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Using the Noah Plan Curriculum
How Do I Begin?

"My husband and I had this beautiful curriculum for several months before receiving The Noah Plan® Homeschool Companion, which gave me the courage to dive into its wonderful contents. As we studied The Noah Plan Self-Directed Study, many evenings have been dedicated to cleansing our secular school training. In this time, my children have so desired to see what Mom and Daddy are doing that I began reading the lessons aloud to them. They now beg for lessons! While it has been intimidating to embark on such a life-changing education, I know that my children will learn to love learning with this curriculum! Thank you for showing us how we can better serve our Savior by truly raising our children in the way that they should go.”


Four basic steps to begin using The Noah Plan.
The CommUNITY will allow you to ask questions of a Principle Approach expert and provide numerous helpful resources. The Getting Started video illustrates the method and philosophy of the Principle Approach, details a sample lesson and unit study, and explains how all of the resources work together. Because the Principle Approach is a unique method of teaching, the teacher must invest time to learn this method and customize it to fit the unique needs of their family or school.
Step 2:  Once you have become acquainted with Principle Approach, the next step is to go through The Self-Directed Study  to learn about the Principle Approach. In the Commonwealth CommUNITY there are blogs and forums to glean from and have an opportunity to study the Principle Approach with others.
Step 3:  Order The Noah Plan Curriculum Guides and the grade level books needed. (
Step 4:  Take the Foundations teacher training course [click here for details] in the Principle Approach.
The Principle Approach inspires children and parents to love learning and be lifelong learners. The investment you make today will bless your children, and your children’s children.

"Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation
to another. Whatever the soul is like, it will have to be passed on somehow,
consciously or unconsciously… It is
the transfer of a way of life.”
G. K. Chesterton
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