Frequently asked questions
We are excited to introduce you to Generous Students™ Homeschool Edition – a 26-week Bible and character curriculum that teaches children the importance of generous living. Our curriculum is based on the 7 Ways of Living Generously, including thoughts, words, time, money, attention, influence, and sharing your belongings. With just 10 minutes per day, you can easily incorporate this curriculum into your homeschooling routine.
The curriculum helps families raise children who are grounded in their faith, equipped to live out the values of compassion and service, and promotes generosity as a habit in daily life. It provides an opportunity for families to learn and practice generosity together, reflecting on their values and thinking about the world from a new perspective.
The 26-week curriculum features daily content for your kids of all ages. Students will be studying scripture, reading and listening to stories of generosity, developing habits of gratitude, learning about historical and everyday generosity heroes, experiencing character lessons, challenging personal reflections, seeing engaging video stories, and participating in activities and games together. The digital teacher portal provides and library lists provide extra opportunities to dig deeper as your schedule allows.
The curriculum is faith-based, with daily scripture as the primary source of inspiration. However, it is designed to be inclusive and families of different religious backgrounds can still benefit from its teachings on generosity and compassion.
The curriculum is suitable for families with children of all ages, including elementary, middle, and high school students. It provides engaging and interactive content that will inspire children to think about the world in a new way and cultivate the habit of generosity. Younger children may need some extra help, while older students can complete lessons on their own.
The curriculum is 26 weeks long, providing families with a structured and comprehensive program to learn about the importance of living generously.