Bible Book Memory Tricks for Kids: Josh. – Ruth

Looking for a fun way to memorize the books of the Bible? Here are some silly tricks to remember the books of OT History.

Our kids’ Bible book memory plan uses repetition and visual memory techniques that are crazy enough to stick. Also included are brief summaries of each book and ways to quickly find Bible books. (Great Bible Drill for Kids or Sword Drill for children!)

Today’s memory trick begins the books of OT History with a mental link to the book that comes before (Deuteronomy). “Dude! Joshua judges Ruth!”

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Check out other videos in our kids’ Bible book memory plan:

0:21 – Review the books of Old Testament Law
0:26 – Name the books of OT History
1:06 – Memory technique for Joshua, Judges, Ruth
1:37 – Name the books of Genesis through Ruth
2:33 – Summary of Joshua
2:46 – Summary of Judges
4:50 – Summary of Ruth
6:18 – Review the books of Genesis through Ruth
6:34 – How to quickly find the books of OT History

Learn more about Bible Drill for kids (not affiliate links):
* Bible Skills, Drills, & Thrills by LifeWay:
* “Beginning Children’s Bible Drill in Your Church” by Mr. Mark’s Classroom:
* “Bible Drill – Coaching the Kids” by Mr. Mark’s Classroom:
* “Bible Drill – Sword Drill” by Mr. Mark’s Classroom:

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