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ACSI Character Foundation Curriculum

  1. Character Found, Getting Started Grade K
    Character Found, Getting Started Grade K
    ACSI / 1985 / Trade Paperback
    $14.55
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    CBD Stock No: WW7025X

A study of obedience, faith, thankfulness, love, honesty, perseverance, friendliness, and kindness in the lives of various biblical characters. Student will follow the adventures of Marcus and Miranda, residents of Half-Pint Hill, through slogans, songs, stories and art projects designed to build strong character in God's little children.

  1. Getting Started--Teacher's Edition
    Getting Started--Teacher's Edition
    ACSI / 1985 / Trade Paperback
    $20.15
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    CBD Stock No: WW07026

A complete resource for Getting Started, that includes a personal challenge to the teacher, patterning tips, suggestions for meditation, visual reinforcements, stories illustrating the character trait being studied and a variety of teaching ideas for enrichment and fun. Student textbook pages with answers are reproduced in the Teacher's Edition.

Each grade level includes:

  • 9 units of study. Each unit of study includes character traits appropriate in number to each grade level.
  • Verses to study and/or memorize to reinforce the concepts. These are in addition to a theme passage for grades one through eight.
  • Activity pages in the student book which are appealingly designed and illustrated for the mind and heart of a child.
  • Parent communicators, beginning with letters home on the lower levels to ideas for teacher contact on the upper levels.
  • Bible and everyday examples (from the NIV) of each quality.
Children learn by watching, and in this curriculum they will watch contemporary and Bible people succeeding, and sometimes failing, in their effort to do right. Teacher's guides which go beyond "here's how." Each guide on each level has been carefully planned to equip the teacher to creatively teach the unit. Spiritual challenges, unit overview, visual reinforcements, extra ideas, tips on opening and closing lessons, and special project suggestions are included in each custom-designed guide. The amount of time set aside, however, will depend on your schedule and goals. Some teachers reserve a small amount of daily time, while others plan a longer period once or twice a week.

  1. Doing What's Right--Grade 1
    Doing What's Right--Grade 1
    ACSI / 1985 / Trade Paperback
    $14.55
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    CBD Stock No: WW027

A study of wisdom, attentiveness, thankfulness, orderliness, meekness, loyalty, self-control, honesty, diligence, patience, forgiveness, fairness, initiative, and love from the lives of various biblical characters. Students are led through the sometimes-complicated world of choosing what to do when and why. Principles to follow and a "Doing What's Right" creed assist the students in making right choices.

  1. Doing What's Right--Teacher's Edition
    Doing What's Right--Teacher's Edition
    ACSI / 1985 / Trade Paperback
    $20.15
    Availability: In Stock
    CBD Stock No: WW7028X

A complete resource guide for Doing What's Right, that includes a personal challenge to the teacher, patterning tips, suggestions for meditation, visual reinforcements, stories, illustrating the character trait being studied and a variety of teaching ideas for enrichment and fun. Student textbook pages with answers are reproduced in the Teacher's Edition. Each grade level includes: 9 units of study. Each unit of study includes character traits appropriate in number to each grade level. Verses to study and/or memorize to reinforce the concepts. These are in addition to a theme passage for grades one through eight. Activity pages in the student book which are appealingly designed and illustrated for the mind and heart of a child. Parent communicators, beginning with letters home on the lower levels to ideas for teacher contact on the upper levels. Bible and everyday examples of each quality. Children learn by watching, and in this curriculum they will watch contemporary and Bible people succeeding, and sometimes failing, in their effort to do right. Teacher's guides which go beyond "here's how." Each guide on each level has been carefully planned to equip the teacher to creatively teach the unit. Spiritual challenges, unit overview, visual reinforcements, extra ideas, tips on opening and closing lessons, and special project suggestions are included in each custom-designed guide. The amount of time set aside, however, will depend on your schedule and goals. Some teachers reserve a small amount of daily time, while others plan a longer period once or twice a week.

