We have new photos added to our photo gallery plus new lessons all this month with Michele Peterson’s Photography class. Join us as we explore elements of design such as line, color, pattern, and texture. And students—don’t forget to send in your photos for our gallery! Brenda Ellis’ Art Techniques class will teach us
Whether your child wants to build a circle flyer or an atlas, SchoolhouseTeachers.com has resources that will help. Ed Sobey’s January Tinkers Club challenges kids to build their own circle flyers and take a look at aerodynamics. And Tyler Hogan’s Geography unit this month looks at what binds cultures together, the common factors that members
Just because a course has been completed doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy it on SchoolhouseTeachers.com! Look at these completed units that remain in our Teacher Lesson Archives: Asia: People and History Beginning Sewing: Historical Costumes Career Exploration Charlotte Mason Homeschooling Chemistry: All Things Matter Chemistry: Joey Hajda Classics-Based Writing Daily Math Everyday Explorers: Australia
The home state of Jefferson Davis was also the home state of Abraham Lincoln. Join Everyday Explorers: USA as we visit Kentucky all this month. We’ll learn about these two key men from history and explore other historic sites around Kentucky, including Mammoth Cave, the National Quilt Museum, and the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory.
Beth Gorden’s Sensory Learning for Toddlers takes a nautical twist as we study O is for Octopus and P is for Pirate! Make fun crafts, enjoy pretend play, enjoy themed picture books, and make an alphabet treasure map as we Play and Learn Our ABCs. The Homegrown Preschooler team has another month of outstanding
Images are everywhere—on our computers, tablets, devices, and movie screens. They are used to promote everything from products in the grocery store to fundraising events. Your students can learn how to make customizable videos with free online computer programs with Evonne Mandella as she teaches Experience Videomaking. And they can enter the world of html
French and Spanish—two of the languages that your student may need to grasp in order to live and work in a world that is growing more global by the day. Fortunately, you can find both languages on SchoolhouseTeachers.com. Greg Shone, co-creator of the French Essentials curriculum, is in his second year providing excellent French language
Who doesn’t enjoy a good book—especially when it’s free? For every month of the first year you are a member of SchoolhouseTeachers.com, you receive Monthly Bonus E-Books (150 in all) covering topics like math, reading, and science plus unit studies and books of encouragement for homeschooling parents. These books include titles such as the Curiosity