Michelle Miller of TruthQuest History has put together another splendid list of reading resources! This month’s topic: entrepreneurs. Michelle has collected a list of books that will help you teach your child that working hard is part of reflecting God’s image. She’ll look at the lives of entrepreneurs, suggest some great books that might give
Travel with Jackson, our Everyday Explorer guide for the month, and discover the history of Mississippi! We’ll stop at an antebellum house in Auburn, tour the Old Capitol Museum and the Old Court House Museum, and spend some time with Civil War history at Vicksburg National Military Park. Before we’re through, we’ll visit the Coca-Cola
All these organizational tools come with your membership! Are you using them? Schoolhouse Planners—almost 800 pages of charts, lists, forms, inspiration, and tips to help you get your school year started on the right foot. AppleCore—record attendance, create portfolios, and so much more! Course Checklists—shows you what is happening all across the site. Don’t forget—these
Marla Schultz’s exciting Literature Kit for September is Sydney Taylor’s look at the life of Jewish immigrants to New York City in the early 1900s in the classic story All-of-a-Kind Family. Journey to the library with the characters and then enjoy a library scavenger hunt of your own. Learn how to make Challah, cholent, couscous
Last month, Martha Candler introduced us to the world of trigonometry. If you are comfortable with the work so far, dive into this month’s. If you’re not ready yet, hang in there and work with the first four lessons until you’ve got them down. And please send Martha any questions you might have. She loves
Do your kids ever ask you WHY they have to learn math—especially things like fractions and mixed numbers? This month in Pre-Algebra, Charlene Johnson explores the world of fractions one step at a time, leading students from working with fractions with similar denominators to understanding what to do with fractions that have different denominators. She’ll
If your child has ever wanted to design his or her own website, you do not want to miss Chris Yust’s Computer Science/Programming course on SchoolhouseTeachers.com. Last month, he showed us around basic text editors. This month, he will start us on the adventure of using those text editors to create our very own webpage.
Marci Hanks has shown us how to choose what kind of play we want to produce, decide who our characters are, and what conflicts they will face. This month, we will determine where our story begins, what will happen during the play, and what the climax will be. We’ll also decide another key element of