Train up a child in the way he should go…

There are just so many benefits homeschooling has been doing for our family. As of late, our son is fond of  going over verses that he has encountered during our class. Verses are incorporated in every subject PACE.

It started during one of those nights my husband led our family devotion and was randomly teaching our son how to look for verses in the Bible. Our son, then asked if they could look for verses from the Bible that he encountered during the day as he went through his PACEs during our homeschool time.

These little things that our five year old is learning amazes us. It may not be spectacular and all. But we are encouraged  nonetheless even as these things constantly affirms our choice of using this particular curriculum for our homeschool material.

Fellow parents who are considering homeschooling should include SOT’s curriculum in their list of choices. It won’t just save you from having to use the best acne treatments (primarily, because it is sooo parent friendly — I know I can’t just stress that enough). It won’t stress you out! But you are actually also training your child not just to be good in the academics. Biblical truths and character values are well incorporated in each subject. Instilling in them words from the Bible itself to guide them through life. 🙂

“Train up a child in the way he should go: and whne he is old, he will not depart from it.” Prov. 22:6

2 Comments to “Train up a child in the way he should go…”

  1. I know this post is from last year, but I just found it… I have 4 school aged children (ages 4, 5, 6 and 6)…. And a 2 year old and one due in April… The two oldest are adopted from Ukraine, and have only been speaking English for 5 months. They were completely unschooled in the orphanage.

    Needless to say, I have needed to simplify my life, especially In regards to homeschooling. So we have decided to switch everything over to ACE paces and I am really excited to make the switch.

    Have you written on your blog about what your daily schedule is like using paces, or what your organizational setup is?

    Thanks for sharing!

  2. Thanks for the visit, Shannon! You are so going to love the ACE curriculum! You’re actually going to have fun while at it.

    Schedules vary on what level the student is in. We just follow what’s in the manual. Since Level 1, my son has learned to plot out his goals everyday. The goal being, the number of pages he is to finish for every subject. As for preschoolers, you just go by the book. There really is no pressure, since you move by your own pace. The student is so going to enjoy the subjects that he/she will tend to ask for more.

    I pray that things will work out for you and your family. While I know that the dynamics of homeschooling changes a great deal when there’s more than one student involved. It really could pose to be to their advantage. Even as you guys will have the fun of doing experiments together and not miss out on the advantages of group work that traditional school has.

    God bless you as you pursue homeschooling through the ACE curriculum. 🙂

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