As mentioned in the first post, this Teaching Science from the Bible unit study is arranged with daily lessons and worksheets. Each lesson includes facts and data to cover the topic and then Review, Research, and Reinforce sections to help the student apply what he has learned. The worksheets, while optional, are very helpful in giving the student hands-on learning opportunities.Continue reading “Teaching Science from the Bible – Lesson 2”
Some of you may be new to the thought of homeschooling. Perhaps the current pandemic and the fear of sending your child back to school has you considering homeschooling. Or maybe you’re an experienced homeschooler who’s just looking to freshen up your curriculum. If you’re wondering how to homeschool from the Bible, then this Teaching Science from the Bible unit study is for you.Continue reading “How To Homeschool From the Bible – Science Unit Study”
Make learning fun with this map of the USA puzzle printable. You can easily turn a map of the United States into a learning activity that’s fun for the whole family.Continue reading “Map of the USA Puzzle Printable”
Knowing what to do when your child is diagnosed with Asperger’s isn’t easy. However, it is possible to find the right path for your child.Continue reading “What To Do When Your Child is Diagnosed with Asperger’s”
Help transform your child’s behavior from the inside out by building great characters. Check out this post and get your copy of this FREE character qualities printable to help guide you along.
You can easily teach your children the bible and help them memorize scripture by using these fun methods. You’ll be amazed at how quickly they learn and retain God’s word in their hearts.
Hiding God’s word in our hearts is crucial for living a victorious life. Even David, who was called the man after God’s own heart, felt that hiding God’s word in his heart was the key to avoiding sin.
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Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee.”Psalm 119:11
How To Build Confidence in Kids
Children are resilient.
Or so we’re told. But in the last few days, I’ve been reminded that children are also very fragile.Continue reading “5 Phrases Your Child Needs to Hear Everyday”