Keeping Your Kids in the Word with Grapevine Studies

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Today is Day 4 of Keeping Your Kids in the Word. If you missed a post, check this page for links to for the whole series. The featured resource for today is Grapevine Studies.

What is Grapevine Studies?

Grapevine Studies Logo

Most kids love to draw. And how do kids start out drawing? With stick figures. So, Grapevine Studies takes kids through the Bible using stick figures.

Grapevine Studies offers levels of study appropriate for preschoolers through adults, including a multi-level option for combining kids of different ages and abilities. You can choose from Old Testament or New Testament surveys as well as some well known characters and books of the Bible. The books are available in paper or PDF ebook formats.

You read the listed portion of scripture to your kids, draw the stick figure based picture on a whiteboard where they can copy it, and then discuss what you read. There are review timelines to help your kids get a sense of the progress of the story and verses to memorize. Some of the levels include maps and Bible resource questions.

Our Thoughts on Grapevine Studies


I love how this approach is interactive for the child. Jonathan loves drawing the stick figures. Take a look at the Grapevine Studies that we have done:

How to Use Grapevine Studies


With preschool and elementary kids, Grapevine Studies are best done as a family. As kids get older, the Level 3 and Level 4 studies could be done independently. You can break the lessons over a couple of sessions each week. Jonathan often likes to sit longer so we would frequently do a full lesson at a time, a couple times a week. Here are some additional tips and ideas:

  • Use crayons, colored pencils or markers to draw the stick figure pictures.
  • Do copywork with the memory verses.
  • Use a tablet or a computer to show the teacher’s guide rather the drawing the pictures on a whiteboard.
  • Take turns reading the scripture portions.

Grapevine Studies for YOU!


I have some FREE eLessons for you to download. These are lessons taken from studies to give you a feel for what Grapevine Studies are like.

First, the FREE June eLesson is from Ruth: Ruth in Moab

Ruth in Moab

Here’s another FREE eLesson: The Days of Creation

Days of Creation

And, Grapevine Studies is also giving away a study to one of my readers. The winner will receive a Joseph Teacher and Student eBook set. Enter using the Rafflecopter form below. Can’t see the giveaway form in your email or RSS reader?

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Grapevine Studies Deals


This month, you can get Joseph, Ruth, or Esther studies for 10% off. Looking at a study that isn’t on sale? Use the code JuneBlog for 20% off non-sale items through the end of June. Jump over to Grapevine Studies to start shopping.

Your Turn

Have you used Grapevine Studies? What do you think your kids would think of Grapevine Studies? Share in the comments below.

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  1. Katherine says:

    I love Grapevine Studies! We are finishing up the Days of Creation and have really enjoyed it :)

  2. Rachel H says:

    We are using this starting in the fall! Would love to try out Joseph too!

  3. MomsBandB says:

    All three of my kids. We did a sample a while back and I have wanted to do more, but have not been able to afford them.

  4. I have been wanting to check this out for a while, I think summer time is the best time for my family to do that.

  5. All three of my oldest kiddos :)

  6. zekesmom10 says:

    I have three young boys who I would use these with. Thanks for the freebies and the chance to win.

  7. Thank you for this opportunity! I do children’s ministry in Central America and this would be a blessing to me.

  8. I would use the study with my younger two kids who are 7 and 8!

  9. Aimee S. says:

    I would use with all 3 of my kids!

  10. Kim McCurdy Wells says:

    I’ve been thinking about using Grapevine Studies for a while. This might be the perfect time to take the plunge! Thanks for the review!

  11. Gabreial says:

    I would love to use Grapevine with my 3rd and 6th grade boys. They love them!

  12. Nicole M. says:

    I would use these studies with my 8 year old and 4 year old

  13. Stephanie says:

    We are just starting out and would love to try something new.

  14. Melissa Ott says:

    I have been wanting to give these a try for a while now, but cost has been keeping me from doing so. I’d love to win one and see what all the fuss is about! :) I would be using it with my 5-year-old and my almost 4-year-old.

  15. Crystal Nichols says:

    I would use it with my son and daughter.

  16. I think all four of my kids would love this!

  17. I’d use it with both of my kids.

  18. I would use Grapevine with my one and only 8 year old daughter!

  19. Bridget says:

    I would use Grapevine studies with my children during our circle time. They are 9, 6, 4, and 2.

  20. I’d use Grapevine Studies with all of my kids, right now from 12 down to 2!

  21. I would these with my kindergartener and 2nd grader.

  22. I would love to use this with all of my kids!!

  23. I would use it with my 2 kids!

  24. Jennifer McClure Freeman says:

    I have 2 boys (7 & 4) that would enjoy this.

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