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These Bible-based textbooks by Rod & Staff Publishers are designed to make the child God-conscious. This curriculum not only teaches the Bible but uses many illustrations of how Bible principles can be applied in everyday life. (from the Rod and Staff website)
Rod and Staff Curriculum covers a range of subject areas and are packaged into grade levels.
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Michaela from the Gold Coast writes:
I found Preparing to Build book great, as it teaches the concept of a sentence as the expression of a complete thought.
Other workbooks/curriculums that my child has used in the past jump around and don't teach a solid foundation like this book does.
It teaches nouns, verbs, pronouns, and adjectives without the added frills. I've learnt a lot so far, as I never had a good grounding in English.
I like how it uses Bible stories or characters when possible, so it's very wholesome.
Also, because you work from a text book and it lasts a whole year, it's very inexpensive.
You get a LOT for your money!
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Bible Nurture Readers Not rated yet
My comments are only about the books in grades 1-4 of this series. My four eldest children have all enjoyed reading these books, though none of them have …
Great Education and Great Godliness with Rod and Staff Not rated yet
Note: This review only encompasses elementary. Reviewer has not reached upper level Rod and Staff materials. This curriculum is no sell out when it …