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For an at-a-glance summary of the courses with video or text, here is a table.

 

Alphabetical list of courses and their components

Courses are listed alphabetically. Click on the tab with the first letter of your course to find the components.

A Century of Art

  • Components: Printable lessons, art projects, and links to online resources
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: Middle School

A Study of Extraordinary Women in the Bible

  • Components: Text based lessons
  • Length: 18 lessons
  • Grades: 6–12

A World of Animals

  • Components: Online readings and printable worksheets
  • Length: 43 self-paced units
  • Grades: Elementary

ABC: What Will I Be?

  • Components: Printables, instructions for hands-on activities, and links to resources
  • Length: Weekly lessons covering the entire alphabet from A to Z
  • Grade: Preschool

ABC with ME - History

  • Components/Length: ABC with ME - History includes 26 weekly units
  • Grades: Preschool–Kindergarten

Accounting 101

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with printable assignments and answer keys where needed (parental understanding of accounting is not required)
  • Length: 18 lessons
  • Grades: High School

Achieving Art Success with ArtAchieve

  • Components: Video, printable, online, and hands-on resources
  • Length: 60+ lessons
  • Grades: 1–12

Addressing Cultural Issues

  • Components: Videos and worksheets
  • Length: Over 6 hours of video
  • Grades: High School

Advanced Apologetics

  • Components: Lectures in audio format
  • Length: 183 lectures, 150+ hours
  • Grades: High School

Advanced Chemistry

  • Components: Weekly video lessons with printable worksheets, practice exercises, and tests (answer keys are included for the parents)
  • Length: 25 weekly lessons
  • Grades: High School

Advanced Music Theory

  • Length: 15 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 9–12

Advanced Public Speaking

  • Components: Printable lessons along with informative websites and occasional videos
  • Length: 18 weeks
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Advanced Spanish Fluency

  • Components: Sixteen stories (text and audio) and a Spanish vocabulary guide (text and audio)
  • Length: 15 stories
  • Grades: High School

Adventures in Writing

  • Components: Printable lessons, worksheets, report pages, and handouts
  • Length: 10 lessons may be completed weekly or at the student’s own pace
  • Grades: Elementary

Adventures of Carlos Caterpillar

  • Components: Videos
  • Length: 12 videos
  • Grades: Preschool–Elementary

Adventures of Donkey Ollie

  • Components: Video specials
  • Length: 13 half-hour specials
  • Grades: Preschool–Elementary

Adventures with Books

  • Components: Printable units of books and activities based on various themes
  • Length: 18 units
  • Parent Resource

African American Literature

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with reading and journaling assignments
  • Length: 18 weekly lessons
  • Grades: High School

Age of Revolution

  • Components: Printable lessons with assignments and answer key
  • Length: 34 weeks
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Algebra 1

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with problems and assignments
  • Length: 36 weekly lessons
  • Grades: High School

Algebra 2

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 36 weekly lessons
  • Grades: High School

Algebra For Kids

  • Components: Worksheets that teach important algebraic principles that students as young as first and second grade can learn and retain
  • Length: 13 worksheets
  • Grades: Worksheets are designed for third and fourth graders; however, they may be suitable for first, second, and fifth graders as well

All About Animals

  • Components: Online readings and activities
  • Length: 14 self-paced units
  • Grades: Elementary

All About Art

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activities
  • Length: 6 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

All About Careers

  • Components: Printable units exploring careers
  • Length: 11 printable units
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

All About Maps

  • Components: Printable lessons with activity suggestions
  • Length: 9 units of varying lengths
  • Grades: Kindergarten–Middle School

All About Shapes

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 11 weekly lessons
  • Grade: Preschool

All About the Alphabet

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 25 weekly lessons (some letters are combined)
  • Grade: Preschool

America in the 1800s

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 18 weeks
  • Grades: 4–6

American Folklore

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 26 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

American Government

  • Components: Printable lessons with assignments
  • Length: 18 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

American History for Beginners

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 34 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

American History: From Columbus to 1914 with Socratic Discussion

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with video
  • Length: 32 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

American History in Picture Books

  • Components: Printable lesson plans with suggested activities
  • Length: 17 Units
  • Grades: Elementary

American History: Post-Civil War through WWI

  • Components: Printable lessons and assignments
  • Length: 18 weeks
  • Grades: 5–7

American History: Pre-Civil War to Reconstruction

  • Components: Printable lessons and assignments
  • Length: 18 weeks
  • Grades: 5–6

American Literature in Historical Context

  • Components: Printable lessons, assessments, and parent resources
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 9–12

American Revolution

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with daily readings and/or assignments
  • Length: 9 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School

Analyzing Science Fiction Literature from a Christian Worldview

  • Components: Text based
  • Length: 7 units
  • Grades: 11–12

Analyzing, Understanding, and Exploring Literature

  • Components: Printable parent guide, lessons, and worksheets
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 6–8

Anatomy & Physiology

  • Length:  36 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 9–12

Ancient Citizens in Ancient Civilizations

  • Components: Text-based lessons with supplemental video
  • Length: 9 lessons
  • Grades: 5–7

Ancient History: Babylonian Life and Mythology

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 18 weekly lessons
  • Grades: High School

Ancient History for Elementary

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activities or activity suggestions
  • Length: 36 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Ancient World History

  • Components: Text-based
  • Length: 36 weeks (with an 18-week option)
  • Grades: 5–6

Animal Science

  • Components: Weekly lessons with homework assignments, reading assignments, worksheets, and occasional video links
  • Length: 27 weekly lessons
  • Grades: 7–12 (Note: animal reproduction is covered)

Appreciating the Gift of Music

  • Components: Printable lessons and activities
  • Length: 18 weeks
  • Grade: Kindergarten

Apologetics: Creation vs. Evolution

  • Components: Weekly video lessons with printable study note worksheets
  • Length: 14 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Around the World with Stories

  • Components: Online reading units
  • Length: 10 colorful online books
  • Grade: Preschool

Art & History: Interconnected

  • Components: Printable lessons, online material, and art projects
  • Length: 18 weeks
  • Grades: 9–12

Art: The Timeless Treasure

  • Components: Printable lessons, art projects, and links to online resources
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: High School

Art Tips with Jan Bower

  • Components: Weekly video tips
  • Length: 28 tips
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Asia: Its People and History

  • Components: Short stories, nonfiction history accounts, worksheets, puzzles, and games
  • Length: 20 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Asia: Trade Route Safari

  • Components: Weekly lessons exploring one country and one animal from a different Asian country each week; science, spelling, writing, history, and other subjects are incorporated; a printable notebooking page is included with each lesson.
  • Length: 38 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

ASL Adventures

  • Components: Video-based lessons and printable resources
  • Length: 15 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Ayo's Awesome Adventures Around the World for Kids

  • Length: 10 eBooks
  • Content type: Online eBooks
  • Grades: 2–4

Baby Beginnings

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 18 weekly lessons
  • Parent Resource

Basic Conversational Korean

  • Components: Text based with audio/video elements
  • Length: 1 or 2 years
  • Grades: 9–12

Before the Renaissance: Middle School World History

  • Length: 18 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 6–7

Beginner Drum Lessons

  • Length: 12 units
  • Content type: Video and Text
  • Grades: 3–12

Beginning Handwriting and Phonics

  • Components: Printable lessons and activities
  • Length: 32 weeks
  • Grades: Preschool–Kindergarten

Beginning Latin

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with quizzes and worksheets
  • Length: 24 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Beginning Listening and Speaking Skills

  • Components: Printable lessons and hands-on activities
  • Length: 6 weeks
  • Grades: Kindergarten through Grade 1

Beginning Violin

  • Components: Video-based instruction with downloadable music sheets
  • Length: 32 lessons with videos of varying lengths
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Benjamin Franklin Writing Method

  • Components: Weekly lessons teach writing skills by applying the method Benjamin Franklin used to teach himself to write; some readings will be provided; others will need to be chosen and/or obtained by the parent from your local library
  • Length: 24 weeks
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Bible Adventures

Bible Stories for Kids

  • Components: Video specials and printable worksheets
  • Length: 23 units
  • Grades: Elementary

Bible Study for Preteens

  • Components: Printable daily lessons
  • Length: 18-week study for girls or 10-week study for boys
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Bold Explorers

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 7 weeks
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Botany: Plant Science and Field Studies

  • Components: Text based lessons
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Breadmaking Devotional

  • Components: Text with Video Enrichment
  • Length: 12 units
  • Grades: 1–12

Building a Foundation with Kindergarten Math

  • Components: Printable lessons and numerous activities
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grade: Kindergarten

Building Faithful Marriages

  • Components: Videos and study questions
  • Length: Over 3 hours of video and 100+ study questions
  • Parent Resource

Business Plan Creation

  • Components: Printable lessons to be taken at your own pace along with instructional videos
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: High School

Camping with Jesus

  • Components: Monthly units including a two-minute video, coloring page, lesson, and activities
  • Length: 5 monthly units
  • Grades: Elementary

Career Exploration

  • Components: Informative articles, self-inventory worksheets, relevant websites, and inspiring true stories that encourage students in their career pursuits
  • Length: 8 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Charlotte Mason Preschool

  • Components: Monthly units focused on nature study, living books, handicrafts, fine arts, and early academics
  • Length: 6 self-contained monthly units
  • Grade: Preschool

Checks and Balances

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activities
  • Length: 4 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Chemistry: All Things Matter

  • Components: Slide show presentations, web resources, printable worksheets, and experiments
  • Length: 12 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School

Chemistry Help

  • Components: Thirty-six short instructional chemistry videos, printable worksheet, printable answer key, and video explanation of the answer key
  • Length: 36 supplemental units
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Christian Values in J.R.R. Tolkien

  • Components: 18 printable weekly lessons; an instant download of this course is available
  • Length: 18 lessons are designed to be completed weekly or once every 2 weeks.
  • Grades: High School

Church History

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons, each broken into 4 daily assignments
  • Length: 12 weekly lessons
  • Grades: High School

Civil Rights Movement

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 18 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Classical Archaeology

  • Components: Printable lessons include links to numerous additional online resources and author’s personal photos of sites around the world
  • Length: 5 individual units covering 17 weeks
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Classical History

  • Components: Written lessons with reading assignments and activities as well as links to slide shows, videos, and additional resources
  • Length: 29 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Classical Mythology

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: High School

Classics-Based Writing

  • Components: Short classical works of literature, introduction of literary devices, questions for further discussion, encouragement to create independent works of literature
  • Length: Each of 11 classical pieces spans 4 weeks
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Classics of English Literature

  • Components: Text-based lessons
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: High School

College Choice Guidance

  • Components: Bi-monthly lessons walk high school students and their parents through the process of choosing a college, applying for financial aid, and attending college; material for freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and parents is provided
  • Length: The course is designed to take students and their parents through 4 years of preparation; 52+ weeks of material
  • Grades: High School

Color Block Handwriting

  • Components: Text based
  • Length: 52 letter units
  • Grades: Kindergarten through Grade 2

Composing with the Masters

  • Components: Printable lessons and links to videos of compositions studied
  • Length: 22 weeks
  • Grades: 8–12

Constitution and the Bill of Rights

  • Components: Analysis and study of the Constitution and Bill of Rights, prompts for independent study, term paper assignments, and exams
  • Length: 16 lessons that can be done weekly or bi-monthly
  • Grades: High School

Covering All the Bases: Geometric Area and Volume

  • Components: Video based
  • Length: 7 weeks
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Crafting Fiction

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 7 weeks
  • Grades: 5–7

Creating and Implementing A Personal Strategic Plan

  • Components: Printable ebook
  • Length: 3-part study
  • Parent Resource

Creating Dynamic Characters

  • Components: Printable weekly assignments
  • Length: 3 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School

Creation Apologetics

  • Components: Videos
  • Length: 19 videos totaling approximately 16 hours
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Creation, Nature, and You

  • Components: Videos and printable worksheets
  • Length: 11 videos
  • Grades: Elementary

Creation Worldview

  • Components: Videos with occasional printable worksheets
  • Length: Self-paced with approximately 2 hours of video content
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Creative Composition

  • Components: Printable lessons and assignments
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: 4–6

Creative Storytelling

  • Components: Printable lessons with writing assignments
  • Length: 15 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Creative Writing

  • Components: Printable lessons that focus on modern fiction writing techniques
  • Length: 24 weekly lessons
  • Ages: Middle School–High School

Curious Science

  • Components: Printable monthly units
  • Length: 18 months
  • Grades: Elementary

Daily Discoveries

  • Components: Self-contained unit studies with an emphasis on science, vocabulary, and math
  • 4 month-long unit studies
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Daily Grammar for Middle School

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 16 weeks
  • Grades: 6–9

Daily Math

  • Components: Worksheets and math speed drills
  • Length: More than 200 supplemental math worksheets and drills
  • Grades: 5–8

Daily Puzzlers

  • Components: 100 printable puzzles
  • Length: Students can complete 1 a day for 100 days or do them whenever they would like
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Daily Writing

  • Components: Printable writing prompts for every weekday are available each month
  • Length: More than 1,500 prompts
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Decimal Workshop

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 10 lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Digging for Treasure

  • Components: Printable scavenger hunts
  • Length: 4 units
  • Grade: Family

Digital Art and Product Design for Small Business

  • Components: Printable lessons with activities
  • Length: 36 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Dinosaurs and the Bible

  • Components: Weekly video slideshow and downloadable worksheet, self-correcting assignments
  • Length: 16 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Disconnected: Connecting with Teens in a Digital Age

  • Components: Video series for parents with study worksheet
  • Length: 51-minute video special
  • Parent Resource

Discovering American Folktales

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 6 weeks
  • Grades: Kindergarten through Grade 2

Discovering Art History

  • Components: Printable lessons and famous artwork cards
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: 4–5

Discovering Disgusting Creatures

  • Length: 8 units
  • Content type: Online reading, worksheets
  • Grades: 4–6

Discovering Our Amazing God

  • Components: Text-based lessons
  • Length: Over 90 daily assignments
  • Grades: 7–9

Discovering Poetic Elements

  • Components: 24 printable lessons with assignments
  • Length: 8 weeks
  • Grades: 5–7

Ditch the Desk

  • Components/Length: 24 weekly or monthly unit studies
  • Grades: Kindergarten through Grade 5

Donkey Ollie and the Lord’s Prayer

  • Components: Downloadable picture books (printing optional)
  • Length: 10 stories
  • Grades: Preschool–Elementary

Donkey Ollie and the Miracles of Jesus

  • Components: Downloadable picture books (printing optional)
  • Length: 10 stories
  • Grades: Preschool–Elementary

Donkey Ollie and the Names of God

  • Components: Downloadable picture books (printing optional)
  • Length: 10 stories
  • Grades: Preschool–Elementary

Donkey Ollie and the Parables of Jesus

  • Components: Downloadable picture books (printing optional)
  • Length: 40 stories
  • Grades: Preschool–Elementary

Donkey Ollie and the Ten Commandments

  • Components: Downloadable picture books (printing optional)
  • Length: 10 stories
  • Grades: Preschool–Elementary

Drawing in Pen and Ink

  • Components: Videos and printables
  • Length: 12 lessons
  • Grades: 4–10

Drawing with Realism

  • Components: Drawing demonstrations on video, showing how to render a variety of textured objects with a high degree of realism
  • Length: 12 units
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Drive Thru History: American History

  • Components: Videos with printable worksheets
  • Length: 12 half-hour episodes
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Drive Thru History: Ancient History

  • Components: Videos with printable worksheets
  • Length: 12 45-minute episodes
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Drive Thru History: Bible Backroads

  • Components: Videos with printable worksheets
  • Length: 72+ short episodes
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Drive Thru History: Bible Unearthed - Biblical Archaeology

  • Components: Videos with printable worksheets
  • Length: 12 episodes
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Early American Civilizations

  • Length: 28 lessons
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 5–7

Early American History

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with daily readings and/or assignments
  • Length: 16 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Earth Science

  • Components: Weekly video lessons with printable worksheets, study guides, and quizzes (answer keys are included for the parents)
  • Length: 27 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Editing Photos with GIMP

  • Components: Text
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 6–12

Elementary Art

  • Components: Weekly printable lessons
  • Length: 27 weeks
  • Grades: Elementary

Elementary Economics for First Grade

  • Components: Printable lessons with activities
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: 1–2

Elementary Economics for Second Grade

  • Components: Printable lessons with activities
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: 2–3

Elementary Economics for Third Grade

  • Components: Printable lessons with activities
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: 3–4

Elementary Economics for Fourth Grade: Global Economics

  • Components: Printable lessons and activities
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grade: 4

Elementary Economics for Fifth Grade: Interdependent Economics

  • Components: Printable lessons and activities
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grade: 5

Elementary Economics for Sixth Grade: Currency and Its Impact

  • Components: Printable lessons and activities
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grade: 6

Elementary Writing with Structure

  • Length: 36 lessons
  • Content type: Text
  • Grades: 3–4

Elements of Literature

  • Components: Printable lessons, assessments, and parent resources
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 7–9

Encouragement for Homeschool Moms

  • Components: Downloadable eBook
  • Length: 31 short studies
  • Parent Resource

ESL Language Arts

  • Components: Weekly printable lessons with answer keys
  • Length: 32 weekly lessons
  • Grade: Family

ESL Vocabulary

  • Components: Weekly printable and online resources that can help parents teaching ESL vocabulary in their home
  • Length: 8 weekly lessons
  • Grade: Family

Essay Writing 101

  • Components: Printable lessons with writing assignments
  • Length: 7 monthly units
  • Grades: Middle–High School

Everyday Astronomy

  • Components: Printable daily lessons
  • Length: More than 180 daily worksheets exploring the solar system
  • Grades: Elementary

Everyday Copywork

  • Components: 100s of printable copywork worksheets (English) and a number of printable copywork sheets (Spanish) in print and cursive to trace and copy; alphabet worksheets are provided for younger students
  • Length: 150+ passages
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Everyday Easels

  • Components: Printable unit studies spanning 5 or 10 days
  • Length: More than 75 units are available for use at any time
  • Grades: Projects and assignments are given for Kindergarten-2nd grade, 3rd-6th grade, and 7th-12th grade

Everyday Explorers: Australia & New Zealand

  • Components: Monthly units take students across Australia and New Zealand, exploring historic locations and meeting exotic animals; activities are provided for Kindergarten-2nd grade, 3rd-6th grade, and 7th-12th grade
  • Length: 7 monthly units of 4 weeks each
  • Grades: Kindergarten–High School

Everyday Explorers: Canada

  • Components: Monthly units take students across Canada, exploring historic locations; activities are provided for Kindergarten-2nd grade, 3rd-6th grade, and 7th-12th grade
  • Length: 11 monthly units of 4 weeks each
  • Grades: Kindergarten–High School

Everyday Explorers: USA

  • Components: Monthly units take students across the United States, exploring historic locations. Activities are provided for Kindergarten-2nd grade, 3rd-6th grade, and 7th-12th grade.
  • Length: 22 units
  • Grades: Kindergarten–High School

Everyday Games

  • Components: Daily printable board games that make early reading and math skills fun
  • Length: 100s of games; new games added regularly
  • Grades: Preschool–Elementary

Everyday Organization

  • Components/Length: 116 tips that can be done daily or incorporated into your usual schedule
  • Parent Resource

Expanding Your Writing Skills

  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Content type: Text and writing assignments
  • Grades: 4–5

Expansion, Independence, and War

  • Length: 36 weeks, 5 days a week
  • Content type: Text based
  • Grades: 7–9

Experience History: Creation to the Reformation

  • Components: Printable lessons and audio lectures
  • Length: 33 weeks
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Experiencing Epics and Poetry

  • Components: Text-based lessons
  • Length: 18 lessons
  • Grades: 7–8

Experiencing Weather

  • Components: Printable unit studies with hands-on activities
  • Length: 5 stand-alone units
  • Grades: 4–5

Exploring Citizenship in First Grade

  • Components: Printable resources
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grade: 1

Exploring Creative Writing

  • Components: Printable lessons and assignments
  • Length: 16 weeks
  • Grades: 6–8

Exploring Elementary World Geography

  • Length: 7 units
  • Content type: Text and map work
  • Grades: 1–4

Exploring God’s World with Kindergarten Science

  • Components: Printable lessons with worksheets and activities
  • Length: 18 weekly lessons divided into 90 daily units
  • Grade: Kindergarten

Exploring God’s World with First Grade Science

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activity suggestions
  • Length: 18 lessons, each designed to be used over 2 weeks
  • Grade: 1

Exploring God’s World with Second Grade Science

  • Components: Text-based
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grade: 2

Exploring God’s World with Third Grade Science

  • Components: Text-based
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grade: 3

Exploring God’s World with Fourth Grade Science

  • Components: Printable lessons, reading labs, worksheets, quizzes, and experiments
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grade: 4

Exploring God’s World with Fifth Grade Science

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with questions and periodic activity suggestions
  • Length: 32 weekly lessons
  • Grade: 5

Exploring God's World with Sixth Grade Science

  • Content type: Text-based content, hands-on activities, and online resources
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grade: 6

Exploring Literature

  • Components: Text based
  • Length: 20 weeks
  • Grades: 8–10

Exploring Poetry with Notebooking

  • Length: 20 poems (4 weeks)
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 4–6

Exploring Social Studies for Beginners

  • Components: Printable lessons and assignments
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: Kindergarten through Grade 1

Exploring the World of Art

  • Components: Assortment of video and text-based lessons
  • Length: 46 lessons
  • Grades: 3–12

Family Fitness

  • Components: Lesson instruction provided through the use of professional videos, printouts, and physical activities
  • Length: 3 modules of 4 lessons each
  • Grade: Family

Family Music for Preschoolers

  • Components: Videos
  • Length: 6 units plus bonus units
  • Grade: Preschool

Family Nutrition

  • Components: Weekly lessons including printable text, worksheets, and recipes with occasional videos and quizzes
  • Length: 14 weeks
  • Grade: Family

Fashions in History

  • Components: Leveled reading for all ages, printable lessons, and activities
  • Length: 11 weeks plus numerous optional extension activities
  • Grades: 3–12

Figures in History

  • Components: Standing cutouts, word puzzles, coloring sheets, written fact sheet, and more
  • Length: Each unit is available for a limited time; units are not permanently archived
  • Grades: Elementary

Filmmaking

  • Components: Detailed video instruction along with assignments at the end of each video
  • Length: 33 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Finally Conquer Fractions

  • Components: The course includes 15 videos and 8 printable handouts
  • Length: A 23 part series designed to be completed at your own pace
  • Parent Resource

Foods and Food Production

  • Length: 26 lessons
  • Content type: Text and online videos and reading
  • Grades: 1–3

Fraction Workshop

  • Components: Weekly units that build on previous lessons; all include printable instructions, practice problems, and answer keys
  • Length: 12 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Free Market Economics

  • Components: Weekly lessons based on video lectures and online readings; course includes reading assignments, writing assignments, quizzes, a midterm, and a final exam
  • Length: 24 weekly lessons will be presented; new lessons post weekly
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Free Men and Free Markets: Government and Economics

  • Components: Video, PowerPoint, PDF
  • Length: 5 lectures/10 hours
  • Grades: 9–12

French for All Ages

  • Components: Text and audio
  • Length: Multiple levels; 36 weeks each
  • Grades: 1–12

Friendly Anatomy

  • Components: 4.5 hours of video lectures, text resources, tests, and answer keys
  • Length: 13 lessons
  • Grades: 9–12

Friendly Chemistry

  • Components: Text-based lessons; weekly videos related to the topic; practice pages, quizzes, and tests (answer keys provided)
  • Length: 14 weeks
  • Grades: High School

Friendly Driver's Ed

  • Components: Text-based lessons
  • Length: 20 weeks
  • Grades: 9–12

From Aardvark to Zucchini

  • Components: Animated video specials
  • Length: 26 episodes, each approximately 23 minutes long
  • Grade: Preschool

Fundamental Elements of Literature and Composition

  • Length: 16 weeks
  • Content type: Text
  • Grades: 7–9

Fun with Cooking

  • Components: Printable lessons and recipes with numerous activities
  • Length: 28 lessons
  • Grades: 2–6

Fun with Fairy Tales

  • Components: Printable lessons with activities
  • Length: 9 lessons
  • Grades: 2–4

Fun with Gravity and Climate

  • Components: Printable lessons and activities
  • Length: 13 weeks
  • Grades: 2–3

Fun with Music

  • Components: Printable games
  • Length: Collection of 4 related games
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Fun with Science

  • Components: Printable lessons and hands-on activities
  • Length: 18 weeks
  • Grades: 1–2

General Biology by Core Academy

  • Components: Weekly video lessons with printable worksheets and tests (answer keys are included)
  • Length: 32 weekly lessons
  • Grades: High School

Geography of the Bible

  • Components: Videos and printable worksheets
  • Length: 16 units
  • Grades: High School

Geology

  • Components: Weekly audio slideshow and downloadable worksheet, final exam included, self-correcting assignments
  • Length: Multiple 16-week units
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Geometry in Real Life

  • Length: Full year/36 weeks
  • Content type: Text based
  • Grades: High School

Getting Started with American History for Kindergarten

  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Content type: Text and many hands-on activities
  • Grade: Kindergarten

God's Beautiful Creatures

  • Components: eBooks with additional printable and hands-on activities
  • Length: 10 eBooks
  • Grades: Kindergarten through Grade 2

Going Deeper: Exploring God's Word

  • Components: Videos, worksheets, Bible reading, research
  • Length: 18 weeks
  • Grades: 912

Great Books with Dr. Hake, Part One

  • Components: 18 printable weekly lessons; an instant download of this course is available
  • Length: 18 lessons are designed to be completed weekly or once every 2 weeks.
  • Grades: High School

Great Books with Dr. Hake, Part Two

  • Components: 18 printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 18 lessons are designed to be completed weekly or once every 2 weeks.
  • Grades: High School

Great Leaders in History

  • Length: 18 week
  • Content type: Text and printable activities
  • Grades: 3–4

Great Musicians

  • Components: Printable units with simple comprehension questions
  • Length: 12 units
  • Grades: Elementary

Growing Healthy in First Grade

  • Components: Printable lessons with activities
  • Length: 9 lessons
  • Grade: 1

Growing Healthy in Second Grade

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grade: 2

Growing Healthy in Third Grade

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grade: 3

Growing Healthy in Fourth Grade

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grade: 4

Growing in Citizenship in Second Grade

  • Components: Printable lessons and a variety of assignments
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grade: 2

Growing in Homeschool Confidence

  • Components: Written articles with discussion questions and homework assignments
  • Length: 18 weekly articles
  • Parent Resource

Guitar

  • Components: Instruction through video, diagrams, and downloadable pages from instructor’s own music books
  • Length: 8 units broken into 28 lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Hands-on Architecture

  • Components: Unit 1, Unit 2, and Unit 3 each contain nine printable lessons along with step-by-step photos where needed and samples of prior student’s work
  • Length: A total of 27 weekly lessons are be presented in 3, 9-lesson units
  • Grades: ElementaryMiddle School

Hands-On Design Fun

  • Components: Printable lessons with numerous activities
  • Length: 41 lessons
  • Grades: 2–6

Hands-On Learning Activities Through Crafts

  • Length: Ongoing series of units
  • Content type: Video-based
  • Grades: 2–9

Hands-On Math Help with Cuisenaire Rods

  • Components: Video
  • Length: 45 lessons
  • Parent Resource

Hands-On Notebooking: The United States

  • Length: 50 lessons
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: Kindergarten through Grade 2

