The Bible, which is the Word of God to mankind, is the most remarkable book ever written and certainly deserves to have a solid place in any homeschool program. You can get biblical charts and maps to help students to learn more about the bible.
Here are some tips to help you see how you can involve the Bible in a secular homeschool lesson:
1. The Bible is a collection of 66 small books, divided into the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) and Greek scriptures (New Testament). Small children quickly learn the names of the first five books of the Bible. Then they can easily learn the order of the Gospel account of Jesus's life and ministry.
2. Another way to involve the Bible in your secular homeschool lesson becomes clear when you realize that the Bible is full of real-life, a dramatic account of the lives of many individuals who function as both a good and a bad example to follow life.
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3. Other stimulating and challenging activities is to create a timeline of major events recorded in the Bible.
4. Another way in which the Bible can be involved in a secular homeschool lesson is to have children study life in ancient cultures at the time that certain events are recorded in the Bible. For example, projects and essays to center around life in Ancient Egypt, Ancient Rome or Ancient Greece.
5. There are many aspects of the various subjects of Geography that opened up to you as a home school educator through the pages of the Bible. It is not difficult to find maps of countries and cities and villages mentioned in many accounts in the Bible and find a variety of locations such as mentioned in a different account.