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What did you all do for the model or diagram of the Tabernacle in Module 1? Do you have a map of the modern world, not the Ancient World? Also, if I have a 1st grader and a preschool student, what do you do? Let the young one listen in? Do we keep moving forward knowing she will repeat this later in the upper grades? I don’t want to do this again with her in two years since they are only two years apart. How do you combine more than one that are close in age? She wants to do everything her sister does, so I don’t want to tell her no; but I also want her to play and explore.
Moms, what do you do?
We’re not that far yet, but yesterday my preschooler insisted on drawing each of the days of creation from the 106 Days study. She enjoyed it and I figure she may not retain all of it now, but later she will have better foundation.
Thanks. So you are letting your preschooler listen in on what an older sibling is doing? When he/she gets to be 6, will you repeat it for him/her and your older one again; or will you just pick up where your older one is at the time? I don’t want to do two subjects with two different times periods.
I have a 6 yr old and 4 yr old. The 4 yr old listens in on bible/history/scripture and joins in when she can. When the modules repeat then my 4 yr old will do this module again with her sister at the same time (and their now 2 yr old sister will join in at that time). Does that make sense? That is what drew me to SCM so that I wouldn’t have to do ancient history a zillion times. The younger ones just join in where we are and will pick up Ancient history the next time we study it.
For map do you mean a map of Egypt? I plan to use a modern map. As for the tabernacle we aren’t there yet so not sure what we’ll do…Is that for 1st grade?
My 4 yr old also wants to do school so I do prek level stuff with her and worksheets to keep her “busy”. 🙂 She loves to color so the worksheets always involve coloring to give her some table time with us. Or manipulatives of course.
It does make sense and this was what I wanted to do. Have my youngest listen in, and pick up at whereever we were when she turned 6, then she could study Ancient History whenever we got around to it again a few years down the road. Oh, this is so mom friendly! I was actually thinking of a world map; but if the book (Sonya’s Genesis through Deuteronomy & Ancient Eygpt) specifically requests Eygpt, then I was wondering if you were going to use a modern-day map or do you need to find an ancient map? I ordered my book about a week ago, so I’m still waiting (patiently ) to see. I don’t have it in front of me yet.
~ CindieSonya ShaferModerator
Cindie, the Links & Tips page for that book has some helpful links that might let you do a little perusing while you’re waiting for your book to arrive.
Thank you! I didn’t realize how full the activities were. I am very impressed just from the samples. I was just expecting a guide for the living books associated with it.
For future reference, where do I access the “Links & Tips” for other items? I’ve noticed them referred to in other posts, but I don’t see it from the home page. Thank you so much for your patience with all my questions! I feel like I hit the jackpot as far as my girls’ education is concerned. It’s such an overwhelming decision since I want to do the best for them. I have felt so much peace since I found this site. Now, I need to work on my patience!
It’s a good question, Cindie, and one that we are planning to feature in an upcoming e-mail. I don’t think many people are aware of the Links and Tips pages.
If you go to the specific book’s page on our site (for example, Genesis through Deuteronomy & Ancient Egypt) and look at the list of links in the upper right corner, you’ll see one called Links, updates, & tips. Click on that and you’ll see any helpful links or supplemental information that we thought would be beneficial to people who use that particular book.AnonymousInactive
Thanks everyone for your support, you’re the best!!
I am not so knowledgeable about this matter. So i have to learn it. Thanks for the post.
Oh, thank you. Glad I wasn’t the only one who didn’t know where it was. Great resource!gr8tfulCMmomParticipant
Here’s a link to a FREE tabernacle I posted some time ago. It is what we used and my kids are still playing with it actually. You can find the thread here!
We used card stock to print the pieces on and a piece of cardboard for the bottom. “Barbie” goes there quite often to worship and feels like it’s a very pretty tabernacle.Jodie AppleParticipant
For anyone interested, http://www.the-tabernacle-place.com/ is a neat site. There is a tabernacle model that you can build and paint. I’m considering doing this as a family project when we get to this section in Module 1. It is a bit pricey, but I’m hoping that the quality of it is worth the price. If anyone can testify to this, I’d love to know.
Thanks for the links, ladies!
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