Hard Times and Hope

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 9 lessons
  • Grades: 1–2

Having Fun with Kindergarten Science

  • Components: Printable components, book lists, and hands-on activities
  • Length: 22 weeks
  • Grades: Kindergarten through Grade 1

Health 101

  • Components: 32 weekly downloadable text-based lessons
  • Length: 12 monthly units broken into 32 weekly units
  • Grades: Middle School

Help Me Get Organized

  • Components: Downloadable and/or printable eBooks
  • Length: Collection of 5 eBooks
  • Parent Resource

Help Me Stay the Course

  • Components: Downloadable and/or printable eBooks
  • Length: Collection of 15 eBooks
  • Parent Resource

Help Me Teach My Student to Write

  • Components: Downloadable and/or printable eBooks
  • Length: Collection of 6 eBooks
  • Parent Resource

Here to Help Writing Flight 1, Paragraph Level

  • Components: Video-based with worksheets
  • Length: 32 weeks
  • Grades: 1–3

Here to Help Writing Flight 2, Paragraph Level

  • Components: Video-based with worksheets
  • Length: 32 weeks
  • Grades: 1–3

Here to Help Writing Flight 3, Paragraph Level

  • Components: Video-based with worksheets
  • Length: 32 weeks
  • Grades: 1–3

Here to Help Writing Flight 1, Essay Level

  • Components: Video-based with worksheets
  • Length: 32 weeks
  • Grades: 4–7

Here to Help Writing Flight 2, Essay Level

  • Components: Video-based with worksheets
  • Length: 32 weeks
  • Grades: 4–7

Here to Help Writing Flight 3, Essay Level: Write a Book Project

  • Components: Video-based with worksheets
  • Length: 32 weeks
  • Grades: 5–8

Heritage Crafts

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 8 units
  • Grade: Family

High School Home Economics

  • Length:  18 units
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 9–12

History Around the World

  • Components: Text-based lessons
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 4–5

History of Air Travel

  • Components: Online readings and downloadable worksheets
  • Length: 5 self-paced units
  • Grades: Elementary

History of Ancient Civilizations

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 18-week and 36-week options
  • Grades: 4–6

History of Christianity

  • Components: Videos and printable worksheets
  • Length: 13 weeks
  • Grades: 9–12

History of Holidays in America

  • Components: Printable unit
  • Length: Unit covers more than 20 holidays and celebrations that can be studied in a variety of ways on any schedule
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Home Economics

  • Components: Monthly units build on each other minimally; each unit contains printable lessons, activities, and enrichment resources
  • Length: 23 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Homegrown Parenting

  • Components: Printable articles
  • Length: 6 months, each containing 3 articles related to a theme.
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Homeschool Dads: Leading the Charge

  • Components: Downloadable eBook
  • Length: Collection of 24 articles
  • Parent Resource

Homeschooling That’s Relational

  • Components: Monthly articles
  • Length: 4 articles
  • Parent Resource

Homeschooling Through the Rough Spots

  • Components: Printable monthly articles
  • Length: 5 monthly articles
  • Parent Resource

Homesteading

  • Components: Weekly or monthly units that focus on specific skills
  • Length: 20+ units
  • Grade: Family

How to Do Research

  • Components: Text-based lessons from World Book
  • Length: 6 weeks
  • Grades: 4–12

How to Get Started with Microsoft Excel Functions

  • Components: Video instruction and printable resources
  • Length: 5-part mini-unit
  • Grades: 7–12

How to Teach Elementary Math

  • Components: Video and worksheets
  • Length: Varies
  • Parent Resource

How to Use Microsoft Word

  • Components: Video lessons
  • Length: 8 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

How to Use Microsoft Word: Beyond the Basics

  • Components: Video
  • Length: 16 weeks
  • Grades: 6–12

How to Write a Resume

  • Length: 4 lessons
  • Content type: Text based
  • Grades: 9–12

If It Isn’t Baroque . . . The History of Western Music

  • Components: Written instruction with listening assignments and other activities for primary and secondary grades
  • Length: 12 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Independent Morning Work for Kinders

  • Components: Printable worksheets
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: Kindergarten

In-Depth Modern History for High School

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 9–10

In Due Season

  • Components: Monthly encouragement articles
  • Length: 6 monthly articles
  • Parent Resource

Inkscape Online Adventure

  • Components: Video and text
  • Length: 29 units; 119 videos
  • Grades: 8–12

In the Limelight

  • Components: Printable resources including parent/teacher helps
  • Length: Multiple novels studied
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Internet Entrepreneurship

  • Components: Weekly lessons contain practical study, questions, and assignments to equip teens to create an Internet-based business from scratch
  • Length: 24 lessons are available for use at any time
  • Grades: Middle–High School

Into the Elements

  • Components: Video workshop with printable worksheet
  • Length: Almost 3 hours of video plus a 75-question worksheet
  • Grades: Middle–High School

Intro to Calculus: Derivatives and Integrals

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grade: 12

Introducing the Many Faces of Poetry

  • Components: Printable text and assignments
  • Length: 21 weeks of bite-sized lessons
  • Grades: 6–7

Introduction to Architecture

  • Components: Weekly lessons studying structures from ancient to modern times; course looks at the basic science behind the components used within these structures, the architects behind them (where applicable), and the purpose for which they were created
  • Length: 37 weekly lessons will be provided and will remain on the site for review or use at any time
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Introduction to Forensic Science

  • Components: Video and text
  • Length: 18 weeks
  • Grades: 9–12

Introduction to Graphic Design

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with assignments
  • Length: 17 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle–High School

Introduction to Life Science

  • Components: Online readings and printable worksheets
  • Length: 9 self-paced units
  • Grades: Elementary

Introduction to Physical Science

  • Components: Online readings and printable worksheets
  • Length: 10 self-paced units
  • Grades: Elementary

Introduction to Physics: Middle School

  • Components: Reading assignments, fun experiments, and lots of humor
  • Length: 18 weekly lessons
  • Grades: 5–9

Introduction to Theology Part One: Foundations

  • Components: Comprehensive study and list of suggested titles for further reading
  • Length: Self-paced, advanced course divided into 16 sections
  • Grades: High School

Introduction to Theology Part Two: Soteriology

  • Components: Comprehensive study and list of suggested titles for further reading
  • Length: Self-paced advanced course divided into 11 sections
  • Grades: High School

Introduction to Worldview and Philosophy

  • Components: Printed lessons, online sources, and videos
  • Length: 18 lessons
  • Grades: High School

Joy in the Morning

  • Components/Length: 48 daily doses of encouragement
  • Parent Resource

Keyboarding

  • Components: Audio, video, and written instruction along with typing speed and proficiency tests
  • Length: 10 weeks of lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Kindergarten Health

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activities
  • Length: 6 weekly lessons
  • Grade: Kindergarten

Kindergarten Social Studies

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 34 weeks
  • Grade: Kindergarten

Kinetic Connections

  • Components: Articles and links to helpful resources
  • Length: 27 articles
  • Parent Resource

Kingdoms of the World: Fifteenth to Eighteenth Century: World History

  • Components: Text
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 7–8

Language Arts for Elementary: Key Skills

  • Components: Downloadable content
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: Elementary

Lapbooking

  • Components: Monthly lapbooks include a key text with printable templates and instructions for constructing a lapbook
  • Length: 46 units
  • Grades: Kindergarten–Middle School (occasional high school texts are featured)

Lapbooking Through Science

  • Components: Printable lapbooks
  • Length: 6 mini lapbooks
  • Grades: 1–3

Lapbooking Through the Ages

  • Components: Printable lapbooks
  • Length: 13 lapbooks
  • Grades: 1–5

Latin II

  • Components: PowerPoint, audio, and quizzes
  • Length: 26 weeks
  • Grades: 8–12

Latvian

  • Components: Weekly lessons with printable worksheets and video instruction
  • Length: 32 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Upper Elementary–High School

Leaders of History

  • Components: Text
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 11–12

Learning About Art

  • Components: Text
  • Length: Series of 10 lessons
  • Grades: Preschool–Elementary

Learning About Character Traits

  • Components: Text
  • Length: 40 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Learning About World Cultures

  • Components: Printable and online readings, and assignments
  • Length: 200+ lessons
  • Grades: 7–8

Learning Across the USA

  • Components: Printable lessons and resources
  • Length: 50 daily lessons suggested to cover 10 weeks
  • Grades: Elementary

Learning to Write the Charlotte Mason Method

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 5 daily/weekly lessons
  • Parent Resource

Let's Do Art Outside

  • Components: Printable worksheets
  • Length: 20 worksheets
  • Grades: 1–4

Let's Do Math Outside

  • Components: Printable worksheets
  • Length: 24 worksheets
  • Grades: 1–4

Let's Do Science Outside

  • Components: Printable worksheets
  • Length: 20 worksheets
  • Grades: 1–4

Let's Visit Denmark

  • Components: Text and hands-on activities
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: 3–6

LibreOffice Writer® Basics

  • Components: Videos with downloadable assignments
  • Length: 50 lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Life of Abraham Lincoln

  • Components: Text
  • Length: 12 weeks
  • Grades: 2–9

Life Science

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 30 weekly lessons
  • Grades: High School

Lighting the Way

  • Components: Animated video specials, printable workbooks, and printable worksheets
  • Length: 22 units
  • Grades: Elementary

Literature

  • Components: In-depth discussion questions relating to scene, character, plot, and other key story elements
  • Length: 35 self-contained monthly studies; each study focuses on a different title
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Living Geography

  • Components: Printable lessons with activities
  • Length: 16 weeks
  • Grades: 1–2

Living Life with Purpose

  • Components: Video series with worksheets
  • Length: 4 weeks
  • Grades: High School

Loving Literature through Chapter Books

  • Components: Text
  • Length: Book-length unit studies
  • Grades: 2–6

Logic

  • Components: Written instructions, examples, assignments, and quizzes (answer keys provided)
  • Length: 15 weeks
  • Grades: Middle–High School

Making Marriage Work

  • Components: Video series for parents
  • Length: 100 minutes of video
  • Parent Resource

Making Shakespeare Important

  • Components: Text
  • Length: 18 weeks
  • Grades: 9–12

Manners and Healthy Habits for Preschool

  • Components: Fifteen lessons with activities
  • Length: 15 lessons
  • Grade: Preschool

Marriage Built to Last

  • Components: Video series for parents with study worksheet
  • Length: More than 2 ½ hours of video lessons
  • Parent Resource

Media Socialization

  • Components: Concepts are taught using written instruction, reading assignments, videos, external websites, reflection activities, and tests
  • Length: 19 weeks, including introduction and 2 exams
  • Grades: Middle–High School

Medieval to the Renaissance: Elementary History

  • Components: Text and activities with supplemental videos
  • Length: 36 weekly lessons with daily assignments
  • Grades: 2–4

Medieval to the Renaissance: High School History

  • Components: Text and activities with supplemental videos
  • Length: 36 weekly lessons with daily assignments
  • Grades: 10–12

Methods of Bible Study

  • Components: Text
  • Length: 36 weekly lessons (180 daily lessons)
  • Grades: 7–12

Middle Ages History

  • Components: Weekly printable lessons with assignments; answer key is included
  • Length: 30 weekly lessons
  • Grades: 5–12

Middle School Health

  • Components: Weekly printable lessons
  • Length: 24 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School

Modern History for Elementary

  • Components: Printable lessons and activities
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 4–5

Mock Trial

  • Components: Four weekly lessons each month; assignments, including how to develop your own mock trial; monthly wrap-up quizzes many months; high school-intensive feature in most recent units; parent helps and resources
  • Length: 35 topics; 70 weekly units
  • Grades: Middle–High School

Money 101

  • Components: Weekly audio seminars with occasional downloadable printables
  • Length: 7 units
  • Grades: Middle–High School

Multiplication and Division Practice Unit

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 24 lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Music Theory I & II

  • Components: Written instruction with listening assignments and other activities for primary and secondary grades
  • Length: 16 weekly lessons each
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Music Throughout History

  • Components: Text and quizzes
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 9–12

Music/Voice

  • Components: Printable monthly lessons broken into weekly units
  • Length: 13 months of lessons
  • Grade: Family

Native American History: An Introduction

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with daily readings and assignments
  • Length: 18 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle–High School

Nature/Outdoors

  • Components: Lessons include written instruction, links to informative websites and videos, journaling, and hands-on activities
  • Length: 14 units; most units have 4 weekly lessons on a topic, many have multiple tracks that can be followed; for example, Unit 1 includes 4 lessons on evergreens and 4 lessons on sand
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Navigating the World of Research

  • Components: Printable lessons and links to numerous online research tools
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: 3–6

Nourishing Nuggets

  • Components: Weekly printable lessons
  • Length: 16 weekly health lessons
  • Grade: Family

Opening the Door to Poetry

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 9 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School

Paint with Your Words

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with assignments
  • Length: 8 lessons that can comfortably be done over 4 weeks or less
  • Grades: Middle School

Paragraphs, Poetry, and Prose: Elementary Writing

  • Length: 24 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 5–6

Parenting: The Early Years

  • Components: Video series for parents with study worksheet
  • Length: Almost 2 hours of video
  • Parent Resource

Parenting Tips with Dr. Scott Turansky

  • Components: Text-based articles
  • Length: Series of 10 articles
  • Parent Resource

Parenting Your Teenager

  • Components: Video series for parents with study worksheet
  • Length: 90 minutes of video
  • Parent Resource

People and Places of World War II

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activities
  • Length: This class will consist of separate unit studies that can each stand alone. Unit 1: The Who’s Who of WWII and the Paths Leading Them to War will cover 21 weeks. Unit 2: The American Home Front will cover 47 weeks.
  • Grades: Elementary

Personal Finance in Bite-Size Chunks

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 21 bite-sized lessons
  • Grades: 7–12

Philosophy & Ethics

  • Components: Lectures in audio format
  • Length: 122 lectures, 90+ hours
  • Grades: High School

Photography

  • Components: Text-based lessons, Michele Peterson’s original photography, and a Student Photo Gallery
  • Length: 30 weekly lessons plus weekly photography challenges to take your photography further
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Photography Challenges

  • Components: Weekly photography challenges with mid-week reminders and tips
  • Length: 48 weeks
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Physical Science

  • Components: Printable and online resources, experiments
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 7–9

Podcasting to Change the World

  • Components: Videos and printable resource
  • Length: 6 units
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Pre-Algebra

  • Components: Monthly units that build on previous lessons; all include printable instructions, worksheets, and answer keys
  • Length: 10 months, 40 weekly lessons with daily practice worksheets
  • Grade: 8

Precalculus

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: High School

Pre-K Activities: Read and Play

  • Components/Length: Resources for bringing more than three dozen books to life are included
  • Grade: Preschool

Preschool in a Box

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activities
  • Length: 48 weekly lessons
  • Grade: Preschool

Preschool Playground: Arts, Crafts, and Music

  • Components: Printable and hands-on activities and suggestions
  • Length: More than 35 activities
  • Grade: Preschool

Preschool Playground: Language Arts

  • Components: Printable and hands-on activities and suggestions
  • Length: 65 activities
  • Grade: Preschool

Preschool Playground: Motor Skills

  • Components: Printable and hands-on activities and suggestions
  • Length: More than 25 activities
  • Grade: Preschool

Preschool Playground: Number, Patterns, and Cognitive Skills

  • Components: Printable and hands-on activities and suggestions
  • Length: More than 75 activities
  • Grade: Preschool

Preschool Playground: Social Studies

  • Components: Printable and hands-on activities and suggestions
  • Length: More than 12 activities
  • Grade: Preschool

Preventing and Responding to Emergencies

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: 5–6

Psychology: Learning About the Mind from a Christian Perspective

  • Components: Text-based
  • Length: 36 weeks per grade
  • Grades: 11–12

Public Speaking

  • Components: Instruction along with videos and informative websites; activities including writing and performing
  • Length: 5 monthly units
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Reader’s Theater

  • Components: Between 2-3 new scripts will be added weekly until 76 scripts have been posted. Most weeks include one script designed for two readers and two scripts designed for three or more readers
  • Length: Series of 76 scripts
  • Grades: Elementary

Reading List (Monthly Book Lists for Families)

  • Components: Detailed printable monthly reading lists explore various topics; each list is broken down by subject and includes a suggested grade level for each book
  • Length: 60+ lists, with new lists added regularly
  • Grades: Family

Reading Religious Affections

  • Components: Comprehensive study guide
  • Length: Self-paced, advanced course divided into 20 units
  • Grades: High School

Reading Remedies (Reading Lessons for Young or Struggling Readers)

  • Components: Various approaches to teaching reading are explored through printable materials and occasional audio resources
  • Length: 30+ units
  • Grades: Elementary, or help for reading skills as necessary

Red Wagon Biology for High School

  • Length: 16 modules/32 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based, video
  • Grades: 9–12

Red Wagon Chemistry for High School

  • Length: 16 modules/32 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based, video
  • Grades: 9–12

Red Wagon General Science for Middle School

  • Length: 14modules/32 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based, video
  • Grades: 6–8

Red Wagon Human Body for High School

  • Length: 16 modules/32 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based, video
  • Grades: 11–12

Red Wagon Marine Biology for High School

  • Length: 16 modules/32 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based, video
  • Grades: 11–12

Red Wagon Physics for High School

  • Length: 16 modules/32 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based, video
  • Grades: 11–12

Red Wagon Physical Science for Middle School

  • Length: 16 modules/32 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based, video
  • Grades: 6–8

Renaissance History

  • Components: Weekly lessons contain printable study text, written assignments, crafts, notebooking pages, lapbooks, links to videos and related maps, and other activities
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Renaissance to World War II History

  • Length:  36 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 7–8

Research Skills for Middle School

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 6 weekly lessons
  • Grades: 6–8

Rights of Citizens for Third Graders

  • Length: 9 lessons
  • Content type: Text and hands-on activities
  • Grade: 3

Rights of Citizens for Fourth Graders

  • Length: 8 lessons
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grade: 4

SAT-ACT Math Prep

  • Components: Video, text, and online components
  • Length: 12 weeks
  • Grades: High School

Schoolhouse Bible

  • Components: Text-based
  • Length: 36 week per grade level
  • Grades: Kindergarten through Grade 12

Schoolhouse Grammar

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: Varies (25–36 weeks per grade)
  • Grades: 1–5

Schoolhouse Spelling

  • There are five levels of spelling based on grade level. Components, length, and ages vary by level. Videos are included on some levels. See the Schoolhouse Spelling page for details.

Science All Around Us

  • Components: Printable lessons and activities
  • Length: 11 weeks
  • Grades: 2–3

Science Experiments with Jason Lindsey

  • Components: Creative and engaging videos and step-by-step instructions; safety is stressed
  • Length: More than 20 experiments remain available for use at any time
  • Grades: Elementary

Science Experiments with World Book

  • Components: Experiments and illustrations
  • Length: 130+ experiments
  • Grades: Elementary

Science of Our Planet

  • Components: Printable lessons and worksheets
  • Length: 6 weeks
  • Grades: 2–3

Scientists A-Z

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activity suggestions
  • Length: 26 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Selected Works of Charles Dickens

  • Components: 18 printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 18 lessons are designed to be completed weekly or once every 2 weeks.
  • Grades: High School

Sensory Learning for Toddlers

  • Components: Each lesson explores one letter of the alphabet with reading recommendations, crafts, math, activities, and more
  • Length: 26 lessons covering the entire alphabet
  • Grade: Preschool

Seven Principles of Liberty: Government from a Christian Perspective

  • Components: Videos, Text
  • Length: 9 lessons
  • Grades: 9–12

Shakespeare, Dickens, and the Bible

  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 9–12

Simply Shakespeare

  • Components/Length: More than 12 self-contained printable units are available
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Small World Sensory Science

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activity suggestions
  • Length: 12 weekly lessons
  • Grade: Preschool

Spanish (Elementary)

  • Components: Video lessons every other week; weekly worksheets
  • Length: 34 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Spanish 1 (High School)

  • Components: Downloadable weekly lessons with written assignments and audio instruction
  • Length: 37 lessons plus quizzes and exams
  • Grades: High School

Spanish 2

  • Components: Written lessons with audio component
  • Length: 36 Weeks
  • Grades: High School

Sparking the Noggin: Creative Writing with Pictures

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 28 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Special Families with Special Needs

  • Components: Printable articles
  • Length: 3 articles, with new articles added periodically
  • Parent Resource

Special Needs

  • Components: 19 helpful articles
  • Length: 21 articles
  • Parent Resource

The Special Needs Trenches

  • Components: Text-based articles
  • Length: 18 articles
  • Parent Resource

Starting a Microbusiness (for Teens)

  • Components: Printable lessons that include detailed questions that guide students through formulating and narrowing an idea for a business and the creation of a business plan
  • Length: 8 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Starting Out with First Grade Math

  • Components: Daily assignments
  • Length: 36 weekly lessons
  • Grade: 1

Statistics

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons and assignments
  • Length: 18 weekly lessons
  • Grades: High School

Staying Sharp with Sixth Grade Math

  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grade: 6

Steaming Ahead with Fifth Grade Math

  • Length: 36 weeks (180 daily lessons)
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grade: 5

Stepping Through History: Starting with You

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with assignments
  • Length: 27 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Stepping Up with Second Grade Math

  • Components: Downloadable slide shows and printable assignments
  • Length: 32 weekly lessons
  • Grade: 2

Stewardship of God’s Earth

  • Components: Printable text with activities
  • Length: Course can comfortably be completed in 2 weeks
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with numerous activities
  • Length: 30 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Story Skills for Reading Comprehension

  • Components: Text-based lessons
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 2–4

Strengthening Skills with Fourth Grade Math

  • Components: Printable lessons and answer keys
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grade: 4

Stretching Higher with Third Grade Math

  • Components: Printable lessons with review activities, quizzes, and tests
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 3

Studio Art for Teens

  • Components: Engaging lessons that encourage step-by-step recognition of how to build art by imitating the masters
  • Length: 54 weeks
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Study of Original Sin by Jonathan Edwards

  • Components: Comprehensive study guide
  • Length: Self-paced advanced course divided into 24 sections
  • Grades: High School

Teaching Reading Through Play

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activity suggestions
  • Length: 36 weekly lessons
  • Grade: Kindergarten through Grade 2

Teaching Your Children Financial Stewardship

  • Components: Videos and study questions
  • Length: Almost 1 hour of video and 50+ study questions
  • Parent Resource

The Warrior Class: College Prep Apologetics

  • Components: Video based
  • Length: 6 topics
  • Grades: 11–12

The Writing Life: Learn to Write Well

  • Length: 34 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 9–12

This Day in History

  • Components: Printable worksheets, short fiction read-alouds, timeline cards, hands-on activities, upper grade options, and more
  • Length: Activities for every day of the year
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Tinkers Club

  • Components: Detailed instruction and graphics for building; multiple activities; encouragement of creativity
  • Length: 9 invention challenges
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Tips for Homeschooling Active Learners

  • Components: Series of articles
  • Length: 10 articles, with new articles added periodically
  • Parent Resource

Trek to the Holy Land

  • Components: Video specials and printable worksheets
  • Length: 8 units
  • Grades: Middle School

Trigonometry

  • Components: Printable worksheets with assignments
  • Length: 18 weeks of lessons (63 individual) that can be done over a longer period of time if needed
  • Grades: High School

250 Years of Exploration, Settlement, and Reformation: World History

  • Length:  36 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 11–12

Unbreakable Faith: Assurance in a World of Unbelief

  • Components: Videos and unit quizzes
  • Length: 5 units
  • Grades: High School 

Understanding Ancient History

  • Components: Printable lessons with activities
  • Length: 36 weekly lessons
  • Grades: High School

Understanding Modern History

  • Components: Printable and online readings and assignments
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: 11–12

Understanding Fractions Workshop

  • Components: Printable lessons and games
  • Length: 11 lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Understanding Middle School Health

  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 6–8

United States History: Exploration to the Present Day

  • Components: Printable lessons with assignments
  • Length: 1-year or 2-year option
  • Grades: 9–12

US and Modern World History

  • Components: Printable lessons and activities as well as numerous online resources
  • Length: 44 weeks
  • Grades: 8–9

Web Game Design

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with hands-on assignments
  • Length: 42 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Weekly Writing Challenge

  • Components: Text-based
  • Length: 34 challenges
  • Grades: 4–8

Weird and Wonderful World of Worms

  • Components: Weekly lessons exploring the biology of worms and their role in our environment
  • Length: 14 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Western Hemisphere Social Studies

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activity suggestions
  • Length: 18 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

What's Next? Discovering God's Will for Your Life

  • Length: 6 sessions
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 10–12

When Things Don't Go as Planned

  • Components: Series of articles
  • Length: More than 36 articles, with new articles added often
  • Parent Resource

Who Are Community Helpers?

  • Length: 10 lessons
  • Content type: Text and online videos and reading
  • Grades: 1–4

Whole Foods Cooking with Sue Gregg

  • Components: Detailed instructions and printable recipes that teach your family how to cook familiar recipes in healthier ways
  • Length: 14 weekly lessons
  • Grade: Family

Whole Number Place Value Workshop

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 10 weeks
  • Grades: 3–5

Wildlife Adventures

  • Components: Videos, photos, fun activities, and creation of a nature notebook along with copywork, math, geography, writing, and much more
  • Length: 15 stand-alone lessons
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Women Through History

  • Components: Weekly printable lessons
  • Length: 29 lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Wonderful World of Bugs

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 4 weeks
  • Grades: Elementary–Middle School

Wonders of the World

  • Components: Printable weekly lessons with activities
  • Length: 5 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Elementary

Wondrous Weather

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 4 weeks
  • Grades: Elementary

Words and What to Do with Them

  • Components: Printable lessons
  • Length: 9 weeks
  • Grades: 7–12

World History

  • Components: Websites, videos, books, and other media as available, along with discussion questions, essays, and tests
  • Length: 36 weekly lessons
  • Grades: High School

World History: Exploration and Colonization

  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Content type: Text-based
  • Grades: 3–4

Worldviews in Literature

  • Components: 18 printable weekly lessons
  • Length: 18 lessons are designed to be completed weekly or once every 2 weeks.
  • Grades: High School

Worldviews, World Religions, & Cults

  • Components: Lectures in audio format
  • Length: 92 lectures, 81+ hours
  • Grades: High School

Writing with Janice Campbell

  • Components: Short classical works of literature, introduction of literary devices, questions for further discussion, encouragement to create independent works of literature
  • Length: 36 weeks
  • Grades: Elementary–High School

Writing: Advertising Copywriting

  • Components: Written instruction, familiar slogans, writing assignments
  • Length: This mini-course contains 3 lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Writing: Compare and Contrast Study

  • Components: Written instruction, humor, and engaging writing assignments
  • Length: 10 weekly lessons
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

Writing: How to Write a College Admission Essay

  • Components: Written instruction, writing assignments
  • Length: This mini-course contains 2 lessons
  • Grades: High School

Writing: Mechanics

  • Components: Teacher’s manual and guide, outline for weekly and daily writing practice
  • Length: Entire course of approximately 14 weeks is available
  • Grade: Family

Writing On This Day in History

  • Components: Daily history-related writing prompts
  • Length: Daily writing prompts
  • Grades: Middle School–High School

You Can Homeschool Your Special Needs Child

  • Components: Article series
  • Length: 4 articles
  • Parent Resource

Your Child’s Learning Style

  • Components: Text-based articles
  • Length: 8 articles
  • Parent Resource

Course Directory

Course subjects are listed alphabetically. Click on the arrow beside the subject name to see all courses offered for a particular subject. For a Master Course Checklist that lists all courses by subject, click here.

