Zondervan NIrV Bible for children ages 6-10

Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew.

Today’s review features a detailed look at the NIrV Adventure Bible for Early Readers by Zondervan. This bible was created for readers ages 6-10. Every detail considered the thought process, use of imagination, and pure faith of Early Readers. Each page will take your young child on a biblical adventure through God’s Word!

The NIrV Adventure Bible for Early Readers pairs fun and faith together with scripture to enhance understanding and enjoyment for young children. This Bible was carefully curated for children learning to read scripture on their own. As with all Adventure Bibles, you’ll find full-color features throughout as well as articles and illustrations describing life in this time. Book introductions are also included along with 20 jungle safari-themed special pages about Bible characters, prayer, love, and highlights about the life of Jesus.

We used this daily with Bam Bam and Princess during Bible Study. We’ve been covering the character of God and used this Bible to read from. Both of my Cool Kids liked the colorful theme, special pages, and layout of the Bible. We also used the dictionary and concordance sections daily to look up scripture confirming the character traits we discussed. They were able to find passages of scripture with ease and the font size was just right. I also noted the quality of the hardcover and think it will last a long time.

Both of my children navigated through the New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) text well. This version is written at a third-grade reading level and is based on the New International Version (NIV). This translation uses easy words, short sentences, and simple text to make the word of God easy for new readers to understand. We always read this after reading the King James Version (KJV), so they learn that too. Overall, the NIrV Adventure Bible for Early Readers by Zondervan does aid with engagement when reading, memorizing, and applying scripture. As my children are learning and growing in their relationships with God, it is necessary to have a text they can understand. My favorite moment during this review period was watching them read this Bible to each other.
 

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Published by Ta'Neisha K.

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