See How Easily You Can Write Reason and Relate Questions

How are your lesson plans coming along for your homeschool school year?  As we’ve been following Molly, we’ve seen how she has been productive with pulling together her Principle Approach® lessons. Recently, there was one little snag holding her back. How is she supposed to write Reason and Relate questions? And what are these supposed to look like? Now Molly knows, and you too can see how easily you can write Reason and Relate questions for your lessons.

See How Easily You Can Write Reason and Relate Questions

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Asking Questions Is Natural

In short, it’s a natural progression in communication from the youngest to the oldest child. Obviously, you’ll need to base questions on God’s Principle of Individuality. For each child’s comprehension levels vary from one another. And this is why it’s beautiful that you get to teach and dialogue with your children as you discuss from Scripture the Reason and Relate questions (you know your children best). That being said, the following is an easy framework to help you with your own questions as you study, and then you are able to break it down to a level your child may understand.

Ask the “Who”…

Who is behind this action or attitude?…

Who did…?

Who is…?


Ask the “What”…

What was the result of said actions or attitude?

What is…?

What is the main idea of…?

What facts or ideas show…?

What examples can you find to…?

What is the theme…?

What is the motive…?

And More Question Types

There are also “When” and “Where” and “Why” and “Which” and “How” questions to ask. Whether it’s who, what, when, where, why, which, or how, there are two goals. Firstly, Reason and Relate questions help guide your students to think about the Leading Idea. Secondly, it they help students see how the Bible Principle associates with the content of your lesson.

For a more complete list to help you get started with your Reason and Relate questions, go to the free Caterpillar Members’ Club area to download and print them.

If you’re not at this step for writing questions yet, feel free to go through the series about Molly. Ultimately, you’ll see how she’s stepping forward to help her family have their best Bible Principles homeschool year ever:

How to Develop a Vision to Make Your Homeschool Productive

How to Shape Your Thinking About Your Homeschool

How to Easily Pull Together Principle Approach Lessons®

Let Us Help Mentor You Further

If you’re feeling overwhelm at the thought of doing this or don’t have the time to, I understand. And if you feel deep in your soul that you have got to find a way to make it happen, I get it. For this reason, please consider letting us come along your side in a different way besides these blog posts. In the hope that we can help you reach your goals, we’ve put together our Chrysalis Members’ Club . At the present time, it contains lesson videos that go along with printable lessons. In addition, there are printable notebook pages for K-12 to help mentor you. We want to help you succeed in your goals with this.

May you have a rich school year, learning along the side of your child at the feet of Yeshua (Jesus).

Blessings!The Principled Academy, Principled Academy, Principle Approach, Homeschool, Hebrew Homeschool, Homeschool Torah

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