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The Heart of Wisdom teaching approach recommends immersing your children in living books or classical literature. We believe you should read the greatest classic—the Bible—the only real, literal, living book, daily, and attempt to read several classics throughout the year.

What is a Classic?

What is a classic book? The answer depends on who you ask. A classic to a Christian can be quite different from the world’s definition. In a broad sense, the term classic is applied to anything accepted either as a model of excellence or as a work of enduring cultural relevance and value. The differences between Heart of Wisdom’s classical list and the classics included in classical secular education are the book lists.

Classics According to Classical Education

Encarta defines classical education as the study of Greek and Roman literature, one of the oldest forms of education known.  In classical education, a classic is any ancient Greek or Roman literary work of the first or highest quality.

The modern classical approach focuses on the collection called the Great Books of the Western World (GBWW). Virtually every book in this collection is required reading in a liberal arts curriculum, and includes works of art, science, philosophy, poetry, prose and history from the time of the Greeks until the early twentieth century. Plato, Herodotus, Virgil, and Aristotle are some of the main authors. This list was developed by Mortimer J. Adler and Britannica editors. They believed these books were the core of Western learning and culture. Most of the books on this list were written by non-Christians; men like Aeschylus, Apollonius, Aquinas, Dewey, Euclid, Euripides, Freud, Hippocrates, Homer, Marx, Plato, Ptolemy, Muhammad (the Quran/Koran), Thoreau, etc.

Classics According to Heart of Wisdom

Heart of Wisdom’s suggested books lists include models of excellence or works of enduring cultural relevance and value, and do not include mythology nor books by the ancient Greek philosophers.

Free: 31 Page Classics List by Theme & Grade Level

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 Classics By Theme & Grade Level (31 pages PDF)

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The Heart of Wisdom Teaching Approach

Bible-Based Homeschooling

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The Heart of Wisdom Teaching Approach is for all homeschoolers who want to make the Bible the center of their school day. This giant 500+ page book provides you with the methods, program, and resources for a course of study where students spend half the school day studying God’s Word and the other half studying God’s world (academics). Students study history chronologically and science in the order of the days of Creation. This book will encourage, motivate you and instruct you, step by step, how to give your child a Bible-focused, comprehensive education from preschool through high school; one that will train him or her to read, to study, to understand, to love to learn and, most importantly, to desire and seek true wisdom. This approach can be used for all grade levels.

When homeschoolers are asked about this book, one word continues to come up over and over–Wow!

Read the excerpt today to see what all the wow is about.

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  1. lori Bono

    Robin, my daughter is 14 years old. Her homeschooling has been patchy.
    She’s smart and fast. I’m not . I love what I see in the HOWTA. If we did it, could she do it alone and what material could she do? I have lot’s of purchased hs books that never got used. She’s in 8th grade. We did a virtual academy for the first semester of this school year and not only was she a slave to the laptop they provided, but she only completed 2 of the 4 subjects because she hated the curriculum they provided her for 2 of the subjects. She also says they ask alot of q’s that they did not provide the answer for in the lecture. So she is having to research the internet to find the answer. I’m interested in what your opinion would be. Thank you.

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