The Bible - God's TruthThe heart of our Christian Homeschool Curriculum

Celebrate the world through God's eyes. Our comprehensive Bible based homeschool curriculum is not a single subject; instead, you will find our Bible curriculum thoroughly integrated with the study of history, geography, science, literature, art, and music in each year of our program, helping children learn a biblical worldview from preschool all the way through high school. From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible is studied in all three learning stages – Discover, Investigate, Declare – each at a more detailed level.


Preschool to 3rd Grade

PreschoolAll Aboard the Animal Train

Discover God's Love
Learn biblical values, character development, and readiness skills with finger plays, creative play, hands-on activities, read-aloud books, educational toys, and animal cookie cutters.

Pre-KVoyage of Discovery: A Pre-K Adventure

Discover God's Ways
Learn about God through Scripture songs, Bible stories, and hands-on activities while developing kindergarten readiness skills.

KindergartenGod's Creation from A to Z

Discover God's World
Link each alphabet letter to an object found in God's creation and to a biblical character trait, with lessons reinforced by science activities and hands-on projects.

First GradeLearning God's Story

Discover God's Word
Read, narrate, and illustrate God's story from Genesis to Revelation through more than 50 stories in our phonics-based Bible Reader, along with simple projects that help students connect with the Word of God.

Adventures in U.S. History2nd Grade

Discover God's Character
Study the names of Jesus, learning about His character while reading from a grade-level Bible. Science lessons correlate with the names of Jesus, and U.S. history spotlights the biblical character of America's forefathers.

World Changers3rd Grade

Discover God's Purpose
See how God has moved throughout history, with a focus on 32 people who changed the world by using their God-given talents. Nature studies focus on God and His creation.


4th Grade to 8th Grade

Exploring Countries and Cultures

Investigate God's Heart
Study the Gospel of Matthew and missionary stories that help children understand God's heart. Students are introduced to the physical and spiritual needs of mankind as they learn about ecosystems and lifestyles in different parts of the world. This foundational year prepares students to view chronological history through God's eyes.

Creation to the Greeks

Investigate God's Law
See God's hand throughout ancient history with an Old Testament overview, allowing students to study the Bible and ancient history side by side. Old Testament stories and celebrations come to life, while science experiments point to God's design and purpose in Creation. Creation science teaches about dinosaurs and other discoveries from this time period.

Rome to the Reformation

Investigate God's Mercy
Gain a New Testament overview with a special focus on the books of Luke, Philippians, and 1 John. View Roman civilizations, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the Reformation in the context of Christ and the early church, while also studying astronomy and the human body from a biblical perspective.

Exploration to 1850

Investigate God's Faithfulness
Help children understand man's struggles in world exploration as your family memorizes the book of James. Inspirational true stories of faithful men and women encourage us to press on in difficult times. God's creative hand is revealed through a scientific study of plants and animals.

1850 to Modern Times

Investigate God's Call
Learn basic Christian beliefs and live out the amazing privilege and responsibility of sharing God's story of love with all people. Learn how prayer greatly impacts situations in our world, including many notable historical happenings, and begin studying chemistry and physics as an opportunity to recognize God's ultimate power in our universe.


High School

Ancient History and Literature

Declare God's Glory
Read the entire Old Testament with challenging, practical, daily application. Compare worldviews of ancient societies to a biblical worldview. Each year of high school includes scheduled participation in student-selected community service projects.

World History and Literature

Declare God's Sovereignty
Study church and world histories from the time of Rome to the present. Be challenged by the New Testament and other life-changing resources.

U.S. History to 1877

Declare God's Kingdom
Develop a biblical worldview, and then analyze the diverse worldviews found in early American literature, theology, philosophy, biology, psychology, ethics, sociology, law, politics, economics, and history.

U.S. History 1877 to the Present

Declare God's Truth
Learn spiritual growth concepts and skills that encourage lifelong habits and practices. These disciplines include in-depth Bible study, Scripture memorization and meditation, and prayer. Literature and history assignments continue to include analysis from a biblical worldview.

Homeschool Made Easy

My Father's World makes homeschooling easy by combining the best of Charlotte Mason's ideas, Hebraic classical education, and unit studies with a biblical worldview and global focus. Learn more about our Innovative Approach to Homeschool.

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