriculum (Pre-K to 6th)
While these downloadable lessons are designed for use in Sunday school, they also work well in homeschool. The Old Testament Lessons and New Testament Lessons are for grades preschool through 4th grade. The Foundations of the Faith lessons are for 5th and 6th grades.
Future Flying Saucers (Pre-K to 6th)
Lessons on various Biblical topics are available for download.
Garden of Praise (Pre-K to 6th)
Bible lessons are taught through audio Bible stories and songs. Memory verses and tests are also included.
God’s Hand in Our Lives (Pre-K to 8th)
Most lessons are available at five different levels. The downloadable lessons include Bible stories, memory verses, prayers, hymns, worksheets, and coloring sheets.
Good Answers Christian Apologetics (8th to 12th)
This series of lectures covers how archaeology, history, and science support faith in Scripture. Each lecture includes a downloadable PowerPoint presentation, mp3 recording of the lecture, and a script of the lecture.
Hillsdale College (9th to 12th)
Theology 101 covers the origins and development of Western theology, from the Old Testament through the twentieth century, using video-based lectures. The course includes a final exam.
This book tells the story of Jesus’s life, as told in the books of Mathew, Mark, Luke, and John.
Keys for Kids (K to 6th)
This website features a free daily devotional in both audio and text format.
Kids 4 Truth (K to 6th)
Kids 4 Truth provides daily devotionals in both audio and text format.
Kids of Integrity (K to 4th)
These Bible lessons focus on learning Biblical character traits. The lessons include a Bible story, memory verse, prayer, crafts, and other hands-on activities.
Know the Truth (K to 6th)
This downloadable catechism consists of 60 questions and answers on the Christian faith. It is based on the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message.
Mini Bible Lessons (7th to 12th)
Downloadable lessons cover various teen topics, doctrine, character studies, and book studies.
Mother Stories from the Old Testament (Pre-K to 5th)
This eBook is a collection of Bible stories from the Old Testament.
Mother Stories from the New Testament (Pre-K to 5th)
This eBook is a collection of Bible stories from the New Testament.
My Place With Jesus (1st to 6th)
This website provides online Bible Study Guides. These guides include review questions, puzzles, and activities. They also offer printable Journey Through the Bible reading plans. Each printable consists of a schedule for one month of daily Bible reading and a review worksheet.
RedeemTV (Pre-K to 12th)
RedeemTV is a Christian video streaming service. Most of their content is free, as donations fund the service. They offer video Bible studies, Christian documentaries, children’s programs, family-friendly movies, and more.
Simply Charlotte Mason (K to 12th)
This video from Simply Charlotte Mason describes an easy to use system for memorizing scripture using index cards to organize Bible verses.
Teaching With God’s Heart for the World (K to 12th)
This downloadable curriculum includes 160 days of lesson plans, missionary highlights, mission stories, crafts, songs, and a focus on prayer for the lost.
The Ten Minute Bible Hour (9th to 12th)
These videos cover reading the Bible, Christianity in history, theology, Acts, Luke, the Sermon on the Mount, and many more topics.
Torah Class (7th to 12th)
Torah Class teaches from a Hebraic perspective, focusing on the history, culture, and language of the Torah and Bible. There are chronological Bible studies, as well as various topical studies. The lessons include videos, downloadable texts, and audio files. They are designed for adults but can also be used by teens.
Torchlighters Curriculum (1st to 6th)
This Bible curriculum coordinates with the Torchlighters Heroes of the Faith video series. Each downloadable student guide includes puzzles, crafts, discussion questions, and more. The teacher’s guides have lesson plans, background information, and answer keys. Torchlighter episodes are available to stream for free at Redeem TV.
U.B. David & I’ll B. Jonathan Inc. (Pre-K to 12th)
This website offers four different categories of Bible lessons: Kids World (ages 4 to 12), Youth World (teens), Advanced (adults & mature teens), and Bible Exploration (all ages). Some lessons are in text format, while others are offered in both text and video.
Uncovering Bible Treasure (2nd to 6th)
This downloadable activity book features 32 lessons from the Bible.
The Wonder Book of Bible Stories (Pre-K to 6th)
Available for download at Gutenberg, this classic collection of children’s Bible stories was originally published in 1904.
World Bible School (1st to 12th)
WBS offers online Bible courses for adults and teens in either an online format, through email, or postal mail. All of these formats are free. Classes for children are only offered through postal mail so that parents will be aware of the content in the course.
World Invisible Library (9th to 12th)
This website has an extensive collection of online books covering a wide range of Christian topics.