In God Schooling: How God Intended Children to Learn, Julie Polanco offers faith-based Christian reasons for pursuing an unschooling approach to homeschooling. While there is certainly no one “right way” to approach education, Polanco shows how listening to God’s will for her family brought her peace as a homeschooling mom. The Scripture passage she uses as a guide is Galatians… Read more →
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This lesson plan is designed for a classroom but can be adapted for at-home use.
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Knowledge of the temperaments of those around us help us to recognize their likely virtuous inclinations and vicious tendencies, appreciating the breathtaking mountain vistas, while avoiding the potholes and mini-boulders. And as parents, knowledge of the temperaments assists us in better forming our children’s characters.