Each lesson in A Century of Art explores the unique elements that contribute to the particular style, including the history, and introduces students to key artists of the time period. Each also includes an art project to familiarize students with the style. Numerous opportunities for students to explore one or more styles more deeply are provided. 

These art lessons teach your students how to create works of art, but they don’t stop there. They incorporate history, geography, social studies, literature, and even math and science in as many was as possible to interest the non-art student in art and interest the art student in other important subjects. There are short videos, printable guides, cross-curricular ideas, and more!

This six-week course is designed to introduce children in 1st-3rd grade to the basics of color in art and significant types of art including still lifes, abstract, landscapes, and self-portraits. Each lesson includes an art activity for students to experiment with what they have learned.

What did Michelangelo have to do with the Reformation? How did the Baroque period send the Pilgrims high-tailing it to the New World? Nothing happens in a vacuum. History affects art, and sometimes, art affects history. This course explores how world events have impacted art and how different artists communicate their message through their art.

Each lesson in Art: The Timeless Treasure discusses characteristics of the style; art, architecture, sculpture; artists and architects; and each lesson includes a wide variety of activities. Each also includes an art project to familiarize students with the style. Numerous opportunities for students to explore one or more styles more deeply are provided. 

Jan Bower of Drawing Success provides weekly art tips for students in a variety of mediums. These helpful and encouraging art tips have been tried and proven true over Jan Bower’s 35-year career as a portrait artist, art teacher, book illustrator, and creator of the DVD art curriculum Drawing Success. Each short clip gives simple, practical advice and encouragement to make it a little easier for the art student to find success.

This digital art course introduces students to the world of possibilities for putting their artistic and creative skills to work online in any number of fields. The course covers rules governing images, where to find them, how to edit and manipulate images, fonts and word art, logos and banner ads, images for social media branding, product design, and more.

Discovering Art History helps students learn to group paintings or other artwork by style, subject, or artist and introduces several different careers in the field of art. Students will learn about various styles and artists and have a chance to practice each style learned. Numerous art-related books available through many libraries are also suggested to enhance learning. 

This course is perfect for the budding artist who doesn’t like to paint or sculpt and has an affinity for the classic look of a black and white image. Students will learn how to hold their pen as well as how to use textures. Understanding value scales and lighting, which are necessary elements in a pen and ink drawing, are also discussed. Students will have an opportunity throughout the course to draw a still life, animals, landscapes, and more, while using image references to guide them.

This video-based art class by Jan Bower of Drawing Success teaches your student key skills needed to draw a variety of textured objects with a high degree of realism. Though suitable for the beginner, it also offers challenges for more advanced students. A new unit focusing on a different object is posted each month and is divided into four instructional videos for your convenience.

Elementary Art is a series of units designed for various elementary ages. Each unit focuses on a different area of art such as famous artists, color theory, primary colors, and more.

Do you have a child you would like to introduce to art appreciation through a subject he enjoys more, such as history or science? Do you want a unit study that explores art appreciation alongside other core subjects? We have more than 75 unit studies (ranging from 5-day to 10-day) that cover various pieces of art and architecture through subjects such as math, English, history, the Bible, and more.

Whether your student wants to create three-dimensional art with cardboard or use oil pastels to create a detailed scene, Exploring the World of Art taught by Angela Beeson provides step-by-step art lessons in many different mediums for the elementary through high school student. 

Learning About Art is a fun series of ten lessons specially designed to teach preschoolers and early elementary students about art. They’ll look at Audubon, Homer, Rousseau, and many other masters and learn about things like lines, movement, shapes, and more. They’ll also have a chance to make their own creative pictures. Much guidance is given, so there is no former knowledge of art required to present this class.

These fun supplements are perfect for any time you want to grab some schoolwork and head outside! Whether you are looking for a simple craft to do outside or an artistic challenge like creating art out of rocks and natural objects, you’ll find twenty worksheets ready to print and take outside!

Have you run out of ideas for incorporating art and music into your preschooler’s day? Preschool Playground: Arts, Crafts & Music is full of fun activities that are easy to implement—fun crafts (get sticky, painty, and creative!), great music (songs, instruments, even music appreciation!), puzzles, patterns, and more. Get inspired with more than 35 activities, and your children will learn as they have a great time with you!

Sharon Jeffus of Visual Manna showcases the work of her teen artists who are pursuing art as a ministry. More than forty lessons are available in this ongoing art study. Each lesson is designed to be done in a one- or two-week period. Lessons teach artistic skills through the study and imitation of the masters.

Through Scripture reading, comprehension questions, reflection questions, and a number of writing activities, this study helps girls and their moms study God’s Word together and grow in Godly character. There is a version for 6th-9th grade and a version for teens, both included.

How is Jesus unique? Has our society’s consumer culture influenced how we think of Jesus? How should Christians respond to a culture that not only rejects but attacks traditional Biblical values? This course helps high school students explore these issues and form Biblical responses.

This in-depth apologetics course begins with an introduction to apologetics and then moves through traditional approaches to apologetics, general apologetics, foundations for apologetics, philosophical apologetics, historical apologetics, classical apologetics, and advanced apologetics.

The Adventures of Carlos Caterpillar tells the growing up story of Carlos, an ever-curious little caterpillar who often finds himself in one predicament or another. Helped by his Uncle Pedro, a butterfly with a lifetime of experience behind him, Carlos learns many lessons that will help him through his own little journey of life!

Adventures of Donkey Ollie is an exciting half-hour animated series aimed at children 3-10. The stories revolve around a young donkey named Ollie, who lives at the time of Jesus. Bolstered by his faith in God, Ollie learns courage and bravery as he travels throughout the ancient world. Donkey Ollie is sure to capture the hearts of all children and their parents.

The Apologetics: Creation vs. Evolution class looks at more than 150 different reference materials examining the claims of evolution and Creationism. Each weekly lesson includes a video (approximately 30-40 minutes long) with study worksheets to complete. At the end of the course, there is also a test. Answer keys for the worksheets and the test are provided for parents. This course is designed for students 12 and older, and families are encouraged to take the class together and discuss what is being learned.

Bible Adventures is a series of illustrated Bible stories for elementary children. The full-color files are styled like a picture book and can be easily viewed on the computer. Each month, a new Bible story will be shared in three weekly installments. On the fourth week, a printable packet of related activity sheets such as coloring pages and word searches will be provided. Many lessons also include a helpful Teacher Pack full of resources for bringing the stories to life. Some Bible Adventures stories are also available in Bengali, French, Dutch, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Tagalog, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese.

From the stories of Noah, Abraham, and Joseph to the life of Jesus and the adventures of the Apostle Paul, these twenty-three Bible stories are an excellent way to introduce younger elementary children to some of the key stories of the Bible.

The Bible Study for Preteens series is designed to help students grow deeper roots by studying God’s Word. Daily studies take students into the Old Testament through the lives of Rebekah, Ruth, Hannah, Nehemiah, Esther, Job, Daniel, and Jonah and begin the New Testament with a study of Lazarus’ sister Mary.

Camping with Jesus is a series of five units, each one focused on a key aspect of the Gospel story. Through fun drawings, coloring pages, activities, and Scripture memorization, it shows kids what heaven is, what sin is, who Jesus is, what it means to forgive, and how to grow to know God more.

Creation Apologetics is a special series of videos from Creation Ministries International that draws on biology, chemistry, nuclear physics, astronomy, genetics, geology, history, and more to provide a defensible understanding of a belief in Biblical Creation. Most of these videos are designed for older middle school students and high school students. Some advanced material is also included. This class is a wonderful class to take as a family, as it is sure to spark many valuable discussions.

This self-paced apologetics class is designed to help middle school and high school students understand how to defend their faith and the scientific case that is in harmony with God’s Word.

This set of four Bible-themed scavenger hunts are a great way for families and small groups to have FUN digging into their Bibles. Each scavenger hunt is based around a theme: you’ll get fired up for nature, pick a parable, search for your supper, and solve a whodunit mystery.

Would you like to help move your students from Biblical knowledge to spiritual application? The main focus of this study is to help students learn to love God and deepen their relationship and fellowship with Him. Progressing through this study, we show how God and Christ have exactly the same attributes in their character and LOVE for us as people. People sometimes have subtle reservations and misunderstandings about God due to hearing Old Testament stories of his judgment. (Actually, His judgment flowed from his love when He was trying to bring a rebellious and sinful people back into relationship and fellowship with Himself.) This essential study helps students strengthen and repair their spiritual foundations before they try to discover who they are in Christ.

Donkey Ollie and the Ten Commandments is a series of ten downloadable picture books that show kids how to pray and what the words of the Lord’s Prayer mean.

Donkey Ollie and the Miracles of Jesus is a series of ten downloadable picture books that share the stories behind ten of Jesus’ miracles with kids in a fun and engaging way.

Donkey Ollie and the Names of God is a series of ten downloadable picture books that share how each of God’s names tell us something about Him that help us get to know Him better.

Donkey Ollie and the Parables of Jesus shares thirty-six of Jesus’s parables in a fun way that is easy for kids to enjoy and understand.

Donkey Ollie and the Ten Commandments is a series of ten downloadable picture books that follow the adventures of Donkey Ollie as he and his three brothers learn about God’s Ten Commandments and what they mean.

Examine God's Unbreakable Promises and find out more about how everything in the Bible points to Jesus. Take an in-depth look at the writers of the Gospels, the words they wrote, and the way their lives were forever changed by their time with Jesus. Going Deeper: Exploring God's Word also explores Romans, events from history of Israel, how Jesus relates to the Jewish feasts, and God's covenants with Abraham, Moses, and David through videos, worksheets, Bible reading, and daily journaling assignments.

What is theology, and is the study of theology relevant and practical for living? This advanced class challenges students to dig deeper into Scripture as they study theology, its practical applications to living, the dangers of wrong approaches to theology, and the fundamentals of several doctrines including Bibliology, anthropology, Christology, and ecclesiology.

The better we understand the doctrine of salvation, the better we understand the magnificent mercy, grace, love, justice, wrath, holiness, and power of God. The doctrine of salvation, soteriology, and its relationship to other doctrines, is studied in depth in this course.

This course is presented from a Biblical worldview and will introduce students to Biblical and current worldviews and philosophies. It is designed to help students recognize their own worldview and philosophy and equip them to compare, develop, and defend a position that is reasonable, realistic, and theologically sound. Students will learn to be able to trace the history of western philosophy from its Greek origins. This course is based on independent research. Material and links are given to guide students to resources, but students must investigate and read various related resources to gain a thorough understanding of the topics discussed. 

Through books and discussion time, and a notebook, children will learn about forty different character traits, their positive or negative aspects, and how that trait is exhibited by various people and characters.

Whether you are searching for meaning or adventure, feel overwhelmed or under motivated, or are struggling with facing the unknown or yourself in the mirror, Living Life with Purpose can help strengthen and encourage you through solid teaching and engaging videos.

Many students know Bible study is important, but sometimes understanding how to read and study the Bible in a way that helps them truly understand it can be a challenge. This course challenges preteens and teens to go deeper in their study of God’s Word, looks at four ways to study Scripture, and walks them through nine Bible studies.

This in-depth philosophy course begins with an introduction to Christian philosophy and the philosophy of religion and then continues into a detailed study of Christian ethics. It concludes with a series of lectures exploring the history of Christian thought from Plato through the modern day.

This advanced class challenges students to dig deeper into Scripture while examining Jonathan Edwards’ classic work Religious Affections. Through twenty units, Dr. Biehl examines the arguments raised in the book and poses numerous questions and points for discussion.

Our Schoolhouse Bible curriculum has a Bible reading guide for every grade, as well as Bible memorization passages. A student who follows the curriculum every year from kindergarten through twelfth grade will have studied the Bible through five times. Additional activities, which vary by grade level, help students internalize and apply the Word of God.

Stewardship of God’s Earth is designed to introduce students of all ages to some of the basics of being good stewards of our natural resources. Topics such as compost, earthworms, repurposing, recycling, and personal stewardship are discussed.

This advanced class challenges students to go deeper into Scripture while examining Jonathan Edwards’ classic work The Great Doctrine of Original Sin Defended. Through twenty-four units, Dr. Biehl examines the arguments raised in the book and poses numerous questions and points for discussion. The class concludes with a comprehensive written assignment.

The Warrior Class is designed to support and strengthen the precious faith that your peers, parents, and/or pastors have so carefully shared with you. If the trajectory of your faith is going to continue to develop and grow, it needs to be carefully nurtured and protected as you move into your new college setting. The Warrior Class will show you how that can be done.

The course includes highly practical presentations from long-term ministry leaders from the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, The Alliance Defending Freedom, Chi Alpha Campus Ministries, Choices Pregnancy Centers, and Phoenix Seminary professors and graduates.

How’s your worldview? Is it prepared for a culture where Christ, Scripture, and everything you believe will be ridiculed and challenged? Are you ready for colleges’ sophisticated arguments against faith in Christ? Discover an intellectually defensible and God-honoring worldview for you and your children, and develop a truly Unbreakable Faith.

Searching for your next step in life can be exciting yet overwhelming, intriguing yet stressful, adventurous yet painful. “What’s next?” is a question everyone asks and struggles with at some point in his or her life, and many people end up asking this question multiple times. For some of us, “What’s next?” is a question of dreams—What could the future look like if I did this or that? There’s an excitement that comes with thinking about all the possibilities and potential. For others, the question is stressful, and the answer may require a major transition, like moving away from family or changing jobs. Thinking about the future carries with it equal parts of angst and anticipation. “What’s next” always ventures into the unknown. If you’re asking “What’s Next?”—join the club! You’re not alone. Join us as we work together to learn about finding God’s will for your life.

This in-depth worldviews course begins with a look at numerous worldviews, followed by a study of world religions from a Christian perspective, an overview of modern-day cults, and a look at worldview apologetics. It concludes with an in-depth study of refuting the modern-day cults previously introduced as well as several additional topics.

Editing Photos with GIMP teaches timeless principles of digital image manipulation using the GNU Image Manipulation Program. The course covers editing basics and image manipulation tools, along with numerous filters available to set loose the student's creativity in each photograph.

This mini-course is a great tool for anyone who would like to begin learning how to use functions in Microsoft Excel. Short video lessons are provided along with assignments to reinforce the skill learned.

Computer programs of all types are part of the daily lives for most of us today. This eight-week video course walks you through how to use Microsoft Word so that you can use it as easily and efficiently as possible whether you are doing your homework, creating a resume for work, typing a list of things to do, or writing the next bestselling novel.

How to Use Microsoft Word: Beyond the Basics is a 16-week online training course designed to provide guidance and instruction to users of Microsoft Word. Homeschool students of all ages can apply these computer skills, whether doing homework, creating a resume for work, typing a list of things to do, or writing the next bestselling novel. Each week’s lesson includes a video demonstration and practice assignments.

This digital art course provides more than 10.5 hours of video demonstrations with step-by-step instructions for students who want to learn how to create vector graphics with Inkscape, a free online drawing tool. It teaches students how to master the basic tools and concepts essential to vector graphics, takes the mystery and frustration out of the pen and node tools, helps students become familiar with all the tools and features of Inkscape, builds confidence, and teaches skills and concepts that can carry over to other vector programs such as Illustrator.

Do you have a teen who is itching to start his or her own business? Do you have a child who loves to dream big and reach for the stars? We would love to introduce you to Dana Beasley and her class—Become an Internet Entrepreneur! Twenty-four weekly lessons help your teen learn how to start and promote a business and learn timeless business principles. Whether your teen actually starts his own business during this course or creates a mock business, he should be prepared to discover brand new ways to explore his God-given passions and purpose.

David Kimball, “The Typing Coach,” provides ten weeks of audio and printable instruction to teach the basics of typing and improve students’ proficiency.

LibreOffice is free word processing software that meets many needs in both the home and in numerous places of employment. LibreOffice Writer Basics introduces students to installing the program, the toolbars, list formatting, headings, images, shapes, and fonts. Video instruction and printable assignments are included.

This course walks you through what a podcast is and why you would want to start one; how to plan your podcast; how to create a system so you don’t have to waste time repeating work with each and every podcast; how to handle cover art; how to prepare for your podcast; how to record, edit, and upload your podcast; and where to go now that you’ve created a podcast. It shows you the amazing opportunity you, as a podcaster, have to change the world.

In the Web Game Design class, students are going to learn how to create some simple games right in their web browser. This is a programming-centric class, meaning the students will be writing (typing) code to make things happen. The course will cover topics including starting a JavaScript game, handling images and sound effects, input fields, 2D frame animation, virtual worlds, and much more.

This is an eighteen-week class designed for students who want to gain more instruction in public speaking and the evaluation of speeches. This course requires the student to study various types of speeches and both write and deliver several of his or her own. It is recommended that the student complete the Introduction to Public Speaking class before moving into this class, as it will build on some of the concepts learned.

From RachelAnn Rogish, author of Simply Shakespeare, comes this exciting dramatic adventure for families of all sizes and ages. Monthly units study drama and classic plays in the light of God’s Word. Instructions for producing your own production are included, such as tips for enjoying the study of drama as an only child.

Homeschool and recent Biola University graduate Rebekah Bell has excelled as a young public and debate speaker in national competitions. This five-month introductory course teaches the basics of public speaking and the several types of speeches.

Reader’s Theater presented by Susan Brown is a series of 76 short scripts designed to be read by two or more students. Memorization is not required because the focus on this form of drama is on reading the work with expression rather than reciting it. They are easily adapted to both single-child households and small groups. These scripts are a wonderful tool to increase reading skills, comprehension, speaking skills, and confidence.

Bring drama to your homeschool with more than a dozen classic plays. This drama elective studies the works and world of Shakespeare, alongside the Biblical truths that can be learned from each play. Units are organized by play or topic.

Accounting 101 is designed to equip students with the mastery of accounting fundamentals they will need to be prepared for their college classes while presenting these concepts in easy-to-digest ways. Its goal is to help students appreciate the state of the industry and the world of finance as a whole in such a way as to be able to operate from a Christian worldview to effect positive change if they choose an accounting or other business career. Concepts are presented in units, with each unit being broken down into weekly lessons.

Through twelve lessons, Karen shares everything students need to know about getting started baking breads, from the vocabulary and understanding why yeast works, to how to turn it into an entrepreneurial business of their own. Throughout the course, she weaves lessons and encourages reflections on Jesus, the Bread of Life.

This course is designed to enable young entrepreneurs to create thorough, accurate, and complete business plans. It is an in-depth course designed to be taken at the student’s own pace. Printable and video instruction are included, as well as a number of supplemental resources.

This eight-week course is designed to help students consider the world of career possibilities. From seeking God's will and inventorying their talents to understanding career clusters and job shadowing, Career Exploration will help pre-teens and teens prepare for whatever future God has designed for them.

Schoolhouse Teacher Andy Erickson shares his training and personal experience with overwhelmed parents of high schoolers. His class is perfect for teens and parents to take together. Bi-monthly lessons walk high school students and their parents through the process of choosing a college, applying for financial aid, and attending college. Material is provided for freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and parents, and is designed to take families through four years of preparation.

Director/Producer/Co-Writer of Advent Film Group, George Escobar offers thirty-three weekly lessons which take a detailed look at various aspects of the Christian filmmaking industry, including choosing the right camera, lighting, audio, production and post-production, and finding God’s stories.

Friendly Driver’s Ed is written primarily for US-based students to supplement their state’s driver’s handbook. The course also covers important topics beyond the state handbook: the science of how a car works, safety considerations in all sorts of situations, routine car maintenance, and ownership concerns. Note: In all cases, the state driver’s handbook is the governing document in all legal matters. Please check your state’s regulations about any required state-approved driver’s education program.

Fun with Cooking is an exciting look at cooking basics with an emphasis on nutrition, food safety, and variety. Many lessons include a design component to help sharpen critical thinking skills. Numerous recipes are included.

Hands-On-Architecture taught by Amy Gillispie (Mrs. G.) on SchoolhouseTeachers.com provides step-by-step architecture lessons in many different mediums for the lower elementary through middle school student. Unit 1 will introduce students to exciting, easy-to-find materials they will use to make fun architectural structures, Unit 2 will lead students through the design of their own HOME, and Unit 3 will lead students through the design of a ZOO!

Hands-On Design Fun challenges students to create three-dimensional projects using a range of materials including fabric, paper, cardboard, and more. The elements of design criteria, prototypes, review, and presentation of final product are explored.

How would you like to be able to combine fun crafts, multiple subjects, and a wide range of ages together in one fun activity? That’s exactly what Hands-On Learning Activities Through Crafts is designed to do. Bring the family together and study science, history, and more through these lessons.

Heritage crafts are life skills that people in the past used to create art and live productive lives. Students learn about these life skills by making corn husk dolls, writing with quills, making ink, drying apples, making candles, and more. This class is best done as a family, as some portions of the crafts require parental supervision.

Through the eighteen units in this high school home economics course, students will learn the basics of kitchen organization, basic cooking skills, how to shop smart, meal planning, money and time management, hospitality, housecleaning and decluttering, laundry, home decorating, basic sewing skills, routine home maintenance, babysitting, first aid, preparing for emergencies, drawing up a family purpose statement, and more.

Home Economics is more than learning about how to bake a cake or set a table; it is about learning fundamental lessons that can be built upon throughout life. Twenty-three weekly lessons teach basic home skills, such as cooking and showing hospitality, as well as personal skills, including hygiene and manners. Emphasis is placed on the Biblical basis for important character traits, and weekly Scripture verses to memorize are included.

If you’ve ever wanted to ditch the chemicals in your household cleaners, can what you grow or purchase at a farmer’s market, make your own gifts and candles, or learn how to do things the natural way, you need to see what Lisa Barthuly is teaching us in her Homesteading class. This ongoing course shares tips and detailed instructions that can enable you and your family to live more simply and naturally. Printables and some how-to videos are included with these weekly lessons.

This course covers basic components of architecture, as well as various structures, including skyscrapers, bridges, cathedrals, homes, castles, and sports arenas. Students will learn about aspects of each structure, including the marvel of its inception at that particular point in history, its function, the architects (where applicable) responsible for its creation, and the science behind its stability.

Introduction to Graphic Design is an excellent guide to the basics of graphic design for your middle school and high school students. It will teach students how to recognize quality graphic designs in the products they see and interact with every day, what makes certain designs stand out, how to design an eye-catching ad that communicates a specific message to a target audience, and what types of jobs are available for graphic designers today.

  • Logic (Middle School–High School)

Through the written instructions, examples, assignments, and quizzes contained in this homeschool logic curriculum, students learn to analyze statements, advertisements, and arguments and to identify faulty reasoning contained in each. Common fallacies discussed include the appeal to pity, appeal to fear, begging the question, hasty generalization, and many more.

How are we influenced by the media and society? How can we exert a positive influence on the media and our culture? Join Dr. Lisa Dunne, award-winning author, and lead your family on a nineteen-week course to discover the answers.

Money 101 is a self-paced course designed to help teenagers understand the principles behind wise financial decisions so they can build a foundation now that will serve them and their families in the future. It consists of audio lectures and written printables.

Financial literacy is a subject we all know is important but most of us aren’t comfortable teaching. Personal Finance in Bite-Size Chunks was created to change that. The entire course is created to help parents and teachers explore these topics with their teens so they can start to build a solid foundation for their finances that will serve them throughout the rest of their lives.

Michele Peterson’s thirty weekly lessons teach students how to see the way their camera “sees” and then to use that knowledge to create a recipe for the perfect picture.

Michele Peterson continues to help photography students of all ages expand their skills and stretch their creativity. Weekly photography challenges continue to build on the skills learned in Photography by expanding students’ skills and stretching their creativity. If a student already has a solid understanding of photography, the challenges may be done independently of the Photography class.

How does physical well-being affect mental well-being? How is intelligence measured? What are some psychological disorders and their corresponding treatments? With this course, your teen can study psychology without being inundated by the secular philosophies so prevalent in today’s culture. So, grab a Bible and a notebook and get ready to start learning about the mind from a Christian point of view!

SAT-ACT Math Test Prep is fully customizable to the student’s needs and can be completed at his own pace. The test prep includes videos, printable work, practice tests, online practice games, and more. The SAT (including the new updated version) and ACT are both explored.

Carol Topp’s second eight-week class with SchoolhouseTeachers.com, Starting a Microbusiness (for Teens), looks at what can be learned from starting a micro business, how to find your ideas and make a business plan, how to market your business, and more.

You probably already know our next teacher from her more than 900 recipes in the eight cookbooks she has published. Sue Gregg’s class begins with an introduction to whole foods cooking, her story, and an explanation of what children can learn about cooking at various ages. You’ll waste no time putting what you learn into practice by making blender cornbread, almond and coconut milk, almond coffee cake, and more!

This fun course from Kelli Becton offers fifteen weekly lessons that introduce animals from alligators to jellyfish. Bible reading, Scripture memorization, copywork, vocabulary, spelling, geography, math, activities, crafts, coloring pages, crossword puzzles, and notebooking are included.

This advanced Spanish course is for high school students who already have a thorough knowledge of basic Spanish vocabulary and are looking for a challenge that will improve their fluency. It is designed to help the student learn to “think” in Spanish as they transition from learning vocabulary to speaking fluent Spanish.

ASL Adventure by Sandra Heflin is a 16-week course in American Sign Language, the third-most-used language in the United States. This class introduces students to ASL through videos and printable worksheets. Students have the opportunity to learn basic vocabulary and about the Deaf culture.

Are you intrigued by Korean culture, landmarks, and celebrations? Would you like to be able to read the menu at a Korean restaurant? Basic Conversational Korean guides students through learning the Korean alphabet, as well as phonics, handwriting, vocabulary, grammar, conversational skill, and historical cultural facts.

Beginning Latin is a full-year course designed to be taken by children of any age. Twenty-four lessons are designed to last a full year and introduce your students to nouns, verbs, verb tenses, adjectives, and adverbs, as well as noun declensions. Videos, worksheets, quizzes, and answer keys are included.

This course is designed as an introduction to grammar for students who are second language learners. Each week will include a new lesson and an answer key. Lessons are broken down into the background of the principle being studied, guided practice, independent practice, and extension exercises.

Eight weekly lessons share resources and tips with parents who are teaching ESL in their homes.

This multi-level program teaches students the French language through vocabulary, grammar, conversational skills, reading, and writing. Throughout this program, students will use detailed lesson plans, reproducible teaching aids, audio files, student and teacher workbooks, tests, flashcards, and more. The final level, L'Art d'ÉCRIRE, requires the first two levels be completed.

  • Latin II (Middle School–High School)

Latin II is for middle and high school students who have taken Beginning Latin. This twenty-six week Latin homeschool curriculum includes a video or PowerPoint with audio option that covers advanced topics, such as first, second, and third conjugations; adjective and noun declensions; irregular verbs; and more. Quizzes and answer keys are also included.

  • Latvian (Elementary–High School)

This full-year Latvian course introduces students to the Latvian language, culture, and history through weekly video lessons and printable worksheets. It begins with the Latvian alphabet and then moves into words and phrases which are built upon as the year progresses. It is designed for children 4th grade and older and includes periodic review and tests.

Carol Henderson presents thirty-four weekly lessons including video and printable worksheets that provide an introduction to the Spanish language for elementary students.

