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Muster Your Courage

Wednesday, 01 July 2015 by
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Homeschooling is not for the faint of heart. Trials come our way, but we know we must work through them in order to provide our children the best possible education and life experience we can give them. If you’re new to homeschooling and could use some guidance and encouragement along the journey, be sure to

The Finer Things in Life

Tuesday, 30 June 2015 by
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Though we tend to focus on math, science, and language arts, our children need to learn to appreciate the finer things in life like art and drama, namely, Shakespeare. One of our newest courses is Art Appreciation: South African Art. This course, led by Elna Venter, focuses on eighteen South African artists from the 19th-21st

The Adventure of a Lifetime

Monday, 29 June 2015 by
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Would you agree that homeschooling is an adventure? There is always something new to learn. We learn about our children’s learning styles. We adapt our teaching. We search for the right curriculum. Another exciting adventure, for me, is reading the Bible. There is always something new to learn here as well. SchoolhouseTeachers.com has a new

Delight in the Diversity

Saturday, 27 June 2015 by
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If today we began studying all of the cultures, languages, and history of the world, we would never be able to learn it all. Fortunately, some of these things are available through SchoolhouseTeachers.com. Greg Shone teaches French to students in middle and high school, though elementary students can learn French, if they are ready to

Making the Connection

Friday, 26 June 2015 by
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There are many benefits to staying fit. We have increased energy. Our brains function better. Our stamina increases. The whole family can participate in Bethany Learn’s Family Fitness course. Through professional videos, printouts, and physical activities, Bethany teaches us about goal setting, patterns of movement, firming up our habits, posture, our core, and proper alignment.

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

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