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  1. jess
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    deep & simple
    December 8, 2021
    jess
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    Helps prompt great conversations with our kids.
  2. JK
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    This book has a great teaching about our fundamental beliefs
    September 11, 2021
    JK
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    It was used in our homeschool with 5 and 9 years old. Its teaching was advanced for my 5 year old but great for 9 year old. I felt like I myself relearned what I have known. The book gives a clear view and guidelines to what we believe and what we don't believe. I would recommend this to anyone.
  3. ChrisWallee
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Great program!!
    February 2, 2021
    ChrisWallee
    So far I am loving this program. It is easy to teach from and has great discussion questions and thought provoking activities. It addresses the errors kids are going to encounter head on but also gives them tools to discern truth on their own.
  4. Steph
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    awesome material
    March 25, 2020
    Steph
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I wanted an apologetics course for my 4th grade daughter. I was tired of devotional type Bible courses. This curriculum is thought provoking and Biblically sound. I am very pleased.
  5. Cathryne
    1 Stars Out Of 5
    Wordy, Boring, Not Sound
    November 3, 2019
    Cathryne
    Quality: 1
    Value: 1
    Meets Expectations: 1
    I bought this for my kids' Bible homeschool subject (grades 2nd and 5th). I thought it was going to talk about how people can have a personal experience and relationship with God but it is mostly just religious, repetitive, and cheesy. For example, the first "stone" - the foundation it pretty clearly states is "keeping commandments." It says it is "God and His Word" but in the text it really says it is doing what God says. Well, yes, we should but Jesus is the Rock - the cornerstone the "builders rejected" (Matthew 21:42)! Only he kept the law/commandments perfectly. That is not clearly stated as the foundation. That's the "religious" part. The "repetitive" part is that you learn this for about 50 pages. The "cheesy" part is in stories like "Hiking Up Bear Creek Trail" (pg. 34-37) for example that reads like one of those bad 90's family sitcoms. Nobody talks this way and the kids (even the younger) got annoyed at how silly it sounded. You can almost hear the insertion of the fake laughing after the jokes. Another annoying thing about this curriculum is that the older kids journal is way too much busy work! I could have used the junior journal even for him. Also, the lessons start to not line up with each other in the front lesson plans in each book. So if you are teaching one kid using an older journal and another using a younger journal, they don't line up at areas. This curriculum is pricey, probably due to the quality binding but not worth a cent to us. I am looking for something to switch to due to these issues mid-year! I want God to seem REAL to my kids like he is to me. This does not do that.
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