the last thing people need to be doing is teaching the geocentrist lie to their children.
Might as well put poison in their food.
Now you see the problem homeschoolmom. As long as there are intellectually proud Earthmovers out there ready to BULLY even kids learning a truth and calling it a poison, one of the most wonderful creations by God will remain a no-go area, even if they are Christians. Show your kids the sun in the morning, six hours later and as it disappears over the horizon at night. Tell them this of course is the sun moving around the Earth every day. Show them a constellation of stars when it gets dark, Go back out four hours later and they will see the stars have moved a bit around the sky. Tell them this of course is the stars rotating around the Earth.
Teach them that God wrote lovely things about the course of the sun in His Bible, and that all the saints of the Church would read about the sun and stars as they spun around an Earth fixed at the center of the whole universe. Tell them that God made as many stars as there are grains of sand on the Earth. The next time you are on a beach, take a handful of sand and let them see the numbers of grains and they will see how many stars God created to show us that nothing is impossible for Him. Tell them God can make them all turn around the Earth every day and that St Thomas Aquinas, a great Saint who understood God very much, said each star could have an angel guiding their course as they spun around the Earth. That is what God can do. Tell them that God made the sun and all those stars to go around the earth to show us He exists and works every day for us. Tell them God, in His Bible said: ‘The heaven is my throne, and the Earth a footstool for my feet. What house will you build me says the Lord, or what shall be the place of my resting?’ (Acts 7:49)
Tell them that a footstool does not rotate or fly around a room, they remain at rest. At an early age, before their peers or the bullys start calling them fools and idiots, this visible motion will sink in. Finally tell them it is called geocentrism.
In time the Earthmovers will get to them, in the classrooms, in talks, on TV, science and Catholic websites and forums and in books by astronomers, philosophers, priests and their 'educated' peers. They will laugh at them for believing in what the Bible says, what they see with their own eyes. When told they are wrong that it is the Earth that goes around the Sun, tell them to say that Albert Einstein said it has never been proven that the Earth goes around the sun, and that a physical geocentrism is as scientific as it is that the sun gives off heat.
When adults they can study the history of this great battle between those who upheld the geocentrism they witness every day, and those who did not want 'God to be known through the things that He made,' the first dogma of the Catholic Church.