Grammar of Grace is a completely different kind of Christian homeschool curriculum, for ages 5–12. Based on the classical Trivium, it follows the Christian Trivium method of teaching grammar during these elementary-age years, and teaches the Christian Trivium content of scripture, character-building history and literature, and the classical languages.
The Trivium was the education method used by the Reformers and early Americans—when Christians made biblical literacy a chief aim for all people. This focus led to an explosion of literacy, learning, and the spread of the Gospel, unparalleled in world history.
Grammar of Grace seeks to return to that high point in Christian education, and offers a practical curriculum for homeschooling parents to that end. Its foundation is unapologetically the Word of God, along with History, Literature, and an introduction to Latin, Greek, and Hebrew.
Daily memory work and Bible reading are the core of this old-fashioned curriculum, and siblings study the same topics together in the style of a one-room schoolhouse. Children will thrive in a routine free from worksheets and textbooks, and parents will be absolutely amazed by what their children can learn—and enjoy learning!