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A Painting in Print

Wednesday, 27 July 2016 by
apaintinginprint

  How can the words of a painting inspire you? When that painting is the result of expertly used imagery in writing. Two new courses on SchoolhouseTeachers.com are designed to introduce students to that imagery and teach them how to use it in their own writing. Opening the Door to Poetry with Allison Tuggle is

God’s Green Earth

Monday, 25 July 2016 by
godsgreenearth

  We’ve been given a beautiful planet on which to live, so it is a good idea to take care of it for those who will come after us. Stewardship of God’s Earth is a new course designed for all students in elementary through high school. Students are introduced to some of the basics of

Color Your World

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 by
coloryourworld

  Students of all ages can color their world with the art classes on SchoolhouseTeachers.com. Drawing with Realism is a course designed for middle and high school students. Through weekly video demonstrations and step-by-step instructions, Jan Bower helps students develop or improve their drawing skills. She shows the how-tos of creating realistic drawings. Four-lesson units/projects

Discover Your World

Monday, 18 July 2016 by
discoveryourworld

  We have been given a wonderful opportunity throughout history to learn about and study our world. Scientists have been born who asked questions and invented tools to increase our knowledge. The beauty of these discoveries is that they all point to an awesome Creator. Earth Science with Dr. Roger W. Sanders is designed to

The Wonder of Creation

Wednesday, 13 July 2016 by
thewonderofcreation

  What an amazing gift we’ve been given to be able to understand the detailed workings of Creation. The intricate nature of living things and the processes that occur throughout our world point to a Creator. Exploring God’s World with First Grade Science provides first graders with a full-year introduction to science. It includes text,

All Hands on Deck

Monday, 11 July 2016 by
allhandsondeck

  You’ll need your hands for these classes. Hands-On Architecture, taught by Amy Gillispie, contains step-by-step architecture lessons for elementary and middle school students. The first unit introduces students to exciting, easy-to-find materials they will use to make fun architectural structures (lines, planes, shapes; building with food; building with wood); Unit 2 takes students through

The Connection

Wednesday, 06 July 2016 by
theconnection

  Have your kids ever wondered why they need to learn algebra? What did you tell them? I know I’ve told my kids they might just need it for the career they choose. “You never know,” I say. Now you have the chance to share the connection. For those students who have taken Algebra I

In The Beginning

Monday, 04 July 2016 by
inthebeginning

  Everything must start somewhere. It is just as true for our planet as it is for learning a foreign language. That’s why we have two new courses to help you with those topics. Beginning Latin with Antoinette Franklin is a full-year course designed for children of all ages. Though Latin is not a native

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