Saturday, August 22, 2009

Christian Homeschoolers, Can You Help Me?

Can you recommend something for a Bible curriculum for my preschool and kindergartener? Little Bean espescially is full of questions about God, heaven, hell, the Bible, ethics, death, etc. Most of the curriculum I have come across is more based on Bible stories, but I'm looking for something closer to a catechism--something that describes the Christian belief system and our basic tenets of faith. We are from a protestant (evangelical/reformed) background, if that helps any. :)

3 comments:

Lea said...

We are using Everything A Child Should Know About God by Kenneth N. Taylor. I think it is very well done for young children, although I know our boys are still a bit young to understand it all. They have already learned a lot from it though. We usually read one or two pages from this book and one or two stories from their story Bible before bedtime. Amazon has it and you can look inside.

Emily said...

This is what we are using. I'm not sure if it is exactly what you are looking for but it is good!
http://www.hubbardscupboard.org/

SAHMinIL said...

I'm a Catholic-Christian, so I really have no idea if the following will help. You will have to check it out to see if it lines up with your belief system or not. I have OLD Fashioned Education bookmarked as a resource. It's just "Christian" in general. www.oldfasionededucation.com

She, Maggie from Old Fashioned Education, suggests Keys for Kids (www.cbhministries.org/kfk/home.php)and Kids4turth (devos.kids4truth.com) for the Kindergarten Level.

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