The second question is, what is knowledge and doctrine? Knowledge is “learning” and refers to life in general, which is all-inclusive to education. Thus, doctrine is “principle” and is all encompassing to the things of God. Now the bigger question is…how are these interwoven into the child so young? God has the answer! He instructs us to teach precept upon precept, line upon line, here a little and there a little, Is. 28:10. Basically, God commands us to start guiding our children in the ways of Godliness unto life in a very simple, meaningful, yet repetitious manner, then to more complex things.
By cultivating their individual learning style and uniqueness in Christ Jesus we begin to “touch the palate” in sighting hunger for learning unto righteousness, thereby, experiencing a blessed life that pleases the Father! So, what does “Touching the Palate” means? It means to train up a child in the Hebrew tongue. God teaches us that if we touch the palate of a child in the way he should go, then when he is old he will not depart from that way. (Proverbs 22:6) Therefore, if we touch of the palate of our child (ren) early, with that which pleases God, that hunger you have place in him, will stay with him throughout his life! In other words, we must teach our children the ways of God (knowledge) from the very beginning! The beginning of knowledge is the fear of HIM! Proverbs 1:7.
This learn-to-read program is designed as an extension of the existing home learning to further develop and teach essential academic and Biblical principles in a corporate setting in children ranging from 2 to 4 years of age. TPPC curriculum encompasses Bible stories, learning the ABC’s with multiple hands-on exercises, handwriting practices, phonics, multimedia, cartoon animal songs and stories, physical development activities and fine motor skills in order to foster adequate learning and understanding of the alphabets, number concepts and word relationships; to strengthen visual, auditory, and coordination skills; and most importantly to build Christian character and so much more.
Curriculums and Programs used to create TPPC:
A.C.E. Kindergarten with Ace and Christi
Learning the Alphabets program
Baby Can Read Flash Cards
Hook on Phonics Reading & Math
Easy Peasy Learn-to-Read (online program)
TPPC offer's an ABC’s Reading Readiness Test (pretest) and Coordination Development Test in order for parents to gain insight in preparing children to be ready to learn to read. (Note: Tests are voluntary and a $5 fee is charge for each test)