HOMESCHOOL

Biblical Worldview

Kids learn about real world issues from a biblical perspective. Each unit has devotions woven throughout to help kids understand what the Bible says about that issue.

Engaging Activities

Literacy activities are designed to help kids think deeply and critically. Students use a wide range of resources to build critical thinking skills.

Practical Application

Projects make the issues come alive and help kids make a difference now. A wide range of projects allow kids to choose one that's right for them.

UNITS

 

HUNGER IN AMERICA UNIT

What myths surround hunger in the United States? Kids learn what's true and what's false and how they can make a difference for people who are hungry in their communities.

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  • Student Notebooks available for grades 4-5 or 6-8 

  • Home Instructor's Guide purchased separately

  • Perfect for homeschooling families, independent study, or

co-ops/small groups (to learn more about using this unit with groups, visit our "Schools & Co-ops" page)

  • Biblical devotions focused on Matthew 15:29-39 (Jesus feeds the 4,000)

  • Ideas included for younger family members

 

NOTE: Student Notebooks are workbooks specifically designed to work in conjunction with online resources. All online resources can be accessed from our "Resources" page, allowing students to experience online research more safely.

CLEAN WATER UNIT

More than 663 million people are without clean water all over the world. Kids learn how this affects people's lives and how they can make a difference from home.

  • Student Notebooks available for grades 4-5 or 6-8

  • Home Instructor's Guide purchased separately

  • Perfect for homeschooling families, independent study, or co-ops/small groups (to learn more about using this unit with groups, visit our "Schools & Co-ops" page)

  • Devotions focused on loving others (1 John 4)

  • Optional novel study for grades 6-8

  • Ideas to include younger family members

 

NOTE: Student Notebooks are designed to work in conjunction with online resources. All online resources can be accessed from our "Resources" page, allowing students to experience online research more safely.