Dr. Matthew Glavach’s twelve lessons on Reading the News for Reading Fluency is wrapping up its second month—but all of his Reading Lessons remain on the site. If your child has a hard time knowing how to attack unknown words, struggles to read meaningful phrase patterns, or labors without expression when he reads, please stop
Click on the Article Below to Read Article Spotlight~ *Have you ever wondered about the history of some of your customary Thanksgiving and Christmas dishes? *Learn to make Candy Cane Cookies… *Where did the origin of the turkey come from? *When did Thanksgiving become an official holiday? *How did we
Are your children puzzled by percents or frustrated by fractions? Let Charlene Johnson’s Pre-Algebra class help! Charlene adds fun and real-life applications to topics that can otherwise seem uninteresting. Plus, Charlene provides text, worksheets, and answer keys all printable and ready to be used. Have you been enjoying Schoolhouse Spelling? Our spelling lessons bring
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. Raising Real Men Hal & Melanie Young, RaisingRealMen.com Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays! It’s one of the least commercialized and least mangled holidays of our culture.
All this month, Everyday Explorers: USA is taking families on a tour of Iowa. Come along with us as we explore the Danish Immigrant Museum, the Camp Algona POW Museum, the Buffalo Bill Museum, the Stockman House, the Sioux City Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, Matchstick Marvels, Living History Farms, and the James H. Andrew
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 There is no way that Thanksgiving is next week!!! That can only mean that . . . that . . . that Christmas isn’t
This month on SchoolhouseTeachers.com, Cathy Diez-Luckie has a fun Figures in History unit for your little ones all about Benjamin Franklin. They’ll have the chance to create a standing cutout, try a “complete the conversation” exercise, enjoy a coloring page, and put an accent on art by taking a look at some paper currency Benjamin
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. Mercy Every Minute Deborah Wuehler, TOS Senior Editor Our family will enjoy the typical American feast with friends and family next week. But, I have seen a sad