Click on the Article Below to Read   Article Spotlight~ *Even if you can’t draw a straight line, you can still teach your child to draw! *Does teaching yourself or your children to draw seem impossible? *Use these handy five tips to improve your drawing!
  Health is forefront in the media these days. If we don’t take care of our bodies, they won’t take care of us, so to speak. Children of all ages should know what it means to be healthy. If they learn early, perhaps they can be spared some difficulties when they are older. New to
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The Importance of a Strong Foundation

  When we think of a foundation, we typically envision a building of some sort, perhaps a house or a skyscraper. A foundation, however, must exist in many different places—our spiritual lives, our education, and even our country. Early American History with A.K. Fielding is a 16-week course for middle school students during which they
Click on the Article Below to Read   Article Spotlight~ *If you are going through a dark time with a special needs child, be encouraged and know that you are doing fine! *Get strength to get up and go through another day when you have a child with multiple problems and surgeries. *Put your worries

Literature from Different Views

  How we understand what we read is typically based on our own viewpoints. Two of our newest literature courses will challenge those viewpoints. African American Literature with Bethanie Frank is an 18-week advanced high school literature course that will explore the literary traditions of African American literature through poetry, short stories, essays, drama, journals,

Planning to Succeed

  With the right tools, our children can succeed, no matter their age. Starting a Micro Business for Teens with Carol Topp is designed to help teenagers learn about the world of micro businesses—what they are and what they can learn from starting one. Students will learn how to achieve a vision for a business
Click on the Article Below to Read   Article Spotlight~ *Even if you aren’t parenting a special needs child, derive lessons from the struggling parents of these children! *Learn to pace yourself to match your children’s pace and not judge their progress by that of others. *Extend a hand to a special needs family… both

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