Schoolhouse Teachers

Educating the Whole Child

Monday, 27 April 2015 by

Charlotte Mason believed in educating the whole child, not just the mind of the child. Those who teaching using her methods include activities and lessons that strive to produce a well-rounded individual. Parents can learn more about this method through with Charlotte Mason Homeschooling. Cindy West has provided 16 weeks of instruction designed to

The End Is Near

Saturday, 25 April 2015 by

I typically love endings. That means a new beginning is on the horizon. Next year, however, is the end of my first child’s homeschooling journey. I don’t think I’m going to like that ending. I have a hard time telling people he’s going to be a senior next year. I had trouble writing it just

All the World’s a Stage

Friday, 24 April 2015 by

This phrase can be found in William Shakespeare’s As You Like It. Many phrases we use today have their origins in plays by Shakespeare. Do you ever say “To be, or not to be” or hear someone quote Romeo and Juliet? You and your children can become more familiar with Shakespeare through Simply Shakespeare with

Taking Off the Blinders

Thursday, 23 April 2015 by

When we learn more about issues affecting us and those around us, it’s as if the blinders are taken off. When we understand, we are better equipped to do something to bring about a positive outcome and to fight for justice. Mock Trial with Deborah Burton, a homeschooling mother of two and a licensed attorney,

The Type of Writing

Wednesday, 22 April 2015 by

Have your kids ever asked to type an assignment on the computer instead of writing it by hand? There are benefits to both, and both can be improved upon. Everyday Copywork helps students practice their penmanship, in both print and cursive, through copying Bible portions, excerpts of literature, grammar, foreign language, and much more. The

Up, Up and Away

Tuesday, 21 April 2015 by

Let your students get up and Ditch the Desk with Twenty-four weekly and monthly unit studies examine topics such as being an author or illustrator, backyard critters, baking with math, banishing boring book reports, birds, the life of frontier photographer Evelyn Cameron, fairy tales, growing up Dutch, the ocean, the weather, and even candy

Archaeology and Arithmetic

Monday, 20 April 2015 by

Middle and high school students can learn about the past through Regan Barr’s Classical Archaeology course. Regan is an archaeologist, educator, author, and homeschool parent who has firsthand experience in the topics covered in this course. Students will study the ancient world, as presented through archaeological evidence, from a Biblical perspective. They will visit Ephesus

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Saturday, 18 April 2015 by

Speaking in public is one of the most common phobias, though it is typically required of us all at one point or another. Why not learn how to speak well and overcome your fear? Middle and high school students can join Rebekah Bell for Public Speaking. This five-unit course is presented in a video format,