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History in the Making

Friday, 27 February 2015 by

Our country has a fascinating history. We could read all the history books and still not know everything that took place. New stories come out virtually every day about some event or some amazing person in our past. With Everyday Explorers: USA, you can learn new facts about each of our fifty states. Visit historic

Charlotte Mason and Some Recognition

Thursday, 26 February 2015 by

While there are a variety of ways to homeschool, many choose the Charlotte Mason Homeschooling method or elements of it. Through sixteen weekly lessons, Cindy West takes us on a virtual tour of this method. If you have questions about Charlotte Mason, you’ll likely have them answered here. Cindy discusses living literature, copywork and dictation,

Don’t Play by the Book

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 by

Who wouldn’t love to learn if we could do it by playing games instead of only reading books? SchoolhouseTeachers.com understands the benefit of games in relation to learning. Pre-K Activities: Read and Play combines Sarah Gilbert and Wendy Woerner’s love of books with children’s love for play. After reading a story together, children and their

Solve the Puzzle

Tuesday, 24 February 2015 by

When a teenager has an idea for a business, the steps to getting started can seem like a puzzle. Sometimes all he/she needs is a nudge in the right direction. Carol Topp has provided an 8-week course for teens with a business idea to help solve that puzzle. Micro Business for Teens looks at what

Let Me Spell It Out for You

Monday, 23 February 2015 by

SchoolhouseTeachers.com is the place for your spelling needs. Located under the Dailies tab, Schoolhouse Spelling has lists for every level from PreK through high school. Did you know that high school students still need to practice their spelling? We’re never too old, right? Preschoolers have one year of material with videos and fun printable practice

This Little Light of Mine

Thursday, 19 February 2015 by

There are countless stories of Christians who have allowed their light to shine. Because of this, the Gospel has spread throughout the world. Students in all grade levels can meet some of these people in Classical History with Jennifer Courtney. Through written lessons, reading assignments from various texts including Scripture, activities for different age groups,

Fallacies and the Free Market

Wednesday, 18 February 2015 by

If you’ve ever found yourself scratching your head after watching a commerical, you might be wise to the fallacies employed by some advertisers. Every day we are bombarded with faulty reasoning and deception. Students can join Lisa Duffy for Logic a 15-week course that will help them to recognize the fallacies used by advertisers and

Learn from the Past

Tuesday, 17 February 2015 by

We can learn a great deal from those who went before us, if we would just take the time to read and understand. Rhonda Clark begins her Renaissance History journey in the 12th century and finishes up at the turn of the 18th century. Weekly lessons are provided and include text, writing assignments, crafts, notebooking