Join us for practical sessions on equipping kids to think critically, biblically, and missionally.
Explore the relationship between kids, the Bible, worldview, apologetics, and their spiritual growth.
Learn more about the journey that led to us equipping kids to carefully evaluate every idea they encounter.
Meet Elizabeth Urbanowicz, the classroom teacher who developed these materials for her students.
Meet members of our team who have contributed to curriculum development.
School and Co-Op Pricing Information
Comparative Worldview Curriculum School and Co-Op Pricing
Each license comes with the full Foundation Comparative Worldview Curriculum with over 5 hours of instructional content and 27 lessons with student activity sheets.
Frequently Asked Questions
We are solely online based, so everything is downloadable PDFs and streaming videos. The purchase of a license gives you the access to print off the worksheets, if desired.
Early Childhood Worldview only covers the Biblical worldview and does not have the comparative aspect. Aside from that, there is overlap, as most of the concepts covered in Early Childhood Worldview are also covered in Comparative Worldview but they're covered in different ways. Early Childhood involves a lot of body movement and verbal repetition, while Comparative Worldview involves more reading and as well as activities for older children.
When students look at scripture they are looking it up themselves, so you can use whatever version you prefer. There are times that scripture is directly quoted in our curricula, and in such cases, the ESV version is used.
Lessons take about 45-60 minutes to complete, depending on how long the activites take to complete and the amount of discussion.
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