Click on the Article Below to Read Article Spotlight~ *Relaxed should not be a synonym for chaotic! *What is the first and most important step for organizing and keeping records in for your homeschool? *Six areas of interest that should be considered include: values, attitudes, habits, skills, talents/interests, and knowledge. *Discover what a
We are inundated with negative images and less-than-wholesome videos on television, our computers, and on our phones. Christians have a responsibility to be involved in this sector of entertainment. Students in high school and middle school can join Evonne Mandella in Experience Videomaking and begin to learn how to use video to share their faith.
Did you make any resolutions this year? Are you still going strong or did they fade after the first week? It’s never too late to start doing what is right for your body and your home. Homesteading with Lisa Barthuly is one of the courses on SchoolhouseTeachers.com designed for parents, though the entire family can
I hear what you’re saying . . . it’s freezing where I live! Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered. Nature/Outdoors is such an amazing course that the whole family will learn a tremendous amount, even if you never venture outside. Erin Dean has provided SchoolhouseTeachers.com with a 14-unit course with multiple tracks and multiple lessons
Click on the Article Below to Read Article Spotlight~ *Are you familiar with the Ninth Amendment? *The Ninth Amendment is the catchall provision of the Bill of Rights. *Cybercrime has given rise to a very specialized field of criminology. *What exactly is a “penumbra”? *Do we have a living, breathing Constitution?
How does anything get done—in your house, in your city, in your nation? People must do. They must put their hands to their work. Elementary and middle school students can learn about the people who helped shape our nation’s history in American History: Colonization. They can join Amy Puetz as she shares the stories of