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Skill of Sportsmanship

  As a kid growing up in Oklahoma, the biggest in-state rivalry was between the University of Oklahoma (OU) and Oklahoma State University (OSU). Especially during football season, living in a “house-divided” with parents who attended both schools, there was always a slight tension felt by this highly-sensitive child.  It wasn’t so much that my

Attitude of the Heart

  Focusing on one’s attitude and the effects it has on our lives is not a new idea of course. Psalms 15:13, says, “A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance: but by sorrow of the heart the spirit is broken.” (KJV) My mantra for a long time now has been, “I can and I will!”

Ditch the Desk and Play Some Games

  Homeschooling affords us the wonderful opportunity to get rid of the desk, that traditional school model, and learn in unique ways. Ditch the Desk does just that. Through twenty-four weekly or monthly unit studies, students in kindergarten through fifth grade can examine topics such as being an author or illustrator, backyard critters, baking with

Relationship Schooling

  Homeschooler small talk inevitably moves to schooling approaches: classical, unschooling, eclectic (code for whatever works!). Nobody ever says relationship schooling. As full-time RVers, relationship schooling has been an integral and spontaneous part of our whole family’s education.   What is relationship schooling? Relationship schooling is learning through interactions with real people. It doesn’t necessarily

Creation, Chemistry, and Creatures

  We live in an amazing world! There is a never-ending supply of topics to explore. One of the largest subject areas on SchoolhouseTeachers.com—Science—is also a favorite of our teachers, which is evidenced by the types of courses we offer. Creation, Nature, and You is a video-based supplement to an elementary science class. Students will

Book Review: Between Heaven & Hollywood

  Between Heaven & Hollywood David A.R. White http://book.davidarwhite.com/   I was a little bit nervous about reading Between Heaven & Hollywood. I’ve enjoyed David A.R. White as an actor for years. What if the book was disappointing? What if was nothing but fluff with no more depth than a cute Facebook meme? I knew

It Takes a Team

  The new school has started, or perhaps for some of you it may merely be continuing, or you start earlier than that.    But nonetheless, school is ON! You’ve organized your curriculum. You’ve bought your new school supplies. You’ve, hopefully, gotten your children on board with schooling again.  🙂  BUT perhaps not…  🙂 You’ve paid

Beethoven, Bell, and Biomes

  Our world is a fascinating place. There are many different geographical features, cultures, languages, and people groups. Not only is our world literally shaped by things like volcanoes and earthquakes, but it is figuratively shaped by the people who have lived and who are living now. Elementary and middle school students can learn All
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