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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,

Change Your Focus

Friday, 17 April 2015 by

When it comes time to evaluate the role media plays in your life or the lives of your children, join Dr. Lisa Dunne for her Media Socialization course. Middle school and high school students can examine the effect that media has in their lives, become more media literate, reflect on the power of words and

It All Makes Sense Now

Thursday, 16 April 2015 by

Are you looking for a great way to teach your young children their alphabet? Do you have a high school student who struggles with physics? might be able to help make sense of it all. Sensory Learning for Toddlers with Beth Gorden is a 26-week hands-on class for toddlers to learn their alphabet while

Gleaning from the Great One

Wednesday, 15 April 2015 by

We are fortunate to be living at such a time as this. So many great books have been written from which we and our children can obtain knowledge and understanding of literature and the world around us. Classics-Based Writing with Janice Campbell is a writing class for middle and high school students that studies 11

Exploration and Discovery

Tuesday, 14 April 2015 by

Think of a child who discovers something for the very first time. His eyes light up. A smile grows on his face. He may even jump up and down with excitement. Now imagine this kind of excitement every day. With Daily Discoveries, elementary and middle school students can study topics such as pond life, the

Communication Comes in Many Forms

Monday, 13 April 2015 by

When we hear the word “communication,” we typically think of the spoken word, though the written word would likely run a close second. Two of the many forms of communication taught on are American Sign Language with Sandra Heflin and Beginning Violin with Nancy Blue. Through American Sign Language, middle and high school students

But Wait . . . There’s More!

Saturday, 11 April 2015 by

It seems there is so much for the children here on, but we didn’t forget about the teachers—the parents, grandparents, uncles and aunts—who spend their time and hard-earned money to supply their children with the best in education. Members-Only Discounts is chockfull of discounts from companies who have homeschoolers in mind. Here you will

Breaking Out of Your Comfort Zone

Friday, 10 April 2015 by

Our own native language is like a comfortable old couch. We know it well. We have rested in it, entertained guests with it, and felt comfortable and safe in the familiar. Just as our old couch sometimes provides surprises, like old food or pencils stuck in between the cushions, our own native language surprises us