This high school Spanish course includes thirty-seven lessons plus quizzes and exams. It will cover a large amount of vocabulary and conversational phrases, indefinite articles, and verb conjugation. Audio files are included to teach correct pronunciation, and answer keys for all worksheets, quizzes, and exams are also included.

This high school Spanish 2 course includes thirty-six lessons plus quizzes and exams. It continues synthesizing Spanish by combining a large amount of vocabulary and many different verb conjugations. It emphasizes what are considered 55 essential verbs with the goal of using these with ease by the end of the course. Audio files are included to teach correct pronunciation, and answer keys for all worksheets, quizzes, and exams are also included.

Maps are an integral part of geography. This course starts with basic map skills including directions and the compass rose and advances through a study of latitude and longitude, various types of maps, natural resources, how settlement and war have impacted political maps, settlements and land use, natural disasters, and natural hazards.

Travel with Safari Saeed and teacher Bonnie Rose Hudson for a thirty-eight week tour of more than thirty Asian countries. Students will be introduced to the people, the history, and the animals of Asia through reading, writing, spelling and vocabulary, art, science, hands-on activities, and math worksheets.

Ayo is an aardvark, an African mammal that eats ants and termites, and in this series of fun eBooks, he is also a tour guide traveling the world. He will introduce your children to the history and culture of Beijing, China; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Cape Town, South Africa; Chicago, United States; London, England; New York City, United States; Rabat, Morocco; St. Petersburg, Russia; Sydney, Australia; and Vancouver, Canada.

Explore the history of a different state of Australia or area of New Zealand one unit at a time. Seven monthly units take students across Australia and New Zealand, exploring historic locations and meeting exotic animals. Activities are provided for Kindergarten-2nd grade, 3rd-6th grade, and 7th-12th grade.

Who says history is dull? Not us! Join us as eleven monthly units take students across Canada, exploring the history and natural beauty of this vast land. Activities are provided for Kindergarten-2nd grade, 3rd-6th grade, and 7th-12th grade.

Enjoy learning about the past—and the present—as we explore a different state each month. Monthly units take students across the United States, exploring the history and wonders of the nation. Activities are provided for Kindergarten-2nd grade, 3rd-6th grade, and 7th-12th grade. There’s even a coloring pack with each unit for younger students. This series is ongoing; not all 50 states are available at this time.

This fun hands-on course engages students in learning the major mountains, deserts, bodies of water, landforms, and animals of each of the seven continents.

Geography of the Bible is a series of seventeen videos that explores the ancient lands of the patriarchs, Israel at the time of Jesus, and the lands traveled to and written about in the epistles and Revelation. Through videos and worksheets, students will take a closer look at the lands of the Bible, the people who lived there, and the many incredible events that took place in that region that continue to shape our world today.

This fun ten-week course brings American geography to life with notebooking activities that explore each state. Landmarks, state birds, state flowers, capitals, famous people, major industries, fun facts, and more for each state are explored.

Let’s Visit Denmark is a geography and social studies course built around the children’s book Our Little Danish Cousin. The text of the book is included in the course for read-aloud time. The course explores the history, geography, and culture of the beautiful land of Denmark with reading and numerous hands-on activities.

Living Geography introduces students to a few of the many cultures and countries of the world through the story of Lucy, who is stuck inside while recovering from an illness. Printable activities focus on communicating key geography concepts to young students. 

Stevie is trekking around the world, and he has over four hours of video to share so that we can join him! In his five-part trek to the Holy Land, we can come along and travel through the ancient land of Israel as we discover how God uses one family to keep a promise designed for the whole world! In his treks to Africa, South America, and Asia, we’ll get a glimpse of what life is like for the Church around the world, meet some incredible people, and see things we’ve never imagined. This is a trek you don’t want to miss!

Wonders of the World is a five-week mini-course that takes a closer look at the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Students will enjoy learning about the history of these wonders through text, activities, puzzles, copywork, and more.

Bethany Learn of Fit2B Studio teaches with both video and printable components, explaining the importance of understanding and applying proper fitness while giving you and your family practical ways to get up and get healthy!

Jennifer Needham’s 14-week course will help your family learn the fundamentals of nutrition, understand why certain foods are healthier than others, and find ways you can apply what you learn to develop a healthier lifestyle.

Growing Healthy in First Grade introduces young students to the importance of good nutrition, sleeping well, hygiene, exercise, safety, and manners in a fun, brightly illustrated way that includes activities. 

This course includes nine lessons, which can be done once weekly or at any pace that fits your schedule. It explores food groups and the importance of a balanced diet, hygiene and staying safe, and using good manners in various situations.

Hazards abound, but with a little training and preparation, children can learn to avoid many of them and prevent some emergencies from happening. From fire, water, and street safety to what to do if someone is bleeding or choking, Growing Healthy in Third Grade discusses everyday situations younger elementary children may encounter and shows them how to respond.

This course includes nine lessons, which can be done once weekly or at any pace that fits your schedule. It explores body systems, how our organs work, and basic first aid.

Health 101 is a health class designed for students in 7th-8th grade. Each week will include a printable lesson with links to additional resources. The class will begin by defining what health is, then proceed to discover how to keep various systems of your body healthy. There will also be a discussion of personal hygiene and care.

Kindergarten Health gently introduces the importance of nutrition, sleep, hygiene, and exercise to students in a fun, brightly illustrated way that includes fun activities.

Nourishing Nuggets with Wendy Stoller is an ongoing series of bi-monthly lessons that look at the amazing way God created our bodies to work, explain the basic building blocks of food, and discuss how healthy eating choices can impact our lives.

With more than 20 different activities and activity ideas, the Preschool Playground Motor Skills collection can be used to supplement early learning or as part of our complete Preschool Playground curriculum.

The Preventing and Responding to Emergencies course helps introduce upper elementary students to ways they can prevent, identify, and treat a variety of emergencies. This course should be studied with parents, and it is not intended to give medical advice or work as a substitute for formal emergency training.

This study helps middle school students understand how their bodies work, how to care for them, some of the changes their bodies are going through, and more.

This world history high school course helps students learn about the history of the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa during the 1500s–1700s.

Bring history to life for your littlest learners with a preschool history course focused on the ABCs! This twenty-six week preschool class introduces little ones to key figures in American history, one letter at a time. They’ll discover that A is for Abraham Lincoln, B is for Benjamin Franklin, and more. Each week includes information about the historic figure, suggested reading, a coloring sheet, and other helpful resources.

A series of thirty-four weekly lessons from TruthQuest History that explores God’s role in history from King James I to 1800.

America in the 1800s is a history course designed to help students feel like they are living in the time periods being explored. Through numerous readings and writing assignments such as journal entries and letter writing, students get a unique chance to relive this important period in America’s history from the early days of westward expansion, through the Civil War and Reconstruction, and finally through the days of the transcontinental railroad and Indian Wars.

Through engaging text, pictures, crafts, maps, and more, early elementary students can discover the beginnings of the United States of America, from Columbus to the Bill of Rights. Weekly lessons provide the material you need to bring the past to life, and plenty of supplemental links to free resources around the Internet share ideas to keep your students engaged throughout the week with what they have learned.

This 32-week course begins with a nine-week study of how to study history using the classical method. Students will learn the tools of the historian including how to distinguish fact from opinion, use supporting evidence, analyze primary sources, and more. The remaining 23 weeks are spent learning about the history of the United States up to 1914 and debating and discussing it objectively. To gain the full impact of the course, it is important that a parent or older sibling work through the class with the students.

American History in Picture Books is a series of history studies based on picture books. It is designed for young, struggling, or ESL readers. Each study includes activities and discussion questions, and some units also include suggested vocabulary. Multiple books are suggested for each topic. 

The story of America is a long and complex one. Through written assignments and activities, this course looks at the people, places, and events that shaped the nation from the time following the Civil War through the end of World War I.

In this course, students will dig into the period of American history from the War of 1812 through Reconstruction, looking at the nation’s expansion west, the causes and effects of the Mexican-American War, the causes and effects of the Civil War, Reconstruction, and the continued push west and its impact on Native Americans. Numerous written assignments, projects, and critical-thinking exercises are included.

This nine-week course introduces students to the key battles and players of the Revolutionary War and incorporates history, geography, reading, critical thinking and analysis, and cursive writing throughout. An answer key is also provided.

Babylon appears frequently in our study of history and the Bible. But who were the ancient Babylonians, what were their lives like, and what can we learn from the records they left behind? This class takes a closer look at this ancient empire through text-based lessons, maps, and more.

Lead your children on a journey through ancient history and explore the cultures of India, the Native Americans, Mesopotamia, Sumer, the lands of the Bible, Egypt, Greece, Rome, and China through thirty-six age-appropriate lessons that includes a wide range of activities and projects.

Through this study, elementary students meet the people of ancient Israel, Sumer, Egypt, China, Rome, Greece, Babylon, and more.

Bonnie Rose Hudson shares a sixteen-week introduction to the history of Laos, Bangladesh, Nepal, China, Vietnam, and Iran with an emphasis on what life is like for Christians living there today.

From the rough and warlike lives of numerous people groups in Europe to the time of feudalism, the Crusades, and beyond, this middle school homeschool history course looks at life in the Middle Ages before the dawn of the Renaissance.

Bold Explorers looks at the lives of more than thirty explorers and is divided into thirty-five short readings. Most sections include a writing or research prompt for further study; a few include hyperlinks for more information or a hands-on activity. Several well-known explorers are discussed as well as dozens of lesser-known explorers.

Church History begins with the foundations of the church in the Old Testament and continues through to the present day. Weekly text-based lessons are each broken into four daily assignments and will involve adding dates to timelines, making maps, reading works from all periods of history, and short-answer writing to provoke thought and deeper comprehension while students read.

This semester-long course on the Civil Rights Movement is designed to help students in 7th-9th grade understand the racial tensions that preceded the civil rights movement, learn about some of what happened during it, and become acquainted with key figures of the movement including Rosa Parks, Ralph Abernathy, Medgar Evers, Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcom X, and Thurgood Marshall. Reading and research assignments will be given.

During this seventeen-week course, Regan Barr of the Lukeion Project helps students dig deeper as they explore ancient sites such as the Great Theatre of Ephesus and the plain of Marathon, where the Athenians stopped the Persian invasion. Drawing on scholarly research as well as his own years in the field, he shares insights, photographs, and resources to help students understand these ancient sites and learn from them today.

Jennifer Courtney and the Classical Conversations team supply twenty-nine weekly lessons to help students explore ancient history from the first recorded civilizations through the fall of Rome. Various resources are included such as written lessons, reading assignments, videos, supplemental readings, and more.

Classical Mythology is a high school class that looks at the history and development of Greek and Roman mythology and its continuing influence on our lives today in literature, movies, the arts, and more.

From the discovery of the New World to the end of the American Revolution, let Dave Stotts take your family on a Drive Thru History. Join him as he takes you to the places where the nation was born, shares facts about history you have never heard, and has a great deal of fun along the way. Plus, enjoy a special set of worksheets available only on SchoolhouseTeachers.com!

Explore more than 2,500 years of history with host Dave Stotts as he takes you on a whirlwind tour of ancient history with a special focus on Rome, Greece, Turkey, and Byzantium. Visit the Forum, the Parthenon, Mars Hill, Corinth, Istanbul, and so much more! Plus, enjoy a special set of worksheets available only on SchoolhouseTeachers.com!

Are you looking for a deeper understanding of the New Testament era? How do the landscape, history, and culture of the region affect the events portrayed in the Gospels? Dave Stotts, host of Drive Thru History, explores the scripture, history, geography, archaeology, and impact of the four Gospels and the books of Acts and Romans in the Bible’s New Testament.

This 12-part series introduces the world of archaeology in the Holy Land, exploring the history, importance, and impact of archaeology. The videos feature artifacts, models, and sites filmed throughout Israel and the Mediterranean region and show the basic tools, technologies, and discoveries of archaeology, making the Bible come alive.

This upper elementary and middle school history course uses text, images, map work, research activities, and more to help students explore the lives of the Aztec, Maya, and early American Indians.

This course studies America’s founding by taking a close look at the people who founded America and the documents and writings they left behind. Reading, research, critical thinking, and analysis are encouraged. Weekly lessons incorporate geography, history, art, Scripture, formal writing, and more. Answer keys are included.

Our Expansion, Independence, and War homeschool history curriculum covers both American and world history. Students will learn about major conflicts in American history, spanning from the French and Indian War to the September 11 terror attacks, as well as the founding documents on the United States and major inventors, reformers, and missionaries. Major global conflicts and concerns from the establishment of Russia in AD 862 to the ongoing conflict in the Middle East are also covered, including the French Revolution, the Communist revolutions in Russia and China, apartheid in South Africa, British colonization around the world, and child labor and human trafficking. Each week explores a topic from history through a variety of reading, research, writing, and geography activities.

Experiencing History: Creation to the Reformation is a fun, engaging look at history from the creation of the world through the Reformation, shared using a young-earth timeline for reference. Each lesson includes an audio lecture to listen to and a printable lesson to read. The teacher’s guide includes quizzes and activities.

Fashions in History is a multi-level multidisciplinary study for young ladies, focusing on women and children’s fashions from the 18th century to 1910. In addition to readings on the main topic, the study contains optional readings on dolls and 19th-century culture for students of all levels, conversations about museum and archival topics, historic needlework, historic recipes, coloring pages, practice in computer skills, vocabulary, clothespin-doll-making projects, and a short course in hand-sewing and embroidery. Any part of this curriculum may be used to supplement a regular history or home economics course, or it may be used as an elective course. 

Cathy Diez-Luckie of Figures in Motion creates weekly hands-on activities your children can enjoy that focus on a notable character from history. From Justinian to Robert E. Lee, Benjamin Franklin to Alexander the Great, these standing cutouts and short lessons will captivate your younger students. These lessons are available on a rotating basis and are not permanently archived.

In these kindergarten history lessons, students explore American history from the time of Christopher Columbus to the Revolutionary War. They travel through time, discovering major events that influenced American society, looking at important American symbols and their history, and learning about other cultures and comparing them to American culture.

This course encompasses 400 years of history with one focus: the great leaders who propelled it forward—both men and women. This isn’t just a course on the people of history, however. Students will learn about the world at the time these leaders lived. For instance, when discussing Leif Eriksson, students will learn that there were both good and bad effects of exploration on the world. While learning about Willem Janszoon, students identify places on a map; so, they are also studying geography. An entire week is given to the Native Americans from the East Coast to the West Coast. A number of missionaries between the mid-1400s to the late 1800s are also discussed. Activities throughout include vocabulary, word searches, coloring, crosswords, and more. Additional video and book resources are included at the end of each week. Quizzes and answer keys are available as well.

This course is a fun way to notebook across the United States. It includes research prompts, notebooking materials, a suggested reading list, original poems, copywork, and more. It is designed for parents and children to do together, with the curriculum serving as a guide and platform for a fun learning adventure.

This supplementary history class is the perfect unit to add to your American history study with younger elementary students. Students will look at topics including indentured servants in the colonies, slavery, immigration, and the significance of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. 

The first semester of History Around the World looks at American history from the time of the Great Awakening through the formation of the American Government and the War of 1812. The second semester focuses on world history events, focusing on the movements toward independence in South and Central America as well as the Mexican Revolution, the Aztec, the Inca, and the Maya.

These units introduce students to the history of man’s attempts to fly. From da Vinci’s sketches to exploring space, students will meet the brave men and women who piloted balloons, gliders, airships, fighter planes, jets, rockets, and more.

Explore the globe and discover the history of ancient civilizations including the very start of civilization, the flood, early Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus River Valley, Babylon, the Hittites, the Canaanites, the Phoenicians, Israel, Persia, China, Africa, North and South America, Australia, early Europe, the Greeks, and the Romans with this upper elementary course.

From the Jewish roots of the Christian faith to its influence in shaping Western civilization, the History of Christianity traces the people, places, and events that have greatly impacted Christian history and the world. This video-based course includes almost eleven hours of engaging documentaries, as well as printable worksheets for the students.

History of Holidays in America is an introductory survey of the historical and social background of American holidays. It introduces American legal holidays as well as other holidays, celebrations, and commemorations. Each chapter includes vocabulary words related to that holiday, the background of the holiday or celebration, and information about how people honor the day. Links to coloring pages and copywork for younger students are also included. You can use this course to study upcoming holidays, to focus on social studies and study holiday traditions, or to study the history of the holidays discussed or create a timeline of when holidays were first celebrated and formally adopted as holidays.

In this history course, students will learn about some of the major events in history such as World War I and the fight for women’s right to vote. There are also lesser known events such as the Aboriginal Rights Movement and the South African Anti-Apartheid Movement. Included in each week’s lessons are reading, vocabulary, mapping, a quiz, and resources to go deeper into the topic.

Our Kingdoms of the World History homeschool course explores life in the Americas and around the world from the Age of Exploration (beginning in 1492) through the early 1700s.

From ancient civilizations to World Wars I and II, these history-themed lapbooks introduce your students to everything from spies and espionage to the history of toilets through time! From silly to serious, this series explores history in an engaging, hands-on way that is designed to keep your children creating and learning.

Leaders of History is an advanced essay-based homeschool history course for high schoolers. Lessons include historical analysis of figures from world history, beginning with Cyrus the Great and concluding with leaders of the 19th century. Homeschool students are challenged to write essays based on their readings and additional research. Readings are excerpted and adapted from Beacon Lights of History, Volumes 2-14 by John Lord, 1883-1902.

This historical and critical-thinking curriculum features 60 lessons that provide the ideal highway between thinking and feeling when teaching sound doctrine of history and the life of the sixteenth president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. It is designed to be done as a family, with the text being accessible to a wide range of ages and critical-thinking questions that can be explored by students of many ages. Plus, there are also photographs and illustrations featuring Abraham Lincoln’s life, a glossary of main characters, epilogue, and more included.

Lighting the Way is a video-based elementary history series that studies the lives of heroes of the Christian faith through animated stories and downloadable workbooks. Men and women from the time of the early Church through the modern day are discussed.

This elementary history course covers approximately AD 476–492, from the fall of Rome to the beginnings of exploration. Special focus is given to medieval Europe, China, Spain, and the Vikings as well as leaders of the Renaissance and Reformation.

This high school history course covers approximately AD 476–1492, from the fall of Rome to the beginnings of exploration. Special focus is given to medieval Europe, China, Spain, and the Vikings as well as leaders of the Renaissance and Reformation.

A series of thirty weekly lessons from TruthQuest History that explores God’s role in history from the time of the barbarians to the time of Tamerlane.

Modern History for Elementary shares both American and world history and touches on select topics and events from 1754–present. Through readings, puzzles, and activities, students explore the founding of the United States through World War II and global events such as British colonization, Russian history, and the history of Israel.

This one-semester course is designed to teach 6th–9th graders about the daily and family life of many North American Native American tribes by incorporating their history, dwellings, government, methods of farming, clothing, customs, arts and storytelling, and more.

People and Places of World War II is a series of stand-alone unit studies. The first unit, “The Who’s Who of WWII and the Paths Leading Them to War” covers twenty-one weeks. The second unit, "The American Home Front" covers forty-seven weeks. These are excellent supplements to a history class or a great introduction to this period of history for students. The class consists of numerous games and activities, puzzles, and projects that help students develop and sharpen skills in critical thinking, research, note taking, handwriting, history, geography, reading, writing,  art, math, analyzing, and much more. A list of additional resources for further study is also included.

When you hear the word Renaissance, what comes to mind? Leonardo da Vinci? Michelangelo? Do you ever think of shoguns in Japan? What about the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires? Rhonda Clark helps students explore Renaissance History through an ongoing weekly series exploring Renaissance history not only in Europe, but in Africa and Asia as well. Activities include crafts, lapbooks, additional reading suggestions, and more.

From the distant days of the Renaissance and Reformation through colonialism and struggles for independence, through the world wars that reshaped the world, our Renaissance to World War II homeschool history course brings the past to life for students.

This Day in History leads students on an exploration of important events—from ancient history through today—with timeline figures, living book lists, short fiction, discussion questions, hands-on activities, and upper grade options.

Understanding Ancient History leads high school students on a journey through ancient history, from the early civilizations of Sumer and Egypt through the time of Christ. Each unit begins with how geography influenced the development of the culture and then moves into exploring various facets of history and daily life. The civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, India, Greece, Rome, and Africa are included, as well as a brief introduction to the Olmec and Chavin peoples. Numerous optional activities are also included for students who wish to dig deeper. 

This advanced modern history course challenges upper high school students to dig deep into the events that shaped our world from 1756 through the present day. As they see how events affected and impacted events in various parts of the world, they will begin to see the larger picture of world history and their place in it.

United States History: Exploration to the Present Day is not about memorizing dates and facts; it is about understanding history and our place in it. Students develop critical thinking skills along with writing and research skills as they dive deeply into history with reading assignments (including numerous selections drawn from primary sources), note taking, research papers, and activities. Both one-year and two-year options are available. Both options cover the same material. The two-year option covers the topics much more deeply and also includes reading several novels that can help students better understand the time periods and events being studied. 

From the days following the end of World War II through the War on Terror and beyond, the US and Modern World History course examines events that have shaped the nation and the world through the lens of a Christian worldview by looking at not only what happened, but why it happened and what the consequences and impact have been.

This course will cover women’s history from ancient times through modern history and will allow students to see the important role women have played throughout history. It will look at the lives of both famous women and ordinary citizens and examine the records they left behind. Weekly lessons will be provided, and additional reading will be suggested.

World History: A Two-Thousand-Year Tour lets students travel through time, beginning with the establishment of the Roman Republic and ending with present day. This thirty-six-week course will cover some of the major events that have happened in the world and will introduce some of the key players in those events. The lessons will afford students the opportunity to research and learn as they are directed to various websites, online videos, and books (many of which will be available at your local library). Discussion questions are provided, along with tests and essay questions.

Through thirty-six weeks of creative lessons about the Age of Exploration through the early 1700s, students will meet various ancient civilizations; learn about the expeditions of famous explorers; observe life in the early American colonies; and travel to Japan, India, and beyond.

Writing On This Day in History is a fun way to combine writing with history. Each day of the year will feature multiple prompts for your students to choose from that will require historical research and encourage students to make history real by answering questions about their own thoughts and opinions about what they have learned.

Join Alecia Francois for a twenty-six week preschool class that focuses on hands-on play, expanding literacy skills, and exposing preschoolers to the world around them. Each week a new letter will be practiced alongside hands-on activities that introduce little ones to twenty-six different professions.

Adventures in Writing is a fun-filled writing unit for ages 8-12. It includes easy-to-follow Teachers Notes, student worksheets, farm animal printables with fun facts, farm animal report pages with questions to answer, fun writing activities, and unit study ideas to incorporate science and art. Join Daisy the Duck and Moo-Cow Mayor in Mooville and get ready for a zany writing adventure!

Adventures with Books includes suggested reading lists based on a theme and related activities you can do with your family to bring the stories to life. Activities and books for various ages are included, and themes include holidays, authors, and much more.

This is an advanced high school literature course for students wishing to explore African American literature from the time of the North American slave narratives to modern plays and playwrights. Students will engage in a variety of learning through various audio/visual resources and multi-media technologies designed to cultivate an understanding of the themes of African American literature. Each student will record his or her experience with the course materials in a creative journal.

All About the Alphabet is a fun way to teach and reinforce upper and lowercase letters with your preschooler through games, foods, books, crafts, toys, and more. From maps to dolls, treasure hunts to lunch menus, you’ll be amazed by how many fun ways there are to learn about letters!

American Folklore is a semi-formal introduction to both folklore as a general subject and our own national treasury of folklore. Our focus will primarily be on stories, poems, and songs, but we will enjoy various aspects of our national folklife, as well. We will cover six regions of the country systematically after our opening study of American Indian folklore. The main purpose of this class is to enjoy learning about an often undervalued subject that not only is relevant to every American but that also connects with future studies of American literature and arts.

American Literature in Historical Context studies American literature and its development from pre-colonization through the present day. Numerous authors are studied as well as the times and culture in which they lived. Students look at what influenced their writing and how their writing influenced others. Answer keys, assessments, and optional devotionals are included. 

This course is an exploration of well-known science fiction books that have become classics. It includes novels, short stories, and a few plot summaries. The course begins with a study of the definitions and types of science fiction, as well as some of the common themes in this genre. Your student will continue to learn by reading the books, working through the web activities and explanations, completing written work, and keeping a running list of favorite quotations from each work read.

By reading and studying a variety of literary genres, Analyzing, Understanding, and Exploring Literature teaches students to become more independent in their ability to analyze themes and structures, explain an author’s purpose and support their view with text-based details, write more confidently, write an analytical essay, write and give a presentation, and more. 

Take your preschooler on a world tour right from your living room using Around the World with Stories! Ten units introduce preschoolers to opposites, tastes, smells, textures, shapes, numbers, and more while taking them on a quick trip around the world with stops in Australia, India, Southwest Asia, China, Africa, Canada, Italy, and Mexico.

Beginning Handwriting and Phonics provides hundreds of activities to make teaching phonics, handwriting, and letter and number recognition easy and fun. Learning activities include tracing and writing practice, cutting and pasting, coloring, matching, and more.

Teaching beginning communication skills with early learners provides a firm foundation that will help them throughout their lives! Basic speaking and listening skills can also boost self-confidence in many daily routine settings and activities. This course helps you build your child’s listening and speaking skills through thirty simple activities.

The Benjamin Franklin Writing Method taught by Cheri Blomquist explores how a man with limited educational opportunities became one of the literary lights of the nation. In this 24-week course your student will follow in Benjamin Franklin’s footsteps by borrowing his step-by-step study method to improve his/her writing. Each lesson will offer a different selection to study. Topics studied include active reading, notetaking, narration, analysis, and writing in a variety of literary genres.

Color Block Handwriting teaches correct letter formation with fifty-two letter units: one for each letter in both lower and upper case. Designed by a mom of kids with writing struggles, this handwriting curriculum can benefit students who are learning to write, as well as students in need of extra support for letter reversals. Feel free to pick and choose letters as needed.

This 18-week class leads your student on an in-depth study of six Tolkien works as well as a biography of the man behind the stories. These studies are designed to challenge your student to think deeply and critically about the truths presented. Two short papers and one longer paper (10-12 pages) are also required.

Janice Campbell delivers eleven monthly lessons exploring the classics and teaching writing through a method of absorbing, analyzing, transforming, and creating.

Our Classics of English Literature course, developed exclusively for SchoolhouseTeachers.com, covers 1,500 years of literature, from Beowulf and Chaucer all the way to C.S. Lewis and Agatha Christie. Students experience unique periods of British history through the eyes of the most influential authors of the times.

Help your students capture the story in their heads and put it down on paper with Crafting Fiction. Through twenty-one bite-size assignments, this class takes the fear out of writing a fictional story and guides students through the process of writing, one step at a time.

Creating Dynamic Characters is a three-week mini-unit focusing on how to create memorable characters in fiction. Through a series of questions, reflections, and digging deeper, writers will be encouraged to get to know the heart of their characters and how to connect them with the hearts of their readers.

This nine-week course provides students with daily assignments that challenge them to read and analyze a number of selections of literature and create their own composition using what they learn along the way. 

Do you have a child who loves to write? How about a reluctant writer? Creative Storytelling incorporates activities to engage them both. The course begins with a look at what creative writing is and then moves into character development, plot development, setting, and more. Students will have the foundation for a book or story in place when they complete the class.

