Teacher Lesson Archives Update

Teacher Lesson Archives

Are you looking for a previous lesson in one of our courses? You’ll find a link at the bottom of each course’s main page either to each individual past lesson or to the archive for that class. Or, jump directly to the archive from the links below. Everything is labeled and easy to find just where you left off! If you have any questions, please contact Bonnie Rose Hudson at bhudson@theoldschoolhouse.com.

Algebra For Kids

American History: Colonization Era

American Sign Language

Animal Science

Architecture (Introduction)

Art Techniques

Asia: People and History

Asia: Trade Route Safari

Beginning Sewing: Historical Costumes

Benjamin Franklin Writing Method

Biology

Botany

Bug Science

Career Exploration

Charlotte Mason Homeschooling

Charlotte Mason Preschool

Chemistry: All Things Matter

Chemistry: Joey Hajda

Classical Archaeology

Classical History

Classics-Based Writing

College Choice Guidance

Computer Science

Constitution and the Bill of Rights

Creative Writing

Economics

Elementary Math

Experience Videomaking

Family Fitness

Family Nutrition

Filmmaking

French

Geography with Terri Johnson

Geology

Guitar

Hands-on Hebrew

Home Economics with Heather Leach

Homegrown Preschooler

Homesteading

How to Write and Produce a Play

Imperial Russia

Internet Entrepreneurship

Keyboarding

Lapbooking

Literature

Literature Kits

Logic

Media Socialization

Microbusiness for Teens

Mock Trial

Music Theory

Music/Voice

Nature/Outdoors

Photography

Physics

Pre-Algebra

Public Speaking

Reading List (Suggested reading by Michelle Miller)

Renaissance History

Science Experiments

Scientific Method

Sensory Learning for Toddlers

Social Justice

Spanish

Special Needs

Statistics

Studio Art for Teens

Tinkers Club

Trigonometry

Violin (Beginner)

Whole Foods Cooking with Sue Gregg

Wildlife Adventures

Writing with Janice Campbell

Writing: Advertising Copywriting

Writing: Compare and Contrast Study

Writing: How to Write a College Admission Essay

Young Readers/Struggling Readers