Learning Proverbs 20:11 with your Kids
This week’s Bible Memory verse to learn with your kids is Proverbs 20:11, “Even a child is known by his actions by whether his conduct is pure and right.”
For the most part, the verses each week are short. By the middle of the alphabet, you will be glad for this. Since you don’t want to forget all the work you’ve done throughout the year, I continue to have the kids repeat all the verses we have learned at least once per week.
Printable for Proverbs 20:11
For each verse, I recommend hanging the verse up to help you and your child memorize it. Here’s a printable version of the verse – all the printables can be found in the resource library for free.
Video of Proverbs 20:11
I’ve linked to another one of Steve Green’s songs from one of his “Hide ’em in Your Heart” albums. I have my kids listen to the tune a few times at the beginning of the week and then they usually have it down. Sometimes they adapt their own tune, which is great too.
Meaning of Proverbs 20:11
You may want to talk about the meaning of the verse each week to help reinforce the memorization. It helps even children if they understand what they are memorizing. As this article explains, Proverbs 20:11 basically says that actions speak louder than words, which children are great examples of!
Just joining us? Click here to find the master listing of the ABC verses that is updated as we go through the alphabet or if you want to skip ahead!
Bible Memory Workbook
All the verses in this series, including Verse E: Proverbs 20:11, have been made into a workbook with daily worksheets perfect for children ages 5-12! Use this alongside the YouTube videos and this is truly the secret to learning 26 Scriptures with your kids in 26 weeks!
Check out what all is inside the workbook HERE!