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A Joyful Noise

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  I’m glad God gave us the gift of music. How about you? I’m also glad there are many different types of music. If It Isn’t Baroque . . . The History of Western Music is a course that studies the history of the music in the western world, beginning with music in ancient times

All Hands on Deck

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  Many of our kids learn best if they can work with their hands. Tinkers Club with Ed Sobey, PhD, is series of classes that encourage learning by creating, observing, and asking why something happened the way it did, then making changes to bring about the desired result. All of the lessons use, for the

Never Fear . . . Chemistry’s Here!

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  Two of the newest courses on will benefit your high school student and put your mind at ease. Chemistry is one of those courses most of us feel inadequate to teach. We would rather leave this subject to the textbooks or a co-op class, taught by someone else. Now, your high school student

Some Freebies and Some Focus

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  It’s always fun to get something for nothing. knows this, and we have provided some super freebies in our Freebie Corner. Here you’ll find a seal fun pack, a presidential word search, letter tracing, British Museum printables, Grandma Moses art appreciation printables, preschool activities with trains, Christmas Copywork, a literature quiz, Declaration of

Digging in the Dirt

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  Remember when your kids were little and they loved to play in the dirt? Middle and high school students can follow two teachers who dig in the dirt for a living. Regan Barr is an archaeologist who teaches Classical Archaeology. In this course, students study the ancient world from a Biblical perspective, as presented

From Computer to Canvas

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  I find myself wishing my son didn’t enjoy gaming as much as he does. I go back and forth over the advantages and disadvantages. Do you face the same struggle? What if we could put that gaming mind to good use? What if our kids could learn how to make the games they play?

Get to Know the Past

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  History is more than just dates. It is people like you and me who were in the right place at the right time to do extraordinary things. And we have the privilege of learning about these people in courses like People and Places of World War II. This course for elementary students is led

The Earth . . . Then and Now

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  Earth has been around quite a while. Have you ever wondered how long? Evolution tells us one thing, while the Bible tells us another. Join John Riley as he looks at the evidence in Apologetics: Creation vs. Evolution. This brand new course for middle and high school students uses videos and printable text to

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