Download FREE Hero Tales notebooking pages / copywork printables to supplement the My Father’s World Exploring Countries & Cultures homeschool curriculum.
We have used the My Father’s World homeschool curriculum for years! It has been a true blessing for our family. The first curriculum package in the My Father’s World 3rd – 8th grade learning cycle is Exploring Countries & Cultures. As with all of our MFW curriculum, I have created printables and copywork pages to supplement this already amazing homeschool program.
One of the books included in the My Father’s World Exploring Countries and Cultures curriculum is Hero Tales by Dave & Neta Jackson. It is a treasury of true stories from the lives of Christian heroes!
The heroes included in this volume are:
- Gladys Aylward
- William & Catherine Booth
- Amy Carmichael
- Adoniram & Ann Judson
- David Livingstone
- Martin Luther
- Dwight L. Moody
- Samuel Morris
- George Muller
- Menno Simons
- Mary Slessor
- Hudson Taylor
- Harriet Tubman
- William Tyndale
- John Wesley
I am VERY excited to use this book with my daughter this year!
One of the suggestions in the MFW ECC curriculum is to use the character qualities printed at the end of each story as copywork. So, I decided to whip up some printables to use for that exact purpose! Since my daughter loves drawing, I also added additional space for her to illustrate the character quality or some other aspect from the story. Once we dive into Hero Tales, I will be sure to post some of her work!
Even if you don’t have the Hero Tales book or you are not using MFW ECC, these could still be used as a great way to work on penmanship while reinforcing some positive character qualities at the same time!
PLEASE NOTE: These printables were designed for use by 2nd and 3rd graders using the My Father’s World Exploring Countries & Cultures curriculum.
Lastly, I created these printables to coordinate with the original version of the MFW ECC curriculum. I am not certain if they coordinate with the current version available.
This post was originally published on August 9, 2011.