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Landmark's Freedom Baptist Curriculum's third-grade New Testament Characters and Stories is arranged by weekly lessons that cover John, Thomas the Doubter, Matthew, Nicodemus, Philip, John the Baptist, Timothy, Judas, Stephen, Titus, The Parable of the Sower, Workers in the Vineyard, The Lost Sheep, the Parable of the Talents, and more. Each week contains five individual lessons, with periodic reviews included. The week's lessons include vocabulary, Bible lessons with comprehension and application questions, and Scripture memory work. Answers are in the Studyguide Answers key, which provides line-listed answers week-by-week and lesson-by-lesson.
A weekly quiz pad provides 36 1-page weekly quizzes; the answers are provided in the Weekly Quiz Answers booklet, which provides reproduced quizzes with the correct answers overlaid.
- Student Text/Workbook, 154 pages with glossary, paperback.
- Studyguide Answers, 40 pages, stapled binding.
- Weekly Quiz Pad, gluebinding for easy removal.
- Weekly Quiz Answer Key, stapled binding
Vendor: Landmark Christian Academy
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BJU Press Bible Truths Grade 3 Homeschool Kit (4th Edition)BJU Press / 2012 / Other$89.955 Stars Out Of 5 2 ReviewsAvailability: In StockCBD Stock No: WW283770
Jennifer Spinner4 Stars Out Of 5September 29, 2007Jennifer SpinnerIf you are looking for a systematic, comprehensive approach to Bible study that you child can do - for the most part - on his own, this is it. Nothing flashy - simple work texts (the only work text we use in our Charlotte Mason-ish home school) that allow the student to read the text (either in the book or their Bible) and then answer comprehension questions. The first day is given to defining words using the included glossary that the student will find in their reading from the King James Bible. What a great way to learn words - naturally - from God's perfect Word! Five days' worth of work is provided and students memorize a verse each week, along with completing a quiz. We go over the quiz together and do not "assign grades." Recommended.