Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Review - The World God Made




The following is a homeschool review of "The World God Made," published by Christian Liberty Press:





Book: Softcover, 92 pages.

Grade Level:  Kindergarten


I have had such a wonderful time going through this book with my grandchild.  The pictures are bright and the text is large.  There are Bible verses throughout (NKJV) which go perfectly with each lesson.

The Author and Editor of this book did an outstanding job in choosing their text.  The words are clear, simple, easy to understand, and make it so easy to teach a small child.

Inside you will find seven sections of lessons.  These sections include the seven days of creation:

1. The Heavens and the Earth.

2. The Sky.

3. The Dry Land, Seas, and Plants.

4. The Sun, Moon, and Stars.

5.  The Fish and Birds.

6.  The Land Animals and Man.

7.  God Rested.

There are bright photographs throughout, along with illustrations for the student to color.  There are short questions and activities at the end of each section.

The lessons can be done at a pace of a page a day, (which is what I have been doing), or a couple of pages, depending on your student. 

In addition to this workbook, there is a Teacher's Manual.   It is 21 pages, stapled together and is a simple guide.  It contains answers to all the activities, a brief lesson plan, and very short instructions for each page in the workbook.  



You can find this book at the Christian Liberty Press site:

The World God Made



  This post is the seventh in a series of reviews I am doing using Christian Liberty Press curriculum.  I hope to do 2 reviews each month as I work with my grandson for Kindergarten. To start with the first post, please see the introduction:

"24 Years of Homeschooling with Christian Liberty Press"



* Disclosure - I received this item for review purposes.*

1 comments:

Amelia said...

This sounds nice. I used to really enjoy ordering from Christian Liberty, such a neat Christian company! It looks like we started homeschooling the same year from reading some of your past articles!

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