FREE Egypt study by Tapestry of Grace

February 2, 2007 at 6:41 am Leave a comment

Right now, Tapestry of Grace is offering a free 3 week study on Egypt so you can try out the curriculum and see how it works. Tapestry of Grace is based on the classical style of homeschooling and is written from a Christian worldview. It is especially great for big families, because everyone studies the same thing at the same time, just at different learning levels. Tapestry of Grace includes history, bible, literature, fine arts, and geography—all woven together (and I’m sure I’m forgetting something in that list). Gone are the days of trying to keep track of 2, 3, 4, 5 or more places in history as your children study different time periods. Tapestry of Grace is cost beneficial. Since all the learning levels are contained together, you only have to purchase each year plan only once. So you only have 4 years of curriculum to buy instead of twelve. Tapestry of Grace has comprehensive teacher’s notes including book lists. Many of the books are available at the library, again saving money. Tapestry of Grace makes finding books easy, offering them for sale individually or in a bulk package for a whole unit. Go back to the Tapestry of Grace storefront. Click here for your free 3 week study on Egypt.


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