Art for All Ages

  Exceptional art courses abound on The variety within each course will provide your student with a great experience, regardless of his/her age. Studio Art for Teens is a course that focuses on a step-by-step recognition of how to build art by imitating the masters. Sharon Jeffus has written more than forty lessons for
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Can You Believe It?

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Click on the Article Below to Read   Article Spotlight~ *Be encouraged to homeschool through high school to give your children the best preparation for life that you can! *Prepare your children to take on life maturely by homeschooling through high school. *Help your children develop maturely by allowing them to explore their interests in

Until Someone Loses an “i”

  You know the saying, “It’s all fun and games . . .” Well, with Pre-Algebra, our saying has a twist. Middle school students will spend 40 weeks discussing topics such as decimals, fractions, percents, integers, exponents, and equations. Charlene Johnson will prepare students for letters in math (and more). Each unit includes printable instructions,

Are You Up for the Challenge?

  Summer’s halfway over. We’ve probably all gotten pretty relaxed and our brains are on their way to being mush, right? Snap out of it! I challenge you to a Photography Challenge. Weekly photography challenges with Michele Peterson is for students of all ages who are new to photography and those who have been the
Click on the Article Below to Read   Article Spotlight~ *Does your child hate reading aloud? *Help your child to improve his oral reading skills with these simple tips. *Simple things like larger print or transparent paper over the book can help your child’s reading struggles. *If your child has trouble reading aloud, help them

Books for the Brain

  If you are looking for a literature course for your high schooler, there are a number of different options on Great Books, Part One with Steven Hake, the Chair of the Department of Classical Liberal Arts and Director of the Literature major at Patrick Henry College, has put together an 18-lesson course for

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