Last week we talked about the importance of learning to read the Scriptures clearly. As we said, in our curriculum we want to emphasize literacy — the ability to understand written words, to apply them to life, and to use language with proficiency in order to interact with the culture around us. Today I’d like […]
Why is it important to teach our children to read instructions? Why do we spend the first ten years (or so) of a child’s life emphasizing basic literacy skills, such as phonics, spelling, handwriting, and fluency in reading? Why should we expect that a child raised in a Torah-observant household would have a higher ability […]
Schedule | Goodie Bag | Sponsors | FAQS Sponsored by Foundations Press Our 7th Anniversary Homeschool Family Conference is August 3-6, 2020, and our theme is “The Brain: What the Bible Says About the Heart and Mind.” It is free to all! You can have the benefit of a live conference without the expensive price […]
Here’s a practical question: Why even buy curriculum? Do I need it? One of my goals is to teach every single subject using the Bible as my primary textbook. Even though we’ve laid out some practical ways to do that here on our website, it’s still a very difficult proposition. I don’t find much curriculum on […]
Boker tov and welcome! Today we’re going to discuss our underlying philosophy for homeschooling. We’ll start today by looking at 2 Timothy 3:16-17, and we’ll continue throughout the week, looking at what the Scriptures say about the foundation of a biblical homeschooling philosophy.
Using the Bible to Teach History: Interview with Christine Miller, Nothing New Press (2016 Homeschool Family Conference)
Conference Schedule | Sponsor Page | Goodie Bag | FAQs Welcome to Session 9 (Tuesday, August 16, 7 pm Eastern). Verses Mentioned in This Video: Deuteronomy 6:20-21 Joshua 4:20-21 Isaiah 51:1-2 Psalm 119:99-100 Links Christine Recommends: Why the History of Western Civilization Athena and Eve – Answers in Genesis Chronology Charts by Floyd Nolan Jones (zip file) […]