What was the Great Depression like? How did that generation develop the “never give up” spirit? Are there lessons we can learn today from the Great Depression and apply those lessons to our own homes?
For millennia, the Bible was read and taught by Christians as a historical book. Before then, the Jews held the Torah as not only sacred, but their own historical narrative, questioning the historical record and figures of Adam, Noah, Job and Abraham no more than Americans question our history of John Adams, Nathaniel Green,
After acquainting us with Moses’ world, he makes his debut on the scriptural pages. As our man takes the stage, the Bible utilizes several storytelling mechanisms that set it apart from traditional methods of teaching history. Tell me the story or tell me the facts Getting barebone facts of history is not a problem
Amazing Free Resources to Start Your Homeschool Year with a Big, Fun Shark Day (or Week) Everyone starts their homeschool year differently. Some of us ramp up slowly, starting with just a few subjects and adding more each week until we are in full swing. Others start it all on day one with a
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