Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Tapestry of Grace

I have a used copy of Tapestry of Grace on it's way. Let me tell you why I am so excited about this. This curriculum teaches history chronologically, geography, literature, church history and Bible, philosophy, government and fine arts. It uses a combination of texts, living books, hands-on projects, notebooking, lapbooks, composition, discussion sheets and worksheets. It also guides the student into taking charge of their own education through baby steps and checklists. It also allows you to pick and choose what you want to do so it is very flexible.

We are going to be starting Tapestry of Grace Year 2 this year. It is really everything that I have been wanting in a curriculum but was trying to do on my own. It can be very expensive $180.00 per level but if you have multiple children and use each level three times it is not that bad. It would be $60 a year which is comparable to one of Sonlight's Teacher's Guides. But it is so much more than Sonlight.

Once I have our copy in hand I will write more. But you can go to http://www.lampstandpress.com/xindex.php for more information. There is even a three-week trial you can print out on Ancient Egypt. I encourage you to do so and get to know this program.

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