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Try Something New

Wednesday, 08 April 2015 by
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Are you or your children looking for a new hobby? Are you wanting to try something new? SchoolhouseTeachers.com has many different options. Consider Beginning/Intermediate Guitar. Taught by Jerry Jennings—a recording artist, performer, and teacher—elementary through high school students, or any adult member of the family, can follow along with videos, diagrams, and downloadable pages. Jerry

Now and Then, Here and There

Tuesday, 07 April 2015 by
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SchoolhouseTeachers.com has a variety of social studies courses that will introduce students to people who live now and people who lived in the past, people who live in America and people who live on the other side of the world. American History: Colonization Era with Amy Puetz is a history course geared toward elementary and

Math that Spans the Ages

Monday, 06 April 2015 by
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What if you had a way to prepare your student for algebra while they are still in elementary school? Algebra for Kids with Bob Hazen applies a handful of principles to help elementary children as young as first and second grade understand the unity of mathematics across grades and across topics. Thirteen worksheets teach important

History with a Twist

Saturday, 04 April 2015 by
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  While history is typically taught from a textbook, there are more exciting options available. Beginning Sewing: Historical Costumes with Amy Puetz is a fun way for all students to use basic sewing skills while they learn a bit of history. Video instructions, sewing directions, and patterns are provided for making pioneer, sailor, pilgrim, and

Take It Easy

Friday, 03 April 2015 by
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Many days during the week we find ourselves splitting our time between home and the market. SchoolhouseTeachers.com splits its time there, too . . . with Economics. Free Market Economics with Savannah Liston, a homeschool graduate and economics teacher, is sharing her knowledge of economics with middle and high school students. Through video lectures and

At Home and At the Market

Thursday, 02 April 2015 by
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  Many days during the week we find ourselves splitting our time between home and the market. SchoolhouseTeachers.com splits its time there, too . . . with Economics. Free Market Economics with Savannah Liston, a homeschool graduate and economics teacher, is sharing her knowledge of economics with middle and high school students. Through video lectures

Why Should We Remember?

Wednesday, 01 April 2015 by
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  History is more than simply names and dates. It is real people who lived at a particular place and time—a time with its own music, art, and literature; a place with its own culture, government, and struggles. Dr. Carol Reynolds skillfully brings these aspects of history to life in Imperial Russia. This college preparatory

Who Needs Directions?

Tuesday, 31 March 2015 by
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  Do you know anyone who is opposed to asking for directions? Do you know anyone who tries to put a piece of equipment or furniture together without reading the manual? Why not benefit from the knowledge of those with experience? If you have a hands-on learner, you can join Edwina Moody in Kinetic Connections.

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