Schoolhouse Teachers

Practice! Practice! Practice!

How do we improve our skills? First we must learn, then we must practice. has opportunities for students to learn and practice. Everyday Copywork, located under the Dailies tab, allows students to practice their printing or writing skills while reading works by Robert Louis Stevenson, Lord Tennyson, and Aesop. There are patriotic and holiday

Can Science Be Exciting?

You betcha! And two guys who make it fun are teaching right here at Jim Mueller has put together 18 Physics lessons that teach gravity, friction, Newton’s laws, electricity, magnetism, and more. Students in middle school and high school will love Jim’s approach. It is light on math and heavy on hands-on experiments and

Just the Beginning

Whether you have children just beginning to learn their second language or their first, can help. ESL Learning with Anna Crisostomo assists those who are learning English as their second language. It begins at level 2 for those in grades 1-5. There are eight lessons that use printables and online assignments and activities, including

What’s the Norm?

Do you ever feel like, as a homeschooling family, you are going against the norm? I admit that I prefer it that way for our family. Sometimes, however, it is important to understand the norm and, even, perhaps, follow it. Statistics with Kathy Lapan teaches high school and upper middle school students about the norm,

Are You Ready for an Adventure?

Two exciting adventures are underway at Middle school and high school students can join Sandra Heflin as she leads the ASL Adventure, a 16-week journey through the world of language for the hearing impaired. Why not bring the whole family? Sandra introduces the ASL culture, the manual alphabet, greetings, numbers, time, holidays, adjectives, and

Is Math Maddening?

Do your kids struggle with math? Do you struggle with teaching certain math concepts? has some helpful supplementary courses designed to assist you as you teach math to your children. Algebra for Kids with Bob Hazen is geared toward elementary and middle school students and gives them a head start in algebra with skip

Hebrew and Hospitality

Written in the ancient Hebrew language, the Bible speaks a great deal about hospitality. We are to love our neighbors as ourselves. In Leviticus, the Hebrews were commanded to love foreigners as themselves. So, why not learn the two together? Hands-On Hebrew with Evonne Mandella provides students in elementary through high school an opportunity to

What Does It All Mean?

Have you ever looked at something in a different language and wished you could understand it? Have you ever done that with music? What do all those black dots and lines mean anyway? Join Michelle Martin for 32 lessons of Music Theory designed for the whole family. She will teach you what those dots and

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