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Color Your World

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 by
coloryourworld

  Students of all ages can color their world with the art classes on SchoolhouseTeachers.com. Drawing with Realism is a course designed for middle and high school students. Through weekly video demonstrations and step-by-step instructions, Jan Bower helps students develop or improve their drawing skills. She shows the how-tos of creating realistic drawings. Four-lesson units/projects

Discover Your World

Monday, 18 July 2016 by
discoveryourworld

  We have been given a wonderful opportunity throughout history to learn about and study our world. Scientists have been born who asked questions and invented tools to increase our knowledge. The beauty of these discoveries is that they all point to an awesome Creator. Earth Science with Dr. Roger W. Sanders is designed to

Allergic to Organizing

Friday, 15 July 2016 by
HwH - Allergic to Organizing

I have been at a stand still lately. We have a small house and with four kids, two dogs and occasional visiting foreign exchange students it can be get kind of crowded. I try to remind myself to see it as “cozy” because its all about our perspective in things right? Well, since our fourth

TOS-HWH-5CommonHSFears

  If you are a new or prospective homeschooler, you may fall into worrying about some of the common fears that parents face when they decide to homeschool. These fears often come about because of things you’ve heard others say about homeschooling or because you’ve known homeschooling families that seem to have problems that you

The Wonder of Creation

Wednesday, 13 July 2016 by
thewonderofcreation

  What an amazing gift we’ve been given to be able to understand the detailed workings of Creation. The intricate nature of living things and the processes that occur throughout our world point to a Creator. Exploring God’s World with First Grade Science provides first graders with a full-year introduction to science. It includes text,

Great Distortions-AmyButler

  About 10 years ago, my husband and I were excitedly planning our wedding and honeymoon when one of us stumbled on to some really great advice in a magazine. Don’t expect that just because you are on this monumental vacation that the person you are normally is going to suddenly change.  A high activity

All Hands on Deck

Monday, 11 July 2016 by
allhandsondeck

  You’ll need your hands for these classes. Hands-On Architecture, taught by Amy Gillispie, contains step-by-step architecture lessons for elementary and middle school students. The first unit introduces students to exciting, easy-to-find materials they will use to make fun architectural structures (lines, planes, shapes; building with food; building with wood); Unit 2 takes students through

Molding a Gospel-Centered Writer

Friday, 08 July 2016 by
HWH-GospelCenteredWriter

  Does your child love to write? Are you praying that the Lord uses him as an ambassador for the the kingdom of God? Writing is not somehow superior to other skills but it is such a highly sought after skill that cultures are made or broken through writers. From the screenwriter of the latest

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