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Curriculums for Children

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Casemakers Academy for Kids

Learn the truth about God and Jesus with a real detective.

Case for Christ for Kids Curriculum

Based on Lee Strobel's book, The Case for Christ, this children's curriculum for ages 8 and up explores the truth about who Jesus is and what he did by encouraging kids to explore and investigate. 

Dr. Craig’s “What is God Like?” Children’s Book Collection

Dr. Craig’s “What is God Like?” children’s book collection is an easy-to-understand, Christ-centered way to teach children of the attributes of God. Dr. William Lane Craig has provided these illustrated teaching tools as a way to answer some of the profound questions the child in your life might ask. You can own all ten titles and follow the adventures of Brown Bear, Red Goose, and their two children, while encountering the accessible truths they teach about God and His omnipotence, omniscience, omnipresence, eternity, and so on.

Yes, God is Real! Examining the Evidence for God (2-5th Grade) by Frank Turek and Hanna Sims

Together with Hanna Sims, Dr. Turek has developed this 12 Lesson Course for parents and teachers to help the 2-5th grade children in their care build confidence in their Christian faith. Its purpose is to help kids be self-assured that Christianity is true and not just stories by studying all the different types of evidence that affirms that Christianity isn’t just an opinion, but is a belief based on FACTS. 

Young Defenders Series by Melissa Cain Travis

A series of picture books designed to introduce kids to important questions of the Christian faith in terms even pre-readers can understand. Titles include How Do We Know God Is Really There?, How Do We Know God Created Life?, How Do We Know Jesus is Alive? and How Do We Know Right from Wrong?

Summit Ministries Building on the Rock Curriculum

Building on the Rock lays the groundwork of worldview education for the youngest students. Helps young ones understand relationships with the Creator, each other, ourselves, and creation. Easy to teach with colorful, fun lessons. Crafted for all learning styles,

What We Believe Elementary Curriculum

The What We Believe series is a way to teach children the essential beliefs of the Christian faith. With this illustrated Bible-based curriculum, your children will learn to use Scripture as the perfect lens through which to view the world around them and stand firm in the truth. 

Foundation Attributes of God Curriculum (Ages 4+)

A new 25 Lesson Curriculum for ages 4+ that helps children understand the character and nature of God. With these little ones, we dive into Scripture, learning the amazing truths of who God is and how very different He is from us.

Foundation Early Childhood Series (Ages 4-8)

In this first Early Childhood limited 3-video series, the lessons are geared towards children age 8 and under and focus on the topic of Truth. Truth is a concept over which there is much confusion in our culture. However, it is a concept that our young kids must comprehend if they are to one day understand why they can confidently place their trust in the Biblical Worldview.

Foundation Comparative Worldview (Ages 8-12)

Foundation Comparative Worldview Curriculum equips 8-to-12-year-olds with a biblical worldview and exposes them to the basic beliefs of competing worldviews. This Curriculum sets the stage for critical worldview analysis and biblical worldview integration in every area of life. As children begin to learn the basic tenets of competing worldviews, they quickly will begin to recognize these philosophies in novels, textbooks, television shows, movies, music, and daily conversations.

Foundation Studying the Bible (Ages 8-12)

Equip kids with the skills they need to soundly read, interpret, and apply Scripture on their own.

Foundation Careful Thinking (Ages 10-14)

Foundation Careful Thinking Curriculum equips 10-14 year olds with the basic skills they need to evaluate the truthfulness of ideas. This Curriculum sets the stage for critical thinking in every area of life. As children begin to learn the basic skills in careful thinking, they quickly begin to recognize faulty ideas in the world around them.

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