I used colored cardstock to make my dividers. I cut 39 dividers instead of 41 like the article suggested, because I normally do not drill our Bible verses on Saturdays or Sundays. The dividers are labeled: Daily, Odd, Even, 1 for each day of the week, and 1-31 for the dates of each month. Here is a not so good picture. I am not a photographer!
Next I typed or copied and pasted from BibleGateway the verses that we have previously memorized plus several verses that the children memorized years ago and need to practice. I used Avery brand index cards......They come in a package with 4 index cards per sheet. You print 4 cards at a time, and they are perforated for you to separate them easily.
two of the Scripture cards
The final step was placing each of the verses I had printed out on the cards behind the appropriate divider. I really just randomly placed all the verses that we have learned over this past school year. I also typed up several for us to learn (or relearn) in the weeks to come. I will just type up more verses as we run out new verses to memorize.
I do not currently have a 4 x 6 filing box to store the cards and dividers in, so I put them in a little basket. This will do until I can make a trip to the store! Also, I may laminate my dividers.
the finished product in the basket
It will look nicer when I buy the filing box.
I am keeping the basket on our kitchen table, because that is where we have our daily Bible reading, study, discussion and drill/memory work. In addition to making cards for Scripture memory, I also made several cards for some general Bible drill work. These drills include: Twelve Apostles, Twelve Sons of Jacob, Books of the New Testament, Books of the Old Testament, The Ten Commandments, The Ten Plagues, and some longer passages like Psalm 23.