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Your Kitchen . . . A Science Lab

Friday, 12 June 2015 by
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When we buy a house, we really should look at the kitchen in terms of its usefulness as a science lab. Unless the experiments are extremely messy and we’re doing them outside, the kitchen often ends up being the destination for scientific discoveries. And since a greater number of experiments use kitchen supplies, it just

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Speech and Debate–should we? The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine is YOUR trade magazine for family education. Stay subscribed to this newsletter becausethis is the place where we give FREE education gifts on a regular basis. Read the magazine anytime, 24/7, atwww.TOSMagazine.com. It’s the Family Education Magazine! Mercy Every Minute    Deborah Wuehler, TOS Senior Editor  

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Though the Renaissance is now a part of history, it introduced many new ideas, music, and art to the people of the time. Students in elementary and middle school can learn about Renaissance History with Rhonda Clark. Through lessons that include printable study text, written assignments, crafts, notebooking pages, lapbooks, links to videos and related

The Ups and Downs of Homeschooling

Wednesday, 10 June 2015 by
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Homeschooling affords us the opportunity to teach our children about those things that fascinate them. If they look up and ask about space, you can explore Everyday Astronomy. This class gives elementary students a basic understanding of the solar system, along with some fun activities, including recipes and virtual “field trips.” Students will learn about

I Caught a Fish This Big . . .

Tuesday, 09 June 2015 by
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We’ve all heard a tale of the one that got away. Each time the story is told, the fish seems to grow exponentially. When we tell a story, our mind can exaggerate reality. Our story begins with something we know, and it becomes grand over time . . . and it eventually becomes fiction. Middle

Chords and Clauses

Monday, 08 June 2015 by
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Does your child have an interest in playing the guitar? Through SchoolhouseTeachers.com, he or she can learn from a master. Recording artist, performer, and teacher Jerry Jennings has provided us with a 28-lesson Beginning/Intermediate Guitar course. Any student in elementary through high school, even parents, can learn how to tune a guitar and play basic

Exploring the Kingdoms

Saturday, 06 June 2015 by
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It sounds like a course in medieval history or a Lord of the Rings literary adventure, but it’s not. The kingdoms I’m talking about are those found in nature—mammals, fungi, plants, and so on. Biology with Ruth Sundeen takes middle and high school students on a tour of the various Kingdoms—Monera, Protista, Animalia, Fungi, and

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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