Math, Science, Grammar, Literature, and Character (how do you teach part 3)Home Schooling
No, we don’t. IF there is a math application in a story we are doing, like Noah’s Ark then we will focus in on it. But we do use a math curriculum.
We teach life application science, we also focus in on science in a Bible lesson, for example when studying Sodom and Gomorrah, we did science research to see if there was any evidence for what happened, and then we use Apologia Science. I will admit I love Jeannie Fulbright’s books best, and I don’t really think a student needs to do any more science than what she offers. I can’t wait til her new books come out.
I use Easy Grammar Plus as my teaching guide for the lessons I write.
What about literature?
When we first started homeschooling, I had a long literature list of books, and a library full of lots and lots of books. But, in recent years, we realized that a lot of literature that we think is good and even necessary for our children’s education, is actually not sound teaching when compared to the Bible. So, I still have a list of books and the kids are to pick books from it and are required to read them and write reports on them. This list is smaller than it used to be, and always getting smaller. I will try and post this list later, it needs edited.
Next week I will share about extra curricular activities and Unit studies.
Written by Katie
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