Expand Your Teen’s Understanding of Biblical History with Carta Jerusalem’s Teacher’s Guides

Hendrickson Publishers Blog

By Sarah Welch, Editorial Assistant

In the days of my own homeschooling, early August was when my family and I sat down in earnest to decide what exactly we wanted to be part of my curriculum that year. While I’ve now completed my undergrad with a degree in English, I still feel the pull to research textbooks and compare lesson plans. Those of you in the same boat may appreciate a quick look at the homeschool materials Hendrickson offers in conjunction with Carta Jerusalem. Carta, a long-established publisher of cartographical material for biblical study, partners with Hendrickson to make some of its titles available as homeschool courses for students in grades 9–12. With teacher guides written by Dr. Amy Paulsen-Reed, an editor at Hendrickson and herself a former homeschool student, these books belong on the shelves of any homeschooling family with a desire to deepen their students’ knowledge…

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