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Resolute in teaching Biblical principles that sustain liberty
Teach your children the story of this real life hero, George Washington. This bundle includes...
American Dictionary of the English Language Noah Webster 1828
This bundle includes...
The Noah Plan® Literature Curriculum Guide presents the rich elementary, middle school, and high school Christian History Literature program originally designed by Rosalie June Slater.
Verna M. Hall's classic compilation of America's Christian history. New Founders Edition 2006.
Reprint of the 1838 Letters to Mothers, a gift book of noble wisdom and practical ideas for the art of mothering. For Mothers, Grandmothers, aspiring Mothers, and those who mentor Mothers.
The Foundations Course Independent Study is the entry-level course in the Principle Approach philosophy, methodology and curriculum.
A compilation of primary source documents authenticating the Bible as a major influence on the making of the Constitution. Includes new...
Celebrate and teach an authentic Pilgrim Thanksgiving.
This book plants the Idea of
America in the hearts and minds of Americans in each new generation.
A student handbook for teaching reading using the Bible as a reader. Appropriate for middle school students. Includes a downloadable PDF Teacher Planner.
Recipient of the 1956 Newberry Award for "the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children." "Sailing by Ash Breeze"—persevering in hard times—is the theme.
Designed as the basic study guide for Christian History of the Constitution I (CHOC I)
This volume is indispensable to the student incomprehending God's vision for liberty and government, his responsibility as a Christian citizen, and the standard to which we must hold our leaders to sustain our Constitutional Republic.
A compilation of primary source documents authenticating the Bible as a major influence on the making of the U.S. Constitution.
The “Rudiments of History and Government”
workshop equips teachers and parents with the skill to form habits of thinking
that will propel students toward their fullest expression in Christ.