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Monday, 18 August 2014 by

One way to simplify your life is to have certain tasks you do every day. They become a habit and are not easily forgotten. One of the most important habits we can build into our lives is spending time with God. Michelle Pohl shares Joy in the Morning through a devotional, Scripture reading, a personal

There’s Excitement in the Air

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 by

Are you excited about the new school year? Here at SchoolhouseTeachers.com, we are ecstatic. Not only will you continue to have access to almost every class that has been taught over the years, but there are many new classes coming. Some have started, are starting soon, or will be starting in the next couple of


One of SchoolhouseTeachers.com’s newest classes is Animal Science with Sonya Brouillette. This class, geared toward middle school and high school, has just begun, so it is not too late to get started. If you miss any lessons, they will be available online. Sonya will teach us about classification systems and journaling and then will dive

The Keys to the Past and the Future

Monday, 11 August 2014 by

As your students prepare for a new school year, consider Keyboarding with David Kimball. Much of their work, especially if they are in middle school and high school, will need to be typed on the computer. Help them succeed by knowing how to type well and quickly instead of hen pecking the keys. This course

Never Too Late for Great Literature

Saturday, 09 August 2014 by

As summer winds down, so do many summer reading programs. Whether your child has read a little or a lot, there is no reason to stop reading great literature. Adam Andrews’ Literature class will be enjoying Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis during the month of August. The schedule for the fall includes

All Creatures Great and Small

Friday, 08 August 2014 by

Cathy Diez-Luckie has taken a bit of a diversion during the summer months with her Figures in History class. While she normally discusses famous people throughout history, during June and July she has chosen to discuss some very old and often very large figures from history—dinosaurs. Did you catch those lessons? If you have a

What’s the Connection?

Thursday, 07 August 2014 by

There is a connection between geology and biology, and Ruth Sundeen will be discussing that connection this month in her Biology class. She will also be taking a close-up look at using microscopes and examining organisms from the Kingdom Monera and Kingdom Archaea. (Please note, however, that microscopes are not required for this class. Ruth