When our students are struggling, we often have to take a step back and rethink our methods. We need to meet them where they are. Sometimes we need to start at the beginning and build a strong foundation. Students who come to us from other areas of the world often struggle with the English language.
There aren’t many places where you can learn about pirates and protons at the same time. How about electrons and economics or chocolate and quantum mechanics? Economics with Mike Sims will discuss pirates and chocolate as they relate to economics. Mike will also discuss the economics of gamma rays, football, and ski slopes, as well
I love puzzles! I love the feeling that I’ve accomplished something when I’ve completed one, whether it’s a crossword puzzle or a jigsaw puzzle (my two all-time favorite puzzle types). SchoolhouseTeachers.com has puzzles. Daily Puzzlers are language-based logic puzzles for students in 2nd through 12th grade. The puzzles vary in difficulty, which makes them perfect
What if history came to life before your very eyes? I’ll bet you and your children would remember it . . . maybe not those pesky dates, but definitely the people and events. Many of the history classes on SchoolhouseTeachers.com strive to bring that history to life for the students. Consider Classical History with Jennifer
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 SchoolhouseTeachers.com with Charlotte Mason Homeschooling. Cindy West has provided 16 weeks of instruction designed to
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
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,