Two of the newest classes on SchoolhouseTeachers.com discuss things that are old. Middle Ages History with Michelle Miller (TruthQuest History) is a 30-week course geared toward students in elementary through high school. This course provides a deep and rich literature-based history study. Students will focus on God’s unchanging existence, power, love, truth, and plan for
Why not take advantage of your lighter schedule this summer to help your students gain the advantage as they head into a new school year in the fall? If your high school student is going to be taking Chemistry, get a head start with Friendly Chemistry. Joey Hajda’s twelve-week course will build a solid foundation
SchoolhouseTeachers.com has not forgotten about preschoolers and kindergarteners. There is a wide selection of classes to help them learn as they read and play. ABC with ME is a course that uses a series of poems, informative lessons, related activities, recommended reading, and additional resources so preschoolers and kindergarteners can work through the alphabet. The
When summer rolls around, most of our plans revolve around things we can do outside while it is warm and sunny. If your kids find themselves getting bored at any point over the next few months, print out some of the lessons from Nature/Outdoors. This wonderful course, taught by Erin Dean, is geared toward elementary
Recently, members of SchoolhouseTeachers.com were able to vote for their favorite Schoolhouse Teacher. After all the votes were tallied, the winner was Chris Yust of Computer Science/Programming. Chris provides hands-on computer projects for 6th-12th grade students in a self-study environment. Weekly printables with step-by-step instructions on each month’s topic are provided. The twelve available units
New classes are a regular occurrence here at SchoolhouseTeachers.com, and because our classes are not live, you can jump in at any time. Try the new Fraction Workshop with Vivien Owens. This 12-week course for elementary and middle school students includes printable instructions, practice problems, and answer keys. It presents a system of learning that
Do you remember those puzzles in children’s magazines that had you spot the difference between two very similar photos? Little did we know that those puzzles were testing our skills, preparing us to be able to compare and contrast when we got older. Put your middle and high schoolers to the test with Writing: Compare/Contrast.
Have you ever made the decision to buy a particular food or see a certain movie based on the advertisement? Some advertisers are incredibly persuasive. They have mastered the craft of emotional appeal. Writing: Advertising Copy with Sharon Watson is a great three-week course that will help middle school and high school students incorporate the