Culture of Life Curriculum Plan – Life Quest Series

 5th through 6th Grade

For some, the hardest part of pro-life education is figuring out how to fit it into an already busy schedule. As homeschool moms and teachers ourselves, we totally get that, so we’ve made it easy for you to see just where some of our lessons fit in. Appropriate subjects for each lesson are highlighted in red. You’ll note that most of our studies and lessons fit into multiple subjects.

Pro-life education is easier than you think!


A four-week unit study for 5th and 6th grade is in our pipeline, but we have plenty to offer these grades in the meantime.

Serving the Poorest of the Poor: St. Teresa of Calcutta

Use this lesson in history or religion classes. It could even be used in geography class as you study India. Mother Teresa gives us a concrete example of what it means to live out pro-life principles and reach out to those suffering in our own communities by performing the Corporal Works of Mercy.

When Heroes Become Saints: Saint Damien de Veuster of Molokai

This is a fantastic lesson for educators who want to inspire their students to become saints. This lesson fits nicely in a history or religion class. You could also use it in geography while you study Hawaii.

Five Questions to Ask Your Kids about Pro-Life Books

This is a great resource that helps educators teach students how to draw out pro-life themes in literature.

Literature is the perfect class to challenge your students to find and discuss pro-life themes.

Here are some FREE book discussion guides to get you going.

FREE movie discussion guides are also available!

A Man for All Seasons (1966)

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