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Colonies and Costumes

Friday, 05 June 2015 by
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Travel back to when our country began, before we were even thirteen colonies, in American History: Colonization Era with Amy Puetz. Elementary and middle school students can learn of the founding of the American colonies, beginning with Jamestown in 1607 and continuing through the colonial period and the French and Indian War in 1759. Written text

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America, the Beautiful

Thursday, 04 June 2015 by
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America has breathtaking scenery, amazing history, and interesting cultures. One of those cultures is the Deaf Community. Students in middle school and high school can learn about this culture through American Sign Language. Sandra Heflin teaches students a beginning vocabulary of approximately 350 basic signs, the manual alphabet, and grammar, along with a basic understanding

Spotlight on Five! ~ Music & Arts

Wednesday, 03 June 2015 by
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Teaching the arts offers a lot of room for flexibility. Different styles, genres, mediums, and periods combine to form an endless array of possibilities. Some kids fall into their artistic pursuits and interests naturally, gravitating toward something that just pulls them. Others need more help finding their niche. The companies below offer interesting options to

What Did You Do Last Weekend?

Wednesday, 03 June 2015 by
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When people ask me this question, I have a hard time remembering. Does anybody else have that kind of a memory, or is it just me? Thankfully, the important and exciting events of the past have been written down. Students in elementary school through high school can learn about some of these events with This

Gaining Perspective

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 by
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There are many things in life that try to steal our joy or make us lose focus. SchoolhouseTeachers.com is in your corner with resources to help you keep your joy and your focus. Joy in the Morning with Michelle Pohl contains forty-eight posts designed to encourage you on your journey as a wife, mom, and

Spaces & Places

Monday, 01 June 2015 by
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Architecture lessons are now available for children in elementary through high school! With the debut of Hands-On Architecture with Amy Gillispie in May, elementary and middle school students can design and build structures, homes, and zoos. Amy provides step-by-step architecture lessons using many different mediums. Twenty-seven weeks’ worth of lessons will be broken down into

At Home and Abroad

Saturday, 30 May 2015 by
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My dream is to travel to Ireland. When I finally get there, I don’t plan on sitting on the runway. I want to explore. I want to learn about the history. I want to see the sites. Geography with Terri Johnson (Knowledge Quest, Inc.) takes that same approach. This isn’t your typical geography course. Students

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