I read the first few pages of Working Children and I cried… Thank you for all the time and heart you put into that curriculum. I am so excited for my kids to go through it. We lived in Nicaragua for a year and we worked with street boys that are addicted to glue. My four children have seen a different world outside of the United States, but it is still one culture. God’s children live diverse lives all throughout the earth. My heart has always been that my kids would be able to see and appreciate God’s creativity… and now they have that chance! Thank you.
We are 10 weeks into Children Around the World (our second year using WP) and are enjoying the experience. Our kids have retained a remarkable about of information from each country/week, and to me it seems that this is the way to introduce them to the world before diving deep into world history. In summary, we are big fans! 🙂
We are enjoying Children Around the World so much. It is adding so much joy into our studies. I find it easy to prepare on the weekends and much less stressful than when I was pulling everything together myself. The language arts program is ending up being a perfect fit for my daughter. I don’t have to even tweak your schedule! I use it as is! What a welcome change to all the adjusting I have had to do in the past.
I just recently got a bunch of your Children Around the World curriculum. I am so impressed! I simply cannot WAIT to get started. The focus and book choices of this program are just amazing — all children (and adults) should get a glimpse of how other people and kids live in this world. Especially to gain appreciation for how good we do have it in the United States.
- Balancing Freedom in Learning with Discipline and Direction
- Flight Sights: Field Trip Ideas for Adventures in the Sea and Sky
- A Greek Peek into “Children Around the World”
- My Maiden Voyage with Adventures in the Sea and Sky!
- Living Math: Teaching Math with Charlotte Mason
- WinterPromise Craftsmanship: Grab Your Passports and Prepare for World Travel!