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    Ellen White - Friend Of Angels Grade 5-Grade 8
    In Ellen White: Friend of Angels, author and historian Paul Ricchiuti presents Ellen White as a real human being-one who got sick, had pain, cried, laughed, and had close friends and bitter enemies. Yet she was loving, kind, thoughtful, and dedicated...

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    Encouraging Spiritual Growth Through the Use of the Journey Metaphor Kindergarten-Grade 12
    The concept of pilgrimage aptly illustrates the Christian journey in life, seeking to grow and press on until we reach our eternal home. This article proposes using the journey metaphor in the classroom and provides many discussion questions and ideas of ways...

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    Little House on the Prairie Social Studies Unit Grade 3-Grade 5
    This unit helps students learn about early American history, contrasting it to life today. Focusing on the Midwest region of the United States, students explore pioneer life, culture and customs for both the pioneers and Native Americans. This 3-week unit...

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    Love, Affection, and $1.60 a Month: Early Attempts to Finance Seventh-day Adventist Church Schools Kindergarten-Lifelong
    How did the early pioneers establish elementary schools? Bert Haloviak describes strategies used by the early Adventist church leaders to establish schools wherever there were children to be educated. Sub-headings include: Ellen White and the Church School...

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    Profile 1: Curriculum Innovation Kindergarten-Lifelong
    The classroom becomes a village at Paradise Adventist Academy. Students participate in an exciting simulation on what westward expansion was like during the year 1875. This activity includes a several-day long trip in a 19th Century wagon which students themselves...

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    The Dynamics of Educational Expansion: A Lesson From Adventist History Kindergarten-Lifelong
    Forty-four years after the Great Disappointment, attitudes toward Christian education could be summed up in two words: caution and apathy. George Knight shares a historical overview of changing attitudes in Adventism toward Christian education. He traces factors...

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    William Warren Prescott, Seventh-day Adventist educator Kindergarten-Lifelong
    William Warren Prescott, 1855-1944, was one of the most influential educators of the Seventh-day Adventist church. As a religious educator he also served the church as preacher, writer, editor, and administrator. His influence on the church was extensive but...