Author Carrie Daws wants to take the pressure off of you and help your kids get interested in writing. In her six-month course, she teaches students about writing fiction, character development, scene development, writing dialogue, fiction guidelines, and getting started in publishing. While not all students will become eager writers (she has two reluctant writers of her own), she says the results just might surprise you!

This homeschool grammar curriculum provides weekly practice sheets with a Bible verse, Bible fact, or sentence about Christian life, for middle grade students to identify parts of speech, practice proper grammar, and understand sentence construction.

This series of one hundred language-based logic puzzles will challenge children between 2nd and 6thgrade to create more and more complex words, from two- and three-letter words up to seven- and eight-letter words. Join Judith Holbrook of DGP Publishing for logic puzzles with a language twist!

Sharon Watson of WritingWithSharonWatson.com shares a new writing prompt every weekday to inspire students to write something new every day.

Help your students learn how to not only read poetry with confidence but also write their own with Discovering Poetic Elements. Through twenty-four bite-size assignments, this class takes the fear out of writing a poem and guides students through the process of writing a poem in one of many styles. 

Enjoy some hands-on learning for your K-5th graders with these twenty-four weekly or monthly unit studies that can help your K-5th graders explore the world around them–without being tied to a desk. Topics include authors or illustrators, backyard critters, baking with math, banishing boring book reports, birds, the life of frontier photographer Evelyn Cameron, fairy tales, growing up Dutch, the ocean, the weather, and even candy canes! You can learn about everything from space to the Renaissance (you can even throw your own Renaissance festival)!

This elementary writing course is designed to engage students’ imaginations and teach them to transform their imaginings into written form, to teach the basics of writing a variety of fiction and non-fiction styles, and to guide students in the writing process.

Elements of Literature studies eight genres of literature and helps students learn to identify key literary elements such as the characters, conflict, point of view, and setting. It also teaches students how to apply literary elements to poetry, non-fiction, drama, novels, and all literature. A variety of literary forms and authors are studied, including Louisa May Alcott, Rudyard Kipling, G.A. Henty, Peter Barrie, and many others. 

Essay Writing 101 will begin with a look at the writing process and then continue with a study of common essay forms including expository, biographical, descriptive, personal experience, eyewitness report, and cause and effect. It will look at the purpose and elements of each and provide rubrics for self-evaluation.

Everyday Copywork brings your student penmanship practice, in both print and cursive, through copying Bible portions, excerpts of literature, foreign language selections, and much more. There are many different lengths, and the copywork varies in difficulty, so it is suitable for many ages. There are also a few copywork selections available in Spanish, helpful for students who wish to practice their Spanish language skills or Spanish-speaking students who wish to practice their handwriting skills. You will also find alphabet worksheets for the little ones who are just learning to print. Help your student improve his/her penmanship with more than 175 copywork selections in both print and cursive.

Teresa Evans, veteran teacher, adds a daily dash of fun with bright and colorful reading and math games every weekday. Hundreds of printable reading and math games are available, practicing skills such as consonant blends, vowel sounds, place value, addition, subtraction, and much more, plus new games are being added every week.

Did you know that you have been writing your whole life? It’s true. Even if you have never put a pen to paper or typed out a single word on a keyboard, you have been writing. How? To understand the answer to that question, you need to understand that writing is a process. Even if you have never written anything before, you have been in the first stage of the writing process your entire life. Maybe you have written before. Now you need to move to the next stage.

Maybe you have made up stories or written about other people’s stories or written to a friend about something that happened to you. In this course, there’s far more than writing activities for kids. In this course, you can learn how to be a better writer, and maybe you will produce a different kind of writing than you’ve ever written before.

Experiencing Epics and Poetry is a basic introduction to various poetic forms for middle school students. Ample opportunities to read and write poetry are included, as well as opportunities to identify numerous poetic elements and devices. 

What exactly is creative writing, and what does good creative writing look like? What are some tools writers have at their disposal to master words and put them in their proper places? In this course, students will learn to employ various tools and develop a style of their own—one that helps them define, in their own beautiful words, what creative writing means to them.

Exploring Literature homeschool language arts curriculum teaches students how to recognize and understand the roles of characters, conflict, setting, and point of view in a wide variety of literature and how they work together to make a great read. After all, learning to read isn’t enough; students must also learn to ask questions and think critically about what they read.

Exploring Poetry with Notebooking is a more in-depth study of poetry, asking children to begin looking at the meaning of the poems. Attention is given to using the context of the poems to define unknown words. Students can begin playing with language and writing their own poetry in a non-threatening way. Students become closer acquainted with poetry by using it as a foundation for dictation. When students read and write quality literature, they become better writers themselves. They begin to integrate those skills into their own writing. This homeschool poetry curriculum studies 20 poems by various authors.

Help preschoolers learn their letters while they discover that they can talk to God any time about anything at all! From Aardvark to Zucchini takes preschoolers through the alphabet with 26 animated episodes full of rhymes, songs, age-appropriate discussion questions, dancing, and more!

This course combines a study of classic literature with a study of composition, helping students both analyze and create written compositions. Literature ranging from short stories to plays are explored.

This fun language arts unit studies important concepts such as identifying parts of a story and figurative language through the world of fairy tales, making it a perfect introductory unit for younger elementary students. Almost any stories can be used for most lessons, and links are provided to find many fairy tales online as well. 

This 18-week class leads your student on an in-depth study of several of the books included in the Great Books of the Western World series published by Britannica. These studies are designed to challenge your student to think deeply and critically about the truths presented. Two short papers and one longer paper (10-12 pages) are also required.

This 18-week class leads your student on an in-depth study of several of the books included in the Great Books of the Western World series published by Britannica. These studies are designed to challenge your student to think deeply and critically about the truths presented. Two short papers and one longer paper (10-12 pages) are also required. Completion of Great Books: Part One is not required.

Explore how the elements of a book are like a sandwich and what the difference is between a parable and a fable. Our Here to Help Writing Flight 1, Paragraph Level homeschool writing curriculum teaches writing skills from learning different forms of writing and poetry to developing an original picture book. Students let their creativity soar while watching engaging videos and completing incremental assignments. It's time to check in for your flight!

Explore how making a potato pal or diorama box assists in the writing process and how your five senses can help preserve family memories. Our Here to Help Writing Flight 2, Paragraph Level writing curriculum teaches different forms of writing and poetry. Soar into a new adventure while watching engaging videos and completing incremental assignments. Are you ready to fly?

Explore what kind of surprises might happen if a nursery rhyme character came to visit and how an act of gratitude can support the community. Our Here to Help Writing Flight 3, Paragraph Level writing curriculum helps students reach new heights as they explore all these and more. Students learn different forms of writing and poetry while watching engaging videos and completing incremental assignments. The flight is now boarding!

Explore if monuments really come to life and what kind of games the Canterbury Tales characters were playing. Our Here to Help Flight 1, Essay Level homeschool writing curriculum helps students expand their skills into essay-length writing while watching engaging videos and completing incremental assignments. Are you ready for take-off?

Explore how American tall tales developed and what a 3-D model has to do with writing. Our Here to Help Writing Flight 2, Essay Level curriculum helps students expand their skills into essay-length writing while watching engaging videos and completing incremental assignments for lift-off!

Explore how to become an author. Our Here to Help Writing Flight 3, Essay Level: The Write a Book Project takes students through a one-year journey to complete and publish a book with six chapters. Engaging videos and incremental assignments lead students step-by-step through character development, storyboarding, finishing, and everything in between. Are you ready to soar?

How to Do Research guides students through the entire research process to create a unique research project. Students will learn about planning their research, conducting their research, evaluating their sources, compiling and organizing their data, reviewing their work, and presenting their information. Topics such as plagiarism, keywords, using both paper and electronic sources, primary and secondary resources, and more are also explored in this language arts course for upper elementary through high school homeschool students.

This course walks students through the basics of resumes and resume writing in four easy-to-understand lessons. The first lesson describes what a resume is, why it is important, and how to use language effectively when writing a resume. The second lesson explores the main parts of a resume and offers examples and advice on these parts. The third lesson covers the four different types of resumes: chronological, functional, combination, and targeted. Students will learn when to use each type of resume and explore examples of each type. The fourth lesson offers guidelines and tips on formatting a resume.

This is a great collection of morning work for kindergarteners designed to keep little hands busy and active minds engaged. It reviews numerous math and language arts topics such as counting, alphabetical order, colors, number words, beginning and ending sounds, handwriting practice, syllables, tally marks, number lines, skip counting, comparisons, and much more.

Into the Elements is a writing workshop with best-selling author Donald Miller that helps students learn how to engage their audience and offer life-changing truth by following the lessons of storytelling found in the Bible. Whether students are pursuing writing or public speaking, they can learn valuable principles from this workshop.

If you’re nervous about diving into poetry, this course is a perfect choice! Through 84 bite-sized lessons divided over 21 weeks, students can learn a little about poetry each day without worrying about getting in over their heads. Numerous opportunities to memorize and write original poetry are also included.

Language Arts for Elementary: Key Skills helps students understand key skills for grammar and writing and can be used with multiple students in Grades 2–4. Don't let big words like figurative language and declarative sentences worry you! The course starts with the basics of a sentence and moves progressively to more advanced skills, with definitions, examples, and an easy-to-follow format. Extra worksheets are included for additional practice as needed.

Kimm Bellotto of In the Hands of a Child shares a new lapbook each month covering subjects ranging from the human eye to pandas to classic literature. More than two dozen titles for various ages are currently available.

Adam Andrews, the Director of the Center for Literary Education, offers thirty-five literature studies for various ages. Studies range from picture books to C.S. Lewis classics. Discussion questions can be adjusted to fit the grade level of your child.

Do you love literature? So do we! The staff of The Old Schoolhouse® have chosen their favorite books to share with you in our Loving Literature through Chapter Books language arts curriculum. Each book-length unit study will provide your family with the opportunity to read and explore a different chapter book. Whether you choose to study one or all of the novels included in the course, we know that you will love these books as much as we do.

Through an eighteen-week study of three classic Shakespeare plays, students will learn why it’s important to study Shakespeare, what his works mean, and why they are still relevant for today. Numerous thought-provoking questions serve to bring these classic works to life for students.

Navigating the World of Research introduces elementary students to several of the most common types of research tools available, explains how and when to use each one as well as how to cite them, and explains how to judge reliability and spot bias in the resources they use.

This nine-week introduction to poetry is specifically designed for the student who has not read much poetry in the past. It explores how to read and think about poetry, various poetic forms, vocabulary, literary devices, memorization, writing, and more.

Paint with Your Words teaches students how to convert passive writing into active writing. In this mini-unit, students will learn what passive writing is, how active writing is different, how to incorporate the five senses into their writing, how to choose strong words, and how to weave figurative language into what they write.

Help your upper elementary students polish their paragraphs, chart their characters, practice their poetry, and jump into journalism with this elementary writing course.

Have fun with your littlest learners and find creative ways to enhance your children’s experience of stories with fun games, activities, and more! Resources for more than three dozen stories are currently available.

Each weekly theme incorporates fine motor skills and development in five daily activities for children ages 2-5 as they learn about everything from apples to superheroes and snowmen to safaris! Most lessons also include letter/number recognition and counting, sequencing, patterns, or early math readiness.

With 65 different activities and activity ideas, the Preschool Playground Language Arts collection can be used to supplement early learning or as part of our complete Preschool Playground curriculum.

Dr. Matthew Glavach, veteran researcher and educator, offers an ongoing series of monthly units to provide a wealth of resources for encouraging and empowering young or struggling readers. Various learning styles and approaches are explored to help your reader excel.

Research Skills for Middle school is a six-week unit designed to supplement a middle school language arts class or help students brush up on research skills. Topics covered include using a dictionary, library skills, writing a bibliography, checking the accuracy of online information, and writing a proper citation. Lessons can be done sequentially, broken down into more than six weeks, or combined into fewer weeks. Select lessons may also be chosen to be completed independently of the rest of the course if review of a certain topic is desired.

This homeschool grammar curriculum is divided into five grade levels and can be used as a full year of grammar or as additional practice and review for elementary students. Each grade level includes basic grammar skills, such as parts of speech, sentence construction, synonyms, antonyms, and more.

Spelling is a lifelong skill. Schoolhouse Spelling homeschool language arts lessons help students of all ages learn to spell well. From kindergarten to twelfth grade, students will enjoy the fun spelling word video presentations that accompany each spelling word list. Activities and lessons vary from grade to grade.

This course examines five classic Charles Dickens’ works as well as a biography of the author. Taught by Dr. Steven Hake, the Chair of the Department of Classical Liberal Arts and Director of the Literature major at Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia, this advanced literature course studies the motivations of author Charles Dickens, his development as an author, and the themes of several of his major works. There are discussion questions in the form of weekly written assignments for the student to complete, along with one-page journal entries and a ten-page final paper.

Beth Gorden of 123Homeschool4Me.com shares a fun twenty-six week series about Playing and Learning My ABCs that offers fun activities to help your child do more than simply learn his or her ABCs. These lessons are designed to help your child develop a rich vocabulary, create crafts to practice fine motor skills, interact with what they are learning, and just have fun!

Help your high school students strengthen their Biblical worldview as they study the works of Shakespeare and Dickens and learn to view them, and life, from a Biblical point of view.

Staring at words on a page can be scary. Staring at a blank page you are supposed to fill with words can be even scarier. Sparking the Noggin: Creative Writing with Pictures overcomes both of those fears with weekly writing assignments that are fun, short, and based on a picture. This is an excellent way to help reluctant writers defeat their fears and start letting out some of the boundless creativity stored inside of them.

How are story skills like a Model T Ford? Once you've taken a story – or a Model T – apart, you can put it back together "without any parts left over." Story Skills for Reading Comprehension will take your student through multiple stories, examining the parts which make it interesting. Students will learn about characters, conflict, plot, and point of view, among other skills. Those skills, in turn, lead to a deeper comprehension of the story being read.

Teaching Reading Through Play is divided into 180 short lessons, covering a 36-week school year. Each weekly topic features five short activities specially designed to teach reading through play. Doing one activity daily, five days each week, is recommended because short, repetitive exposure of a concept over time is usually more beneficial to young learners than longer lessons less frequently. Also included is weekly information designed to give parents insight into the science of teaching reading and answer some common questions.

Whether your student sees himself or herself going into a creative field in the future or not, writing concisely, clearly, and powerfully are skills each of us needs to learn. In The Writing Life: Learn to Write Well homeschool course, students are given the opportunity to learn just that.

This course offers multiple writing challenges for students to get their creative juices flowing and practice their writing skills. Using one challenge per week, various topics important to writing are covered such as character formation, setting, point of view, genres, and more. They are given the opportunity to brainstorm, edit, and rewrite.

Words and What to Do with Them is a nine-week writing course for aspiring writers. Instead of teaching students how to write, this course focuses on what you can do with what you have written. It starts out by asking the question, “Why do you want to write?” and concludes with a challenge to keep writing and make your words count.

This course examines worldviews and how they manifest themselves in literature. Taught by Dr. Steven Hake, the Chair of the Department of Classical Liberal Arts and Director of the Literature major at Patrick Henry College in Purcellville, Virginia, this advanced literature study will look at how authors have answered the “big questions” of philosophy. There are discussion questions in the form of weekly written assignments for the student to complete, along with one-page journal entries and a ten-page final paper.

  • Writing (Elementary–High School)

Janice Campbell, writer and speaker, helps your children analyze great pieces of literature and learn how to incorporate the techniques the authors used into their own writing.

We can’t escape advertising. It’s everywhere. This three-week mini-course teaches students how to use advertising techniques in their own writing and how to become more discerning and able to identify when those methods are used on them.

This two-week mini course from Sharon Watson will help take the fear out of writing a college admission essay. It shows students how to gain an overview of what college admissions counselors are looking for in an essay and helps students concentrate on the features that are specific to the college or university they are applying to. It also helps students answer questions that show the college or university their unique story, avoid critical mistakes, meet critical requirements, and gain confidence.

Sharon Watson of WritingWithSharonWatson.com delivers a special ten-week course on the skill of comparing and contrasting. Come along with Sharon as she explains how to use this essential tool in your writing.

Writing On This Day in History is a fun way to combine writing with history. Each day of the year will feature multiple prompts for your students to choose from that will require historical research and encourage students to make history real by answering questions about their own thoughts and opinions about what they have learned.

This 36-week course is designed for students who have completed pre-algebra and are ready to advance to the next level of math. This course covers a pre-algebra review, algebraic expressions, solving linear equations, graphing, inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials, factoring, and exponential expressions. It concludes with a final test.

Algebra 2 is a full-year course designed for students who have successfully completed Algebra 1. It includes textbook reading, practice problems, homework, and unit tests. Key vocabulary is highlighted, and study tips are included. An answer key is also included.

What would you say if we told you that kids as young as early elementary can learn the principles of algebra that will make high school math much simpler? Through his unique, fun, and practical worksheets, Bob Hazen introduces elementary and early middle school students to the concepts they’ll need to gain a solid understanding of pre-algebra and algebra later in their education. Thirteen supplemental math worksheets enable students to practice skills such as skip counting and multiples. (Please note: these are supplemental worksheets only, not a full algebra class.)

All About Shapes is a fun way to teach and reinforce basic shapes with your preschooler through games, foods, books, crafts, and more. Learn about circles, ovals, squares, rectangles, triangles, stars, pentagons, octagons, crescents, hearts, and diamonds/rhombi.

Introduce your little learners to the concepts and basics of the days of the week, months of the year, seasons, weather, number recognition, counting, skip counting, shapes, money, place value, and more with lots of hands-on activities and printable worksheets. 

This seven-week course covers the basic formulas for area and volume by explaining the underlying principles that created them. It uses video lessons, hands-on activities, and text worksheets with plenty of opportunity to learn and review. Each video lesson also has a printable Spanish translation.

Our Daily Math course is a perfect way to supplement your 5th-8th grade students’ math curriculum with quick reviews of common concepts. More than 200 supplemental math worksheets and drills for 5th-8th grade teach and reinforce math concepts such as: Basic Skills (Place Value; Standard Measurements; Geometric Shape Identification; Ordinal Numbers; Number Patterns; Rounding Numbers; Writing Numbers as Words or Digits; Associative, Commutative, and Distributive Properties; Working with Zeroes; Order of Operations); Intermediate Skills (Factors, Multiples, and Divisibility; Prime Numbers; Fractions and Percentages; Decimals; Subtracting Negative Numbers; Roman Numerals; Exponents; Value of Coins) Advanced Skills (Area, Perimeter, Circumference; Angles; Finding the Mean (Average); Variables); and more.

The Decimal Workshop is designed to help parents teach students through examples and practice problems. It is a great review unit for an elementary math class and can be done at the student’s own pace.

Teresa Evans, veteran teacher, adds a daily dash of fun with bright and colorful reading and math games every weekday. Hundreds of printable reading and math games are available, practicing skills such as consonant blends, vowel sounds, place value, addition, subtraction, and much more, plus new games are being added every week.

This fun, twelve-week fraction workshop focuses on understanding the basics of fractions using a visual and hands-on approach. Designed for students of any age who need a boost in their understanding of fractions, this workshop will illustrate fractions using concrete objects—balls, vegetables, Popsicle sticks, and more.

Geometry is a one-year course for high school. This course was specifically designed so that every student can be successful in learning the concepts and applications of geometry. Each week’s lessons include easy-to-understand text, practice problems, and a detailed answer key. Our Geometry homeschool math course delves into what the formulas presented mean and how they were created. It focuses on real-world applications and provides fun and inventive ways to learn the math rather than just memorize it. Because reviewing is an important part of learning, wherever possible, this course uses a spiral approach to teaching, allowing students to revisit subjects in different circumstances to reinforce what they have learned and to show how it all works together.

Has your teen conquered the traditional high school math sequence and is ready for more? Intro to Calculus: Derivatives and Integrals provides students with a foundation in early calculus concepts. Whether aiming for an engineering degree or planning to take the AP Math exam, your student can use this course as a next step along the homeschool math journey.

These fun supplements are perfect for any time you want to grab some schoolwork and head outside! Whether you are counting bugs, photographing 3D shapes, discovering angles, or going on a weights and measures scavenger hunt, you’ll find dozens of worksheets ready to print and take outside!

The Multiplication and Division Practice unit is designed to help parents teach students multiplication and division through examples and practice problems. It is a great review unit for an elementary math class and can be done at the student’s own pace.

Help your students learn—and even enjoy—Pre-Algebra! Designed for sixth through eighth graders, this course will prepare students for future math courses. Sequential lessons build on each other and incorporate review and real-life applications for every topic studied. Each easy-to-use lesson includes printable instructions, worksheets, and answer keys.

This 36-week course is designed for students who have completed Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and trigonometry. This course covers relations and functions, linear and quadratic functions, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, conics, systems of equations, matrices, sequences, and binomial theorem. It concludes with a final test. 

Each weekly theme incorporates fine motor skills and development in five daily activities for children ages 2-5 as they learn about everything from apples to superheroes and snowmen to safaris! Most lessons also include letter/number recognition and counting, sequencing, patterns, or early math readiness.

With more than 75 different activities and activity ideas, the Preschool Playground Numbers, Patterns, and Cognitive Skills collection can be used to supplement early learning or as part of our complete Preschool Playground curriculum.

Statistics are used in every field, from the census to the lottery, investments, science, computing, and television. In fact, you would be hard-pressed to find a field in which statistics are not used. Understanding how statistics are determined will help you gauge the reliability of information presented to you. This eighteen-week course with instruction, worksheets, and an additional lab explains how statistics are calculated and how they are used.

This full-year Starting Out with First Grade Math homeschool course introduces first graders to the basic math concepts they need to build a strong foundation. Through printable assignments, young homeschool students explore numbers, greater and less than, addition, subtraction, fact families, and much more. Also included is of parent helps and hands-on options for children.

This full-year course builds on math knowledge previously learned to help second graders learn additional key math skills including skip counting, place value, regrouping, story problems, multiplication, division, geometric vocabulary, and much more.

Stretching Higher with Third Grade Math builds on the math skills students have previously learned and guides them through new concepts involving multiplication, division, working with money, fractions, decimals, equations, and more. Daily lessons are provided with ample problems for review and practice. Regular quizzes and tests are also included. Answer keys are provided. 

Through instruction, illustration, repetition, and frequent review, Strengthening Skills with Fourth Grade Math helps students continue building a strong math foundation.

This fifth grade math homeschool course helps students continue to build on their knowledge of math and take the next steps toward a broader and deeper understanding of mathematical skills and concepts.

Staying Sharp with Sixth Grade Math is the next step in your student’s math journey. Building on what they have already learned, this course moves students into equations, absolute value, ratios, proportions, graphing, percentages, banking, exponents, and more.

This in-depth trigonometry course provides more than sixty lessons that include ample illustrations, multiple assignments, and step-by-step solutions as well as gradable tests. Answer keys are included, and Mrs. Candler is available to answer questions by email.

The Understanding Fractions Workshop is designed to help parents teach students fraction skills through examples and practice problems. It is a great review unit for an elementary math class and can be done at the student’s own pace.

The Whole Numbers Place Value Workshop is designed to help parents teach students place value through examples and practice problems. It is a great review unit for an elementary math class and can be done at the student’s own pace.

This advanced music theory course is designed for the student who has already mastered the skills presented in Music Theory I and II. It explores scales, intervals, chords, and modes, providing students with a firm understanding of music theory.

This fun introduction to music class for kindergarteners focuses on helping children enjoy music. There are lessons about instruments (including their own bodies!), three well-known instrumental pieces, and the difference between rhythm and beat. Ample instruction and guidance is provided for the parent so you can confidently enjoy sharing this course with your children even if you don’t know an accordion from a xylophone.

Through text and video lessons, this course teaches students to play the drums while also helping them understand the elements of music such as melody, harmony, and rhythm.

Nancy Blue’s Beginning Violin class “Strings of Praise” will have you and your children learning to play the violin before you know it! Thirty-three video-based violin homeschool music lessons introduce homeschool students of all ages to beginning skills in handling and playing the violin.

Composing with the Masters is an advanced music course designed to help students recognize elements in compositions from various masters and begin to incorporate them into their own musical compositions. Composers from medieval through modern times are studied.

Fun with Music is a collection of games designed to help students of all ages learn important musical terminology including note names, music intervals and key signatures, symbols, and other terms. These games can be adapted in countless ways to fit your student’s age and interest level.

This course is based on a series of short books originally published in the early 1900s about twelve great musicians. Each book is written in simple, easy-to-understand language that brings the musicians to life for the readers. Each book concludes with simple comprehension questions and an optional story activity.

  • Guitar (Elementary—High School)

Jerry Jennings, recording artist, performer, teacher, and author, delivers twenty-eight weekly lessons using video and written material to help students with an interest in playing the guitar develop a strong foundation of skills on which to build.

This twelve-week course explores the history of Western music from ancient times through modern day. The topics include the origins of music, music styles from history, key composers and developments in music history, and differences in various music genres.

Music is a language, and in order to fully appreciate it, one first needs to understand how it works. Each sixteen-week course teaches key terminology and concepts in music theory and illustrates these concepts with pieces of classical music.

In Music Throughout History, students study the history of music from the medieval period through modern times. The course begins with a look at music around the world and then moves to a study of how music in America has changed and developed over time. Both famous and lesser-known composers and hymn writers are studied.

Joy Sikorski, award-winning film composer, performer, educator, and founder of both SingBabySing and Singing Mastermind, equips your entire family to free their voices and replace fear with confidence through monthly lessons.

With more than 35 different activities and activity ideas, the Preschool Playground Arts, Crafts, and Music collection can be used to supplement early learning or as part of our complete Preschool Playground curriculum.

From hamsters to hammerheads, this class takes elementary students on an engaging adventure through the world of animals. They’ll how these animals are classified, what they like to eat, whether or not they are endangered, and how to care for the animals that are possible pets.

This advanced chemistry course covers all the basic topics of general chemistry. As an advanced course, it is suitable for grades 11-12 and would be best appreciated by a student who has already had a basic introduction to chemistry. This course includes approximately 25 hours of video instruction, supplemental readings, extensive practice exercises, and answer keys.

From jaguars to butterflies, introduce your children to a wide array of God’s creatures, where they live, what they eat, and what sets them apart from other animals. This class includes colorful text, puzzle pages, fun facts, activities, and more.

This high school anatomy and physiology course takes a closer look at how and why the human body works and God’s remarkable design in the body’s tiniest details.

This Animal Science homeschool curriculum is for middle school and high school students who want to learn more in-depth information concerning animal species, habitats, and care. Taught by a practicing veterinarian, twenty-seven weekly lessons cover animal classification, digestive systems, reproduction, food animals, companion animals, human responsibility toward animals, and preventative care in domestic animals.

How did the plant “cell” get its name? What well-known Christmas “plant” is really a parasite? Our Botany: Plant Science and Field Studies course takes seventh through tenth grade students on a tour through the plant world to learn about roots and shoots, aquatic plants, conservation, plant defenses, and more using engaging text, activities and experiments, quizzes, and even field study of plants.

Join Brittney Jordan for six four-week units that explore nature study themes and incorporate activities such as handicrafts, art, and living books to help you and your littlest ones enjoy purposeful play and fun time together.

Anna Crisostomo loves teaching middle school science and challenging her students to think and create! This twelve-week introductory course covers topics such as the physical and chemical properties of matter, the phases of matter, and more.

