What homeschool curriculum are you using?
It would be good to note this piece of advice from Sarah Mackenzie from Teaching from Rest:
Curriculum isn’t something we buy. It’s something we teach. Something we embody. Something we love. It is the form and content of our children’s learning experiences.
With that in mind, we primarily employ the classical Christian educational philosophy and pedagogy or the liberal arts tradition in our homeschool curriculum.
What is classical Christian education?
Here is my working definition of Classical Christian Education:
Classical Christian Education seeks to cultivate wisdom and virtue by nourishing a person’s love of truth, goodness, and beauty; for the chief end of glorifying God and enjoying Him for ever.
To learn more about Classical Education, you may download this guide for parents written by Dr. Christopher Perrin.
What grade levels are your children?
My daughter will be in Second Grade, while my son will be in Kindergarten in the coming school year.
What is a Presbyterian?
A Presbyterian is a Christian who confesses the Westminster Confession of Faith and Catechisms as a subordinate standard to the Bible. Presbyterians are also considered as Reformed Christians.