Level II Materials Manual

Level II – The Books of the Bible Chart (Episcopal)

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Materials

Books of the Bible Charts (and Tags)

  • Control Chart
  • Mute Chart
  • Tags
    • Old Testament
    • Sections of the Bible (Pentateuch, Gospels, etc.)
    • Individual Bible books
    • Container for tags
  • Bible Proclamation Strip (for older Level II child)

 

Books of the Bible – Charts, Tags, and Strip

Books of the Bible Control Chart

 

 

 

 

Books of the Bible Mute Chart

 

Books of the Bible Tags, Container, and Proclamation Strip for the older Level II child

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tags and Container

  • Old Testament
  • New Testament
  • Sections of the Bible (Pentateuch, Gospels, etc.)
  • Individual Bible books

Proclamation Strip

This strip is 37 inches x 1.75 inches, see image below (right) that shows the Bible Proclamation Strip. The strip reads: The Holy Bible is one large Book, made of many books, which tells one history from creation to the parousia made by one God together with humankind.

NOTE: The words “Holy Bible”, “Book”, “history”, and “God” are written in red, all other words are written in black.

Books of the Bible (EP) Control Chart Downloadable PDF

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Books of the Bible (EP) Mute Chart Downloadable PDF

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Frequently Asked Questions

What color are the Bible charts?

The Books of the Bible Control Chart is yellow.  Although the Books of the Bible Mute Chart looks tan, it is actually white.  The charts will print on legal size paper.  They can be laminated and then taped together with 2-inch clear plastic tape.

The tags for the mute chart can also be yellow – making them easy to see as they are placed.  Simply make two copies of the Control Chart on yellow legal size cardstock.  Use one for the control.  Use the second to cut out the individual books for the tags.  After you have cut them all, including the labels for the different sections – find a box or container to use to store them.
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