Homeschooling: A Bible Curriculum

"Perhaps not the traditional “school bell," but a familiar sound to begin the class day for an estimated 2.3 million home-educated students in the US!

The National Home Education Research Institute says parent-led, home-based education “may be the fastest growing form of education in the US!”

And Museum of the Bible is on the forefront, providing homeschool curriculum on the history, narrative, and impact of the Bible that's ideal for a smartphone generation!

Containing history lessons that examine historical and archaeological studies to better understand the biblical context—drawing on the museum’s extensive artifact collection-- and lessons surrounding concepts, events and personalities from the Bible.

It also features cutting-edge technology—interactive for an iPad or Android tablet—enhanced with augmented reality.

Let’s engage with the Bible, with its history, narrative, and impact!"

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