Chemistry Help by Matthew Poston includes thirty-six short instructional chemistry videos (between 5 and 15 minutes in length), printable worksheets, printable answer keys, and video explanations of the answer keys. It is designed to help expand on topics typically studied in high school chemistry such as scientific notation, mass and weight, conversions, significant digits, covalent compounds, ions, polyatomic ions, ionic compounds, energy, states of matter, specific heat, and latent heat. It is not designed to serve as a stand-alone class but rather an in-depth tutorial for extra help and practice in key areas of chemistry.

Creation, Nature, and You is a video-based supplement to an elementary science class. Students will take a closer look at seeds, soil, trees, fruit, and the wilderness in these eleven video specials.

From diamonds to quicksand, slime eels to fire ants, this 2-year (72-week) science series incorporates eighteen one-month unit studies that will intrigue, surprise, and fascinate students and parents alike. Designed for elementary grades, each unit includes language arts, math, science, art, Bible, and history for 3rd-4th grade, as well as activities for both younger and older students as well.

Yvonne Blake brings an ongoing series of unit studies that explore various environments such as the forest, the seashore, and ponds. Each environment is studied for four weeks, with each week containing reading material, vocabulary exercises, math, writing prompts, and an activity.

Dinosaurs and the Bible is a sixteen-week course presented from a Creationist worldview. It will try to solve some of the mysteries surrounding dinosaurs and dispel some of the myths. What do believers in the Bible do with dinosaur fossils? Those who believe in the Bible have been ridiculed and misunderstood for over 250 years. This class will attempt to set the record straight.

Ugh, Yuck, and Whoa! This is the perfect course for any child who loves bugs and snakes and things that are slimy. It’s also a perfect course for any student who desires to see God’s handiwork and creativity. The eight different sets of worksheets and World Book Online eBooks include disgusting creatures that are ugly, gross, rude, and strange. Students will also learn about animals’ defense mechanisms and ability to use camouflage.

Earth Science is a full-year course designed for students in grades 7-9. Each session consists of three different types of activities: video lessons to watch, notes for the student to fill out as he/she watches the video lesson, and a worksheet to complete that will help the student study for the quiz. Quizzes, as well as answer keys, are provided. The course will explore aspects of geology, oceanography, meteorology, and astronomy.

Travel to the sun, the moon, the planets, and the stars and explore outer space like never before. This multiple grade level course will get your student excited about Earth and the world beyond. From satellites to space ships and missions to observatories, astronomy will come alive through Bible verses, activities, crafts, videos, images, and even recipes.

Can you learn about weather phenomena through picture books? Of course you can, with this five-part Experience Weather series. These five unit studies help kids learn about various weather phenomena including snowflakes, fog, rain, and wind through engaging stories and fun hands-on activities. They will also get an introduction to the geography and food of the British Isles, learn writing skills, learn about art, and much more.

Exploring God’s World with Kindergarten Science combines young children’s love of animals and nature with easy-to-follow short stories and tons of hands-on activities. From flowers to flies and cats to coal, enjoy ninety bite-sized lessons, conduct experiments, and have fun!

Exploring God’s World with First Grade Science is a 36-week introduction to science for first grade. It includes text, experiments, activities, extension activities, and links to further resources.

Exploring God’s World with Second Grade Science helps answer some of the myriad of questions students ask. Satisfy their curiosity with the text-based course filled with fun lessons and activities!

From birds to seasons to tides, Exploring God’s World with Third Grade Science explores topics in biology and physical science. Students will learn about animals, body systems, matter, rocks, and more! Lessons include enjoyable activities and fun, interactive experiments that will reinforce learning and engage even the most reluctant learner.

God’s World of Fourth Grade Science explores topics often taught in fourth grade including the scientific method, plants and animals, habitats and environments, the earth and solar system, and many other topics. This full-year course includes reading assignments, worksheets, quizzes, and optional labs for hands-on practice.

This full-year course is designed to teach fifth grade students about the incredible creativity and diversity evident throughout creation. Through weekly lessons and reading assignments, comprehension questions, and periodic activities, students will study and explore the world around them.

These online sixth grade science lessons include text to read as well as numerous online resources to explore and many hands-on experiments to help bring life science, earth science, and physical science to life.

Thorough knowledge of a subject area begins with a solid foundation. Veteran educator and large-animal veterinarian, Dr. Joey Hajda, builds this foundation with you in a gentle, friendly manner. Bone by bone, structure by structure, learn the anatomy of the bovine skeletal system. This is the perfect resource for the aspiring veterinarian or animal health technician.

This Friendly Chemistry homeschool science curriculum can build a solid foundation for more advanced chemistry classes, while presenting chemistry in a way that is not hard or intimidating. Teens study the elements, atoms, electrons, and ions. The course can be combined with any other science curriculum to form a full year of study.

These lessons include daily Bible reading from Genesis to help children understand gravity, creation, climate, and weather from a Biblical perspective as well as daily activities to reinforce their understanding. Each week, students complete activities such as writing assignments, printable activities, creating family treats in the kitchen, conducting research, and creating projects based on their research.

Fun with Science is a great way to introduce your younger elementary students to basic life science, earth science, and physical science concepts. From body systems to volcanoes, the five senses to the states of matter, students can discover amazing facts about God’s creation. Lots of printable worksheets and hands-on activities are included.

This is a general high school biology course. The first semester includes a special introduction to science, human biology, ecology, and zoology. In the second semester, students will learn about botany, microbiology, cell biology, genetics, and origins. This course includes approximately 25 hours of video instruction, supplemental readings, and answer keys. A Christian, creationist worldview informs the lessons where appropriate.

  • Geology (Elementary—High School)

Patrick Nurre, owner of Northwest Treasures and a popular conference speaker, is offering audio/video slideshows and weekly worksheets to help you discover the amazing world that God has created. Unit 1 covering Rocks and Minerals offers sixteen weekly lessons explaining how to identify various types of rocks, the roles each type of rock plays in our world, and how geology points to a Creator. Unit 2 covering the Geology of Our National Parks offers sixteen weekly lessons. From glaciers to volcanoes, explore the vast wealth of geology found in the United States National Park System.

Introduce your young learners to 120 of God’s most beautiful and amazing creatures! God’s Beautiful Creatures is a collection of the Hello, Beautiful! eBooks. Each book pairs beautiful colorful photographs with simple text that teaches about each animal. A photo index at the back of each book includes information about where the animal lives, what it eats, etc. Additional enrichment activities and links to maps of the countries where the animal lives are also provided.

Get ready to go on a journey of exploration! Through twenty-two engaging lessons and hands-on activities and experiments in this Having Fun with Kindergarten Science homeschool course, your student will have a chance to learn what a scientist does as well as learn about the world around him or her, including living and non-living things, life cycles, plants and animals, human senses, the weather, water, seasons, light, shadow, temperature, colors, and more. 

God has given us science to look at the world around us, and the ability to use what we learn to help the justice system stop the guilty parties. Using common household materials and approaching science from a Christian perspective, Introduction to Forensic Science investigates the process of testing or analyzing materials found at a crime scene and explores how forensic scientists evaluate evidence.

Don’t let the graphic nonfiction presentation style (comic book style) fool you! This course is packed full of information, illustrations that help clarify the concepts and facts, detailed diagrams, glossaries, and more.

Whimsical characters introduce serious science in a fun way! Explore electricity, force and motion, heat, light, magnetism, matter and how it changes, properties of matter, sound, and more with engaging units and hands-on activities.

Introduction to Physics: Middle School is an educational and entertaining Physics course designed especially for homeschoolers with hands-on activities and experiments to bring concepts to life. This eighteen-week course provides an introduction to gravity, friction, velocity, acceleration, Newton's laws, electricity, magnetism, and more, while having more fun than you ever thought possible.

From farm animals to penguins, these mini science-themed lapbooks will introduce your younger students to human anatomy, healthy eating, and a variety of animals. Each lapbook includes basic lapbooking templates along with other activities.

These fun supplements are perfect for any time you want to grab some schoolwork and head outside! Whether you looking for a simple craft to do outside or an artistic challenge like creating art out of rocks and natural objects, you’ll find twenty worksheets ready to print and take outside!

This full-year high school science course studies the basic topics of life science including the scientific method, molecules, organic and inorganic compounds, cell structure and function, cell division, plant and animal tissue, support and transportation systems in plants and animals, biospheres and ecosystems, biodiversity, and classification.

This unit is full of bright illustrations and simple worksheets to help your preschooler as they learn about ways to keep themselves and others neat and healthy and ways they can demonstrate good manners at home and in public.

Explore twenty-two different parts of nature, from traveling seeds to coyotes, rainbows to winter weather. Plenty of hands-on activities are provided in this nature and outdoors homeschool science course.

Through downloadable and online readings, experiments/labs, and hands-on projects, students explore the three main branches of physical science—chemistry, physics, and earth science. Topics such as elements, acids and bases, chemical formulas, force and motion, work and energy, electricity and magnetism, geology, oceanography, meteorology, astronomy, and more are explored.

This biology course is taught through online pre-recorded videos. Text instructions along with additional videos, experiments, and online reading are included in order to provide students with the knowledge that science was created by God. This is done through a study of the various kingdoms including Monera, Fungi, and Plantae; cellular respiration, ecology, and genetics. A discussion of evolution and its implausibility is provided.

This in-depth chemistry course is taught through online pre-recorded videos. Text instructions along with additional videos, experiments, and online reading teach students about solids, liquids, and gases; the states of matter; the periodic table and the naming of elements, atomic structure and molecular structure. Reactions between chemicals is discussed, as well as thermodynamics and kinetics.

This general science course is taught through online pre-recorded videos. Text instructions along with additional videos, experiments, online reading, crafts, etc., are included in order to provide students with the knowledge that science was created by God. This is done through a study of the history of science, scientific analysis, chemistry, physics, marine science, and more.

This high school human body course is taught through online pre-recorded videos. Text instructions along with additional videos, experiments, and online reading provide students with an understanding of cellular division, homeostasis, and the eleven systems of the human body, including the circulatory system, the endocrine system, and the digestive system. (The last module is about the reproductive system.)

This marine biology course is taught through online pre-recorded videos. Text instructions along with additional videos, experiments, and online reading teach students about the marine world created by God. Beginning with a discussion of the ocean water and an overview of the types of organisms living in the oceans, this course moves on to discuss in more detail algae, protozoa, plants, and various marine invertebrates and vertebrates. Students are taught about marine ecosystems, tidal zones, estuaries, coral reefs, and more.

This physics course is taught through online pre-recorded videos. Text instructions along with additional videos, experiments, and online reading provide students with an understanding of velocity, acceleration, and displacement. They are taught how to understand and apply Newton’s Laws. They will also be shown how physics and math are connected. It is recommended the student complete algebra 1 and geometry and be familiar with sine, cosine, and tangent, as the later chapters include higher level math.

This physical science course is taught through online pre-recorded videos. Text instructions along with additional videos, experiments, and online reading are included in order to provide students with the knowledge that science was created by God. This is done through a study of the atmosphere, Earth, weather, Newton’s Laws, sound, light, and more.

Science All Around Us is a fun series of stand-alone units meant to enrich your early elementary science classes. Units explore the world of plants and animals through topics such as the food chain, migration, hibernation, dormancy, camouflage, metamorphosis, pollination, and ecosystems. Lessons are brightly colored and include both hands-on and written activities. 

Dive into more than 100 science experiments that demonstrate what you can do with basic household items in fun and easy experiments that will spark a love of science in your children.

Science Experiments with World Book is a fun way to get hands-on experience with science. Each science experiment includes the steps and instructions needed to complete it. Selected experiments also include video.

Science of Our Planet is a short, supplemental unit designed to help you introduce your younger elementary students to some of the basics of earth science. From natural resources to the atmosphere to ecosystems, students can discover amazing facts about God’s creation. Printable worksheets and hands-on activities are included.

Scientists A-Z is a fun look at science through the lens of history. Each short lesson is followed by comprehension questions, activities, and additional resources that provide options for going deeper.

One of the ways preschoolers learn is by touching, feeling, doing, and exploring. That is what Small World Sensory Science is designed to help them do. Through twelve lessons, they will explore the farm, the pond, the ocean, wind, construction, and much more. Because sensory activities can sometimes be messy, there is a lesson on helping to keep things tidy, too!

Eight Tinkers Club homeschool science lessons challenge your curious students to build and invent. Put your curiosity to work as you take things apart and put them back together again in unique and unexpected ways.

Weird and Wonderful World of Worms with Rosemarie Pagano brings you fourteen weekly lessons that explore the mysteries and complexities of one of our most underappreciated creatures—the worm. Learn about how they move, how they breathe, how they eat, and the many ways they impact our world. Discover both the good and the dangerous types of worms, learn about vermicomposting, and unearth a world of fun science.

Wonderful World of Bugs is divided into four units that explore why we should study bugs, what exactly is a bug, the life cycles of butterflies and moths, and the practice of nature journaling. It includes hands-on assignments and also written assignments for families who choose not to bring nature indoors!

Wondrous Weather explores the science of weather conditions, the tools of meteorologists, methods of weather observation, and methods of weather forecasting. The class includes hands-on experiments, printable worksheets, and projects.

In All About Careers, students have the opportunity for an in-depth study of eleven careers in various fields. Through fun activities, text, projects, and the experiences of professionals shared in the text, students can get a glimpse of possible career choices and ideas for many more to investigate.

American Government is an 18-week course that traces the development of the nation’s federal government from its creation to the present day. The roles of state and local government as well as that of citizens are explored. The class includes daily lessons and assignments as well as quizzes and a semester research project.

From oligarchies to democracies and republics to monarchies, the nations of the world have tried many forms of government. This course can be done as a short stand-alone unit or alongside a history class to highlight a few of the ways man has attempted to govern himself, what has worked, and what has not. A brief look at parliamentary procedure and the Christian foundation of the United States is also included. 

Around the World with Stories is a fun way to introduce preschoolers to opposites, taste, smell, texture, shapes, numbers, and more while taking them on a quick trip around the world with stops in Australia, India, Southwest Asia, China, Africa, Canada, Italy, and Mexico.

Checks and Balances is a four-week mini-course that studies the responsibilities of a government and its citizens. Students will enjoy learning about the branches of government, the Electoral College, and more through text, activities, puzzles, and copywork.

This class about the Constitution and Bill of Rights is taught by Attorney Kevin Smith, a husband and father who works with the Alliance Defending Freedom as well as operates his own law firm. Sixteen weekly lessons contain analysis and study of the Constitution and Bill of Rights, prompts for independent study, term paper assignments, and exams. A Teacher’s Handbook and answer key is included.

Discovering American Folktales begins with an introductory lesson that helps parents and students explore what a story is and how different types of stories exist from around the world. It then moves into a fun and engaging look at the folktales of Johnny Appleseed, Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, John Henry, and Uncle Remus.

What does it mean if something is scarce? What types of resources are limited? What is a renewable resource? Why do we need to earn money? What are goods and services, and what does it mean to consume something? Elementary Economics for First Grade explores these questions and more through picture books, hands-on activities, crafts, and games. 

What does it mean to trade, and why do people and nations practice trade? What kinds of jobs do people do to earn money, and why do we need to earn money? What does it mean to produce and consume? Elementary Economics for Second Grade explores these questions and more through picture books, hands-on activities, crafts, and games.

Help students understand the motivation behind and the steps involved in bartering and trade, illustrate the concept of supply and demand, explain why we work and the ways people earn money, and other foundational aspects of economics in Elementary Economics for Third Grade. Learn about economics through common books, hands-on activities, games, and more. 

From basic terms to an introduction to how economics affects relationships between countries, students get a chance to learn about producing, consuming, supply, demand, imports, and exports with this elementary economics course.

From defining stocks and shares to explaining how the stock market works and how economies are interdependent and affect each other, this course helps students understand the concept of a global economy and different types of markets.

Why is currency designed the way it is? What security features are incorporated? How has the look of currency changed over time? How do exchange rates work, and how do they affect travel? Students learn the answer to all these questions and more in this elementary economics course.

Exploring Citizenship in First Grade is an introductory look at what it means to be a citizen. Through suggested reading, conversation, and printable activities, students can learn about the world around them and a few of the various types of leaders. 

From learning about American holidays and why the nation celebrates them to learning about life on a farm and what makes each of us special and unique, students will get a glimpse of the incredible world we live in.

Within this course, students have the opportunity to learn about twenty-six different kinds of foods: almonds, apples, bananas, blueberries, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, carrots, cherries, coconuts, corn, cranberries, cucumbers, grapes, kiwis, lemons, olives, oranges, peanuts, pineapples, potatoes, pumpkins, raspberries, strawberries, tomatoes, watermelons, and zucchinis. Components of cooking, geography, reading, and social studies are included in this course to help students learn more about these foods and methods of food production.

Homeschool and Mises Institute graduate Savannah Liston teaches this twenty-four week course. It is an in-depth study of Austrian economics and its application in the real world, complete with assigned readings (many sources available free online), video lectures, quizzes, exams, and essay prompts. It is designed to be taken as a .5 or higher economics credit (depending on the amount of work completed).

Do you know what the Bible teaches concerning economics? This five lecture course will give you a Biblical understanding of how man satisfies his material needs, how the market system works, how the free market differs from socialism, how government and economics intersect and how the Bible answers severe economic problems like poverty and injustice.

Being a good citizen is more than just living in a particular place. It means taking responsibility, learning to lead, understanding how your community works, and finding ways to serve in your community. Growing in Citizenship in Second Grade helps parents and students explore these ideas together and lay the foundation for a life of good citizenship and service.

Each week, Kindergarten Social Studies will lead your little ones through exploring topics such as their homes, what they look like, what times of the day mean, and much more. The printable worksheets that are included are fun and easy to print out and include in a notebook as a special keepsake.

You’ve heard of Russia and Brazil. What about Moldova and Swaziland? This course will travel the globe, from continent to continent, providing a brief glimpse of the culture present within each country on that continent, with an opportunity for further research to enrich the student’s understanding of the world around them. From population and languages to religion and holidays, there is an abundance of facts to learn about each stop along the way.

More than two dozen units are available in this ongoing course taught by attorney, wife, and homeschool mom Deborah Burton. Lessons are designed to help students learn about the law and participate in their own mock trials. Teacher helps are provided; new units are added monthly.

With more than a dozen different activities and activity ideas, the Preschool Playground Social Studies collection can be used to supplement early learning or as part of our complete Preschool Playground curriculum.

This short elementary course is a great way to introduce your young students to the way the democratic system of government in the United States is designed to work as well as introduce them to the Constitution and what it means.

This fun elementary course is designed to help students learn how the government and our communities are designed to work and the part they can play in helping them be the best they can be.

Biblical principles essential for liberty are individuality, limited government, Christian self-government, Christian character, private property, local self government and union. These were once commonly understood and applied in American culture. During each lesson, students will uncover and discuss one of the Seven Principles that undergird the US Constitution.

History is full of stories, and this modern history class for early elementary students helps students learn the story of history starting with their own. They’ll build a family tree and then work backward through history until the 1870s and the days of Alexander Graham Bell. There are fun notebooking activities designed to help your child personalize their story of history.

Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans is designed to not only bring history to life but to also build language through vocabulary activities, practice handwriting skills with copywork, apply the lessons of the story through Bible activities, help students learn about geography, improve reading comprehension, and foster creativity through hands-on projects.

From icy Greenland to Tierra del Fuego, the Western Hemisphere includes more than two dozen countries and territories, is home to close to one billion people, and is a wealth of countless cultures, languages, and people groups. This course is a basic introduction to the geography and peoples of the Western Hemisphere.

With this course, students have the opportunity to learn about ten different professions: chef, construction worker, dentist, doctor, farmer, firefighter, mail carrier, nurse, police officer, and teacher. Components of Bible, math, reading, science, health, writing, and social studies are included in this course to help students learn more about these professions.

*Some courses are also listed above by subject.

Adventures with Books includes suggested reading lists based on a theme and related activities you can do with your family to bring the stories to life. Activities and books for various ages are included, and themes include holidays, authors, and much more.

All About Shapes is a fun way to teach and reinforce basic shapes with your preschooler through games, foods, books, crafts, and more! Learn about circles, ovals, squares, rectangles, triangles, stars, pentagons, octagons, crescents, hearts, and diamonds/rhombi.

Baby Beginnings is a series of lessons and activities you can do with your baby to encourage nurturing, playing, and learning. The lessons are tailored to the months of your baby’s development.

Marriages face threats from all sides—busyness, financial stress, anger, resentment, adultery. This video series helps couples look at some of these threats and find healthy, Biblically based methods of protecting against them and healing from the hurt they can cause.

Michelle Miller, of the Children’s Preservation Library and Truth Quest History, compiled suggested book lists that explore everything from photography to travel, character development to history, spelling and grammar to Africa. Suggested reading levels are included for every topic.

Join veteran homeschooler and speaker Cindy West as she shows you how to incorporate a touch of Charlotte Mason in your homeschool. She explains what the Charlotte Mason Method is, how it is used, and the benefits it can have for your family. Join her and learn about narration, living math, nature study, and more!

Schoolhouse Teacher Andy Erickson shares his training and personal experience with overwhelmed parents of high schoolers. His class is perfect for teens and parents to take together. Bi-monthly lessons walk high school students and their parents through the process of choosing a college, applying for financial aid, and attending college. Material is provided for freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and parents, and is designed to take families through four years of preparation.

Decisions, and the process we use to make them, set the direction for our lives. We are constantly bombarded with decisions that need to be made, each one requiring us to weigh the choice carefully so we don’t squander the time we’ve been given. Sometimes, the options in front of us can seem overwhelming. One way to take some of the stress out of decisions is by forming our own strategic plan. All successful businesses have one. They know their goals, what will help to accomplish them, and what will only be a distraction. This simple and straightforward resource will help you develop the same kind of plan for your own life.

Disconnected is a discussion with three of the foremost youth leaders and a psychiatrist gets to the heart of teens’ deepest desires: to be loved unconditionally and to be valued. In this thought-provoking and engaging presentation, three prominent youth leaders and a psychiatrist offer insights to help you build strong, authentic relationships based on affirmation, encouragement, compassion, and guidance.

Written by a mom who homeschooled four children through high school graduation, these thirty-one short studies address the issues and pressures experienced by those who have chosen to educate their children at home.

This course is designed as an introduction to grammar for students who are second language learners. Each week will include a new lesson and an answer key. Lessons are broken down into the background of the principle being studied, guided practice, independent practice, and extension exercises.

Eight weekly lessons share resources and tips with parents who are teaching ESL in their homes.

Do you want to become more organized? These 116 daily tips can help you bring order to your kitchen, your closet, and even your daily schedule.

Bethany Learn of Fit2B Studio teaches with both video and printable components, explaining the importance of understanding and applying proper fitness while giving you and your family practical ways to get up and get healthy!

Jennifer Needham’s 14-week course will help your family learn the fundamentals of nutrition, understand why certain foods are healthier than others, and find ways you can apply what you learn to develop a healthier lifestyle.

Finally Conquer Fractions by Laura Baggett is designed to equip homeschool parents with the tools, confidence, and motivation needed for effectively teaching math to their children. This course focuses on the subject of fractions and provides a visual, step-by-step breakdown of what fractions are, how they work, and why they behave the way they do. Tips are also included for explaining fractions to your children.

Growing in Homeschool Confidence by Willemien Kruger is designed to help parents grow in their confidence and know-how on home education. This is not only for parents who have already made the decision to homeschool, but for parents who are considering homeschooling and those who have just started. Even those who view themselves as longtime homeschoolers can benefit by this course as they seek to improve. Each of the 18 lessons includes questions and homework assignments to help parents deeply explore the questions and topics discussed. Some of the topics explored include how to get started with home education, childhood development phases, learning styles, and developing a course of study.

Hands-On Math Help with Cuisenaire Rods is designed to empower parents to help their children learn. Its purpose is to help parents of students in preschool-3rd grade make math enjoyable instead of frustrating. Through a free app and weekly tutorial videos, Philip Rowlands shows parents how to teach math in a manner that involves play, directed activities, open-ended tasks, and challenges. It is designed to work with Cuisenaire rods, but instructions for making your own set are included if you do not currently have them.

This collection of five eBooks shares tips for how to get organized, stories of what has worked for other families, suggestions for how to make the best of the materials you have available, and how to do it all on a budget. Whether you are struggling with day-to-day chaos or just trying to find the pencil sharpener, this collection has help and encouragement for you.

What in the world are we homeschooling for anyway? Are you at your wits’ end with frustration over a particularly rebellious child? Have you ever had days when your 8-year-old doesn’t “get” the math problem you’ve just explained three times? Do you sometimes forget that with prayer we can be at peace during these times and that we can walk through it all in victory? This collection of fifteen eBooks shares the hearts of homeschool moms much like you and offers prayers, encouragement, wisdom, and the precious reminder that you are not alone.

Shouldn’t writing be fun? Does your child hate to write? Can he weave a beautiful story verbally but come up empty when asked to put one on paper? This series of eBooks shares insight into practical ways to nullify some of the problems reluctant writers face, overcome writers block, and start enjoying writing.

Heritage crafts are life skills that people in the past used to create art and live productive lives. Students learn about these life skills by making corn husk dolls, writing with quills, making ink, drying apples, making candles, and more. This class is best done as a family, as some portions of the crafts require parental supervision.

This series of articles by Jan Pierce offers help and tips to parents on topics including how to teach a gifted student, ways to have fun with science, ideas for unplugged family fun, ideas for cozy read-alouds, and how to support your young learners while also sharing some help for the holidays.

There are many homeschooling resources created for homeschooling moms, but moms aren’t the only ones in the trenches of homeschooling. Homeschool Dads: Leading the Charge includes twenty-four of the best articles for homeschool dads from The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine to encourage dads on the homeschooling journey.

These monthly articles are designed to help moms refresh and reflect on what is important: loving family, loving learning, and loving God. A new article will be shared each month.

If you are struggling with life-threatening changes or simply the day-to-day struggles of life, Nancy would like to come alongside you and encourage you with this series of Homeschooling Through the Rough Spots articles. Let her show you that it is possible to reach the other side in victory.

If you’ve ever wanted to ditch the chemicals in your household cleaners, can what you grow or purchase at a farmer’s market, make your own gifts and candles, or learn how to do things the natural way, you need to see what Lisa Barthuly is teaching us in her Homesteading class. This ongoing course shares tips and detailed instructions that can enable you and your family to live more simply and naturally. Printables and some how-to videos are included with these weekly lessons.

Veteran educator and Australian lecturer Dr. Peter Price has made it his mission to “change the experience of millions of children who currently find math boring or frustrating.” His weekly video lessons explain various strategies to parents for teaching elementary math skills to their children. He also provides weekly practice worksheets for the children to enjoy.

What if the middle of your homeschooling years could be as exciting as that first one? This series of monthly articles by homeschool graduate and homeschooling mother of ten, Amber Smith, is designed to equip you to finish strong by helping you live well in the middle.

Forty-eight daily devotionals full of laughter, encouragement, Biblical promises, practical de-stressing tips, and relatable stories are designed to help moms find Joy in the Morning and be replenished so they can continue to pour into their families and loved ones.

Mother and home educator Edwina Moody shares practical tips to help you teach your hands-on learner virtually any subject from math to geography. Printables and additional resources are included.

This mini-course is designed to help parents understand the Charlotte Mason method of writing instruction so they can inspire their children and help them express themselves in the best way possible.

In Making Marriage Work, with Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott, twenty couples share their deepest struggles, conflicts, and misconceptions about marriage. This four-part video series includes Biblical and practical tips to cultivate a healthy and happy marriage.