  1. Character Found, Grade 2 Student
    Character Found, Grade 2 Student
    ACSI / 1973 / Trade Paperback
    $14.55
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    CBD Stock No: WW7029X

A 2nd grade character study of wisdom, obedience, attentiveness, thankfulness, orderliness, meekness, loyalty, self-control, honesty, diligence, patience, forgiveness, fairness, and love from the life of Moses. The children of "Sunnyview Christian School" are challenged from the life of Moses to learn to think God's way through the everyday circumstances of life.

  1. Learning to Think--Teacher's Edition
    Learning to Think--Teacher's Edition
    Homeschool
    ACSI / 1985 / Trade Paperback
    $20.15
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    CBD Stock No: WW17030

A complete resource guide for Learning to Think, that includes a personal challenge to the teacher, patterning tips, suggestions for meditation, visual reinforcements, stories illustrating the character trait being studied and a variety of teaching ideas for enrichment and fun. Student textbook pages with answers are reproduced in the Teacher's Edition.

Each grade level includes:

  • 9 units of study. Each unit of study includes character traits appropriate in number to each grade level.
  • Verses to study and/or memorize to reinforce the concepts. These are in addition to a theme passage for grades one through eight.
  • Activity pages in the student book which are appealingly designed and illustrated for the mind and heart of a child.
  • Parent communicators, beginning with letters home on the lower levels to ideas for teacher contact on the upper levels.
  • Bible and everyday examples (from the NIV) of each quality. Children learn by watching, and in this curriculum they will watch contemporary and Bible people succeeding, and sometimes failing, in their effort to do right.
  • Teacher's guides which go beyond "here's how." Each guide on each level has been carefully planned to equip the teacher to creatively teach the unit. Spiritual challenges, unit overview, visual reinforcements, extra ideas, tips on opening and closing lessons, and special project suggestions are included in each custom-designed guide.
The amount of time set aside, however, will depend on your schedule and goals. Some teachers reserve a small amount of daily time, while others plan a longer period once or twice a week.

  1. Building a Life--Grade 3
    Building a Life--Grade 3
    ACSI / Trade Paperback
    $14.55
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    CBD Stock No: WW07031

Building a Life leads 3rd grade students through the "ins and outs" of character building in their lives in the following traits: wisdom, obedience, attentiveness, thankfulness, orderliness, meekness, loyalty, self-control, honesty, diligence, patience, forgiveness, fairness, initiative, and love. The life of Daniel is the focus of this study in being choosy about what students will allow to become part of their lives.

  1. Building a Life--Teacher's Edition
    Building a Life--Teacher's Edition
    ACSI / 1985 / Trade Paperback
    $20.15
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    CBD Stock No: WW7032

Building a Life Teacher's Edition is a complete resource guide that includes a personal challenge to the teacher, patterning tips, suggestions for meditation, visual reinforcements, stories illustrating the character trait being studied and a variety of teaching ideas for enrichment and fun. Student textbook pages are reproduced here with correct answers overlaid. 102 pages, softcover.

  1. Willing to Wait--Grade 4
    Willing to Wait--Grade 4
    ACSI / 1985 / Trade Paperback
    $14.55
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    CBD Stock No: WW07033

Patience is a virtue many children don't possess today. Willing to Wait emphasizes the need to wait for both "little" and "big" things to bring glory to God-for after all, Heaven is worth the wait! Waiting for a meal, Christmas, taking turns, vacation and other things children can relate to are also tied in to other virtues, such as joy, love and honesty. Part of the story of Nehemiah is tied into practical examples, and includes comprehension and practical application questions. 96 pages, softcover. 4th Grade. The Willing to Wait Teacher's Guide is available separately with teaching notes and question answers.

  1. Willing to Wait--Teacher's Edition
    Willing to Wait--Teacher's Edition
    ACSI / 1984 / Trade Paperback
    $19.75
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    CBD Stock No: WW7034

Patience is a virtue many children don't possess today. Willing to Wait emphasizes the need to wait for both "little" and "big" things to bring glory to God-for after all, Heaven is worth the wait!

This teacher's guide includes rooms for the teacher's own plans to be added, student pages with the correct answers overlaid in neat handwriting, studies on the Nehemiah Stories, discussion topics, "spin-off" points, notes, overviews and more. 104 pages, softcover. Grade 4. The Willing to Wait Student Book is available separately.

