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In The Beginning

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  Everything must start somewhere. It is just as true for our planet as it is for learning a foreign language. That’s why we have two new courses to help you with those topics. Beginning Latin with Antoinette Franklin is a full-year course designed for children of all ages. Though Latin is not a native

Here’s One for the Books

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  Do you want to hear something absolutely amazing? SchoolhouseTeachers.com now has a Literacy Center! There is no need to look elsewhere for a curriculum to help teach your child to read. Your membership now includes one. Our Literacy Center is designed to help you determine where to begin reading instruction with your child. You

The Best Laid Plans

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  I have a child who almost can’t function without a plan. Disorganization is her enemy. Does this describe you or your child, too? If so, our new organizational tool could be just what you need. The staff at SchoolhouseTeachers.com is busy creating lesson plans for each course that will allow you to specify to

Rabbits and Revolution

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  I know, you think I’ve gone off my rocker. “Rabbits have nothing to do with revolutions,” you say. They do if they are two of the newest courses on SchoolhouseTeachers.com. American Revolution with A. K. Fielding is a nine-week course that introduces middle school students to the key battles—Lexington and Concord, Bunker Hill, Saratoga,

Take Note

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  We have new classes on SchoolhouseTeachers.com that are perfect for summer! Fun with Music by Susan Brown, is for children in elementary through high school. It is a collection of four games that use flash cards to help students learn important musical terminology including note names, music intervals and key signatures, symbols, and other

Great Imaginations

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  Whether it’s a classic book of the western world or a thoughtful and creative response to a daily writing prompt, great imaginations are at work. In Great Books with Dr. Hake, Part Two, high school students are taught by Steven Hake, the Chair of the Department of Classical Liberal Arts and Director of the

Keep It Up

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  The summer is a perfect time to regroup and be encouraged and to brush up on any skills that seemed to be lacking during the previous year. Growing in Homeschool Confidence with Willemien Kruger can help parents grow in their confidence and know-how of home education. Whether you’ve already made the decision to homeschool,

Servers and States

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  With two of the newest courses on SchoolhouseTeachers.com, students can learn about servers and states. SQL Server Beginner Course, taught by April Schroader, introduces 6th-12th graders to relational databases and SQL (Structured Query Language), starting with the basics of what relational databases are and how they are used in the real world and moving
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