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Figures and Freebies

Saturday, 25 July 2015 by
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  Figures are everywhere. We can’t escape them. Statistics with Kathy Lapan can help middle and high school students understand the statistics they are faced with in everyday life and reliably interpret them. Monthly slideshows with weekly assignments provide an introduction to statistics; explain how statistics are used; discuss normal distribution, graphs, scatter diagrams, pie

Effecting Change

Friday, 24 July 2015 by
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  Let’s not kid ourselves; parenting is hard. We search for methods and suggestions that will help us. We want to do what’s right for our children. We sometimes change our style of parenting because what we’re doing just doesn’t seem to be working. Dr. Scott Turansky is the co-founder of the National Center for

Clearing a Path

Thursday, 23 July 2015 by
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  I love to hike! I especially like it if the path is well marked. Then I know I can keep out of trouble. As high school students think about college, they may feel like their path is not clearly marked. However, they can cut away the weeds by reading through and completing the assignments

For the Wee Ones

Wednesday, 22 July 2015 by
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  There is no such thing as starting too early when it comes to learning. From the day we are born, we are learning. Embrace your child’s stage in life and enjoy the opportunities you have to guide them. Charlotte Mason Preschool with Brittney Jordan is a resource that provides suggestions and ideas compatible with

Literature for Learning

Tuesday, 21 July 2015 by
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  Great literature has so many benefits! It stimulates our minds and fills our souls. We can learn how to write by reading it. We can learn about history. We can begin to understand the world in which we live. The possibilities are endless! Children’s Literature for Life with Fran May is a new unit-study

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! SchoolhouseTeachers.com 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 SchoolhouseTeachers.com 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

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