In Chris Yust’s Computer Science/Programming class, it’s time to move into an introduction to programming! This month, Chris begins walking students through basic programming using the Greenfoot program. He’ll walk them through downloading the free program, get them acquainted with how to use it, and show them how to create a scenario. Next month, he’ll
Article Spotlight ~ Using the Library to Create Your Own Curriculum Part III: Science and Social Studies – By Mary Hood, Ph.D.
Click on the Article Below to Read Article Spotlight~ *Looking for a unit study approach to teaching Social Studies and Science? *Find step-by-step instructions for using the Library to develop your own Social Studies and Science curriculum. *Learn to include your child in the selection and planning of the instruction!
Did you know that all SchoolhouseTeachers.com members automatically receive a free Silver membership to the Apple Core tracking system. Take a look at what one member had to say after reviewing the system: Attendance and Portfolio: This where the Apple Core System really helped me! For the record-keeping required by my state, I keep
Click on the banner below to sign up for the Homeschool Minute E-Newsletter, and receive weekly encouragement to guide you along your homeschooling journey. Relational Homeschooling DianaWaring.com Dear Friends, Did you open this week’s THM, praying that, at last, someone would tell you how to do it all? Is the magical
Get ready for Inventions, Jelly Beans, the Kitchen, and the Library in Beth Gorden’s Playing and Learning My ABCs in Sensory Learning for Toddlers. We’ll bake, make slime, and have fun with inventions. Then we’ll spend the week with jelly beans sorting them, counting them, listening to them, crushing them, and of course, eating them!
Click on the banner below to sign up for the Homeschool Minute E-Newsletter, and receive weekly encouragement to guide you along your homeschooling journey. The Familyman Todd Wilson, Familyman Ministries Let me tell you a little story. Once upon a time, long ago, I was in seminary. The class was taught by a smart
According to the World English Dictionary, tinker means to play, fiddle, or meddle (with machinery, etc.), especially while undertaking repairs. I can’t think of a better description for Ed Sobey’s Tinkers Club on SchoolhouseTechers.com! Last month, Ed challenged us to explore the “junk” that is being thrown away all around us, take it apart, and
Click on the banner below to sign up for the Homeschool Minute E-Newsletter, and receive weekly encouragement to guide you along your homeschooling journey. Hey Mama Gena Suarez, Publisher of TOS Hey, Mama, I don’t know about you, but this could be a common lament at my house: “Help I