Educational Resources

I expect Lutherans to care about education. So, whether you homeschool, supplement, or are personally involved in a school, here are some free educational resources that can help serve you as you explore and delight in Lutheran education!

A lot of good things are already out there, Lutheran and otherwise. Still, I’m putting things together in my house for my homeschoolers and am happy to share. After all, isn’t it a great tradition in the church to pass things along?

This is just a start, so feel free to contact me below with suggestions, requests, etc. Ahem, if I’ve left out answers, sorry. These are all works in progress, but they are FREE so I won’t feel too bad. ha ha

Free Lutheran Educational Resources

Lutheran Recitation-Years: Want to catch things that might otherwise slip through the cracks? I’m working on a one-a-week Q&A that can help my kids learn definitions and facts to better grasp Scripture and the church as they personally experience it. My own practice will be to add it to my other weekly Q&A recitation list, provided by our Memoria Press curriculum.

Religious Reading by Grade Level: This is my particular planned religion reading list to assign to my kids when they are old enough, in addition to Memoria Press’s religious curriculum, Sunday school, and confirmation.

Religious Reading Recommendations for Students by Age: This is a supplemental religious reading list organized by age range (Infant, Preschooler/Early Reader, Elementary, Middle School, Junior High, High School).

Religious Supplements for School TopicsI need help with this one! I’ve barely started it!

Lutheran Special Education Resources

Additional Lutheran Educational Resources

Concordia Publishing House: education.cph.org

Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education: ccle.org

Facebook groups! There are WONDERFUL Lutheran educational facebook groups!

Contact me about whatever and I’ll see if I can find/improve/develop, etc. 😀

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