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What Your Child Needs to Know When: According to the Bible, According to the State: with Evaluation Check Lists for Grades K-8 Paperback – May 20, 2009
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"A great help! with planning my lessons and motivating us to make God's Word our focus. Excellent book!" -- Anna Trever, Orlando
"Great! Convicting, mind-renewing, leaves one informed, challenged and focused on the Lord for perfect direction. Worth every cent!" -- Daine Alive4Him@aol.com
"This book is EXCELLENT..An answer to prayer." -- Regina Ulmer
Everything you need to know to evaluate your child's curriculum, check for learning gaps, track your child's progress and more. -- Homeschooling Headquarters
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***Section I- explains what a Christian world view is and how to RENEW your mind to get rid of this "public education mentality." Includes a look at the Greek history of state education compared to history of Biblical education. The center of all life-- religious, education, and training--was the home.
***Section II- The second section explains what achievement tests are, test terms, test scores, testing limitations, avoiding testing anxiety, possible benefits from testing, states that require testing, alternative methods of evaluation, and much more.
*** Section III explains The Heart of Wisdom teaching approach. The Bible is the main focus and the core of the curriculum, with the secondary focus dedicated academics.
***Section IV includes check lists are divided according to grade level K-8: Bible, Character, Math, Science, Language Arts, and Social Science. You can evaluate and make notes for up to five children with these lists. See excerpts at HomeschoolInformation.com
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This book includes a large amount of quoting from other books, speakers etc. I really find it hard to give this author or book a better rating when half the book is quotations, reproduced checklists, and reprinting of the Hearts of Wisdom curriculum. The first few chapters of this book are insightful but unless you intend to use the Christian curriculum promoted by the author (Hearts of Wisdom) the remainder of the book is useless. More than half of the book is "assessment checklists". These checklist are nothing more than what you would find if you Googled these grade/subject level checklist yourself. The only thing I found useful (any why this gets 2 stars) were chapters 10 Bible checklist and chapter 11 Character checklist.
What sets this one aside is it also covers character education and has check lists for what you might need to teach your child at different ages in character education and Biblical education.
One of the things that I liked is that there was a place to write each child's name and youc an easily track what your children know at each level up to three children. Another thing I liked was that the checklists seperated out by grade were also seperated out by Character/Biblical Principals vs. State expected checklists. This made it easy to concentrate on just one thing if you wanted to do so.
The only complaint I had was that it stopped at 8th grade. I would like to see another book along these same lines with 8-12th grade.