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With a membership to SchoolhouseTeachers.com it is easy to find just the right courses to fit your family’s needs.
Courses are available by Grade Level and are easy to access.
Courses are also available / organized by Subject Area so you can find what you need that fits your interests.
These courses are USER FRIENDLY. Besides being extremely convenient and available 24/7 many of the courses also have varying components like choosing either to use the lessons online or download them to your computer, printable lessons, printable worksheets and video components, etc.
Once you select the class or classes you want to do, then each class has more user friendly information such as:
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In addition to the huge variety of courses, some of the other features I love about our Yearly Membership to SchoolhouseTeachers.com include:
Media Center which includes a FREE subscription to The World Book eBook Library. World Book is an online educational encyclopedia and resource hub filled with eBooks, written articles, videos, games, worksheets, quizzes, experiments, trivia, lesson plans and more. This is a new component of the Yearly Membership to SchoolhouseTeachers.com
Preschool Playground which includes a full curriculum covering a wide variety of subjects, plus lots of tutorials and helpful resources.
Numbers, Patterns, and Cognitive Skills
Manners and Healthy Habits
Arts, Crafts, and Music
Focused Learning Centers for kids who are struggling.
High School Helps includes a list of courses and tips and resources for fulfilling transcripts. There is also a really neat Highschool Planner you can print out to help your student set goals, organize assignments, and stay on track.
Special Needs Resources includes helpful tips for choosing curriculum and making modifications and adaptations to the lessons.
Literacy Center includes how to teach your child to read in 101 easy steps, and includes activities for better comprehension.
Just for Parents section that includes courses, planners, and unit studies to make it easier to balance homeschooling, managing your home, maintaining a healthy marriage, and much more.
Schoolhouse Expos is like being able to get all the great information at a homeschool conference (great speakers on a wide variety of homeschool topics) from the comfort of your living room!
Monthly Menu section helps you create family meals that your family will love.
TOS Magazine Resources
Certificate Library includes downloadable, printable certificates so parents can reward and motivate their students.
Help Charts include printable charts for homeschooling and household management.
Videos Library includes hundreds of free streaming videos.
We have been using SchoolhouseTeachers.com consistently for the past year in our homeschool. A great feature with this site is that no additional text books are required. Also most of the supplies needed for courses are usually found around your house or easily acquired through a local store or online if needed. But usually you can find away to do the class without additional expenses. Sometimes library books are suggested, but you can usually find everything you need on the internet for FREE.
We had used SchoolhouseTeachers.com a few years ago, prior to this past year, with a break in-between, and after using it again this past year I can honestly say their website just gets better and better each year with more classes and resources offered with your membership. I missed it the year we took off and was truly glad to have a subscription for 2017. As a member of the Homeschool Review Crew, we were sent a new 1 year subscription for 2018 in exchange for writing an honest review.
I like the variety of courses available to us, 350+ courses, plus videos, World Book eBook Library, printable resources, and more. I also like the freedom to choose as few or as many courses as we want that fit our family’s needs. I like the flexibility of doing the classes at our own pace and the ability to change courses if we desire and there are no penalties. I like all the special features for parents like making calendars, lessons plans, certificates of completion, and help with dinner menus. I especially like the variety of self-paced highschool courses available.
Some of the classes my kids used this past year from SchoolhouseTeachers.com are:
- Introduction To Architecture
- Elementary Art
- Drawing With Realism
- Leadership 101
- Public Speaking
- Studio Art For Teens
- Digital Art and Product Design For Small Business
- Introduction to Graphic Design
- Art Tips with Jan Brower
- Preschool Playground
- Bible Stories For Kids
Here are two examples of SchoolhouseTeachers.com courses the kids have taken.
Course Example 1:
Introduction to Architecture.
My son loves this course and he highly recommends it to other kids. It includes 37 lessons and qualifies for a full highschool credit on his transcript. This is a big course and covers 246 pages. Each lesson is several pages long and includes background and historical information, geography, maps, research, videos, websites, vocabulary worksheets, and architecture projects.
