The Scriptures have encouragement for homeschoolers. Take the Proverb of the Ant, homeschool high schoolers can get some recalibration!
Scriptures for Homeschoolers: The Proverb of the Ant
Personalizing Scriptures is fun and edifying… And it can really pack a punch or bat on the back! Here is one of our favorite classic posts on Scriptures for homeschoolers: The Proverb of the Ant!
Proverbs 6:6-10 (apologetically)
Go to the Diligent Homeschoolers, you Lazy Student!
Consider their ways, and be wise:
They have no need for their mom to nag them, or their co-op teacher to admonish them,
They read-ahead on their booklists during the summer
And get their research papers done long before review meetings.
How long will you sleep-in, O Sluggard? When will you get up and start your lessons?
Yet a little online-gaming, a little Instagramming, a little wearing out your fingers on the keyboard or toggles;
So shall poverty come seeking for you and loss of opportunity as an armed man.
Now that you’re high schoolers are edified by these The Proverb of the Aunt from Scriptures for Homeschoolers, you can help them invest wisely in their spiritual development.
7SistersHomeschool.com has 2 resources that add depth to the transcript and to the soul.
- FREE: Apologetics from Good Answers Ministries. This is no-prep, pa
rent’s-don’t-need-to-know-apologetics course includes 15 lessons. These engaging voice-over powerpoints were created by Dr. Gerald Culley, Professor Emeritus of Classics at University of Delaware, as a gift to homeschool high schoolers. (This was one of my son’s favorite homeschool high school courses.)
- Interactive Prayer Journals. Not your same-old prayer guides. Each journal includes 30 activities to aid homeschool high schoolers (or parents) in engaging prayer in a fresh way.