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Take It Outside

Wednesday, 18 May 2016 by
takeitoutside

  I can’t think of a better thing to do than to take it—the whole family—outside as the weather begins to heat up. As the weather changes, why not study it? One of our newest mini-courses is Wondrous Weather. Elementary students can explore the science of weather conditions, the tools of meteorologists, methods of weather

Understanding God’s World Better

Tuesday, 17 May 2016 by
understandinggodsworldbetter

  We are surrounded by opportunities to experience and understand God’s world, whether it be plants and animals or the people around us. God’s World of Fourth Grade Science is a 36-week course taught by Rebecca West during which students will discuss topics such as the scientific method, plant and animal life, plant and animal

Hunger and Thirst

Wednesday, 11 May 2016 by
hungerandthirst

  The Bible tells us to hunger and thirst after God’s righteousness. Two of our new classes on SchoolhouseTeachers.com reminds us of that fact. First, we have Storyteller Café for Kids. Kindergarten and elementary students can learn about the stories of Noah, Naaman, Daniel, Jonah, the prodigal son, and more while learning about the world

Useful Units

Monday, 09 May 2016 by
usefulunits

  Does it seem these days like learning comes easier in bite-sized chunks? SchoolhouseTeachers.com has dozens of these chunks; we just call them unit studies. Many of our semester-long and full-year classes are designed as unit studies where many topics are broken down into manageable, useful units; however, there are other smaller unit studies that

Celebrate Life

Thursday, 05 May 2016 by
celebratelife

  We live in an amazing world, a world full of people who love to celebrate. Whether it is a birthday or graduation, Christmas or Flag Day, we have an excuse to break from the norm and enjoy life. History of Holidays in America is a course designed for elementary and middle school students that

It’s Storytime!

Wednesday, 04 May 2016 by
storytime

  Children love stories! Adults do, too. I suspect that’s why Jesus shared so many parables. We understand difficult concepts better through the telling of a story. Two of the newest classes on SchoolhouseTeachers.com get the point across through storytelling. Bible Lessons with Paws and Tales shares Biblically based concepts like being thankful, overcoming fear,

Cars and Trucks and Character Traits!

Friday, 22 April 2016 by
carstrucks

  We all have them, those children who play with cars and trucks 24/7, make noises like cars and trucks, and know everything about construction trucks and different types of cars. What better way to share character traits than with those very vehicles our children love to learn about? Character Traits with Auto-B-Good is a

The Word Is a Powerful Tool

Wednesday, 20 April 2016 by
theword

  Authors have a unique opportunity to share their ideas through their writing with all who would read their work. Their words become a powerful tool. In Selected Works of Charles Dickens, Dr. Steven Hake examines the motivations of Charles Dickens, his development as an author, and the themes of several of his major works,

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