The Best Children’s Bibles by Age
As parents, we have been given a very important assignment:
To guide our children in their walk with The Lord.
Is not an easy job, I know, but it is doable because God will never give you a job that you cannot accomplish.
There are tons of Bibles out there but to help you, I have put together a list of the best children’s bibles by age.
Teaching our kids The Word of God is one of the most important things we can do for them. The Bible is God’s guidelines for success in all the areas of life.
Reading, studying and learning The Word of God will only bring blessing to your life, your kids life and your home.
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Best Children’s Bibles by Age
This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success.
Bibles for Babies
Yes! It’s never to early to teach The Word of God to your kids. I honestly believe that the earlier you start, the better!
This is the cutest Bible for babies. The pictures are super cute and the front is furry, and it doesn’t have a lot of words. It is written in rhyme and it is super soft for babies to cuddle with.
The Hug-a-Bible comes with 10 powerful stories from The Bible and it is a great way to start a family tradition of reading the Bible together!
Tiny Bear’s Bible
It is never too early to learn about God’s promises. The Tiny Bear Bible has 10 stories that dig deep into who God is. The pages are hard so they won’t easily rip and they have a boy bear or a girl bear in the front. Super cute!
Best Bibles for Toddlers
Toddlers a playful and they have a very short attention span. The following Bibles are perfect for getting toddlers attention and introducing them to The Word of God.
His and Hers First Bible
His and Hers Bibles are very kid friendly and they come in baby blue and pink. They are perfect for little hands and easy to understand. Also, it has lots of illustrations.
The Toddler’s Bible
This Bible was made
A Child’s first Bible
What I like about A Child’s First Bible is that it comes with questions for your toddler to answer. This way you can make sure that your child is understanding what you are reading. So this is a great way to start reading comprehension!
Best Bibles for Preschoolers
Pray & Play Bible 2
The Pray & Play Bible is perfect for preschoolers, it has tons of activities that will help your child remember the Bible story. It has nice large pictures, and easy to remember songs!
Frolic Preschool Bible
The Frolic Preschool Bible has 20 stories from the Old Testament and 20 Stories from the New Testament. The pictures are super cute and it will definitely become one of your child’s favorite books.
Best Bibles for Elementary School Age Children
The Beginner’s Bible
I have read this Bible to my boys for many years. The Beginner’s Bible it
The Complete Illustrated Children’s Bible
Also, several people think that this Bible lacks substance to the stories, but I believe reading the Bible is something that we are supposed to do with our kids. You are there to give more information and bring The Word of God alive to them.
Little Kids Adventure Bible
This Bible was hard for me to find, every time I tried to buy it at Amazon or Walmart they were always out of stock. My kids really enjoyed this Bible, it has little snippets here and there to help them understand the people and the times.
The Little Kids Adventure Bible doesn’t have a lot of pictures like the other 2, and it has longer stories, it is better for 3rd graders and up. It is based on the NIV translation. I highly recommended it.
Best Bibles for 10-13 year old
NJKV, Adventure Bible
This is the Bible that my boys have right now. It makes them feel older because they have a “grown up Bible” now. 😄
The Adventure Bible is a full size Bible, it has colorful pages, illustrations and features like: words of treasure, did you know?, life in Bible times and more. This Bible is fun to read and easy to understand.
Kid’s Visual Bible
The Kid’s Visual Bible is perfect for a family Bible study. It has over 700 illustrations, photos, maps, infographics and more. Also, it has breakdown information on the side to help you understand and bring the story to life.
The Action Bible
The Action Bible is what I’m going to get my boys for their summer reading challenge.
This Bible is in chronological order so it’s easy to follow. The great details and illustrations will have your kids coming back for more. I believe this is a fun way to keep the kids studying The Word of God.
I know it’s hard sometimes to find time to study and teach The Word of God to your kids. But we have to make it a priority.
The best time to do it is when you put your kids to bed. Set aside 15 minutes each night to read the Bible and to answer questions that they have.
Fifteen minutes can make a huge difference in your kids future.
Make sure you read The most important biblical truths you must teach your kids and grab the free printable.
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.
The Toddlers Bible and the Beginners Bible were hits in our home with the kiddos. Great resource!
I still use the beginners Bible for my Sunday school class, they all really like it.
This is such a great reference! I have kids of many different ages, so they are always changing! I’m going to look into that Pray and Read bible for toddlers. I’ve seen that Action Bible before and almost bought it.
I’m going to buy the Action Bible this summer for my kids, I will update the post once we have it.
I really love this post. We are totally at a stand still in Bible reading with the kids because they have grown out of the ones we’ve had so far. I think I have to bookmark this post so I refer to it later.
There are so many choices it took me forever to do this blog. Thanks for visiting my blog.
I had no idea that there are bibles for kids. Well, it probably has a lot to do with the fact that I don’t have kids yet. But this is such a great list. Thank you for sharing it. Saving it for later, when I have kids
Once you have kids you will discover tons of things you didn’t know about. 😂
Carolina, this is a truly inspiring post! Every child should have a bible and these are wonderful!
Thank you so much and I agree with you, every child should have a Bible.
I love your suggestions! I will be sending your list to my daughter for her kids!
Thx, a Bible is the best present we can give to a kid.
Great list for little ones!
Wow, you really put together a nice list of wonderful resources for kids of all ages!
These are so cute! Any kid would love to read stories from these children’s Bibles. I really like the bear.
The Bear is super cute and cuddly!
LOVE THIS! We have a few little bible story books but I will have to look at these. The little baby hand on the bible picture……OMG. Can’t handle it. Too cute.
I love the little chuncky hand on the Bible too, it’s super cute.
These are great suggestions! I have always loved the Adventure Bible. I bought my granddaughter a little one a day scripture book with stickers to add each day. Now, whenever she visits she asks if we can read her scripture. I can’t wait to pick out a little preschool bible for her.
This is so awesome, it’s such a great way to introduce the Word of God to kids.
Our church gave the 3rd graders an Adventire Bible. I was surprised at the quality and the kids loved it!
It is a very beautiful Bible.
These are all great choices and we have a few of these. We focus more on English Hebrew Bible’s though. They are hard to find for kids.
I’m going to have to reasearch those 😊
Ah – the Beginner’s Bible is something we bought for each of our boys when they were little. It’s been a long time, so the others are new to me.
I know. my boys outgrew all those little bibles, but I still keep them all.
Great post! It is hard to find the right Bible for a child.
Wonderful resource list for children of all ages! 🙂
Thank you! 😊