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Law of the Land

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Do you ever wonder what the Constitution really says or how certain laws came about? Join Kevin Mark Smith, Esq. for Constitution and the Bill of Rights to find out. During the month of January, Kevin will be discussing the seventh through tenth amendments to the United States Constitution. Students in high school (and adults)

For the Love of Books

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Books are wonderful things! They can teach us. They can transport us. They can fill us with awe and wonder. Every month, Michelle Miller puts together a lengthy list of books that all center around one particular subject. This month, her Monthly Reading List is all about snow. Whether you live where it snows a

What Are You Feeding Your Family?

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What goes into our bodies often determines what comes out of our bodies, be it energy and endurance or language and attitude. Follow along with Jennifer Needham in Family Nutrition under the Family/For Parents tab. This 14-week course for the whole family will teach you how to eat healthier, how our culture affects our food

Master Math

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SchoolhouseTeachers.com wants your children to succeed in their education. That’s why we have full-year courses and supplementary courses for those students who need a little bit of help. Pre-Algebra with Charlene Johnson is a full-year math courses for middle and high school students. It spans ten months and discusses fractions, decimals, percents, English and metric

On the Right Track

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Sometimes we need a little help, whether we’re just starting our journey or have difficulties along the way. That’s why SchoolhouseTeachers.com has teamed up with Judi Munday, a special needs educational consultant, to bring you a Special Needs course. Throughout the 19 lessons available, Judi explains how to write goals and choose curriculum, modify and

Nature and Nurture

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Our world is full of wonderful things to observe and explore. Botany with Julie Polanco touches on one of these things—plants. This is a 16-week course designed for middle and high school students that includes a discussion of soil, plant roots, water, transpiration, leaves and stems, plant cells, defenses, medicine, flowers, ferns, mosses, gymnosperms, and

Well Written

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Being able to write well is slowly becoming a lost art. Your child’s writing, however, does not have to suffer this fate. SchoolhouseTeachers.com has numerous writing courses available for all grades. Writing with Janice Campbell is a course for upper elementary through high school students in which they study a chosen passage, absorb it, analyze

Get to Work

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Do your kids have a career in mind? Are they having a hard time figuring out what they’d like to do after they graduate? Middle and high school students can join Carol Topp for Career Exploration, an eight-week course that will help them learn to discern God’s will for their lives, discover their talents and
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