TOS Review: Judah Bible Curriculum

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As homeschoolers we are able to have Bible as an important class in our daily classroom schedule. And if you have been homeschooling for any length of time …you know there are a lot of different curricula “out there” to choose from.

This one is called Judah Bible Curriculum. Here is an except from their site:

What is the Judah Bible Curriculum:

  • A Principle Approach curriculum for Bible class.
  • Develop a comprehensive knowledge of the Bible.
  • Build strong, Godly character in your children.
  • Study the Bible together.
  • Study the hand of God in the lives of individuals and nations.
  • For homeschool, Christian school, Sunday school.
  • Teach your children living Biblical principles to guide their lives.
  • Apply God’s word personally in every area of life.
  • The Bible is the textbook.

This is a “Principle Approach” based course. Here is their definition:Principle Approach refers to a philosophy of education whose content and methods are designed to build character in teacher and student capable of sustaining liberty.

The Principle Approach is a resurgence of the Biblical philosophy of education prevalent in the founding period of America, when the character of the American colonists was one of dependence on God, not the State. This enabled and impelled them to overthrow their opposition under the tyranny of England and become a new nation, free yet not in anarchy. This education was done almost entirely in the home and the church and yielded a populace that was 96% literate; today we are 46% literate.

This is a “Principle Approach” based course. Here is their definition:Principle Approach refers to a philosophy of education whose content and methods are designed to build character in teacher and student capable of sustaining liberty.

The Principle Approach is a resurgence of the Biblical philosophy of education prevalent in the founding period of America, when the character of the American colonists was one of dependence on God, not the State. This enabled and impelled them to overthrow their opposition under the tyranny of England and become a new nation, free yet not in anarchy. This education was done almost entirely in the home and the church and yielded a populace that was 96% literate; today we are 46% literate.”

With this curriculum your core text is your Bible. Your child will be studying the Bible.

Purchase Judah Bible Curriculum delivered online:

  Total $44.00.
You get:
1) Judah Bible Curriculum K-12 Manual, e-book format to download;
2) Elementary Notebook Ideas booklet to view online or download;
3) Eight-lecture Teacher Training Seminar. listen online or download.
(40% discount for online delivery!)

Purchase Judah Bible Curriculum Pack Hard Copy:

$69.00, plus 5.00 p&h,
Total $74.00.
Allow 7 days for delivery.
You get:
1) Judah Bible Curriculum K-12 Manual;
2) Elementary Notebook Ideas booklet;
3) Eight-lecture Teacher Training Seminar on CDs.

 

Okay…now my thoughts on the program….it is a very good program. Especially for someone who wants to learn how to walk and live a Christian life…..this is a great program to teach you the Bible….especially if you don’t know it….There is A LOT of teacher prep involved to teach your children…Kinda like a teacher – teaching program — Go to their website and look around and see what you think. This may be just what you are looking for!! I was hoping for something a little more simplified. But like I said, for others…this could be awesome!!! Honestly – I know a friend that this would work prefect for for! She wasn’t raised in a religious family, so she really doesn’t know much of the Bible…so how can she teach it to her children?….this is perfect for her!! 

And as always my wonderful friends, go see what my Mates thought. Just click HERE.

 

Disclaimer Alert”

And remember –I received Judah Bible Curriculum in exchange for my honest opinion and review/blog post. And nothing else …..zip, zilch, nada, and what-ever else, yadda-yadda ~smile~

 

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Blessings my friends, till next time….

 

 

 

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