All education is religious. There is no education that is neutral. God is relevant to education. All education is taught from a particular worldview. Thats why finding a good Bible, Worldview, and character curriculum is so important.
We have asked some Teach Them Diligently families what their favorite Elementary Bible, Worldview, and Character curriculums are. Those are listed below with a link to our complete Homeschool Family Favorite Guide.
The Top 3…
Answers in Genesis Bible Curriculum – From their website: Make the study of Scripture a core part of your student’s education with Answers Bible Curriculum for Homeschool. This chronological curriculum will equip you with in-depth Bible teaching, apologetic connections, and engaging activities as you raise the next generation to develop a truly biblical worldview.
The Jesus Storybook Bible – From the website: Every story whispers his name. A Bible like no other, The Jesus Storybook Bible invites children to join in the greatest of all adventures, to discover for themselves that Jesus is at the center of God’s great story of salvation–and at the center of their own story too!
Apologia – From their website: Use God’s powerful Word to lead the tender heart and mind of your first grader to God’s path for him. This kit includes Curriculum Lesson Plans for 170 lessons of Bible classes. The 12 books of colorful visuals and narrative presentation will keep your child fascinated as he studies the lives of Adam, Cain, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Enoch, and Jesus. Through memorizing Bible verses, he will have God’s Word to help him daily as he learns about Creation, salvation, Christ’s miracles, Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection, and more.
Top Elementary Bible, Worldview, and Character Curriculums 4-5
4. Awana – From their website: Awana offers a curriculum that reaches kids and their families with the gospel. Our proven and adaptable curriculum will have you developing leaders and discipling kids to walk with Christ for life. The curriculum and programs start at age 2 and continue through age 18.
5. Torchlighter – From their website: Torchlight is quite an eclectic curriculum. We include hands-on learning, game-schooling, car-schooling, media, and bedtime story recommendations into our curriculum to spread out the learning and make it more of a lifestyle. Torchlight takes a distinctively secular approach with Humanist underpinnings. Torchlight supports the Golden Rule, kindness, exploration, questioning, and scientific thinking. A worldly approach full of logic, equality, and empathy. Torchlight provides flexibility, allowing you to mold the learning experience to the learner. A list of alternate and extra materials is given which facilitate expansion of a topic without the added pressure to “get it all in”. We hope to foster exploration of rabbit-holes, or making a last-minute switch for a better fit without the fuss, allowing the crafting of a better balance, different to each learner and their learning partner. Torchlight is created to fulfill the idea of the adult learning alongside the child, helping guide them, teach them to find answers