Marriage: Built to Last isn’t your typical marriage study. Throughout the series, you’ll watch 24 real-life couples from across the country share candidly about their struggles in communication, finances, sexual intimacy, expectations, and more. Whether you’re newly married, remarried, or wanting to improve your relationship, Chip Ingram provides Biblical and practical teaching to give you tools to live intentionally and love Biblically.

Thirteen monthly lessons are designed to encourage the entire family to learn important vocal skills while building confidence and trust individually and as a family.

Nourishing Nuggets with Wendy Stoller is a 16-week nutrition course that looks at the amazing way God created our bodies to work, explains the basic building blocks of food, and discusses how healthy eating choices can impact our lives.

In these six sessions, Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott will take you through a parenting approach that takes a sneak peek at real-life parenting moments and vulnerable questions from twenty families, helps you discover ten Biblical traits that will make you a better person and a better parent, and enables you to begin to intentionally pass on key traits to your kids.

Parenting Tips with Dr. Scott Turansky is a series of ten weekly articles designed to help parents understand what it means to parent the hearts of their children. This series breaks away from the common model of behavior modification and explores ways you can connect God’s truth with the hearts of your children to effect real, lasting change that makes an eternal difference.

Good parenting means using your head, your heart, and your faith. Parenting Your Teenager with Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott equips moms and dads to recognize common patterns, plan effective strategies, and build character. Worksheets accompany this 90-minute video course.

Matthew Glavach, Ph.D., veteran researcher and educator, offers a new unit each month to help your struggling reader excel.

Special Families with Special Needs is a series of articles designed to help and encourage parents of children with special needs. This series speaks to topics including self-care, marriage, how to start a special needs group, what every special needs family wishes you knew, and more.

Judi Munday, M.A., M. Ed., and owner of HIS Place for Help in School offers nineteen monthly units designed to encourage and equip parents to enable their children to excel. From writing short-term goals for your children to choosing curriculum materials, modifying and adapting instruction to understanding language-based learning disabilities, and more, Judi’s lessons are full of a large amount of encouragement, practical tips, and helpful resources.

This is a series of articles by the mother of a boy dealing with the volatile combination of autism, Tourette’s syndrome, and puberty. Its purpose is to encourage you, share with you, and remind you of God’s faithful love no matter how dark the day is you are going through.

Whether your children are young kids or teenagers, there are important concepts about finances and stewardship they need to understand. This video series helps parents share Biblical strategies concerning handling money with their families.

Tips for Homeschooling Active Learners is a series of articles by Melinda Boring designed to help parents teach students who crave movement. Melinda is a veteran homeschool mom, having graduated three children, two of whom had learning challenges. Melinda loves to encourage home educating parents and give them practical tips to help them through some of the challenges they face along the way.

Understanding Sensory Processing Disorders is a series of articles that enables parents to better understand their children’s sensory processing disorders (SPDs) and set them up to succeed instead of fail. It looks at what SPDs are and are not and how parents can help children excel as well as offering plenty of encouragement for parents along the way.

We all have dreams for how our family’s future will look. What do you do when things don’t go as planned? When a child makes choices that devastate your family? When the people you thought would understand don’t? When there is an ache in your heart that never seems to end? Read these words from a mom who has been there and is still taking the future one step of faith at a time.

You probably already know our next teacher from her more than 900 recipes in the eight cookbooks she has published. Sue Gregg’s class begins with an introduction to whole foods cooking, her story, and an explanation of what children can learn about cooking at various ages. You’ll waste no time putting what you learn into practice by making blender cornbread, almond and coconut milk, almond coffee cake, and many other tasty dishes! Every lesson includes printable resources, recipes, photographs, and more.

Writing Mechanics is a homeschool language arts resource designed to supplement any homeschool writing curriculum through an outstanding step-by-step writing system. Included are the five strands of instruction, divided into 20 steps, that can make a significant difference in the homeschool student’s writing.

Homeschooling is hard. Homeschooling a special needs child comes with its own set of challenges. This article series, written by the mom of a special needs child, is designed to encourage parents that they, too, can homeschool their special needs child and that they, in turn, can encourage and fuel their physical, mental, social, and spiritual development.

Your Child’s Learning Style is a series of articles designed to help you identify and understand your child’s preferred learning style so that you can teach to his or her strengths and find creative approaches you can use to tackle weaknesses. Come discover new ways of helping your children excel!

Course Availability

The vast majority of our courses on SchoolhouseTeachers.com are available from year to year with no change to their availability. From time to time, the details of an agreement with a content provider require us to make the course available for a limited period of time. When this ending date is known before a course begins, the information is posted on the course landing page. When that ending date is known after a course has begun on our site, the information is added to the course lessons page, generally 90 days before the course ends, or longer. Everything possible is always done to make sure that students who have begun the course have ample time to complete it, and we will always attempt to replace the course as quickly as possible but are not always able to find a replacement. If you ever had any questions regarding course availability, please don’t hesitate to contact the Executive Manager at stmanager@theoldschoolhouse.com.

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Course Samples

Below you will find a list of all of our courses that have samples. They are separated into subjects, so if you're looking for a sample of a course in a specific subject, just click on the tab with the subject title. This is NOT a full listing of all of our classes. For a full list, please see the Course Directory.

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Each lesson in A Century of Art explores the unique elements that contribute to the particular style, including the history, and introduces students to key artists of the time period. Each also includes an art project to familiarize students with the style. Numerous opportunities for students to explore one or more styles more deeply are provided. For a preview of the course A Century of Art, click here

This six-week course is designed to introduce children in first through third grades to the basics of color and significant types of art including still lifes, abstract, landscapes, and self-portraits. Each lesson includes an art activity for students to experiment with what they have learned. For a preview of the All About Art course, click here.

What did Michelangelo have to do with the Reformation? How did the Baroque period send the Pilgrims high-tailing it to the New World? Nothing happens in a vacuum. History affects art, and sometimes, art affects history. This course explores how world events have impacted art and how different artists communicate their message through their art. For a preview of the Art & History: Interconnected course, click here.

Each lesson in Art: The Timeless Treasure discusses characteristics of the style; art, architecture, sculpture; artists and architects; and each lesson includes a wide variety of activities. Each also includes an art project to familiarize students with the style. Numerous opportunities for students to explore one or more styles more deeply are provided. For a preview of the Art: The Timeless Treasure course, click here.

This digital art course introduces students to the world of possibilities for putting their artistic and creative skills to work online in any number of fields. The course covers rules governing images, where to find them, how to edit and manipulate images, fonts and word art, logos and banner ads, images for social media branding, product design, and more. For a preview of the Digital Art and Product Designs for Small Business course, click here.

Discovering Art History helps students learn to group paintings or other artwork by style, subject, or artist and introduces several different careers in the field of art. Students will learn about various styles and artists and have a chance to practice each style learned. Numerous art-related books available through many libraries are also suggested to enhance learning. For a preview of the Discovering Art History course, click here.

Elementary Art is a series of units designed for various elementary ages. Each unit focuses on a different area of art such as famous artists, color theory, primary colors, and more. For a preview of the Elementary Art course, click here.

Do you have a child you would like to introduce to art appreciation through a subject he enjoys more, such as history or science? Do you want a unit study that explores art appreciation alongside other core subjects? We have more than 75 unit studies (ranging from 5-day to 10-day) that cover various pieces of art and architecture through subjects such as math, English, history, the Bible, and more.

For a preview of the 5-day unit study for Everyday Easels course, click here.

For a preview of the 10-day unit study for Everyday Easels course, click here.

Whether your student wants to create three-dimensional art with cardboard or use oil pastels to create a detailed scene, Exploring the World of Art taught by Angela Beeson provides step-by-step art lessons in many different mediums for the elementary through high school student. For a preview of the Exploring the World of Art course, click here.

Learning About Art is a fun series of ten lessons specially designed to teach preschoolers and early elementary students about art. They’ll look at Audubon, Homer, Rousseau, and many other masters and learn about things like lines, movement, shapes, and more. They’ll also have a chance to make their own creative pictures. Much guidance is given, so there is no former knowledge of art required to present this class. For a preview of the Learning About Art course, click here.

Have you run out of ideas for incorporating art and music into your preschooler’s day? Preschool Playground: Arts, Crafts & Music is full of fun activities that are easy to implement—fun crafts (get sticky, painty, and creative!), great music (songs, instruments, even music appreciation!), puzzles, patterns, and more. Get inspired with more than 35 activities, and your children will learn as they have a great time with you! For a preview of the Preschool Playground: Arts, Crafts & Music course, click here.

Sharon Jeffus of Visual Manna showcases the work of her teen artists who are pursuing art as a ministry. More than forty lessons are available in this ongoing art study. Each lesson is designed to be done in a one- or two-week period. Lessons teach artistic skills through the study and imitation of the masters. For a preview of the Studio Art for Teens course, click here.

Through Scripture reading, comprehension questions, reflection questions, and a number of writing activities, this study helps girls and their moms study God’s Word together and grow in Godly character. There is a version for 6th-9th grades and a version for teens, both included. For a preview of the course A Study of Extraordinary Women in the Bible, click here.

Why does a good God let bad things happen? How is Jesus unique from other religious leaders? Through six video lessons, Addressing Cultural Issues enables your student to answer these questions and more. In a culture that rejects and attacks Christian beliefs and values, your student will be equipped to form Biblical responses to today's cultural issues. For a preview of a worksheet included to enhance learning, click here.

Thousands of years or billions of years? Made in God’s image or descended from monkeys? Your student will learn the Biblical viewpoints relating to these questions and many more in this fourteen-week course. Students study Bible verses related to this debate and learn factual information in various subjects. This video course shows the plain evidence and proof for Creationism and allows students to decide for themselves. For a preview of a worksheet included to enhance learning, click here.

Bible Adventures is a series of illustrated Bible stories for elementary children. The full-color files are styled like a picture book (click here for a preview) and can be easily viewed on the computer. Each month, a new Bible story will be shared in three weekly installments. On the fourth week, a printable packet of related activity sheets such as coloring pages and word searches will be provided (click here for a preview). Many lessons also include a helpful Teacher Pack full of resources for bringing the stories to life. Some Bible Adventures stories are also available in Bengali, French, Dutch, German,Hindi, Indonesian, Mandarin, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Tagalog, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese. For a preview of a Mandarin-language Bible story, click here.

Do you want a Bible curriculum that will teach your children basic stories of the Bible in video format? Bible Stories for Kids does just that! With twenty-three video-based lessons, elementary-aged children are introduced to key people and events of the Bible such as Joseph, Moses, David, Esther, and most importantly, Jesus. For a preview of a worksheet included to enhance learning, click here.

Do you ever fumble when asked to give an explanation for your creationist worldview? Do you sometimes wonder if there is actually proof other than the Bible for creation? The video lessons in Creation Apologetics will answer many questions about Biblical creation and enable you to defend it using truths from biology, geology, physics, history, and more. The course is written for middle and high school students, although it also makes a great series for a family to view and discuss together! For a preview of a worksheet included to enhance learning, click here.

Would you like to help move your students from Biblical knowledge to spiritual application? The main focus of this study is to help students learn to love God and deepen their relationship and fellowship with Him. Progressing through this study, we show how God and Christ have exactly the same attributes in their character and LOVE for us as people. People sometimes have subtle reservations and misunderstandings about God due to hearing Old Testament stories of his judgment. (Actually, His judgment flowed from his love when He was trying to bring a rebellious and sinful people back into relationship and fellowship with Himself.) This essential study helps students strengthen and repair their spiritual foundations before they try to discover who they are in Christ. For a preview of the Discovering Our Amazing God course, click here.

What is theology, and is the study of theology relevant and practical for living? This advanced class challenges students to dig deeper into Scripture as they study theology, its practical applications to living, the dangers of wrong approaches to theology, and the fundamentals of several doctrines including Bibliology, anthropology, Christology, and ecclesiology. For a preview of the Introduction to Theology Part One: Foundations course, click here.

The better we understand the doctrine of salvation, the better we understand the magnificent mercy, grace, love, justice, wrath, holiness, and power of God. The doctrine of salvation, soteriology, and its relationship to other doctrines, is studied in depth in this course. For a preview of the Introduction to Theology Part Two: Soteriology course, click here.

This course is presented from a Biblical worldview and will introduce students to Biblical and current worldviews and philosophies. It is designed to help students recognize their own worldview and philosophy and equip them to compare, develop, and defend a position that is reasonable, realistic, and theologically sound. Students will learn to be able to trace the history of Western philosophy from its Greek origins. This course is based on independent research. Material and links are given to guide students to resources, but students must investigate and read various related resources to gain a thorough understanding of the topics discussed. For a preview of the Introduction to Worldview and Philosophy course, click here.

Many students know Bible study is important, but sometimes understanding how to read and study the Bible in a way that helps them truly understand it can be a challenge. This course challenges preteens and teens to go deeper in their study of God’s Word, looks at four ways to study Scripture, and walks them through nine Bible studies. For a preview of the Methods of Bible Study course, click here.

This advanced class challenges students to dig deeper into Scripture while examining Jonathan Edwards’ classic work Religious Affections. Through twenty units, Dr. Biehl examines the arguments raised in the book and poses numerous questions and points for discussion. For a preview of the Reading Religious Affections course, click here.

Stewardship of God’s Earth is designed to introduce students of all ages to some of the basics of being good stewards of our natural resources. Topics such as compost, earthworms, repurposing, recycling, and personal stewardship are discussed. For a preview of the Stewardship of God's Earth course, click here.

This advanced class challenges students to go deeper into Scripture while examining Jonathan Edwards’ classic work The Great Doctrine of Original Sin Defended. Through twenty-four units, Dr. Biehl examines the arguments raised in the book and poses numerous questions and points for discussion. The class concludes with a comprehensive written assignment. For a preview of the Study of Original Sin course, click here.

Editing Photos with GIMP teaches timeless principles of digital image manipulation using the GNU Image Manipulation Program. The course covers editing basics and image manipulation tools, along with numerous filters available to set loose the student's creativity in each photograph. For a preview of the Editing Photos with GIMP course, click here.

Do you have a teen who is itching to start his or her own business? Do you have a child who loves to dream big and reach for the stars? We would love to introduce you to Dana Beasley and her class—Become an Internet Entrepreneur! Twenty-four weekly lessons help your teen learn how to start and promote a business and learn timeless business principles. Whether your teen actually starts his own business during this course or creates a mock business, he should be prepared to discover brand new ways to explore his God-given passions and purpose. For a preview of the Internet Entrepreneurship for Teens course, click here.

In the Web Game Design class, students are going to learn how to create some simple games right in their web browser. This is a programming-centric class, meaning the students will be writing (typing) code to make things happen. The course will cover topics including starting a JavaScript game, handling images and sound effects, input fields, 2D frame animation, virtual worlds, and much more. For a preview of the Web Game Design course, click here.

This is an eighteen-week class designed for students who want to gain more instruction in public speaking and the evaluation of speeches. This course requires the student to study various types of speeches and both write and deliver several of his or her own. It is recommended that the student complete the Introduction to Public Speaking class before moving into this class, as it will build on some of the concepts learned. For a preview of the Advanced Public Speaking course, click here.

Homeschool and recent Biola University graduate Rebekah Bell has excelled as a young public and debate speaker in national competitions. This five-month introductory course teaches the basics of public speaking and the several types of speeches. For a preview of the Public Speaking course, click here.

Reader’s Theater presented by Susan Brown is a series of 76 short scripts designed to be read by two or more students. Memorization is not required because the focus on this form of drama is on readingthe work with expression rather than reciting it. They are easily adapted to both single-child households and small groups. These scripts are a wonderful tool to increase reading skills, comprehension, speaking skills, and confidence. For a preview of the Reader’s Theater course, click here.

Bring drama to your homeschool with more than a dozen classic plays. This drama elective studies the works and world of Shakespeare, alongside the Biblical truths that can be learned from each play. Units are organized by play or topic. For a preview of the Simply Shakespeare course, click here.

Through twelve lessons, Karen shares everything students need to know about getting started baking breads, from the vocabulary and understanding why yeast works, to how to turn it into an entrepreneurial business of their own. Throughout the course, she weaves lessons and encourages reflections on Jesus, the Bread of Life. For a preview of the Breadmaking Devotional course, click here.

This eight-week course is designed to help students consider the world of career possibilities. From seeking God's will and inventorying their talents to understanding career clusters and job shadowing, Career Exploration will help pre-teens and teens prepare for whatever future God has designed for them. For a preview of the Career Exploration course, click here.

Schoolhouse Teacher Andy Erickson shares his training and personal experience with overwhelmed parents of high schoolers. His class is perfect for teens and parents to take together. Bi-monthly lessons walk high school students and their parents through the process of choosing a college, applying for financial aid, and attending college. Material is provided for freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and parents, and is designed to take families through four years of preparation. For a preview, you can view the application checklist here. For a sample from the freshmen track, click here (separate tracks are provided for freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors).

Hands-On-Architecture taught by Amy Gillispie (Mrs. G.) on SchoolhouseTeachers.com provides step-by-step architecture lessons in many different mediums for the lower elementary through middle school student. Unit 1 will introduce students to exciting, easy-to-find materials they will use to make fun architectural structures, Unit 2 will lead students through the design of their own HOME, and Unit 3 will lead students through the design of a ZOO! For a preview of the Hands-On Architecture course, click here.

Heritage crafts are life skills that people in the past used to create art and live productive lives. Students learn about these life skills by making corn husk dolls, writing with quills, making ink, drying apples, making candles, and more. This class is best done as a family, as some portions of the crafts require parental supervision. For a preview of the Heritage Crafts course, click here.

Through the eighteen units in this high school home economics course, students will learn the basics of kitchen organization, basic cooking skills, how to shop smart, meal planning, money and time management, hospitality, housecleaning and decluttering, laundry, home decorating, basic sewing skills, routine home maintenance, babysitting, first aid, preparing for emergencies, drawing up a family purpose statement, and more. For a preview of the High School Home Economics course, click here.

Home Economics is more than learning about how to bake a cake or set a table; it is about learning fundamental lessons that can be built upon throughout life. Twenty-three weekly lessons teach basic home skills, such as cooking and showing hospitality, as well as personal skills, including hygiene and manners. Emphasis is placed on the Biblical basis for important character traits, and weekly Scripture verses to memorize are included. For a preview of the Home Economics course, click here.

If you’ve ever wanted to ditch the chemicals in your household cleaners, can what you grow or purchase at a farmer’s market, make your own gifts and candles, or learn how to do things the natural way, you need to see what Lisa Barthuly is teaching us in her Homesteading class. This ongoing course shares tips and detailed instructions that can enable you and your family to live more simply and naturally. Printables and some how-to videos are included with these weekly lessons. For a preview of the Homesteading course, click here.

This course covers basic components of architecture, as well as various structures, including skyscrapers, bridges, cathedrals, homes, castles, and sports arenas. Students will learn about aspects of each structure, including the marvel of its inception at that particular point in history, its function, the architects (where applicable) responsible for its creation, and the science behind its stability. For a preview of the Introduction of Architecture course, click here.

Introduction to Graphic Design is an excellent guide to the basics of graphic design for your middle school and high school students. It will teach students how to recognize quality graphic designs in the products they see and interact with every day, what makes certain designs stand out, how to design an eye-catching ad that communicates a specific message to a target audience, and what types of jobs are available for graphic designers today. For a preview of the Introduction to Graphic Design course, click here.

  • Logic (Middle School–High School)

Through the written instructions, examples, assignments, and quizzes contained in this homeschool logic curriculum, students learn to analyze statements, advertisements, and arguments and to identify faulty reasoning contained in each. Common fallacies discussed include the appeal to pity, appeal to fear, begging the question, hasty generalization, and many more. For a preview of the Logic course, click here.

How are we influenced by the media and society? How can we exert a positive influence on the media and our culture? Join Dr. Lisa Dunne, award-winning author, and lead your family on a nineteen-week course to discover the answers. For a preview of the Media Socialization course, click here.

Michele Peterson’s thirty weekly lessons teach students how to see the way their camera “sees” and then to use that knowledge to create a recipe for the perfect picture. For a preview of the Photography course, click here.

Carol Topp’s second eight-week class with SchoolhouseTeachers.com, Starting a Microbusiness (for Teens), looks at what can be learned from starting a micro business, how to find your ideas and make a business plan, how to market your business, and more. For a preview of the Starting a Micro Business (for Teens) course, click here.

You probably already know our next teacher from her more than 900 recipes in the eight cookbooks she has published. Sue Gregg’s class begins with an introduction to whole foods cooking, her story, and an explanation of what children can learn about cooking at various ages. You’ll waste no time putting what you learn into practice by making blender cornbread, almond and coconut milk, almond coffee cake, and more! For a preview of the Whole Foods Cooking with Sue Gregg course, click here.

This fun course from Kelli Becton offers fifteen weekly lessons that introduce animals from alligators to jellyfish. Bible reading, Scripture memorization, copywork, vocabulary, spelling, geography, math, activities, crafts, coloring pages, crossword puzzles, and notebooking are included. For a preview of the Wildlife Adventures course, click here.

Are you curious about the Korean landscape and culture? Have you always wanted to learn an Asian language but hesitated due to the challenge of learning a new alphabet and difficult vocabulary? This course was designed for you. Basic Conversational Korean is a high school level homeschool curriculum consisting of 36 lessons. It uses PowerPoint® presentations with audio material to help with pronounciation. There are also printable worksheets, vocabulary lists, quizzes and exams, and answer keys. For a preview of the Basic Conversational Korean course, click here.

This course is designed as an introduction to grammar for students who are second language learners. Each week's lesson will include a new topic and an answer key. Lessons are broken down into the background of the principle being studied, guided practice, independent practice, and extension exercises. For a preview of the ESL Language Arts course, click here.

Eight weekly lessons share resources and tips with parents who are teaching ESL in their homes. For a preview of the ESL Vocabulary course, click here.

Maps are an integral part of geography. This course starts with basic map skills including directions and the compass rose and advances through a study of latitude and longitude, various types of maps, natural resources, how settlement and war have impacted political maps, settlements and land use, natural disasters, and natural hazards. For a preview of the All about Maps course, click here.

Travel with Safari Saeed and teacher Bonnie Rose Hudson for a thirty-eight week tour of more than thirty Asian countries. Students will be introduced to the people, the history, and the animals of Asia through reading, writing, spelling and vocabulary, art, science, hands-on activities, and math worksheets. For a preview of the Asia: Trade Route Safari course, click here.

Explore the history of a different state of Australia or area of New Zealand one unit at a time. Seven monthly units take students across Australia and New Zealand, exploring historic locations and meeting exotic animals. Activities are provided for Kindergarten-2nd grade, 3rd-6th grade, and 7th-12th grade. For a preview of the Everyday Explorers: Australia & New Zealand course, click here.

Who says history is dull? Not us! Join us as eleven monthly units take students across Canada, exploring the history and natural beauty of this vast land. Activities are provided for Kindergarten-2nd grade, 3rd-6th grade, and 7th-12th grade. For a preview of the Everyday Explorers: Canada course, click here.

Enjoy learning about the past and the present as we explore a different state each month. Students will travel across the United States, exploring history and the wonders of the nation's states. Activities are provided for each grade level as needed using Explorer Packs, Travel Journals, and some states even have Coloring Packs for younger students. This is an ongoing series with many, but not all states, currently available. More states will be added as they are created. For a preview of the Everyday Explorers: USA course, click here.

Living Geography introduces students to a few of the many cultures and countries of the world through the story of Lucy, who is stuck inside while recovering from an illness. Printable activities focus on communicating key geography concepts to young students. For a preview of the Living Geography course, click here.

Wonders of the World is a five-week mini-course that takes a closer look at the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. Students will enjoy learning about the history of these wonders through text, activities, puzzles, copywork, and more. For a preview of the Wonders of the World course, click here.

Bethany Learn of Fit2B Studio teaches with both video and printable components, explaining the importance of understanding and applying proper fitness while giving you and your family practical ways to get up and get healthy! For a preview of the Family Fitness course, click here.

Jennifer Needham’s 14-week course will help your family learn the fundamentals of nutrition, understand why certain foods are healthier than others, and find ways you can apply what you learn to develop a healthier lifestyle. For a preview of the Family Nutrition course, click here.

Growing Healthy in First Grade introduces young students to the importance of good nutrition, sleeping well, hygiene, exercise, safety, and manners in a fun, brightly illustrated way that includes activities. For a preview of the Growing Healthy in First Grade course, click here.

This course includes nine lessons, which can be done once weekly or at any pace that fits your schedule. It explores food groups and the importance of a balanced diet, hygiene and staying safe, and using good manners in various situations. For a preview of the Growing Healthy in Second Grade course, click here.

Hazards abound, but with a little training and preparation, children can learn to avoid many of them and prevent some emergencies from happening. From fire, water, and street safety to what to do if someone is bleeding or choking, Growing Healthy in Third Grade discusses everyday situations younger elementary children may encounter and shows them how to respond. For a preview of the Growing Healthy in Third Grade course, click here.

This course includes nine lessons, which can be done once weekly or at any pace that fits your schedule. It explores body systems, how our organs work, and basic first aid. For a preview of the Growing Healthy in Fourth Grade course, click here.

Health 101 is a health class designed for students in 7th-8th grade. Each week will include a printable lesson with links to additional resources. The class will begin by defining what health is, then proceed to discover how to keep various systems of your body healthy. There will also be a discussion of personal hygiene and care. For a preview of the Health 101 course, click here.

Kindergarten Health gently introduces the importance of nutrition, sleep, hygiene, and exercise to students in a fun, brightly illustrated way that includes fun activities. For a preview of the Kindergarten Health course, click here.

This unit is full of bright illustrations and simple worksheets to help your preschooler as they learn about ways to keep themselves and others neat and healthy and ways they can demonstrate good manners at home and in public. For a preview of the Manners and Healthy Habits for Preschool course, click here.

Nourishing Nuggets with Wendy Stoller is an ongoing series of bi-monthly lessons that look at the amazing way God created our bodies to work, explain the basic building blocks of food, and discuss how healthy eating choices can impact our lives. For a preview of the Nourishing Nuggets course, click here.

The Preventing and Responding to Emergencies course helps introduce upper elementary students to ways they can prevent, identify, and treat a variety of emergencies. This course should be studied with parents, and it is not intended to give medical advice or work as a substitute for formal emergency training. For a preview of the Preventing and Responding to Emergencies course, click here.

This world history high school course helps students learn about the history of the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa during the 1500s–1700s. For a preview of the 250 Years of Exploration, Settlement, and Reformation: World History course, click here.

Bring history to life for your littlest learners with a preschool history course focused on the ABCs! This twenty-six week preschool class introduces little ones to key figures in American history, one letter at a time. They’ll discover that A is for Abraham Lincoln, B is for Benjamin Franklin, and more. Each week includes information about the historic figure, suggested reading, a coloring sheet, and other helpful resources. For a preview of the ABC with ME course, click here.

America in the 1800s is a history course designed to help students feel like they are living in the time periods being explored. Through numerous readings and writing assignments such as journal entries and letter writing, students get a unique chance to relive this important period in America’s history from the early days of westward expansion, through the Civil War and Reconstruction, and finally through the days of the transcontinental railroad and Indian Wars. For a preview of the America in the 1800s course, click here.

Through engaging text, pictures, crafts, maps, and more, early elementary students can discover the beginnings of the United States of America, from Columbus to the Bill of Rights. Weekly lessons provide the material you need to bring the past to life, and plenty of supplemental links to free resources around the Internet share ideas to keep your students engaged throughout the week with what they have learned. For a preview of the American History for Beginners course, click here.

