What's so great about our homeschool curriculum?
- It's Biblical - All knowledge was created by God and this curriculum glorifies the Creator.
- It's Affordable - Offering the curriculum as a download keeps the cost low!
- It's Practical - You, the parent, can grasp it and communicate it, and the kids can actually complete it...on a daily basis.
In our Creation Science Studies Science Curriculum
we begin laying the foundations for science in Genesis and the Creation account. We explore elements and atoms, vertebrates and invertebrates, monocots and dicots. We peel back the earth's crust, investigate volcanoes, and climb craters. Dive deep and see if you can find a "tanniyn" or "leviathan." And we delve into the Bible to discover what it means to be "fearfully and wonderfully made."
Our Writing through the Biographies Curriculumprovides biographies of Christian scientists who studied both the Bible and their scientific fields, and believed that they complemented each other. In our first unit, we meet George Washington Carver, Carl Linnaeus, and John Woodward. Your student will be choosing which of the power adjectives, adverbs, and verbs they like best and then will confidently use them to write their own biographies of these men. The student can quickly gain an appreciation for these introductory tools in a streamlined, systematic fashion.
Our Introduction to the Essentials of Diagramming Curriculum
begins with Creation, walks in the Garden, builds with Noah, and ends with Babel. We build diagramming skills while reading the Biblical building of civilization.
Our Government Memory Work
lays the foundation for the functions of our federal government in a concise way, with suggested songs to aid with the memory work.
The Literature Mastery Pages
unit was written to give you, the freedom to choose the books that you think are "great". After you have chosen the appropriate books for your kids to read, the Literature Mastery Pages give you and your child the tools to analyze those books, so together you can decide: great - or not so great.
The Introduction to Hebrew
provides an overview of the history of God's Word, how it was written, and how it has been transmitted through the ages. This is meant to broaden the understanding of God's Word and bring an appreciation for those who have preserved the very words of God. We will introduce you to Hebrew letters, punctuation (there is none!), vocabulary, and a surprising method of reading (right to left).All curriculum are available as immediate downloads to your computer in a PDF format. Simply print and you are on your way!