Walking with the Waodani
This unit study will introduce readers to the remarkable culture, landforms and wildlife of Ecuador, while also recording the experiences of the Nate Saint family who shared their faith with members of the Woadani tribe. Readers will learn many interesting facts about the geography, history, and the cultural/religious values of the Ecuadorian people. Students will also be exposed to exotic regional recipes and be challenged to research various aspects of life in order to complete a series of reports and papers about this fascinating land. This resource would work well as either a history or geography supplement, as a unit study with any Nate Saint biography and could also be used within a study of world cultures/religions. 96 pgs, pb. ~ Mike
Walking with the Waodani is a study your children will never forget!
* Hear the story of the five martyred missionaries of Operation Auca.
* Learn how Jesus transformed a savage killer into a humble evangelist and fostered a deep and abiding love between a young man and the warrior who murdered his father.
* Review exotic recipes for ferocious fish and giant grubs.
* Discover how one of the first flying cars can be used to meet needs of those isolated in the jungle.
Introduce your family to some of the most amazing people and places, meals and markets, animals and agriculture, and worlds and worldviews of the country of Ecuador as experienced through the eyes of a homeschool graduate.
82 pages, 8.5 x 11" Spiral Bound
Multiple Grade Levels (Upper Elementary - Middle School)