Monthly Archives: September 2012
Do you have the Uncle Arthur Bible Story books? Here’s a great free resource to accompany the series. This two-part curriculum is designed for classroom use, but is a great source of ideas for creative worships and Bible lessons. It is designed to be an 8 year program. The links are below in bold.
DOWNLOAD NOTE: The documents are large, the first set is 293 pages!
This South Pacific Division elementary Bible curriculum was developed by and for Pacific Island Adventist schools. This teacher’s guide includes lesson or story plans to accompany Uncle Arthur’s Bible Story series, Volumes 1-6. Concise, clear, adaptable, utilizing multiple intelligences, this Adventist religious education resource is free of copyright, ready for use or translation. See also the companion Pacific Island Bible Story Plans 7-10
“The principle inculcated by the injunction, “Be kindly affectioned one to another” (Romans 12:10), lies at the very foundation of domestic happiness.
Unkindness, complaining, and anger shut Jesus from the dwelling. I saw that angels of God will flee from a house where there are unpleasant words, fretfulness, and strife.
Gentle manners, cheerful conversation, and loving acts will bind the hearts of children to their parents by the silken cords of affection and will do more to make home attractive than the rarest ornaments that can be bought for gold.”
The Faith I Live By, pg. 267
Looking to add variety to your math program or create a math-based unit study? Here’s a handy book list of math in children’s literature. This homeschooling mom updates this list, so make sure to bookmark this site.
Click on the source link or on the image to find the book list.
“Severity and justice, unmingled with love, will not lead your children to do right. Notice how quickly the combative spirit is aroused in them. Now there is a better way to manage them than by mere compulsion. Justice has a twin sister, which is love.
Let love and justice clasp hands in all your management, and you will surely have the help of God to co-operate with your efforts. The Lord, your gracious Redeemer, wants to bless you, and give you His mind, and His grace, and His salvation, that you may have a character which God can approve.”
Letter 19a, 1891.