Module 1 – Ancient Structures
Lesson 1 – Introduction/Architecture in the Beginning
Lesson 2 – Pyramids
Lesson 3 – Pantheon
Lesson 4 – Parthenon
Lesson 5 – Coliseum
Lesson 6 – Petra
Lesson 7 – The Great Wall of China
Bonus Lesson 8 – Gingerbread Houses and Christmas Architecture
Module 2 – Transportation Structures
Lesson 9 – Tower Bridge
Lesson 10 – Brooklyn Bridge
Lesson 11 – Golden Gate Bridge
Lesson 12 – Panama Canal
Lesson 13 – Hoover Dam
Lesson 14 – Channel Tunnel
Module 3 – Living Structures
Lesson 15 – Neuschwanstein
Lesson 16 – Mount Vernon
Lesson 17 – Fallingwater
Module 4 – Entertainment/Touring Structures
Lesson 18 – Guggenheim
Lesson 19 – Eiffel Tower
Lesson 20 – Statue of Liberty
Lesson 21 – Washington Monument
Lesson 22 – Grand Canyon Skywalk
Lesson 23 – Spaceship Earth
Lesson 24 – Sydney Opera House
Module 5 – Skyscrapers
Lesson 25 – Empire State Building
Lesson 26 – Willis Tower
Lesson 27 – World Trade Center (before and after 911)
Lesson 28 – Petronas Towers
Lesson 29 – Taipei 101
Lesson 30 – Burj Khalifa
Module 6 – Worship Structures
Lesson 31 – St. Basil’s Cathedral
Lesson 32 – Cathedral of Notre Dame
Lesson 33 – St. Peter’s Basilica
Module 7 – Government Structures
Lesson 34 – Capitol Building
Lesson 35 – Pentagon
Lesson 36 – Architectural Fails
Lesson 37 – The Architect
For this course, and most of the courses we have used, we have had the option to download all of the lessons onto our computer with the provided link or use the lessons online. He wanted to download them, and he had quick and easy access and it was easy to download and save them to the computer.
Each time he logs in to his course at his convenience, he reads through his lesson, watches a few linked videos, prints out and completes a worksheet that includes vocabulary and definitions, world maps of locations of buildings, he researches and then puts this into his 3-ring binder, and then he completes a building challenge in almost every lesson.
Some of the building projects have been 3 D paper models of famous structures around the world such as Roman Coliseums and Pantheons and the Great Wall of China. One of the projects was building a ginger bread house. In the curriculum, there are many links to paper models you can print out and build and my son has made a few of them, but he prefers to use 3 D models made of metal, plastic, wood, or building blocks for building famous bridges and other structures. He has made a wish list of various models available on Amazon and Ebay that he wants us to buy for him and he plans to put them on a display shelf in his room when he finishes them. He is only half way through the course at this time and is really enjoying it.
Course Example 2:
Elementary Art covers 22 lessons /weeks including learning about 12 famous artists, 10 advent art lessons, art techniques, suggested library books, and looking up resources about each artist online and more.
My kids have enjoyed studying about 12 famous artists and their unique styles of art, and the projects they did in each style.
Lesson 1: Michelangelo
Lesson 2: Pablo Picasso
Lesson 3: Vincent van Gogh
Lesson 4: Georgia O’Keefe
Lesson 5: George Caleb Bingham
Lesson 6: Cassatt
Lesson 7: Grant Wood
Lesson 8: Rembrandt
Lesson 9: Pierre Renoir
Lesson 10: Andy Warhol
Lesson 11: Leonardo da Vinci
Lesson 12: Claude Monet
Here is an example of Lesson 2 and learning about the Abstract Art Style called Cubism by the famous artist Pablo Picasso.