  1. Praising the Lord--Grade 5
    Praising the Lord--Grade 5
    ACSI / 1985 / Trade Paperback
    $14.55
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    CBD Stock No: WW7035X

Living a life that is pleasing to the Lord does not have to be something for the future. Fifth graders will explore the unlimited possibilities of this reality in an emphasis of the character traits of wisdom, obedience, attentiveness, confidence, thankfulness, orderliness, sincerity, reverence, meekness, loyalty, friendliness, self-control, honesty, diligence, patience, forgiveness, fairness, initiative, and love in the life of Joshua. The importance of modeling godly character is an important principle taught in this study.

  1. Praising the Lord--Teacher's Edition
    Praising the Lord--Teacher's Edition
    ACSI / 1985 / Trade Paperback
    $20.15
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    CBD Stock No: WW07036

A complete resource guide for Pleasing the Lord, that includes a personal challenge to the teacher, patterning tips, suggestions for meditation, visual reinforcements, stories illustrating the character trait being studied and a variety of teaching ideas for enrichment and fun. Student textbook pages with answers are reproduced in the Teacher's Edition. Each grade level includes: 9 units of study. Each unit of study includes character traits appropriate in number to each grade level. Verses to study and/or memorize to reinforce the concepts. These are in addition to a theme passage for grades one through eight. Activity pages in the student book which are appealingly designed and illustrated for the mind and heart of a child. Parent communicators, beginning with letters home on the lower levels to ideas for teacher contact on the upper levels. Bible and everyday examples (from the NIV) of each quality. Children learn by watching, and in this curriculum they will watch contemporary and Bible people succeeding, and sometimes failing, in their effort to do right. Teacher's guides which go beyond "here's how." Each guide on each level has been carefully planned to equip the teacher to creatively teach the unit. Spiritual challenges, unit overview, visual reinforcements, extra ideas, tips on opening and closing lessons, and special project suggestions are included in each custom-designed guide. The amount of time set aside, however, will depend on your schedule and goals. Some teachers reserve a small amount of daily time, while others plan a longer period once or twice a week.

  1. Living to Serve--Grade 6
    Living to Serve--Grade 6
    ACSI / 1985 / Trade Paperback
    $14.55
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    CBD Stock No: WW7037

An exploration of the joys and benefits of serving God and others as seen in the character traits of wisdom, obedience, attentiveness, confidence, thankfulness, orderlieness, sincerity, reverence, meekness, loyalty, friendliness, self-control, honesty, diligence, patience, forgiveness, fairness, initiative, and love in the life of Esther. Students will be challeneged to reject the worldly concept of "think of yourself first" and to embrace the truth of servanthood as taught in the Scriptures.

  1. Living to Serve--Teacher's Edition
    Living to Serve--Teacher's Edition
    ACSI / 1999 / Trade Paperback
    $20.15
    Availability: In Stock
    CBD Stock No: WW07038

A complete resource guide for Living to Serve, that includes a personal challenge to the teacher, patterning tips, suggestions for meditation, visual reinforcements, stories illustrating the character trait being studied and a variety of teaching ideas for enrichment and fun. Student textbook pages with answers are reproduced in the Teacher's Edition.

Each grade level includes:

  • 9 units of study. Each unit of study includes character traits appropriate in number to each grade level.
  • Verses to study and/or memorize to reinforce the concepts. These are in addition to a theme passage for grades one through eight.
  • Activity pages in the student book which are appealingly designed and illustrated for the mind and heart of a child.
  • Parent communicators, beginning with letters home on the lower levels to ideas for teacher contact on the upper levels.
  • Bible and everyday examples (from the NIV) of each quality.
Children learn by watching, and in this curriculum they will watch contemporary and Bible people succeeding, and sometimes failing, in their effort to do right. Teacher's guides which go beyond "here's how." Each guide on each level has been carefully planned to equip the teacher to creatively teach the unit. Spiritual challenges, unit overview, visual reinforcements, extra ideas, tips on opening and closing lessons, and special project suggestions are included in each custom-designed guide. The amount of time set aside, however, will depend on your schedule and goals. Some teachers reserve a small amount of daily time, while others plan a longer period once or twice a week.