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Astronauts and Angles

Monday, 07 December 2015 by
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  As children grow up, they often have an idea of what they want to be when they are adults, perhaps an astronaut, a teacher, or a fireman. But we all know that that can change in a week . . . or even in a day. With ABC What Will I Be? preschoolers can

Oh, I Can’t Teach Math!

Wednesday, 02 December 2015 by
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Many of us worry about our ability to teach certain subjects to our children. For many, it is science or foreign languages. For some, it is math. SchoolhouseTeachers.com has the help you need in Finally Conquer Fractions and How to Teach Elementary Math. If your struggle is with fractions, you can join Laura Baggett for

Where Will Your Travels Take You?

Monday, 30 November 2015 by
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  Traveling affords us the opportunity to appreciate different cultures and meet interesting people. Most of us, however, aren’t able to afford to travel to distant lands. That’s where SchoolhouseTeachers.com can help. We can take you on a virtual tour to visit those places you may have only dreamed about visiting, and we can teach

The Finer Things in Life

Wednesday, 25 November 2015 by
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  Ah, a nice stroll through an art gallery. Can you see the framed beauty before you? Are you at your leisure? Now imagine your child’s art hanging on that wall for all to see. What happened to your image? Did it remain peaceful, or did it sound like a record scratching to a halt?

Mastering Mathematics

Monday, 23 November 2015 by
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  Is there hair all over the floor? Are you pulling your hair out? Do you feel like multiplication is going to be the end of you? Have no fear, Multiplication Workshop is here! Elementary students can work on their mastery of multiplication in this step-by-step guide to learning and/or practicing multiplication tables using written

Myths and Misunderstandings

Wednesday, 18 November 2015 by
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  We’ve probably all heard some tall tales, stories that are too grand to be true. We’ve most likely heard tales that sound like they could be real but aren’t. Students in middle and high school will have the opportunity to read and learn about myths and other such stories in American Folklore. Cheri Blomquist

Counting and Creating

Monday, 16 November 2015 by
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  We have some exciting news for you! Accounting 101 is available! David A. Shepson, MSA, EA, has designed this course to equip high school students with a mastery of accounting fundamentals they will need in order to be prepared for their college classes. He presents the concepts in easy-to-digest ways so students will gain

Speak Out

Wednesday, 11 November 2015 by
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  Students often wonder how they can be heard above the noise, above the voices that speak against what they believe in, what they know to be right. Two of the courses on SchoolhouseTeachers.com are designed to help middle and high school students with that very issue. Social Justice with Kurt Hoffman uses videos, reading

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