This book is so great. It's a nice, sturdy notebook that has all the labels 3 hole punched and organized by lessons.
Here is a page of labels that shows them listed by lesson and are easy to cut.
This is one of the "keys" that are included in the book. Shows where all labels should be for this particular map.
One of our first lessons was completed while spending the day at our new house working. Issac took a piece of wood and made a desk for himself to work on his lesson.
I have really enjoyed working in the Intermediate (3rd & 4th grade) lessons of the Bible Study Guide For All Ages with Issac over these last few weeks. I feel that we are both learning together and I always enjoy those times. He's remembering things that I wasn't sure he would and is really enjoying the large maps and timeline. If I had one complaint about this program it would be that our papers fell apart and I had to staple them back together again. Issac can be super hard on papers and we often have to tape, staple or hole punch things to keep them together. There are a total of four units and 416 lessons with this program! Having them divided up by Beginner (3-K), Primary (1st & 2nd grade), Intermediate (3rd & 4th grade) and Advanced (5th & 6th grade) gives families lots of options. This program isn't strictly for families. It's a wonderful tool for churches and youth groups. They have a great FAQ section to help make your decisions easier. The crew reviewed lots of different lessons this time. Some have previously used this program at church or in their home and wanted to continue where they stopped. Some are using it with just one child, like I did, and others are using it with multiple students on multiple levels. Head over and read what everyone thought.