Home School Adventure Co. creates and offers resources designed to inspire and equip parents to educate and raise children to be loving, compassionate, strong, and wise.
Their flagship resource, Philosophy Adventure™ is designed to help students 6th-12th grade cultivate and defend a biblical worldview by teaching them how to write skillfully, think critically, and speak articulately as they explore the history of ideas.
A few weeks ago, we shared 100 reviews of the resources from Home School Adventure Co., including 25 reviews of Philosophy Adventure. Today one of you can win the Philosophy Adventure digital download (a $39.95 value).
DO YOU NEED to teach advanced writing and speaking skills?
DO YOU WANT your students equipped to discern truth as ungodly messages bombard them?
DO YOU WONDER how to cover all they need academically as well as practically?
Philosophy Adventure may be your solution!
Scroll down to enter the giveaway using the Rafflecopter below. But first, read what a few of our Crew members had to say about all of the Home School Adventure resources we reviewed:
From Diane @ Cabin in the Woods about Philosophy Adventure:
“A wealth of information is found in the back of the main text that deals with all the information you and your child needs for the writing and speech assignments. I’m speaking specifically of the checklist and creative writing sections. Here you will find all the ‘meaty’ information about pre-writing, brainstorming, selecting sources, polishing, critiques, and so much more.”
From Melanie @ finchnwren about Philosophy Adventure:
“Stacy Farrell is a meticulous researcher who writes accounts of these ancient thinkers, and their effects on Western thought, that are both fascinating and articulate. She is able to grab the reader’s attention thoroughly at the beginnings of each chapter, and keep that attention engrossed throughout the course work and the writing activities.”
From Jen @ Simblissity Cottage about Philosophy Adventure:
“[Philosophy Adventure™] teaches history, geography, memory skills, writing, speech, reading comprehension, vocabulary, and research skills. It challenges them to think, walks them through logical communication, and how to create timelines, maps, and beautiful notebooks. Completing the full course provides multiple credit options.”
Alane @ Reaping a Harvest about Philippians in 28 Weeks
“I also want to add my personal thoughts on reading the book of Philippians on a daily basis over the course of several weeks. Reading the same book over and over is a soothing balm to the soul. It is amazing to me God’s love just leapt off the pages and totally transformed my outlook for the day. Each day, a different truth was tucked into my heart.”
Rebekah @ There Will Be a $5 Charge for Whining about Philippians in 28 Weeks
“My most favorite thing about the study was the discussions that spilled out of the Questions supplied and just our reading in general. I enjoyed so much just taking our time and letting Paul’s words to the church at Philippi work on me. How can this apply to my life? How can I use what I’ve learned to edify the others? This is serious stuff!”
Dawn @ Double O Farms about Philippians in 28 Weeks
“Philippians in 28 Weeks created a deeper study of Scripture than either traditional Bible Study or Scripture Memorization alone. The combination of both memorizing the Word and studying and journaling brings power unlike what we have had before in really understanding God’s Word.”
Heather @ Principled Academy about The Wise Woman with Literary Analysis
“This family read aloud is an excellent source for helping children (and adults) to understand how giving in to the demands and whims of children can be a plight for all involved in the child’s life- including the child.”
Adrienne @ A Big (Little) Family about The Wise Woman with Literary Analysis
“We’ve already searched for more books by George MacDonald, loving the message presented. It wasn’t the gospel so much as personal sin, but that was very, very easy to tie into it in our discussions.”
Kara @ Home with Purpose about The Wise Woman with Literary Analysis
“Stacy Ferrell expertly draws out the profound biblical truth and insights woven into the fabric of the story with her thoughtful questions.”
Sharon @ Life with the Tribe about the Mere Christianity Critical Analysis Journal
“The discussions we shared together as a group were fabulous.”
Leah @ As We Walk Along the Road about the Mere Christianity Critical Analysis Journal
“One of the neatest things that I’ve seen as we’ve been using this journal to guide in understanding Mere Christianity is that the questions and the discussion they spark have made the book understandable even to my younger girls.”
Carol @ Home Sweet Life about the Mere Christianity Critical Analysis Journal
“Using this journal is bringing progress, it is helping us learn to be discerning, it is helping Arlene dig deeper into understanding what sets our world view apart. If you are wanting to work on your own critical thinking skills, this Journal could be a great tool for you to use.”