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Building on the Basics

Thursday, 25 June 2015 by
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When we learn the basics of any subject or skill, we can build upon those to further our learning and ability. Students in grades 5-8 can work on their math skills with Daily Math. This is a collection of worksheets and drills that teach and reinforce math skills. More than 200 supplemental math worksheets and

Worms and Words

Wednesday, 24 June 2015 by
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Have you ever wanted to learn more about worms? No? I’ll bet your kids have. Now is the chance for you to learn about worms together, in Rosemarie Pagano’s Bug Science. Through this fourteen-lesson course, Rosemarie shares the elementary biology of worms and their role in the environment. She discusses good and bad worms, vermicomposting,

A Solid Foundation

Tuesday, 23 June 2015 by
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No matter what we do, a solid foundation is key to success. Beginning Violin with Nancy Blue, violin teacher and professional violinist, instructs students how to buy a violin and take care of it; tune it, hold it, and play it, beginning with scales and simple songs. Nancy’s lessons also instill a solid foundation in

Beyond the Book

Monday, 22 June 2015 by
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There is such a wide variety of teaching styles here on SchoolhouseTeachers.com. Your children are sure to find courses that appeal to their learning style, and you will find courses that present the information in a format that supports your role as teacher. Asia: Its People and History with Bonne Rose Hudson is one such

Teaching the Teens

Saturday, 20 June 2015 by
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With three teenagers myself, I often find it difficult to motivate them. I have one son who is very motivated by the thought of making money. Starting a Micro Business for Teens with Carol Topp is the perfect class for him. In just eight lessons, Carol helps middle and high school students learn about the

Seeing the Purpose

Friday, 19 June 2015 by
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When we take the time to truly study something, we can begin to see the purpose in it, whether it be a flower or a person’s life. Thankfully, we have the opportunity to do both through SchoolhouseTeachers.com. Botany with Julie Polanco teaches middle and high school students about plant cells, transpiration, plant defense, flowers and

A Classical Connection

Thursday, 18 June 2015 by
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Classics-Based Writing with Janice Campbell is a writing course for middle schoolers and high schoolers that enables students to gain a greater appreciation for classical literature, helps them recognize excellent writing and understand various literary terms and techniques, provides an expanded vocabulary, and promotes deep reading, copying, and transformation. Eleven classical works of literature are

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There are things in life that need attention or they can be forgotten. Two of these things are penmanship and our rights. Fortunately, SchoolhouseTeachers.com can help on both accounts. Students in preschool through middle school can practice their print and cursive writing with Everyday Copywork. Through Bible portions, excerpts of literature, grammar, foreign language, and

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