The Basic 4 Subject sets include our grade appropriate, recommended solutions for math, language arts, history, and science. The Basic 4 set for grade 7 includes the following:
Principles of Mathematics 1
Prepare your homeschool student for High School success! In this Jr. High math curriculum, Principles of Mathematics Book 1 will guide your student through concepts of arithmetic and geometry, building on a Biblical worldview.
Writing Strands: Intermediate 1
Enhance your student's writing skills in Writing Strands Intermediate 1! Designed for students with a basic understanding of how to organize ideas, transition between paragraphs, and use complex sentences (6th - 9th grade), Writing Strands Intermediate 1 expands on your student's organizational, descriptive, and paragraphing skills.
Through simple, guided writing exercises, reading, and literature evaluation, students will learn how to connect ideas, summarize a story, explore character voice and position within a story, and so much more in this engaging language arts course!
The World's Story 2
Angela O’Dell’s World’s Story series uses the same fun style of her popular America’s Story series to teach junior-high students about world history. Students will learn about everything from the fall of Rome to the Renaissance in a survey that covers Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Written from a strong Christian perspective, students will see God’s hand throughout history and learn about how this history is still relevant to their lives today.
God's Design Physical World
The God’s Design Science series is based on a biblical worldview and reveals how science supports the biblical account of creation. Richard and Debbie Lawrence, authors of the series, have a long history of enjoying science. They have both worked as electrical engineers and now Debbie teaches Chemistry and Physics at a homeschool co-op. While homeschooling their children for 16 years, there was almost always a science experiment going on in the kitchen. Today that tradition is being continued with the next generation as the grandkids enjoy Grandma Science Day once a week. The Lawrences also enjoy playing street hockey, hiking in the Rocky Mountains, and visiting historical sites around the world.