I found this today and I couldn’t resist checking it out! The cover was exciting and I wanted to checkout a sample. I love the simplicity of the lessons. It doesn’t look like a “curriculum” to me…maybe more like a devotional – but meatier. Does that even make sense? I can’t believe I haven’t seen this before!
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A typical Dig lesson consists of the following four components:
1. The Map: The Map tells you and your child where you’ll be going in each lesson. It is a short summary of the study ahead.
2. The Dig: The Dig is the main passage you will be studying. Following each passage will be several questions designed to help conversation and understanding. They are meant to be a guide. You can use them or tweak them to help you talk with your children.
3. The Treasure: The Treasure is the big idea of each lesson. In a short statement, it is what you want your child to remember from the passage you studied.
4. The Display: When an archaeologist finds a treasure, they will clean it up and put it on display for everyone to see. This is the basic idea of the Display. It is the application of the Treasure you have found!