Encourage Your Entrepreneur

  Does your teen have an entrepreneurial spirit? Does he or she have the desire to start a business but isn’t sure what steps to take to make it a reality? can help. Internet Entrepreneurship for Teens with Dana Susan Beasley provides weekly lessons, practical questions, and assignments on topics such as the essential

A Walk in the Park

  Wouldn’t a walk in the park be lovely right about now? Some of us are just starting to thaw out or are awaiting the last snowstorm of the year. Others are basking in the sunshine and balmy temperatures. Yes, believe it or not, there are those people. Either way, you can enjoy nature and

A Game a Day Keeps the Boredom Away

  We have a wonderful opportunity as homeschooling parents to make education exciting! This is true for all grades, even the littlest learners in your family. Here are two classes for preschoolers and early elementary students that prove learning math, phonics, and history can be a lot of fun. Everyday Games with Teresa Evans is

Computer Programming and Classic Plays

  What do computer programming and classic plays have in common? They both require input to achieve favorable output. Computer Science/Programming with Chris Yust will provide 6th-12th grade students the input through hands-on projects in a self-study environment in order to facilitate an understanding of various programming topics such as HTML, Greenfoot, Minecraft Mods, JavaScript,

Putting It Together

  Some of us need to use our hands to help us retain the information we are trying to learn. We are kinesthetic learners. When we are able to build and create, our minds remember concepts more easily. Kimm Bellotto’s Lapbooking course enhances the study of literature for kinesthetic learners in preschool through middle school

Keeping It Real

Being able to keep things in perspective sometimes helps us to “keep it real.” Join Michelle Pohl for Joy in the Morning if you could use some encouragement on your journey as a wife, a mom, and a homeschooler. Each week, she will help you keep your eyes and heart set on God through a

Taking Grammar off the Shelf

  Are your shelves overflowing with textbooks? If you have more than one child to teach, you probably do. can help! Consider Daily Grammar. We have five different levels available: 3rd-4th grade, 5th grade, 6th-7th grade, 7th-8th grade (our newest level), and 1st grade (currently in production). With all of the lessons and worksheets

Illustration by Imitation

  Sharon Jeffus’ Studio Art for Teens course provides middle and high school students step-by-step recognition of how to build art by imitating the masters. More than forty lessons are available with new units posting twice a month. Each of the elements and principles of the masters’ artwork is discussed and projects are presented that

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