Category: Copy Work

Over the years, I have been asked to speak on my homeschooling method of using the Bible as my only textbook . I made a simple take home handbook for those who would attend my lectures.  I decided to give it away here on my website to others who may find it helpful.  Below is

  Yesterday, Jeremiah completed his graduation requirements, and we celebrated all that Yehovah has done in his life up to this point in time.  We have graduated seven students so far, Daniel, Tyler, Rachel, Lydia, Brenden, Rebekah, and now Jeremiah.  David has finished his academic schooling as well.  We are half way through.  Since Adam

Copying the Bible word for word, it changes the heart, mind, body, and soul.  I really, really believe this.  So much so that when I couldn’t find just the right materials for my sons to copy the book of Proverbs, I decided to make my own.  I won’t lie, I wasn’t sure I could do

Something I forgot to mention in my last post about copy work is that often my children are required to copy other parts of the Bible in family Bible study.  So they often complete full books of the Bible not in Torah at the same time as working through the Torah.  Here is a few

In our family the core of our schooling is called copy work.  But if you ask a hundred teachers what copy work is, you will get a hundred different answers.  In our house copy work, is the name of the method of learning that includes detailed copying of the Torah (scriptures).  Today, Lydia completed here

A few years ago, I wrote about our homeschooling methods.  The posts were very long, and well, too long.  So, since I still get asked about our homeschooling methods often, I have decided to update those posts into smaller more reader friendly posts.  So, here is the first one. The center of our schooling is