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Puzzling Over Words

Thursday, 31 July 2014 by

Why write fiction? That’s the question Carrie Daws explores in the first month of her new Creative Writing course on SchoolhouseTeachers.com. Are fictional tales simply stories, or are they something more? We’ll look at why readers choose to read what they do and what the author’s responsibility to the reader is. We’ll also evaluate our

For the Father and By the FATHER

Tuesday, 29 July 2014 by

Michelle Miller’s Monthly Reading List is a superb resource for living books about specific topics. She then connects her topics to science, math, art, and history. For the month of July, she honors fathers. So, you will find books about father penguins, Galileo and his daughter, Charles Wilson Peale and his sons, and Theodore Roosevelt

Electives for Everybody

Monday, 28 July 2014 by

Since learning is just as important for the preschooler as it is for the high schooler, SchoolhouseTeachers.com has classes for children in all grades and age ranges. Pre-K Activities: Read and Play is a fun class in which a book is read and many activities are provided to make the book come alive for the

What a Wonderful World!

Saturday, 26 July 2014 by

SchoolhouseTeachers.com has many classes that allow students to explore our world, from geography and geology to physics and chemistry. Botany is a middle and high school class led by Julie Polanco which focuses on plants. This month she is teaching about the respiratory and circulatory systems of plants and how they work. She discusses why

When Credit is a Good Thing

Friday, 25 July 2014 by

Many of the high school classes on SchoolhouseTeachers.com contain enough information and activities for students to receive a semester or a full year’s worth of credit. Simply look for the gray academic credit box that surrounds the red, informational box on the introductory page for each class. At the bottom of that page, there is


Have you gone on vacation yet this summer? Are you still thinking about squeezing something in before school starts? Let SchoolhouseTeachers.com be your travel agent. We’ve got a few different options. The first itinerary is out of this world. Everyday Astronomy under the Dailies tab will take you on a guided tour of the planets

Acceptance and Contentment

Monday, 21 July 2014 by

When we are content with what we have and accept the way things are, we find ourselves at peace. Two of the reading selections for this month help to teach this. Lapbooking with Kimm Bellotto looks at the fable The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse. Through this story, young children can learn a great

Live the Life You Love

Saturday, 19 July 2014 by

Will you be visiting a National Park this year? Follow Patrick Nurre in his Geology course as he studies these natural wonders. Learn about the history, the landforms, and the men instrumental in establishing these areas as national parks. When Mr. Nurre was in second grade he found his first dinosaur bone. This began a