Dating for homeschoolers
My second approach is to keep open communication with my children and use any such lessons as “teachable moments.” For my husband and I, we believe that God gave us our children as a gift to be raised up in Him.Because I know that one day I have to stand before the Lord and be held accountable for what I taught my sons I take it very seriously.(20)But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal.(21)For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.That isn’t necessarily a problem, but I am worried about things like evolution, holidays we don’t celebrate, and the like being a problem in a secular curriculum. In our home, our family, we believe that our faith is not separate from what we’re learning. (aka: His Story) We believe in a literal 6 day creation and disagree with the theory of evolution. I use Time4Learning for Math and Language arts and “some” language arts extensions.
Here’s my response to a question that I frequently hear: My concern with T4L is that it is “secular”. As a believer I encourage you to seek out the Lord in prayer and ask HIM what He wants your homeschool to look like.Many Christian families have questions related to the worldview and philosophy of Time4Learning and how it fits into the education they are providing their children.Below is a testimonial by a Christian homeschooler discussing her selection of Time4Learning as the best choice for her children despite it not being a Biblically-centered curriculum.Other key features of the program: Time4Learning is entirely web based, so there is no software to download, no CDs and nothing additional to purchase.Students will be able to access the program 24/7 from any computer with an internet connection.