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Great Imaginations

Friday, 10 June 2016 by
greatimaginations

  Whether it’s a classic book of the western world or a thoughtful and creative response to a daily writing prompt, great imaginations are at work. In Great Books with Dr. Hake, Part Two, high school students are taught by Steven Hake, the Chair of the Department of Classical Liberal Arts and Director of the

Squeezing into the “Experts” Mold

Thursday, 09 June 2016 by
SqueezingIntoTheExpertsMold

  Every parent knows there are milestones in a babies life. 2 months-holds head up 3 months-smiles 4 months-coos 5 months-first tooth 6 months-crawling 7 months-solid foods 8 months-says mama 9 months-drinks from a sippy cup 10 months-waves bye bye 11 months- self feeds 12 months-walking 18 months-stacking blocks 24 months-walks down stairs There’s an

Keep It Up

Wednesday, 08 June 2016 by
keepitup

  The summer is a perfect time to regroup and be encouraged and to brush up on any skills that seemed to be lacking during the previous year. Growing in Homeschool Confidence with Willemien Kruger can help parents grow in their confidence and know-how of home education. Whether you’ve already made the decision to homeschool,

Servers and States

Friday, 27 May 2016 by
serversandstates

  With two of the newest courses on SchoolhouseTeachers.com, students can learn about servers and states. SQL Server Beginner Course, taught by April Schroader, introduces 6th-12th graders to relational databases and SQL (Structured Query Language), starting with the basics of what relational databases are and how they are used in the real world and moving

Heroes and Heroines

Wednesday, 25 May 2016 by
heroesandheroines

  Any good story has a hero or a heroine. I know of a book overflowing with heroes and heroines, and I bet you’ve read it—the Bible—the best story ever told. In Bible Study for Preteens, Kathy Hutto helps students grow deeper roots by studying God’s Word. Daily studies take students into lives of heroes

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  FINE ART(s): noun – a visual art considered to have been created primarily for aesthetic purposes and judged for its beauty and meaningfulness, specifically, painting, sculpture, drawing, watercolor, graphics, and architecture.   The Lord describes His handiwork as good. Yet, today we use words such as beautiful, wondrous, magnificent, glorious even. So why would

Take It Outside

Wednesday, 18 May 2016 by
takeitoutside

  I can’t think of a better thing to do than to take it—the whole family—outside as the weather begins to heat up. As the weather changes, why not study it? One of our newest mini-courses is Wondrous Weather. Elementary students can explore the science of weather conditions, the tools of meteorologists, methods of weather

Understanding God’s World Better

Tuesday, 17 May 2016 by
understandinggodsworldbetter

  We are surrounded by opportunities to experience and understand God’s world, whether it be plants and animals or the people around us. God’s World of Fourth Grade Science is a 36-week course taught by Rebecca West during which students will discuss topics such as the scientific method, plant and animal life, plant and animal

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