The Principle Approach Homeschool Curriculum – using the 4 R’s to guide your homeschool curriculum choices. Part III of The Principle Approach to Homeschool Education Series.
Biblical Principle Approach is big on reasoning, especially reasoning from God’s word. It can be a challenge to a home educating mom who was not taught this way. One resource to consider to help you on this journey is Walking with Jesus. This is designed for fourth grade, but I believe a fifth or even sixth grader could glean a lot. It is a softcover
We use a variety of resources during our morning Bible time, but this past year I purchased a book that has become a favorite in our home. A Child’s Book of Character Building by Ron and Rebekah Coriell is a compilation of short stories that highlight Christ-like character traits. It is designed for ages three to seven, but you could possibly use it with a slightly older
This is one of my favorite products from FACE: the Christian History Library in Libronix. It is the best investment I’ve made in a long time. There are 11 volumes included (see the list here). They are all searchable and interactive, so I can search a topic and the program will search all volumes for every reference. It saves so much time from trying to
There is no shortage of Bible curriculum in the homeschool world. Many curricula have Bible study built into their studies but some do not. Biblical Principle Approach places God at the center of every subject, but there is still a need for more formal Bible study. The choice I made is Judah Bible Curriculum. How it works: The Bible is divided into five overarching themes
Beyond Numbers: A Practical Guide to Teaching Math Biblically by Katherine Loop is the most helpful introduction to teaching math with Biblical principles that I have come across. She packs a lot of food for thought into less than 100 pages, and as a busy mom I appreciate that I can read it in one night. Chapters include “Where Did Math Come From and Why