Schoolhouse Teachers

Alternatives to Science and Math

Friday, 05 December 2014 by

Do your kids struggle with the traditional math and science courses? Perhaps they’d enjoy taking a step back and trying something new. has courses that still teach math and science concepts but from a slightly different perspective. Statistics with Kathy Lapan contains five months’ worth of lessons plus a lab with topics such as

Nuggets Aren’t Just Made of Chicken

Thursday, 04 December 2014 by

One of our most recent additions on is Wendy Stoller’s Nourishing Nuggets. Listed under the Dailies tab, Wendy teaches nutrition with fun pre-lesson activities, instruction, vocabulary, homework, and projects to help students learn such things as the building blocks of food, macronutrients, and micronutrients. Take some time to read through the lessons, as we

A Well-Rounded Education

Wednesday, 03 December 2014 by
ST-new-160 recognizes the desire of homeschooling parents to provide their children, no matter their age, a well-rounded education. One of our courses that combines more than one subject is ABC with Me. This class is listed under the Dailies tab and helps preschoolers learn their letters along with an historical figure each week. Some of

Design and Build

Tuesday, 02 December 2014 by

One of the wonderful things about homeschooling is that it gives children the opportunity to be creative, to really imagine and see their dreams come to life. Introduction to Architecture (with yours truly) is a course that allows us to marvel at the visible outcome of others’ dreams, from ancient buildings like the Parthenon to

Explore Creation

Monday, 01 December 2014 by

Though the cold weather is upon us, kids can still explore our wonderful creation. The entire family can join Erin Dean for her Nature/Outdoors course. There are 14 separate units with most lessons including two tracks such as bears and ants or evergreens and sand. Erin shares informative websites, encourages nature journaling, and provides great

Time to Tidy Up

Saturday, 29 November 2014 by

Whether the state of your house (or life) is a byproduct of the busyness we all face during the holidays or you just need a little help to sense some peace, has some courses for you. Everyday Organization with Leslie Jacobs, located under the Dailies tab, is replete with tips to organize your home

Put It On Paper

Friday, 28 November 2014 by

Join Dr. William Spivey in’s newest writing course, Writing Mechanics, which is located under the Family/For Parents tab. All members of the family can benefit from this six-month course which is designed to supplement any writing program and provide step-by-step instruction to improve your child’s writing ability. Watch the video from Steven Spivey for

Give Thanks

Wednesday, 26 November 2014 by

During this Thanksgiving week, many of us will reflect on what we have to be thankful for. Students in elementary and middle school can learn about Asia in Bonnie Rose Hudson’s Asia: Safari course. Bonnie shares many fascinating details about each of the countries discussed and informs us about the difficulties that Christians face there.