C is not for cookie this time. It is for Chemistry, Classical Archaeology, and College Choice Guidance. Though each of these classes has been completed, they are still available on SchoolhouseTeachers.com. Joey Hajda taught four months of Chemistry from February through May 2014. He discussed topics such as electrons, quantum mechanics, ionization energy, atom size,
While the kids are swimming or playing in the backyard, we hope you have a chance to relax as well. Why not catch up on some reading, especially if you’re new to homeschooling or The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine? Under the Resources tab on SchoolhouseTeachers.com, you can find 2013 Back Issues and 2014 Back Issues. They can
What will your kids be doing this summer? Hopefully they’ll be spending a lot of time outside in the beautiful weather, with sufficient sunscreen, of course. If you’re looking for ideas, you can follow Edwina Moody in Kinetic Connections as she provides a variety of resources for nature/outdoor activities, including links to nature lapbooking guides
Have you ever made a list of all the places you’d like to travel and explore? Whether you call it a bucket list or just a dream, whether it’s written down on paper or only in your mind and heart, there are special places that call to each of us. This summer, Everyday Easels: Passport
Are you thinking about incorporating elements of the Charlotte Mason Method into your homeschool this year? SchoolhouseTeachers.com has material that will help. In addition to a library of Everyday Copwork selections and our Charlotte Mason Preschool, we also have a class for parents on Charlotte Mason Homeschooling: Adding a Charlotte Mason Touch to Your Homeschool.
Language is a beautiful thing, but have you ever wondered where it came from? You can explore an excerpt from “The Definition and Origin of Language” by Noah Webster and the first two stanzas of “Little Things” by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer this week with Everyday Copwork. Ditch the Desk also has great language practice in
Charlotte Mason Preschool with Brittney Jordan has spent the better part of the month discussing colors by looking at colors in nature, learning about the color wheel, and reading the poem “What is Pink?” During the last week, she will be teaching children how to recognize common bird species. Each of the lessons provides students
We don’t often have the opportunity to know what the future holds, but SchoolhouseTeachers.com is giving you a glimpse of things to come. I hope you have your shades because the future is bright. We’ve got a lineup that is sure to please everyone in the family. Besides our currently active classes that will be