Questions about Calvary Curriculum?
Check this section to find answers and solutions to commonly-asked questions.

We have chosen not to be affiliated with any particular denomination or ministry; we have people who help from different denominations and non-denominations. We pray that we might be faithful to the Scriptures and glorify Jesus (Ephesians 4).

Know that our Statement of Faith, mission, and resources are grounded in the historical, conservative Christian faith. While this dictates our publication policy, it does not define the extent of our fellowship.

This website was created and launched in 2006 as a replacement to our original website which was launched in the late 90’s. But, some of the contents of this site, such as the original “Children’s Curriculum” were created in the mid 90’s which was then released on a 2-CD set prior to the creation of either of the websites. To read full the full History & Vision of Calvary Curriculum please CLICK-HERE.

First, CalvaryCurriculum.COM (for USA users) has a YEARLY $39 subscription fee. These funds help provide the means to develop resources to continue to bless users worldwide and to offer our international website at no cost to users.

Secondly, through donations made by users of this website.

All material on this site is copyrighted (Copyright Notice) and MAY NOT be posted on any other website. But, if you desire, you may place a link on your website to Calvary Curriculum.

All curriculum may be printed/photocopied as many times as needed, for you or your classroom/church, as long as you adhere to the Copyright Policy.

No. Because we frequently update and improve the curriculum on this site there is only the option to download one study at a time. That way when you need a particular Bible Study you will download the most recent updated version of that study.

All English curriculum on this website (Little Ones Curriculum, Original & Revised Children’s Curriculum, and the Topical Curriculum,) use the New King James Version (NKJV).

The Spanish curriculum (Original Children’s Curriculum) uses the Reina-Valera 1960 (RVR).

Hopefully in the near future, as the Lord provides the finances, we desire to release all the curriculum found on this site in the King James Version (KJV) and also in the Reina-Valera 1960 (RVR).

You can print the curriculum in one of two ways. Click on the study you desire to print once it opens print it from your computer to your printer.
The second way is to download the PDF to your computer. RIGHT-CLICK on the “button” of the study you want to download, then depending on your computer you will have a few options on what to do. What you are looking for is the option to “SAVE AS” or “SAVE TARGET AS” or “DOWNLOAD LINKED FILE AS.” You are looking for is the option to download the file to your computer. Once you do that you will be able to open it on your computer and then easily print from there. You can also take that PDF to your local printer and print it there. But, remember to take with you our  “copyright notice” so they will allow you to print it.

We have heard from a few individuals that say the new coloring pictures are too detailed and not color friendly. We hope to address that by the following.

 

The typical coloring picture is very simple with wide-open white spaces. Why do we do this? Why do we dumb-down children’s coloring pictures? Is it to protect the child’s self-esteem? It seems we should be more concerned with creating what a child will learn from the coloring picture that creates the child’s “normal.” In real life what we see is real, when we look at a car we see the whole car, not just part of it. When we look at a classroom filled with children, we don’t just see one child. We believe that a coloring picture should be worth a thousand words, not just a few. And as far as the idea of staying inside the lines of the picture, we believe that it is more important for a child to understand as much as possible about the story behind the picture. It is with that in mind that we have commissioned some of the finest artists in the industry to illustrate coloring pictures that tell the whole store, not just part of it.