TMS Worksheet, MS Word: TMS_Wksheet_12-2015 Adobe pdf: TMS_Wksheet_12-2015
How to pronounce names in the Bible, MS Word: How to Pronounce Names in the Bible Adobe pdf: How to Pronounce Names in the Bible
Well, brothers and sisters, this is it! Starting January 2016, we will be officially turning to a new format in our midweek meeting–which renders the TMS Helpers as obsolete.
I must admit, that I am partially sad and relieved. I’ve been thinking about taking a break for some time, and this is a great opportunity. I hope to spend more time on some other types of worksheets and study aids for young ones. I will post them here as usual, and if you are following the blog, will receive notification when a new document is posted.
This month I have also added a study aid to go along with the sheets. It is a detailed instruction on how to pronounce Bible names. I’ve created an instruction before, but this version is more concise and (hopefully) as simple as possible for younger ones to understand.
So, in the meantime, my hope and prayers continue to be that all you wonderful friends from around the world continue to grow in spiritual knowledge, understanding and wisdom–to the glory of our Heavenly Father, Jehovah.
Agape, my Friends!
November Worksheets, pdf format: TMS_Wksheet_11-2015 MS Word: TMS_Wksheet_11-2015
Is anyone else totally shocked that it’s November already? Well, I hope and pray that everyone is remaining busy in our ministry!
I’ve attached the November worksheets. FYI, December 2015 will be our last set of worksheets, since we are moving to a new format for the meeting. I’m taking a break, and also would like to focus on doing some holiday worksheets (the origins of, that sort of thing) I’ve been intending to work on.
Take care, everyone!
Christian Love, Tracy
Origin of Halloween – 2014-Worksheet (PDF FORMAT)
Well, it’s that time of the year again, and time to dust off the old Origin of Halloween worksheet! It starts with some brief descriptions of the origins of Halloween and the various customs that are associated with the holiday. Then there is a section to go over with your young ones so they can reason and decide for themselves whether the holiday should be acceptable for them.
I’ve posted it in pdf format– the MS Word version is available, although the file is large because of all the graphic files. Send me a note and request the Word file if you would like to translate it into another language.
Adobe pdf version: TMS_Wksheet_10-2015 MS Word version: TMS_Wksheet_10-2015
It’s so hard to believe it’s October, isn’t it? Well, it was rough to come up with Bible highlights in the first two weeks of these sheets… Chronicles with names, names, and more names! But I got through it… whew!
So, here they are. Not much in the way of extra study info. I have to admit to you, I am extremely burnt out, and it is becoming a chore to get these done. I’m going to hang in there as much as possible, but I am considering taking a break at the first of the year… I’ll keep you posted.
In the meantime. I hope you and your families are well–physically, mentally, and especially SPIRITUALLY!
All the Best, Tracy
pdf version: TMS_Wksheet_09-2015 Corrected MS Word doc: TMS_Wksheet_09-2015
Well, I had a great time with the Bible reading this month! The excitement never ends with the kings of Judah and Israel! You just can’t make this stuff up! What’s even better, is next month we star with Chronicles, and get to read about the kings all over again! It certainly makes for a more interesting TMS worksheet for the kids!
I hope you are all doing well, and that you take advantage of some of the extra research features on the sheets. I’m trying to add some of the features of the NWT, so the young ones can continue to get the most out of the information covered in the school.
Warm Regards to all!
UPDATE 8/30: I have corrected the MS Word version, and the extra activities at the end now correspond with September’s curriculum. SO SORRY for the confusion!
August sheets, MS Word format: TMS_Wksheet_08-2015 Adobe pdf format: TMS_Wksheet_08-2015
KINGS OF JUDAH AND OF ISRAEL
I seem to be on a roll lately! Actually, I’m trying to stay on top of the worksheets, because next month my hubby and I are going to work seldom worked territory! (Yay! I can’t wait!!)
How are we doing with the “Good King, Bad King” list? I’ve posted it above for those of you who are new to the site. It’s fun and easy for the kids to determine which kings are good and which are bad–and it gives them an opportunity to learn what type of worship Jehovah approves.
There’s several Bible Stories and some other lessons on jw.org that go along with our curriculum in the school, so there’s plenty of opportunity for the kids to do some extra research.
Take care, all, and I hope and pray that you enjoy August wherever you may live!
July MS Word version: TMS_Wksheet_07-2015 July Adobe pdf version: TMS_Wksheet_07-2015
Don’t get used to it or anything, but I’m posting these way ahead of time! (Woo hoo!)
The kings of Israel and Judah will come and go rather quickly at this point, so your young ones must stay on their toes to keep up with the “good king, bad king” worksheet.
Hope you are all having a wonderful summer… or winter… depending on whether you are in the Northern or Southern Hemisphere! I trust everyone is anticipating a Regional Convention soon, if you haven’t had one already–?? My hopes and prayers are that you will reap abundant blessings during this convention season!
Christian love to all,