Free Principle Approach® Mathematics Lesson


It’s the first Monday of the month and that means it’s Membership Monday! We have our first free lesson available for you:

Mathematics, God, and History

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  • What is the significance of mathematics in History?
  • What is the basic principle?
  • Research
  • Do a word study
  • Find out the Leading Idea
  • Find out the Bible Principle
  • Reason and Relate
  • What does Scripture say?
  • Consider the events on the timeline of His Story
  • Is mathematics a “created” thing or is it of God (Yahweh)?

The Caterpillar Members Club has access to a brief, basic lesson with a video, printable lesson content, and 4R notebook pages. This lesson follows the format design of the Open My Eyes© Curriculum I’m designing. It’s designed to help you guide your children through the lesson and notebook pages. You will find 4R notebook pages for Kindergarten through 12th grade.

Do you toss or set aside your math curriculum? No, you keep using the math curriculum that works for your family. This is like the Bible Study portion of math for your family.

Are you excited? We’re excited! We feel appreciative and thankful to be able to design and gift you lesson content that aids you in keeping Scripture at the heart of your and your child’s education. We hope that this lesson will bless your homeschool in addition to the math curriculum that works for your family.

We’d love to know how this lesson worked for you and what your thoughts are about it. Please leave a comment for us!


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  1. Thank you for taking the time to share this lesson with others! I appreciate the 4R notebook pages for diverse ages/abilities. The map work is so helpful, too!

    1. You’re welcome! Thank you for sharing about how you find it to be beneficial. We greatly appreciate you taking the time to come back and comment. Blessings!