Teaching Resources and Tools

Download the free articles and resources listed below to strengthen your understanding of America’s Christian history and to better understand the concept of Biblically principled education.

Reading Guide

Download FREE reading lists here. Nothing is more supportive of as thorough education than giving children a love for books and the opportunities to read widely. Now is the best time to instill the habit of reading by encouraging independent reading skills. Download our FREE Joy of Reading Lists for Christian families. It features 100s of books for primary reading levels through senior high.

The Principle Approach

These and other distinctive methods are taught in the Principle Approach Training Series: Noah Plan Self-Directed Study and the Foundations Course.  They are reinforced and applied in other courses and in the various Noah Plan publications.

Christian History and Government

Grandparenting

Principle Approach Basics

Principle Approach Curriculum

A Christian Curriculum

English, Literature and Languages

History and Geography

Mathematics

Science

Distinctive Methods of the Principle Approach

Forms and Charts

Cultural Issues

  • Slavery
  • Critical Race Theory
  • Christian Nationalism
  • American History-1619 Project
  • Cultural Marxism

Celebrating Holidays Biblically

  • Constitution Day
  • Reformation Day
  • Thanksgiving
  • Forefathers Day
  • Bill of Rights Day
  • Christmas
  • Valentine’s Day
  • George Washington’s Birthday
  • Patrick’s Day
  • First Landing Day
  • National Day of Prayer
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day

Tools for Implementing the Principle Approach Foundations Course and Master Teacher Certification Program

1. Key Templates (Individual, Event, Document, Institution) and T Charts:

  • Key Individual Charts
  • Noah Webster
  • Key Event Charts
  • Key Document Charts
  • Key Institution Charts
  • T Chart
  • Analyzing Current Events Biblically

2. Eight Fillable Lesson Plan Templates:

3. Constitutions, Classroom and others:

  • Elementary
  • Middle School 
  • High School 
  • Faculty
  • Church 
  • Family
  • Homeschool

4. Sources of the Biblical Principles of Subjects

5. Word Study