Christian Home School Curriculum: Landmark Freedom Baptist Curriculum
by Kim Camp
(Lovington, New Mexico)
Learn about Landmark Freedom Baptist Curriculum and why one family has used this Christian home school curriculum for over ten years...
We have been using the Christian home school curriculum, Landmark Freedom Baptist Curriculum for over ten years. We love LFBC for its simplicity to use, Bible learning and affordability. It is self-taught, with the teacher/parent helping and explaining where needed.
It's not flashy and colorful as other curriculums can be, but it's a solid education with emphasis on learning and applying Bible truths. Every week in most subjects a Bible verse is memorized and must be written on the weekly quiz. It is very Baptist-centered and only the King James Version of the Bible is used.
The curriculum is also heavy on researching and writing reports. English, history and science usually have weekly reports and literature has book reports every six weeks. Sometimes we get bogged down with the writing assignments and I will pick which ones to have them work on and which ones to skip.
Literature has McGuffy Readers for the younger grades. In math for Algebra and Business Math you can purchase the solution guide (not really needed for business math).
LFBC has a moderate-size list of electives that our children have enjoyed; Cursive Writing, Shop, Home Economics, Spanish I, Principles of Music, Computer Literacy, etc.
Each subject set costs $40 and has workbook/textbook combined, score key, weekly quizes & quarter tests with score keys. They provide score sheets, procedures guide & you can purchase report cards for $1.
All in all, LFBC is a very solid education; it is Bible-based and it is Baptist-centered. It is a very affordable. It has been a perfect fit for our family over the years.
Thanks for reviewing Landmark Freedom Baptist Curriculum, Kim; I appreciate it! Another affordable option for parents looking for Christian home school curriculum. Blessings, Heather :)
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