Beginning their studies in Life Primer, students learn how God creates each human being to be unique, valuable, and deserving of respect regardless of age, race, size, background, or ability. In middle school, students continue their studies of the basic principles of the gospel of life in the Life Connections, Life Quest and Life Foundations series by examining age-appropriate pro-life topics in literature, history, science, and religion.
Kindergarten through 2nd grade
Life Primer is a student’s first step in learning about the culture of life. Through well-loved picture books, crafts, and other activities, students learn about the beauty of preborn babies, the uniqueness of each person, and how every person is special. All Life Primer unit studies and lessons are crafted to provide teachers with the tools they need to help young learners discover God’s beautiful gift of every human being. Topics covered in Life Primer inform students yet preserve their innocence and uphold parents as the primary educators of their children.
In Life Connections, students go beyond the pro-life basics and begin to learn how to live a pro-life life. All the lessons and unit studies in this level focus on teaching students about pro-life heroes and role models.
Life Quest supplements introduce students to abortion, euthanasia, and other pro-life topics. Life Quest lessons focus on giving students a firm understanding of what it means to be pro-life and how to live the pro-life message by following the example of pro-life saints and heroes.
Our series for junior high school students continues the discovery of pro-life topics by providing students with an intellectual basis to explore the culture of life in literature, science, religion, and history. In Life Foundations, students learn how to be pro-life apologists and practice spreading the pro-life message through writing, speaking, and multimedia.