Topic | Sabbath mood

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  • Ruralmama
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    This year we are using the 2 new SCM creation studies for a kindergartener,  3rd and 5th graders. I like them a lot particularly the older one. I will certainly have my younger kids do that one. I think i will have the older one do Jacks insects next year, but I’m not sure I want the 4th grader to do it yet….She also has listened to the burgess bird book recently. Some of the elementary sabbath mood guides look promising, but I am certainly coming from a Christian world view. (Incidentally the Truth Project is a great workd view series we are doing as a church now.)

    Do any of you have any thoughts on the sabbath mood elementary guides on plants, waves, engineering and technology, chemestry, energy, or magnets? I am avoiding all earth science on purpose; besides it`s covered well in Investigating God’s Creation.

     

    I know sabbath mood has been discussed a fair amount in the past….I’ve been here a while;) but I havent heard much on the form 2 stuff.

     

    totheskydear
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    Nicole Williams is a Christian and the guides are written from a Christian perspective with ways to tweak the assignments for both Christian and secular families written right into the guides. If the book mentions evolution she mentions the pages for Christians to skip, and vice versa for secular families. We had no problems using the form 2 geology guide earlier this year.

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