Using the Lessons

A guide to troubleshooting and implementing lessons.


How many lessons are in each Unit?

There are 13 Lessons in each Unit, with 18 Units total.

Can I use Trek for homeschooling?

Yes, Trekking Through the Testaments is great for either church or home use.

Can I copy and share my files?

Use of the curriculum is permitted to one church or household per purchase.

Do you issue refunds?

Due to the digital nature of our product, we currently do not issue refunds.

Are updates included?

Yes! Download Trekking Through the Testaments anytime an update is issued for the latest version.

Technical & Troubleshooting

What file format are the lessons?

Lessons and activities are delivered in PDF format.

Can I use lessons on my computer/iPad/phone?

All files are in PDF format and accessible across devices.

How do I access lessons?

Download straight from the confirmation page after purchase. A download link will also be emailed (check your spam folder if you don't see it). If you are checking immediately after purchase, please wait up to 30 minutes for delivery. If you still do not receive your link, please contact us and we'll get it sorted for you!

Do I need an account to purchase or access lessons?

No, you do not need an account to access the lessons.

What software do I need to view the lessons?

PDFs can be viewed with Adobe Acrobat, Apple Preview, or Microsoft Reader.

I can't find my email with the download link.

Please check your spam folder. If you still do not see your email, contact us.


Why don't early Units have Bible Drills?

Units 1-7 are designed for younger children. For this reason, they do not include Bible Drills (available starting in in Unit 8). Bible Drills are often not applicable to younger kids, as wording is often a little beyond their comprehension and/or focus. Physical Bibles can also be a distraction. We recommend Bible Drills and reading from the Bible to be done by older kids(ages 7+).

Where do I find props for Act it Out Scripts? 

Props can be purchased online, where costumes and toys are sold, or handmade. Please drop by our blog for handmade ideas!

What is the best age to start the curriculum?

We recommend starting the Old Testament lessons with children from the age of 4. The curriculum is designed to grow with students as they progress, incorporating more challenging doctrine and application as they 'trek' through the lessons.

My classroom has a large age range, will this curriculum work? 

Lessons are readily applicable to a large age range!

If working in Units 8+ with younger children, teachers may need to leave out parts of the lesson and/or stop to explain things to younger students.

If working in Units 1-7 with older children, teachers may need to teach the story in a manner more applicable to their students rather than reading word for word. Application and review questions may likewise need to be adapted. Prepare ahead of time to make the best of the lesson for your age group!

Activities (mazes, code words, coloring pages, and word puzzles) can be done in separate groups based on interest or age. Act it Out Scripts offer roles for all ages, as younger kids can be background characters (or animals), or helped through their lines if given speaking roles.

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More resources for teachers.

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