Blogging from A to Z Challenge—LETTER C

Thrift Schooling


Families homeschool for a variety of reasons, but many choose to homeschool because their worldview clashes with what is taught in the traditional school setting. Our family homeschools so we can put the basic principles of Christ into practice throughout our entire day. 

And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart. And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up, (Deuteronomy 6:6–7).

Homeschooling lends the opportunity to have your children with you throughout the day. When questions about life arise—the parent is there to instruct. When concerns or disciplinary issues come up, the parent is there to lead and to guide using scripture to help point the child towards God's principles. 

Ensuring that the curriculum, materials, and resources matches your worldview is paramount and provides opportunities for you to match what you are teaching your children throughout the day to a variety of disciplines. If you are on the search for Christ-centered curriculum to use in your home, take a look at my reviews or thoughts on the following:

I have used a wide variety of materials in my homeschool and have even shared many of them on my blog, but the ones listed above are five of my favorite. 

Every subject counts. Everything we teach our children matters. What they read, see, hear, and experience all needs to be through the lens of our worldview, so as a Christian we need to make wise decisions for our children when they are young about what we let them watch, read, and do, so they can make the right decisions when they are older. 

What is your favorite educational resource?

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