We're excited to be using the Foundation Worldview curriculum. For a full breakdown of the curriculum, you can visit Below, you'll find breakdowns for our Early & Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary, and MS & HS curriculum.

Early & Lower Elementary

Preschool - 1st Grade (4-7 years old)

"As Christians, we know that God and His Word are unchanging. God is forever faithful and His Word is forever true. What does change is the culture around us.

This series lays the foundation for seeking truth in all aspects of life, with the goal of helping little ones see that everything we find in the world around us aligns with the worldview presented in Scripture.

Each lesson involves a lot of body movement and repetition, designed to meet little ones where they are at developmentally while stretching them to think through foundational worldview truths.

This series is one of the first essential building blocks in laying the foundation our children need to understand and live out the truth, goodness, and beauty of the Christian worldview." - Foundation Worldview

Units & Lessons

Unit 1: Truth
  • Lesson 1 - Truth is what is real.
  • Lesson 2 - Feelings are different than truths.
  • Lesson 3 - Practice finding truths and feelings.
  • Lesson 4 - Sometimes feelings trick us.
  • Lesson 5 - Knowing truth is important.
Unit 2: God
  • Lesson 6 - God is the source of truth.
  • Lesson 7 - God is three in one.
  • Lesson 8 - God is spirit.
  • Lesson 9 - God is the creator.
  • Lesson 10 - God is different than His creation.
Unit 3: Life
  • Lesson 11 - Living things eat, grow, and make more of themselves.
  • Lesson 12 - All life contains information.
  • Lesson 13 - Information comes on purpose.
  • Lesson 14 - Things with a purpose have a creator.
  • Lesson 15 - God is the creator.
Unit 4: Humans
  • Lesson 16 - Humans are God's image-bearers.
  • Lesson 17 - God made boy image-bearers and girl image bearers.
  • Lesson 18 - Humans are body and soul.
  • Lesson 19 - Humans miss the mark.
  • Lesson 20 - Jesus hit the mark for us.
Unit 5: Morality
  • Lesson 21 - Right and wrong are truths, not feelings.
  • Lesson 22 - Right and wrong are the same for everyone.
  • Lesson 23 - God is the source of the rules for right and wrong.
  • Lesson 24 - Right comes from God's character.
  • Lesson 25 - We learn right and wrong from God's Word.

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Upper Elementary: Comparative Worldview

2nd-4th grade (8-12 year olds)

"Foundation Comparative Worldview Curriculum equips 8-to-12-year-olds with a biblical worldview and exposes them to the basic beliefs of competing worldviews. This Curriculum sets the stage for critical worldview analysis and biblical worldview integration in every area of life. As children begin to learn the basic tenets of competing worldviews, they quickly will begin to recognize these philosophies in novels, textbooks, television shows, movies, music, and daily conversations." - Foundation Worldview

Units & Lessons

Unit 1: What is Truth?
  • Lesson 1: Truth is What is Real
  • Lesson 2: God is the Source of Truth
  • Lesson 3: Satan is the Source of Lies
  • Lesson 4: God’s Word is Our Highest Authority
  • Lesson 5: Truth is Not a Feeling

Unit 2: What Should I Worship?
  • Lesson 1: A Worldview is Like a Map
  • Lesson 2: We Worship What We Believe is Most Important
  • Lesson 3: We are Designed to Worship God
  • Lesson 4: Worldviews and Worship – Naturalism and New Spirituality
  • Lesson 5: Worldviews and Worship – Islam and Postmodernism
  • Lesson 6: Contrasting Objects of Worship

Unit 3: How Did Life Begin
  • Lesson 1: Life Contains Information
  • Lesson 2: Information Always Comes from an Intelligent Source
  • Lesson 3: The Information in Life Points to a Purposeful Cause
  • Lesson 4: God Created All Life
  • Lesson 5: Worldviews and Life – Naturalism, New Spirituality, Islam, and Postmodernism

Unit 4: Who Am I?
  • Lesson 1: God Purposefully Designed Humans in His Image
  • Lesson 2: Humans are Not Animals and We Have Purposeful Gender
  • Lesson 3: Humans are Both Body and Soul
  • Lesson 4: Worldviews and Humans – Naturalism and New Spirituality
  • Lesson 5: Worldviews and Humans – Islam and Postmodernism
  • Lesson 6: Contrasting Views of Humans.

Unit 5: How Can I Tell Right From Wrong?
  • Lesson 1: Right and Wrong are Truths, Not Feelings
  • Lesson 2: Right and Wrong are Based on God’s Character
  • Lesson 3: Worldviews and Morality – Naturalism and New Spirituality
  • Lesson 4: Worldviews and Morality – Islam and Postmodernism
  • Lesson 5: Contrasting Views on Morality

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Middle School & High School

5th - 12th grade (10-19 year olds)

Our Middle School & High School classes meet separately, but use the same curriculum in different formats.

"Foundation Careful Thinking Curriculum equips (students) with the basic skills they need to evaluate the truthfulness of ideas. This Curriculum sets the stage for critical thinking in every area of life. As children begin to learn the basic skills in careful thinking, they quickly begin to recognize faulty ideas in the world around them." - Foundation Worldview

Units & Lessons

  • Unit 1: Foundations of Careful Thinking
    Lesson 1: Christians Should Spend Time Learning to Think Carefully
  • Lesson 2: Careful Thinking Helps Us Avoid Captivity to False Ideas
  • Lesson 3: Our Thoughts Affect Our Desires and Our Actions
  • Lesson 4: Discovering Truth Is Important
  • Lesson 5: Truth Is Objective
  • Lesson 6: Knowledge Is Having Good Reasons for Believing a Claim

Unit 2: Rules For Careful Thinking
  • Lesson 1: Something Is What It Is, and It Is Not Something Else
  • Lesson 2: Understanding Claims May Take Time
  • Lesson 3: A Claim Is Either True or False
  • Lesson 4: A Claim Cannot Be Both True and False
  • Lesson 5: A Claim Must Be Able to Follow Its Own Rules
  • Lesson 6: Careful Thinking Rules Help Us Evaluate Claims

Unit 3: Mistakes in careful thinking
  • Lesson 1: A Person’s Character Doesn’t Make His Claim True or False
  • Lesson 2: Don’t Forget About the Claim in Question
  • Lesson 3: Feelings Are Not Support
  • Lesson 4: Popularity Does Not Equal Truth
  • Lesson 5: Experts Can Be Wrong
  • Lesson 6: Do Not Assume a Claim Is True

Unit 4: Evaluating Careful Thinking
  • Lesson 1: Strong Support Is the Standard for Knowledge
  • Lesson 2: Strong Support Doesn’t Go Against Common Human Experience
  • Lesson 3: Strong Support Is Factual
  • Lesson 4: Strong Support Is Confirmed by Reliable Sources
  • Lesson 5: Strong Support Holds More Weight than the Support on the Other Side

Unit 5: Communicating Careful Thinking
  • Lesson 1: Seek to Love Others When Speaking Truth
  • Lesson 2: Listen to Understand Others
  • Lesson 3: Ask Questions to Help Others Think Carefully
  • Lesson 4: Consider You Might Be Wrong
  • Lesson 5: Practice Communicating Careful Thinking

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