When I started writing about our Inductive Study for Kids through the book of John, it seems I was a bit hasty in publishing it. Life simply got in the way and I wasn’t able to follow through with it. But apparently this topic has resonated with you, my readers. I get very few comments on this blog; fewer still emails from my readers.
Since I published my first post on our Inductive Study for Kids through the book of John, I have received comment after comment asking, “Is there more?!!” And I even got an email from a pastor-reader asking how I would approach the teaching of another passage for a kids sermon he was working on.
I hear you! And I am trying to dive back into our Inductive Study. Today, I am sharing a little bit of a review. Continue Reading
The concept of the one-room schoolhouse must, as a necessity, be a reality in our home. This year we are homeschooling a 1st grader and a pre-k kid, while trying to keep a busy and quick learning almost 2-year-old. Well, we are homeschooling in between nursing the baby and dealing with tantrums and naps and meals (and, and, and). And there are days that go incredibly well and days where nothing happens of seeming importance.
These are the days when I have to take the long view of the education of our children.
I take a deep breath (or a fresh cup of coffee) and remind myself we have a LOT of days in which to educate and train our little ones. I also remind myself that the older two, for better or worse, are test cases. Hopefully, I have much more figured out once the younger two are walking through the stages we are going through today with the older. I think: “We can make mistakes. We can take breaks. We will have another chance to do these things.”
We have been slowly working our way through John chapter 1, using a modified inductive study method. We focus on asking lots of questions and reviewing the information a LOT! In the short time we have been working through John, we have learned much of the content. For more information and to discover how we walked through the first part of John, check out the previous post in this series.
Here are the simple ideas we used to learn John 1:6-8. Our girls are 4 and 5 years old. Continue Reading