Jenny in GA Posted January 23, 2012 Share Posted January 23, 2012 After further discussion of the Sunday School situation in our church, we've decided that no real religious training is going to happen unless we do it all ourselves. So ... I'm trying to pick a good curriculum. My kids are in fifth, third, and kindergarten. It is the third grader I am mostly concerned with, as at least the fifth grader is going through Confirmation class. (Although I'm even concerned that those are not terribly beefy -- for example, I was told that for the next month they will spend all classtime watching the movie The Ten Commandments.) Anyway, I see a Concordia (Lutheran) curriculum called One in Christ. It looks pretty decent, but I am a little unsure what components to get, because it looks like it was designed to be a classroom set of materials. Has anyone used this? If so, could you clue me in? Also, if you've used it, do you work on it weekly, or daily, or what? And should I, say, get a fourth grade book and have both the fifth and third grader do it together? Any other suggestions for curriculum, whether they are specifically Lutheran or not? Also, do you usually do Bible study as a family, or does each kids have their own separate curriculum? I should add that we used to do Community Bible Study (CBS) for years and liked that format. We decided to drop out when the class got moved to an hour away from our house, and figured Sunday School would be sufficient. Well, Sunday School recently changed and is teaching next to nothing, so that's why I'm suddenly researching this for the first time. Thanks for any suggestions. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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