Their project assignment for this lesson was to use various shapes cut from colored papers to make their own masterpiece. They really enjoyed this lesson.
Here is an example of Lesson 3 and a Van Gogh painting project.
We found a coloring page of Starry Night by Van Gogh. The kids didn’t want to finger paint this day, so they modified painting the picture using the pressure technique with a brush.
The course also contains another 10 lessons called Advent Art that centers around the Christmas holiday and the birth of Jesus Christ.
Lesson 1: First Saturday of Advent – Luke 1:26-28, 31 An Angel Appears
Lesson 2: First Sunday of Advent – Luke 1:46-55 Mary’s Song
Lesson 3: Second Saturday of Advent – Matthew 1:20 Joseph’s Dream
Lesson 4: Second Sunday of Advent – Luke 2:4-5 The Journey
Lesson 5: Third Saturday of Advent – Luke 2:6-7 He Has Come!
Lesson 6: Third Sunday of Advent – Isaiah 9:6 Prince of Peace
Lesson 7: Fourth Saturday of Advent – Luke 2:8-11 Good News of Great Joy
Lesson 8: Fourth Sunday of Advent – Luke 2:13-18 Glory to God in the Highest
Lesson 9: Christmas Eve – Matthew 2:1-11 Three Visitors, Three Gifts
Lesson 10: Christmas Day – John 1:14 The Word became Flesh!
We did not do all of the Advent Art section of the course as it is listed. Many of the arts and craft projects are designed to create a baby Jesus with felt, or paper plate angels, or star ornament with popsycle sticks, etc.
However there were a couple of projects in this section that I really liked such as Lesson 6 where the kids learn the “Names of God” and create a word picture.
Father God has many names. The lesson provides several names for your picture, however there is still room on the page to add several more.
Yahuah = Father, He who breaths life
Yahusha = Yahuah Saves
1. YAH (“I am”) = Father and Judge (Creator and King)
2. YAHuah (“I am He who breaths life”) = Father (Abba)
3. YAHusha (“I am He who saves”) = Yahuah Saves = Son (Jesus)
4. Ruach HaQodesh (“the Dedicated Breath”) = Holy Spirit
5. Adonai (“Master”) = Lord
6. HaMashiach (“the Dedicated One”) = MessiYAH (Christ)
7. HalleluYAH = “You follow The Way of YAH”
Learning the names of God and making a list of his names on beautiful paper is fun to do. This makes a lovely picture to hang on the wall, or put in a frame, and remind yourself and your kids of how great and loving Father God is and that he sent a part of himself, his only son, to save us.
I plan to tweak the Advent section of the Elementary Art course. I want to add in a few other bible art projects, while still focusing on the suggested bible scriptures about God sending his son Jesus to save mankind. One tweak I am making is to help my kids create a bible art journal that includes the scriptures about Jesus Christ the Messiah. I alternated colored paper and lined writing sheets so they can have plenty of space for writing and for art. It has a “Jesus Christ Messiah” theme instead of a “Christmas holiday” theme and I believe will be more beneficial in learning about and focusing on faith in Jesus year around. I am debating what binding to use for this project, so for now, the pages are loose and put into a folder. I may simply use a three ring binder for them so it will be easy to add more pages when desired. This journal will be a great way to keep related bible art projects and bible scriptures together and will make a fun memory book and encourage their faith.
Coming UP for 2018
Coming up this semester, some of the courses we will be using include:
- Classic Architecture
- All About Art
- Accounting 101
- Starting A Micro-Business For Teens
- Early American History
- Changes in Transportation, Communication, and Technology
- Whole Foods Cooking with Sue Gregg
- Fun With Cooking
- Health and Fitness
- More Preschool Playground!
- Camping With Jesus course is filled with activities and discusses issues such as: What Will Heaven be Like? What Is Sin? Who Is Jesus, and Why Did He Die on the Cross? What Does It Mean to be Forgiven? How Do I Grow to Know God More?
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