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He’s Quite a Character!

Wednesday, 23 March 2016 by
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  We often hear this said about a person who says and does things we don’t expect or who are a bit quirky. These types of people make for great characters in fiction. So, how do we transfer them to the pages? Creating Dynamic Characters with Gina Conroy teaches middle school students how to create

Games to Exercise the Mind

Monday, 21 March 2016 by
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  Learning can be fun, and we aim to prove that on! Just check out two of our newest courses. Healthy Mind Match-Up with Nancy Stornes is for the whole family. With this course, or game, you and your family can get into the Word of God together by playing every day of the

How Did We Get Here?

Wednesday, 16 March 2016 by
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  These days it seems like the laws of our land are always changing. Are the right people making these laws? Are the right processes being followed? How were the original laws developed? Find out all this and more with Early American History with A.K. Fielding is a 16-week middle school course that takes

P is for Prince and Princess

Monday, 14 March 2016 by
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  When we think of princes and princesses, we are often transported back to medieval Europe. What if I told you there are modern-day princes and princesses . . . in your own home? If anyone in your family is a child of God, he or she is a prince or a princess. For the

Hooray for High School!

Wednesday, 09 March 2016 by
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  High school students have two new amazing courses on SchoolhouseTeachers. These are long-awaited full-year courses high school courses. Spanish 1 with Kimberly Harris includes thirty-three lessons, weekly quizzes, and ten exams. Students will cover a large amount of vocabulary and conversational phrases, indefinite articles, and verb conjugation. Audio files are included to teach correct

Sensing and Searching

Monday, 07 March 2016 by
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  Information comes to us in all sorts of ways—through our senses and through searching. Small World Sensory Science is a preschool course led by Robin Casey. Through twelve lessons, preschoolers will explore the farm, the pond, the ocean, wind, construction, and much more, all the while learning by touching, feeling, doing, and exploring. Because

Preparing for the Future

Wednesday, 02 March 2016 by
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  Do you have a middle school student who wants to earn some money but maybe doesn’t know where to start? Enjoy Career Exploration with Carol Topp. Through this eight-week series that includes informative articles, self-inventory worksheets, relevant websites, and true stories, students can explore career possibilities, discover their talents and interests, and discern God’s

The Gray Hair of Glory

Monday, 29 February 2016 by
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  If you’ve got gray hair, any at all, you’ve earned it. Parenting is one of the—if not the—toughest job on the planet. For eighteen years, in most cases, we cry and laugh with our kids. We try to teach them right from wrong. Sometimes that sinks in; sometimes it doesn’t. Eventually they leave to