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Conquer Your Fears

Monday, 20 July 2015 by
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  Does the thought of teaching math scare you? Does the thought of learning algebra scare your students? Have no fear! is here to help. Algebra for Kids with Bob Hazen is designed to teach elementary students to identify a handful of principles that reveal the unity of mathematics across grades and across topics.

Trial and Error

Saturday, 18 July 2015 by
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  My house is known for the many scientific failures that have graced our kitchen. Had we performed the experiment using the Scientific Method, we might not have had as many disasters. Anna Crisostomo provides presentations with links to videos, experiments, and further reading. There are six lessons available to help elementary and middle school

Reading, Writing, Rehearsing

Friday, 17 July 2015 by
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  What’s that you say? Those aren’t the traditional three R’s? That is what makes stand out from the rest of the curricula available today. We recognize there are many different approaches to homeschooling. We have courses to fit virtually every need. How to Write and Produce a Play with Marci Hanks is a

Managing a Household

Thursday, 16 July 2015 by
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  Parents know that managing a household is harder than we thought it would when we were children. Many different skills play a role in the smooth functioning of any home. Home Economics with Heather Leach will help elementary students begin to understand some of those skills, beginning with the growth of the whole person.

When the Desk Isn’t Necessary

Wednesday, 15 July 2015 by
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  Sometimes when we homeschool, the desk simply isn’t necessary. Ditch the Desk with Jennifer Holden contains weekly and monthly unit studies that examine topics such as being an author or illustrator, baking with math, cold and insulation, the life of frontier photographer Evelyn Cameron, the journey from ranch to burger, the ocean, and even

Get the Picture?

Tuesday, 14 July 2015 by
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  Students can learn how to express themselves artistically on Drawing with Realism with Jan Bower includes weekly video demonstrations and step-by-step instructions to help middle and high school students develop or improve their drawing skills. Jan discusses the how-tos of creating realistic drawings. The four subjects so far have been an apple, an

It Only Takes a Spark

Monday, 13 July 2015 by
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  Are your children creative? Homeschooling provides a wonderful opportunity to encourage that creativity. Daily Writing with Sharon Watson includes daily writing prompts for students in elementary through high school. The fun bite-sized prompts will spark your student’s imagination. Chemistry: All Things Matter with Anna Crisostomo is a twelve-week course for middle schoolers that will

Search and Employ

Saturday, 11 July 2015 by

Your mission is to find the letters and use them to the best of your ability. To help you succeed in your mission, has a Keyboarding course taught by David Kimball that will help students of all ages become proficient on a keyboard. Using audio, video, and written instruction, your student’s typing speed and