Schoolhouse Teachers

Get it Write!

Friday, 14 August 2015 by
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  Do you have a budding writer? Perhaps you have a student who doesn’t like to write. Either way, there are numerous writing courses on that can help. Creative Writing with Carrie Daws includes 24 lessons geared toward middle and high school students. She discusses the idea of writing fiction, character and scene development,

Getting Creative with Curriculum

Thursday, 13 August 2015 by
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  I didn’t know what I was going to do for science with my tenth grader this year. Based on his interests and career goals, the standard path of biology and then chemistry didn’t seem necessary. However, an engineer I talked with said that all science is interrelated and that chemistry may very well be

The Spelling Place

Wednesday, 12 August 2015 by
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  Satisfy your spelling needs this coming school year with Schoolhouse Spelling. Every grade has a list with age-appropriate words; most have more than one to choose from. Schoolhouse Spelling has been recently updated to include answer keys and streamlined printing options to make it easier to have fun with spelling than ever before. Multiple

When the Language Is Challenging

Tuesday, 11 August 2015 by
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  Sometimes we need help with English, whether it’s modern English or old English. Two of the courses on will help with those challenges. ESL Language Arts is a new course, taught by Kati Butler, for the entire family who speaks English as a second language. It is designed as an introduction to grammar.

Meet the Newbies

Monday, 10 August 2015 by
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  Two of the newest courses on are Health 101 and Women through History. Health 101 is a course geared specifically for seventh and eighth graders and is taught by Michele Hamilton. In this 32-week course, students will learn about how important it is to be healthy and how the choices they make will

The Foundation and the Freedom

Saturday, 08 August 2015 by
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  Anything that is going to stand strong needs to start with a strong foundation. Our country began with the colonies. Elementary and middle school students can learn about the founding of the American colonies, beginning with Jamestown in 1607 and covering the colonial period through the French and Indian War in 1759 in Amy

Art for All Ages

Friday, 07 August 2015 by
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  Exceptional art courses abound on The variety within each course will provide your student with a great experience, regardless of his/her age. Studio Art for Teens is a course that focuses on a step-by-step recognition of how to build art by imitating the masters. Sharon Jeffus has written more than forty lessons for

Can You Believe It?

Thursday, 06 August 2015 by
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  This is going to sound downright crazy! But, even with all of the great courses available on, all for one outrageously low price, you can EARN money as well. Our Affiliate program pays you for your referrals. For every person who signs up using your member-specific affiliate link, you will earn 25% of