Lesson Plans for Homeschooling

In part two of our lesson plans for homeschooling, discover the country of Brazil, the wonder of the rain forests, and how to give to others and care for God’s world. This set of lessons plans for homeschooling will broaden your child's understanding of the world and it's various cultures.

Along with learning about Brazil, you have the opportunity to teach your children about geography, reading, and writing through the activities in these lesson plans for homeschooling.

Supplement your lesson plans for homeschooling with additional information about the country of Brazil, including featured stories from individuals living in the South American country, its history, culture, and religion.

These lesson plans for homeschooling provide a way to teach children about other cultures, the needs of the poor and the importance of prayer and tithing. They will even help you introduce your student to praying for the people of Brazil. 

Homeschool Curriculum: Stewardship

Country: Brazil

Spiritual Emphasis: Stewards of God's Earth

Scriptures: 2 Corinthians 8:1-9

Lesson 2 Part 1

Children discover the importance of God's rain forests to all of civilization. They will learn how rain forests in Brazil and the world are places of wonder in God's creation. Download Lesson 2 part 1.

 
Lesson 2 Part 2

In Part 2, children explore at least two ways to give to others and care for God's world. Download Lesson 2 part 2.

 
More about Brazil
Homeschool lesson plans
Compassion's work in Brazil began in 1987. Currently, more than 38,800 children are registered in more than 150 child development centers. Read More >
Featured Stories from Brazil
  • The Path That God Paved

    Jan 26, 2011

    Poverty had a path ready for Ivoneide. She lived in a shack in a poor community with an abusive father. A sponsor and the Leadership Development Program put her on God's path.

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