There is a shortage of material which teaches children and pre–teens how to read and study the Bible. It is important for educators to help them become good Bible readers and interpreters. This paper presents five crucial steps that are important to instruct children and pre–teens in the skills necessary to work out the appropriate meaning and application of the Biblical text. Because children and adolescents learn by “doing,” this article suggests core activities to help them understand and develop Bible interpretation skills.
Seal, David R.
"Equipping Children and Pre–Teens to Read and Study Their Bibles,"
Christian Perspectives in Education, 3(1).
Available at: http://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/cpe/vol3/iss1/5