Digging into Volume 3

What do explorers, composers, artists and presidents have in common? Leadership! In Volume 3 you’ll be studying about leaders in various professions. From George Washington to Fanny Crosby, from Michelangelo to Christopher Columbus, you’ll find many people who were unafraid to step out-of-the-box and be leaders in their field.

Perhaps you are the first generation in your family to homeschool. That makes you a leader, too! You have stepped out-of-the-box to educate your children. Your children will learn to be leaders from you because they won’t be “following the crowd” at school.

Use your time in Volume 3 to explore music and art with your children. Discover what it means to explore nature. View the world with new eyes, and see what God shows you!


Digging into Volume 3 — 2 Comments

  1. Hello, I realize that this is an old post, but I am hoping you can answer a question for me. Do you recommend starting with Volume 1, or do you think that starting with Volume 3 (or any volume really) would be okay?

    • I always recommend starting with Vol 1, HOWEVER, if your children have covered the Bible themes in the first two volumes, you can definitely start in Vol 3 — or any volume that picks up where your children are at biblically. Could you share how long you’ve been homeschooling, the grades you’ll be teaching, and how many children you have? That will give me a better idea of where you’re at on this journey.

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