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Schoolhouse Teachers

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There are things in life that need attention or they can be forgotten. Two of these things are penmanship and our rights. Fortunately, SchoolhouseTeachers.com can help on both accounts. Students in preschool through middle school can practice their print and cursive writing with Everyday Copywork. Through Bible portions, excerpts of literature, grammar, foreign language, and

Recipes and Relationships

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Homeschooling provides us an amazing opportunity to have deeper relationships with our children. Our new course, Homeschooling That’s Relational with Diana Waring, is designed to help moms refresh and reflect on what is important as we sometimes feel bogged down on this journey: loving family, loving learning, and loving God. Diana will share a new
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Let’s focus a little today on the elementary grades. SchoolhouseTeachers.com has classes specifically designed for children in these early years. Our Teachers understand the minds of these children, and they plan their lessons accordingly. Elementary Art with Jennifer Hawkins is a brand new course geared toward children in preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school. This course

Make Good Use of the Summer

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Now that summer is right around the bend, many of us, especially the students, are eager for the break. Before we know it, though, the new school year will be upon us. There are a few ways to take advantage of the summer months that won’t take much time. First, seniors who plan on attending

Your Kitchen . . . A Science Lab

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When we buy a house, we really should look at the kitchen in terms of its usefulness as a science lab. Unless the experiments are extremely messy and we’re doing them outside, the kitchen often ends up being the destination for scientific discoveries. And since a greater number of experiments use kitchen supplies, it just
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Though the Renaissance is now a part of history, it introduced many new ideas, music, and art to the people of the time. Students in elementary and middle school can learn about Renaissance History with Rhonda Clark. Through lessons that include printable study text, written assignments, crafts, notebooking pages, lapbooks, links to videos and related

The Ups and Downs of Homeschooling

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Homeschooling affords us the opportunity to teach our children about those things that fascinate them. If they look up and ask about space, you can explore Everyday Astronomy. This class gives elementary students a basic understanding of the solar system, along with some fun activities, including recipes and virtual “field trips.” Students will learn about

I Caught a Fish This Big . . .

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We’ve all heard a tale of the one that got away. Each time the story is told, the fish seems to grow exponentially. When we tell a story, our mind can exaggerate reality. Our story begins with something we know, and it becomes grand over time . . . and it eventually becomes fiction. Middle
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