If you haven't seen the What We Believe 4 book series by Apologia that covers Biblical Worldview then you'll want to check it out. The first book is Who is God? Earlier this year we reviewed book 2 in the series called Who Am I? We were asked to review the 3rd book Who Is My Neighbor?
The 4th book in this series is What On Earth Can I Do?
Who Is My Neighbor? picks up where Who Am I ? left off and has been very insightful not only to my children but to myself this book covers servanthood and how to be the hands and feet to our neighbors and those in need. Lessons cover the following:
- Does anyone really need me?
- How can I make a difference?
- Who is my neighbor?
- Why did God make families?
- What can I do for my country?
- Why can’t we all just get along?
- Who is God’s family?
- Why does the church need me?
Since we are studying U.S. History this year we really worked hard on #5 What can I do for my country? Some of the things covered were praying for our leaders and voting which brought up a lot of interesting comments and discussion from my children.
It's recommended to that the book be covered twice per week, which was easy to do for our family. Each lesson then takes place over a period of about three weeks. Some of the reading time is longer on some days but the activities are usually shorter like word puzzles, memory verses, drawings, etc.
My son enjoyed the coloring book and would often color while I was reading to them.
The series is recommended for ages 6-14
Thanks for reading,