Fictional stories are a powerful way to capture the attention of the young and old alike. Jesus used short fictional stories to explain the kingdom of God as did Nathan the prophet to bring a king to his knees in repentance. Discover how your use of fiction can get your children excited about seeking truth and about serving God in kingdom-building work. Does fiction really have the power to change lives? Absolutely! Join Chuck Black in discovering how.
Do you have a preschooler this fall and need a curriculum? Many homeschooling parents get
There are so many things to learn about homeschooling, parenting, and managing your household. This week, I’ve asked a couple of TTD favorites, Sonya Shafer and Jessica Hager, to answer some questions about homeschooling multiple ages at once.
It has been said that you will be the same five years from now as you are today, except for the people you meet and the books you read! Inspiring literature that models unwavering character can be one of the catalysts that awakens a child’s drive to first think differently and then act accordingly. “Without Biblical thinking, there is short term obedience and long term frustration.” Through an inspiring, informative, and dramatized lecture, Mark will make you laugh and cry as he “demonstrates”? the power of character-based literature. This will be followed by an in depth look at the ancient steps of character development from early childhood through adulthood. In conclusion, an annotated bibliography for preschoolers through adults will introduce powerful, life-changing Christian literature from the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. This life-transforming session will lay the foundation for children to live a creative, skillful, and godly life.
Knowing your child’s personality will lead to greater insight on how to teach your child the best way to read for their skill set! Every child is different and every child learns to ready at different strides. Knowing how to best tune in to your child and their learning style will bring great success! Listen […]
Author of The Logic of English shares key reasons of how to teach children how to read. This session will give clear insight of the logic behind reading and spelling. We need to introduce our children to real literature to cultivate a love of learning. Listen Now
A Character Matters session will begin the process of moving your young people from ordinary to extraordinary.
In this seminar we will discuss the importance of allowing students to follow history as it happened: In order, from ancient times through the present. Teaching history classically produces a well-rounded student who knows the stories from all of history that every educated person should know.
Jim Trelease, author of the fantastic Read Aloud Handbook, says the most important thing to
Sharon Fisher helps us understand what we should expect of our children when it comes to reading fluency, comprehension, etc. And she shares some tips and strategies for helping uninterested and struggling readers succeed.
We talk so much about discipleship, but a focus on academics is not only important, it is essential! This week, we’ll talk about that.