Schoolhouse Teachers

Get to Work

Tuesday, 30 December 2014 by
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

Well Traveled

Monday, 29 December 2014 by
Are you planning on staying home during the Christmas season or will you be traveling? Regardless, you can travel to far off places with Everyday Explorers: USA will take you on a tour of each of the 50 states. These history tours traverse the country and make stops at sites of historical and natural

Can You Dig It?

Saturday, 27 December 2014 by
We can learn a great deal about our earth by digging in and making discoveries. Geology with Patrick Nurre is a class for high school and middle school students (and upper elementary) that does just that. His first unit on rocks and minerals looks at rocks and the minerals within them, volcanic rocks, and sedimentary

Well Read

Friday, 26 December 2014 by
What do you do with a kinetic learner who still has to read? You join Marla Schultz in Literature Kits and Kimm Bellotto in Lapbooking. Both of these classes are found under the Pre-K/Elem and Middle/High School tabs. Literature Kits, a class for Pre-K through middle school, has joined forces with Adam Andrews’ Literature class

Well Laid

Wednesday, 24 December 2014 by
There is no greater artist than God Himself. Thankfully, He has given men and women the ability to create beautiful works of art as well. Some of these works can be studied in Everyday Easels, under the Dailies tab. Each work of art spans two weeks and is approached from the perspective of the Bible,

Well Played

Tuesday, 23 December 2014 by
There aren’t many educational sites available online that have the same quality or quantity of courses as With more than 100 classes available 24/7, you have your pick of core subjects or a plethora of electives. Many of our electives work very well together, like Simply Shakespeare and Play Production. As students join Rachel

Well Said

Monday, 22 December 2014 by
ST-new-160 is committed to providing you and your children with the best possible opportunities for education. One way we are doing this is by creating Daily Grammar lessons for 1st grade, 3rd and 4th grades, 5th grade, and 6th and 7th grades. First graders can practice their letters and the sounds they make with some

Feeding the Worms

Saturday, 20 December 2014 by
What kind of worm do you want in your house? A bookworm! Do you have one? I do! My daughter loves to read, but I wasn’t sure she’d ever get to that point. I also have a son who would be happy if he never had to open another book. All of our kids reside

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