Two subjects that strike fear into the hearts of parents everywhere! No need to panic—SchoolhosueTeachers.com can help. Join Chris Yust of HomeschoolProgramming.com in his Computer Science class this week as he wraps up a unit on images and video in HTML and gets ready to begin programming concepts with Greenfoot. Martha Candler continues to
This month is an exciting time to study Adam Andrews’ Literature class and Brenda Ellis’ Art Techniques. Both can lead you to other worlds. Join Adam, Prince Caspian, Aslan, and the Pevensie children in Narnia as you study Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis. Analyze the story, understand the conflicts, create story charts, and more as
No matter what struggle we face, there are days when it feels like we are the only one facing that obstacle. Join Michelle Miller and check out her Monthly Reading List on the Family tab. Print out her list of recommended reading about special needs and get ready to be inspired by the stories of
You’re the director! This month in Evonne Mandella’s Experience Videomaking course, we’re talking about how to add personal touches to your video by using public domain images and stock footage. Learn how to bring your video to life with images and movement. And don’t forget to let us know how your videos are coming along!
In our Geography course from Tyler and Maggie Hogan of Bright Ideas Press, get ready to shift gears and explore the world like you’ve never done before! So far this year, we’ve studied the land, the atmosphere, the water—all the things that make up the physical world we live in. But there is so much
The First Amendment guarantees our right to free speech—but how does this impact what is said on social media sites? How does it impact students in public schools? Why is it imperative to understand these rights? Join Deborah Burton’s Mock Trial class this month as she takes a look at a cornerstone of American rights.
Sharon Jeffus loves to help teens develop and use their gifts and talents for the glory of God and the blessing of others! This month in her Studio Art for Teens class, we’re moving from studying tigers to fall to Thanksgiving turkeys! We’ll look at some of Rockwell’s classic scenes as well as Audubon’s turkey
Economics fistfights happen all around us; lately the fight over what elements create the best economy for a nation have stormed the news and filled our headlines. Mike Sims, the Assistant City Manager for the City of Terrell, Texas, brings both sides of the economic debate, without the politics, to his Economics class on SchoolhouseTeachers.com.