Even though I don't homeschool my girls, I can still purchase some great Bible curriculum from a homeschool vendor.
Isn't that profound?
This issue always seems to be a hot one because many feel so very strongly about one side or the other. But I have come to realize that there is no reason a public school family can't reap the benefits of some fantastic Bible homeschool curriculum. It doesn't matter if it is marketed for homeschooling. I can find some excellent resources to be intentional about training my children in Bible theology and disciplines.
So here is my problem. Since I don't homeschool, I am really not sure where to look or what companies are the best in this field.
That is where you come in! I know many of my online friends are homeschoolers, and I just know that you will have some recommendations for me. My girls are 10 and 8, and I would like to get curriculum that fits both of them so I am not trying to do two different grade levels. They are both very intelligent young ladies, so I know the younger can keep up with the older. I don't think I will be able to commit to doing a lesson every single day, but would like to choose possibly 2-3 days per week that we do lessons in the evening after their regular homework is done.
Would you leave in the comments what you might recommend and the website information? I would be so grateful for your input!!
On another note check out my other blog, Capturing Beautiful, to see my entry for Word Filled Wednesday.