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More S.O.A.P. With Children {VIDEO}

Remember when I told you how we use the S.O.A.P. Bible study method with our children?

Here is a short video of our kindergartener going over her S.O.A.P. for the day, which we do first thing every morning. (Email readers may need to click through to the blog to view.)

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  1. Kat Menard says:

    I could hear her say Loooard all day.

  2. She is sooo cute! Thanks for sharing the real life example of how to do this!

    I agree with Kat 😉

  3. Thanks for sharing this…I love the idea of using SOAP with little ones! And she is just sooo cute…and matter of fact. Shouldn’t we all be?

  4. Thank you do much for sharing this with us!!!!! I will be using this method with our 4 kiddos from now on:-)

  5. Sweet, sweet, sweet little girl! Love the SOAP method!

  6. I am absolutely in love with her!! Such a sweet girl, I could listen to her talk all day, lol. I am going to start this with my soon to be 1st grader this week. Thank you for posting!

  7. Michaeleen from JoshEWEa's Garden says:

    Adorable and Inspiring…thank you!

  8. Connie- she is absolutely adorable!

  9. I watched this with my almost-2-year-old on my lap. She kept saying “baby”…the term she uses for all children, even the ones who are bigger than her.

    But what she doesn’t know is that what that “baby” did is definitely in her future…thanks so much for sharing this!

  10. Adorable and inspiring! I am very impressed that your kinder-gardener can read and write so well!

  11. She’s a cutie! This is a great idea. Thanks. :)

  12. How do you assign versus to your children? Are you just having them read through proverbs?

  13. Is it just me or does she have a bit of a British accent? haha She is so adorable! My kids are watching this over and over and over…

  14. Michelle Bonneau says:

    Your kindergartner is reading ???? Omw lol I am still teaching my soon to be to write her letters lol I feel a little behind now :O ! Do you use soap with your younger kids can it apply to children who are not yet reading I had not thought of doing this with my kiddos but it is such a fantastic idea !

  15. Awesome! It’s great to see little ones reading and applying the Word!

    Who says they can’t understand the Bible, when a Kindergartner can? The Holy Spirit helps us to understand! (1 Cor 2:12)

  16. Sarah Dickison says:

    Thank you for sharing.

  17. Connie ~

    Thanks for posting a video on how you do SOAP with children. I must say your Kindergartener is doing well to be able to read the Scripture {ADORABLE} and write her verse & prayer! Praise the Lord for His word being spoken from the mouth of babes! 😀

    I am looking forward to using this method with my children next year, too. Thank you for sharing your SOAP posts.

    Blessings ~

    Jarnette @ Seasons of Life

  18. This is priceless. I love this method. I am definitely going to start this with my own kiddos. She reads amazingly. How long has she been reading like that?

  19. Jacqueline says:

    This is wonderful – I have to think about how I can put something like this to use in my first/second grade classroom. She is just adorable, btw!!

  20. I gave up on this with my Kindergarten and 1st group :/ How do you do it?

  21. i love love this I just found out about it for my self and came this, its so awesome that kids can do it also I really love this! can you recommend a good bible for children to do this with? thanks!!

  22. Stephanie says:

    I am interested in using the soap method with my kids and I have been looking for a children’s reading plan for the Bible. Do you have a reading plan you follow?

    Thank you

    • Smockity Frocks says:

      Hi Stephanie,
      We usually alternate between Old Testament and New Testament. I like to read the Psalms and Proverbs. We also participate in a yearly Bible Bowl competition every spring and we study whatever that will cover. Next year it will be the book of Acts, so we are doing that for SOAP right now.

  23. This is amazing. I love it. When do you start using the SOAP method? Like, at what age? And what would you recommend for toddlers?