American History in Picture Books is a series of history studies based on picture books. It is designed for young, struggling, or ESL readers. Each study includes activities and discussion questions, and some units also include suggested vocabulary. Multiple books are suggested for each topic. For a preview of the American History in Picture Books course, click here.

The story of America is a long and complex one. Through written assignments and activities, this course looks at the people, places, and events that shaped the nation from the time following the Civil War through the end of World War I. For a preview of the American History: Post-Civil War through WWI course, click here.

In this course, students will dig into the period of American history from the War of 1812 through Reconstruction, looking at the nation’s expansion west, the causes and effects of the Mexican-American War, the causes and effects of the Civil War, Reconstruction, and the continued push west and its impact on Native Americans. Numerous written assignments, projects, and critical-thinking exercises are included. For a preview of the American History: Pre-Civil War to Reconstruction course, click here.

This nine-week course introduces students to the key battles and players of the Revolutionary War and incorporates history, geography, reading, critical thinking and analysis, and cursive writing throughout. An answer key is also provided. For a preview of the American Revolution course, click here.

Babylon appears frequently in our study of history and the Bible. But who were the ancient Babylonians, what were their lives like, and what can we learn from the records they left behind? This class takes a closer look at this ancient empire through text-based lessons, maps, and more. For a preview of the Ancient History: Babylonian Life and Mythology course, click here.

Lead your children on a journey through ancient history and explore the cultures of India, the Native Americans, Mesopotamia, Sumer, the lands of the Bible, Egypt, Greece, Rome, and China through thirty-six age-appropriate lessons that includes a wide range of activities and projects. For a preview of the Ancient History for Elementary course, click here.

Through this study, elementary students meet the people of ancient Israel, Sumer, Egypt, China, Rome, Greece, Babylon, and more. For a preview of the Ancient World History course, click here.

Bonnie Rose Hudson shares a sixteen-week introduction to the history of Laos, Bangladesh, Nepal, China, Vietnam, and Iran with an emphasis on what life is like for Christians living there today. For a preview of the Asia: Its People and History course, click here.

From the rough and warlike lives of numerous people groups in Europe to the time of feudalism, the Crusades, and beyond, this middle school homeschool history course looks at life in the Middle Ages before the dawn of the Renaissance. For a preview of the Before the Renaissance: Middle School World History course, click here.

Bold Explorers looks at the lives of more than thirty explorers and is divided into thirty-five short readings. Most sections include a writing or research prompt for further study; a few include hyperlinks for more information or a hands-on activity. Several well-known explorers are discussed as well as dozens of lesser-known explorers. For a preview of the Bold Explorers course, click here.

Church History begins with the foundations of the church in the Old Testament and continues through to the present day. Weekly text-based lessons are each broken into four daily assignments and will involve adding dates to timelines, making maps, reading works from all periods of history, and short-answer writing to provoke thought and deeper comprehension while students read. For a preview of the Church History course, click here.

This semester-long course on the Civil Rights Movement is designed to help students in 7th-9th grade understand the racial tensions that preceded the civil rights movement, learn about some of what happened during it, and become acquainted with key figures of the movement including Rosa Parks, Ralph Abernathy, Medgar Evers, Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcom X, and Thurgood Marshall. Reading and research assignments will be given. For a preview of the Civil Rights Movement course, click here.

During this seventeen-week course, Regan Barr of the Lukeion Project helps students dig deeper as they explore ancient sites such as the Great Theatre of Ephesus and the plain of Marathon, where the Athenians stopped the Persian invasion. Drawing on scholarly research as well as his own years in the field, he shares insights, photographs, and resources to help students understand these ancient sites and learn from them today. For a preview of the Classical Archaeology course, click here.

Jennifer Courtney and the Classical Conversations team supply twenty-nine weekly lessons to help students explore ancient history from the first recorded civilizations through the fall of Rome. Various resources are included such as written lessons, reading assignments, videos, supplemental readings, and more. For a preview of the Classical History course, click here.

Classical Mythology is a high school class that looks at the history and development of Greek and Roman mythology and its continuing influence on our lives today in literature, movies, the arts, and more. For a preview of the Classical Mythology course, click here.

This course studies America’s founding by taking a close look at the people who founded America and the documents and writings they left behind. Reading, research, critical thinking, and analysis are encouraged. Weekly lessons incorporate geography, history, art, Scripture, formal writing, and more. Answer keys are included. For a preview of the Early American History course, click here.

Fashions in History is a multi-level multidisciplinary study for young ladies, focusing on women and children’s fashions from the 18th century to 1910. In addition to readings on the main topic, the study contains optional readings on dolls and 19th-century culture for students of all levels, conversations about museum and archival topics, historic needlework, historic recipes, coloring pages, practice in computer skills, vocabulary, clothespin-doll-making projects, and a short course in hand-sewing and embroidery. Any part of this curriculum may be used to supplement a regular history or home economics course, or it may be used as an elective course. For a preview of the Fashions in History course, click here.

In these kindergarten history lessons, students explore American history from the time of Christopher Columbus to the Revolutionary War. They travel through time, discovering major events that influenced American society, looking at important American symbols and their history, and learning about other cultures and comparing them to American culture. For a preview of the Getting Started with American History for Kindergarten course, click here.

This course encompasses 400 years of history with one focus: the great leaders who propelled it forward—both men and women. This isn’t just a course on the people of history, however. Students will learn about the world at the time these leaders lived. For instance, when discussing Leif Eriksson, students will learn that there were both good and bad effects of exploration on the world. While learning about Willem Janszoon, students identify places on a map; so, they are also studying geography. An entire week is given to the Native Americans from the East Coast to the West Coast. A number of missionaries between the mid-1400s to the late 1800s are also discussed. Activities throughout include vocabulary, word searches, coloring, crosswords, and more. Additional video and book resources are included at the end of each week. Quizzes and answer keys are available as well. For a preview of the Great Leaders in History course, click here.

This supplementary history class is the perfect unit to add to your American history study with younger elementary students. Students will look at topics including indentured servants in the colonies, slavery, immigration, and the significance of Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. For a preview of the Hard Times and Hope course, click here.

The first semester of History Around the World looks at American history from the time of the Great Awakening through the formation of the American Government and the War of 1812. The second semester focuses on world history events, focusing on the movements toward independence in South and Central America as well as the Mexican Revolution, the Aztec, the Inca, and the Maya. For a preview of the History Around the World course, click here.

Explore the globe and discover the history of ancient civilizations including the very start of civilization, the flood, early Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus River Valley, Babylon, the Hittites, the Canaanites, the Phoenicians, Israel, Persia, China, Africa, North and South America, Australia, early Europe, the Greeks, and the Romans with this upper elementary course. For a preview of the History of Ancient Civilizations course, click here.

History of Holidays in America is an introductory survey of the historical and social background of American holidays. It introduces American legal holidays as well as other holidays, celebrations, and commemorations. Each chapter includes vocabulary words related to that holiday, the background of the holiday or celebration, and information about how people honor the day. Links to coloring pages and copywork for younger students are also included. You can use this course to study upcoming holidays, to focus on social studies and study holiday traditions, or to study the history of the holidays discussed or create a timeline of when holidays were first celebrated and formally adopted as holidays. For a preview of the History of Holidays in America course, click here.

Our Kingdoms of the World History homeschool course explores life in the Americas and around the world from the Age of Exploration (beginning in 1492) through the early 1700s. For a preview of the Kingdoms of the World: Fifteenth to Eighteenth Century: World History course, click here.

Leaders of History is an advanced essay-based homeschool history course for high schoolers. Lessons include historical analysis of figures from world history, beginning with Cyrus the Great and concluding with leaders of the 19th century. Homeschool students are challenged to write essays based on their readings and additional research. Readings are excerpted and adapted from Beacon Lights of History, Volumes 2-14 by John Lord, 1883-1902. For a preview of the Leaders of History course, click here.

This elementary history course covers approximately AD 476–492, from the fall of Rome to the beginnings of exploration. Special focus is given to medieval Europe, China, Spain, and the Vikings as well as leaders of the Renaissance and Reformation. For a preview of the Medieval to the Renaissance: Elementary History course, click here.

This high school history course covers approximately AD 476–1492, from the fall of Rome to the beginnings of exploration. Special focus is given to medieval Europe, China, Spain, and the Vikings as well as leaders of the Renaissance and Reformation. For a preview of the Medieval to the Renaissance: High School History course, click here.

Modern History for Elementary shares both American and world history and touches on select topics and events from 1754–present. Through readings, puzzles, and activities, students explore the founding of the United States through World War II and global events such as British colonization, Russian history, and the history of Israel. For a preview of the Modern History for Elementary course, click here.

This one-semester course is designed to teach 6th–9th graders about the daily and family life of many North American Native American tribes by incorporating their history, dwellings, government, methods of farming, clothing, customs, arts and storytelling, and more. For a preview of the Native American History: An Introduction course, click here.

When you hear the word Renaissance, what comes to mind? Leonardo da Vinci? Michelangelo? Do you ever think of shoguns in Japan? What about the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires? Rhonda Clark helps students explore Renaissance History through an ongoing weekly series exploring Renaissance history not only in Europe, but in Africa and Asia as well. Activities include crafts, lapbooks, additional reading suggestions, and more. For a preview of the Renaissance History course, click here.

From the distant days of the Renaissance and Reformation through colonialism and struggles for independence, through the world wars that reshaped the world, our Renaissance to World War II homeschool history course brings the past to life for students. For a preview of the Renaissance to World War II History course, click here.

This Day in History leads students on an exploration of important events—from ancient history through today—with timeline figures, living book lists, short fiction, discussion questions, hands-on activities, and upper grade options. For a preview of the This Day in History course, click here.

Understanding Ancient History leads high school students on a journey through ancient history, from the early civilizations of Sumer and Egypt through the time of Christ. Each unit begins with how geography influenced the development of the culture and then moves into exploring various facets of history and daily life. The civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, China, India, Greece, Rome, and Africa are included, as well as a brief introduction to the Olmec and Chavin peoples. Numerous optional activities are also included for students who wish to dig deeper. For a preview of the Understanding Ancient History course,  click here.

This advanced modern history course challenges upper high school students to dig deep into the events that shaped our world from 1756 through the present day. As they see how events affected and impacted events in various parts of the world, they will begin to see the larger picture of world history and their place in it. For a preview of the Understanding Modern History course, click here.

United States History: Exploration to the Present Day is not about memorizing dates and facts; it is about understanding history and our place in it. Students develop critical thinking skills along with writing and research skills as they dive deeply into history with reading assignments (including numerous selections drawn from primary sources), note taking, research papers, and activities. Both one-year and two-year options are available. Both options cover the same material. The two-year option covers the topics much more deeply and also includes reading several novels that can help students better understand the time periods and events being studied. For a preview of the United States History: Exploration to the Present Day course, click here.

From the days following the end of World War II through the War on Terror and beyond, the US and Modern World History course examines events that have shaped the nation and the world through the lens of a Christian worldview by looking at not only what happened, but why it happened and what the consequences and impact have been. For a preview of the US and Modern World History course, click here.

This course will cover women’s history from ancient times through modern history and will allow students to see the important role women have played throughout history. It will look at the lives of both famous women and ordinary citizens and examine the records they left behind. Weekly lessons will be provided, and additional reading will be suggested. For a preview of the Women Through History course, click here.

World History: A Two-Thousand-Year Tour lets students travel through time, beginning with the establishment of the Roman Republic and ending with present day. This thirty-six-week course will cover some of the major events that have happened in the world and will introduce some of the key players in those events. The lessons will afford students the opportunity to research and learn as they are directed to various websites, online videos, and books (many of which will be available at your local library). Discussion questions are provided, along with tests and essay questions. For a preview of the World History course, click here.

Through thirty-six weeks of creative lessons about the Age of Exploration through the early 1700s, students will meet various ancient civilizations; learn about the expeditions of famous explorers; observe life in the early American colonies; and travel to Japan, India, and beyond. For a preview of the World History: Exploration and Colonization course, click here.

Writing On This Day in History is a fun way to combine writing with history. Each day of the year will feature multiple prompts for your students to choose from that will require historical research and encourage students to make history real by answering questions about their own thoughts and opinions about what they have learned. For a preview of the Writing On This Day in History course, click here.

Adventures with Books includes suggested reading lists based on a theme and related activities you can do with your family to bring the stories to life. Activities and books for various ages are included, and themes include holidays, authors, and much more. For a preview of the Adventures with Books course, click here.

This is an advanced high school literature course for students wishing to explore African American literature from the time of the North American slave narratives to modern plays and playwrights. Students will engage in a variety of learning through various audio/visual resources and multi-media technologies designed to cultivate an understanding of the themes of African American literature. Each student will record his or her experience with the course materials in a creative journal. For a preview of the African American Literature course, click here.

All About the Alphabet is a fun way to teach and reinforce upper and lowercase letters with your preschooler through games, foods, books, crafts, toys, and more. From maps to dolls, treasure hunts to lunch menus, you’ll be amazed by how many fun ways there are to learn about letters! For a preview of the All About the Alphabet course, click here.

American Folklore is a semi-formal introduction to both folklore as a general subject and our own national treasury of folklore. Our focus will primarily be on stories, poems, and songs, but we will enjoy various aspects of our national folklife, as well. We will cover six regions of the country systematically after our opening study of American Indian folklore. The main purpose of this class is to enjoy learning about an often undervalued subject that not only is relevant to every American but that also connects with future studies of American literature and arts. For a preview of the American Folklore course, click here.

American Literature in Historical Context studies American literature and its development from pre-colonization through the present day. Numerous authors are studied as well as the times and culture in which they lived. Students look at what influenced their writing and how their writing influenced others. Answer keys, assessments, and optional devotionals are included. For a preview of the American Literature in Historical Context course, click here.

This course is an exploration of well-known science fiction books that have become classics. It includes novels, short stories, and a few plot summaries. The course begins with a study of the definitions and types of science fiction, as well as some of the common themes in this genre. Your student will continue to learn by reading the books, working through the web activities and explanations, completing written work, and keeping a running list of favorite quotations from each work read. For a preview of the Analyzing Science Fiction Literature from a Christian Worldview course, click here.

By reading and studying a variety of literary genres, Analyzing, Understanding, and Exploring Literature teaches students to become more independent in their ability to analyze themes and structures, explain an author’s purpose and support their view with text-based details, write more confidently, write an analytical essay, write and give a presentation, and more. For a preview of the Analyzing, Understanding, and Exploring Literature course, click here.

Beginning Handwriting and Phonics provides hundreds of activities to make teaching phonics, handwriting, and letter and number recognition easy and fun. Learning activities include tracing and writing practice, cutting and pasting, coloring, matching, and more. For a preview of the Beginning Handwriting and Phonics course, click here.

Teaching beginning communication skills with early learners provides a firm foundation that will help them throughout their lives! Basic speaking and listening skills can also boost self-confidence in many daily routine settings and activities. This course helps you build your child’s listening and speaking skills through thirty simple activities. For a preview of the Beginning Listening and Speaking Skills course, click here.

The Benjamin Franklin Writing Method taught by Cheri Blomquist explores how a man with limited educational opportunities became one of the literary lights of the nation. In this 24-week course your student will follow in Benjamin Franklin’s footsteps by borrowing his step-by-step study method to improve his/her writing. Each lesson will offer a different selection to study. Topics studied include active reading, notetaking, narration, analysis, and writing in a variety of literary genres. For a preview of the Benjamin Franklin Writing Method course, click here.

Janice Campbell delivers eleven monthly lessons exploring the classics and teaching writing through a method of absorbing, analyzing, transforming, and creating. For a preview of the Classics-Based Writing course, click here.

This course on English literature gives an overview of various forms of literature, including poetry, plays, novels, and epics, from the earliest manuscripts to contemporary authors of the twentieth century. Numerous classics are studies, including Beowulf, The Canterbury Tales, Macbeth, the King James Bible, Pilgrim's Progress, Paradise Lost, Gulliver's Travels, Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre, The Screwtape Letters, and various selections of poetry. For a preview of the Classics of English Literature course, click here.

Color Block Handwriting teaches correct letter formation with fifty-two letter units: one for each letter in both lower and upper case. Designed by a mom of kids with writing struggles, this handwriting curriculum can benefit students who are learning to write, as well as students in need of extra support for letter reversals. Feel free to pick and choose letters as needed. For a preview of the Color Block Handwriting course, click here.

Help your students capture the story in their heads and put it down on paper with Crafting Fiction. Through twenty-one bite-size assignments, this class takes the fear out of writing a fictional story and guides students through the process of writing, one step at a time. For a preview of the Crafting Fiction course, click here.

This nine-week course provides students with daily assignments that challenge them to read and analyze a number of selections of literature and create their own composition using what they learn along the way. For a preview of the Creative Composition course, click here.

Do you have a child who loves to write? How about a reluctant writer? Creative Storytelling incorporates activities to engage them both. The course begins with a look at what creative writing is and then moves into character development, plot development, setting, and more. Students will have the foundation for a book or story in place when they complete the class. For a preview of the Creative Storytelling course, click here.

Author Carrie Daws wants to take the pressure off of you and help your kids get interested in writing. In her six-month course, she teaches students about writing fiction, character development, scene development, writing dialogue, fiction guidelines, and getting started in publishing. While not all students will become eager writers (she has two reluctant writers of her own), she says the results just might surprise you! For a preview of the Creative Writing course, click here.

Sharon Watson of WritingWithSharonWatson.com shares a new writing prompt every weekday to inspire students to write something new every day. For a preview of the Daily Writing course, click here.

Help your students learn how to not only read poetry with confidence but also write their own with Discovering Poetic Elements. Through twenty-four bite-size assignments, this class takes the fear out of writing a poem and guides students through the process of writing a poem in one of many styles. For a preview of the Discovering Poetic Elements course, click here.

Enjoy some hands-on learning for your K-5th graders with these twenty-four weekly or monthly unit studies that can help your K-5th graders explore the world around them–without being tied to a desk. Topics include authors or illustrators, backyard critters, baking with math, banishing boring book reports, birds, the life of frontier photographer Evelyn Cameron, fairy tales, growing up Dutch, the ocean, the weather, and even candy canes! You can learn about everything from space to the Renaissance (you can even throw your own Renaissance festival)! For a preview of the Ditch the Desk course, click here.

This elementary writing course is designed to engage students’ imaginations and teach them to transform their imaginings into written form, to teach the basics of writing a variety of fiction and non-fiction styles, and to guide students in the writing process. For a preview of the Elementary Writing with Structure course, click here.

Elements of Literature studies eight genres of literature and helps students learn to identify key literary elements such as the characters, conflict, point of view, and setting. It also teaches students how to apply literary elements to poetry, non-fiction, drama, novels, and all literature. A variety of literary forms and authors are studied, including Louisa May Alcott, Rudyard Kipling, G.A. Henty, Peter Barrie, and many others. For a preview of the Elements of Literature course, click here.

Essay Writing 101 will begin with a look at the writing process and then continue with a study of common essay forms including expository, biographical, descriptive, personal experience, eyewitness report, and cause and effect. It will look at the purpose and elements of each and provide rubrics for self-evaluation. For a preview of the Essay Writing 101 course, click here.

Everyday Copywork brings your student penmanship practice, in both print and cursive, through copying Bible portions, excerpts of literature, foreign language selections, and much more. There are many different lengths, and the copywork varies in difficulty, so it is suitable for many ages. There are also a few copywork selections available in Spanish, helpful for students who wish to practice their Spanish language skills or Spanish-speaking students who wish to practice their handwriting skills. You will also find alphabet worksheets for the little ones who are just learning to print. Help your student improve his/her penmanship with more than 175 copywork selections in both print and cursive. For a preview of the Everyday Copywork course, click here.

Teresa Evans, veteran teacher, adds a daily dash of fun with bright and colorful reading and math games every weekday. Hundreds of printable reading and math games are available, practicing skills such as consonant blends, vowel sounds, place value, addition, subtraction, and much more, plus new games are being added every week. For a preview of Teresa Evans’ Everyday Games course, click here.

Did you know that you have been writing your whole life? It’s true. Even if you have never put a pen to paper or typed out a single word on a keyboard, you have been writing. How? To understand the answer to that question, you need to understand that writing is a process. Even if you have never written anything before, you have been in the first stage of the writing process your entire life. Maybe you have written before. Now you need to move to the next stage.

Maybe you have made up stories or written about other people’s stories or written to a friend about something that happened to you. In this course, there’s far more than writing activities for kids. In this course, you can learn how to be a better writer, and maybe you will produce a different kind of writing than you’ve ever written before. For a preview of the Expanding Your Writing Skills course, click here.

Experiencing Epics and Poetry is a basic introduction to various poetic forms for middle school students. Ample opportunities to read and write poetry are included, as well as opportunities to identify numerous poetic elements and devices. For a preview of the Experiencing Epics and Poetry course, click here.

What exactly is creative writing, and what does good creative writing look like? What are some tools writers have at their disposal to master words and put them in their proper places? In this course, students will learn to employ various tools and develop a style of their own—one that helps them define, in their own beautiful words, what creative writing means to them. For a preview of the Exploring Creative Writing course, click here.

Exploring Literature homeschool language arts curriculum teaches students how to recognize and understand the roles of characters, conflict, setting, and point of view in a wide variety of literature and how they work together to make a great read. After all, learning to read isn’t enough; students must also learn to ask questions and think critically about what they read. For a preview of the Exploring Literature course, click here.

Exploring Poetry with Notebooking is a more in-depth study of poetry, asking children to begin looking at the meaning of the poems. Attention is given to using the context of the poems to define unknown words. Students can begin playing with language and writing their own poetry in a non-threatening way. Students become closer acquainted with poetry by using it as a foundation for dictation. When students read and write quality literature, they become better writers themselves. They begin to integrate those skills into their own writing. This homeschool poetry curriculum studies 20 poems by various authors. For a preview of the Exploring Poetry with Notebooking course, click here.

This course combines a study of classic literature with a study of composition, helping students both analyze and create written compositions. Literature ranging from short stories to plays are explored. For a preview of the Fundamental Elements of Literature and Composition course, click here.

This fun language arts unit studies important concepts such as identifying parts of a story and figurative language through the world of fairy tales, making it a perfect introductory unit for younger elementary students. Almost any stories can be used for most lessons, and links are provided to find many fairy tales online as well. For a preview of the Fun with Fairy Tales course, click here.

This course walks students through the basics of resumes and resume writing in four easy-to-understand lessons. The first lesson describes what a resume is, why it is important, and how to use language effectively when writing a resume. The second lesson explores the main parts of a resume and offers examples and advice on these parts. The third lesson covers the four different types of resumes: chronological, functional, combination, and targeted. Students will learn when to use each type of resume and explore examples of each type. The fourth lesson offers guidelines and tips on formatting a resume. For a preview of the How to Write a Resume course, click here.

If you’re nervous about diving into poetry, this course is a perfect choice! Through 84 bite-sized lessons divided over 21 weeks, students can learn a little about poetry each day without worrying about getting in over their heads. Numerous opportunities to memorize and write original poetry are also included. For a preview of the Introducing the Many Faces of Poetry course, click here.

Language Arts for Elementary: Key Skills helps students understand key skills for grammar and writing and can be used with multiple students in Grades 2–4. Don't let big words like figurative language and declarative sentences worry you! The course starts with the basics of a sentence and moves progressively to more advanced skills, with definitions, examples, and an easy-to-follow format. Extra worksheets are included for additional practice as needed. For a preview of Language Arts for Elementary: Key Skills, click here.

Adam Andrews, the Director of the Center for Literary Education, offers thirty-five literature studies for various ages. Studies range from picture books to C.S. Lewis classics. Discussion questions can be adjusted to fit the grade level of your child. For a preview of Adam Andrews’ Literature course, click here.

Through an eighteen-week study of three classic Shakespeare plays, students will learn why it’s important to study Shakespeare, what his works mean, and why they are still relevant for today. Numerous thought-provoking questions serve to bring these classic works to life for students. For a preview of the Making Shakespeare Important course, click here.

Navigating the World of Research introduces elementary students to several of the most common types of research tools available, explains how and when to use each one as well as how to cite them, and explains how to judge reliability and spot bias in the resources they use. For a preview of the Navigating the World of Research course, click here.

This nine-week introduction to poetry is specifically designed for the student who has not read much poetry in the past. It explores how to read and think about poetry, various poetic forms, vocabulary, literary devices, memorization, writing, and more. For a preview of the Opening the Door to Poetry course, click here.

Help your upper elementary students polish their paragraphs, chart their characters, practice their poetry, and jump into journalism with this elementary writing course. For a preview of the Paragraphs, Poetry, and Prose: Elementary Writing course, click here.

Have fun with your littlest learners and find creative ways to enhance your children’s experience of stories with fun games, activities, and more! Resources for more than three dozen stories are currently available. For a preview of the Pre-K Activities: Read and Play course, click here.

Each weekly theme incorporates fine motor skills and development in five daily activities for children ages 2-5 as they learn about everything from apples to superheroes and snowmen to safaris! Most lessons also include letter/number recognition and counting, sequencing, patterns, or early math readiness. For a preview of the Preschool in a Box course, click here.

Dr. Matthew Glavach, veteran researcher and educator, offers an ongoing series of monthly units to provide a wealth of resources for encouraging and empowering young or struggling readers. Various learning styles and approaches are explored to help your reader excel. For a preview of the Reading Remedies course, click here.

Research Skills for Middle School is a six-week unit designed to supplement a middle school language arts class or help students brush up on research skills. Topics covered include using a dictionary, library skills, writing a bibliography, checking the accuracy of online information, and writing a proper citation. Lessons can be done sequentially, broken down into more than six weeks, or combined into fewer weeks. Select lessons may also be chosen to be completed independently of the rest of the course if review of a certain topic is desired. For a preview of the Research Skills for Middle School course, click here.

This homeschool grammar curriculum is divided into five grade levels and can be used as a full year of grammar or as additional practice and review for elementary students. Each grade level includes basic grammar skills, such as parts of speech, sentence construction, synonyms, antonyms, and more. For a preview of the Schoolhouse Grammar course, click here.

Choose from seven word lists each week to practice spelling and vocabulary on age-appropriate levels. A wide range of spelling and vocabulary skills are explored through engaging activities and puzzles. Flashcard videos are included for Pre-K/K and Lower Elementary visual learners. For a detailed breakdown and description of the Schoolhouse Spelling program, click here. For a preview of the Schoolhouse Spelling Upper Elementary course, click here.

Beth Gorden of 123Homeschool4Me.com shares a fun twenty-six week series about Playing and Learning My ABCs that offers fun activities to help your child do more than simply learn his or her ABCs. These lessons are designed to help your child develop a rich vocabulary, create crafts to practice fine motor skills, interact with what they are learning, and just have fun! For a preview of the Sensory Learning for Toddlers course, click here.

Help your high school students strengthen their Biblical worldview as they study the works of Shakespeare and Dickens and learn to view them, and life, from a Biblical point of view. For a preview of the Shakespeare, Dickens, and the Bible course, click here.

Staring at words on a page can be scary. Staring at a blank page you are supposed to fill with words can be even scarier. Sparking the Noggin: Creative Writing with Pictures overcomes both of those fears with weekly writing assignments that are fun, short, and based on a picture. This is an excellent way to help reluctant writers defeat their fears and start letting out some of the boundless creativity stored inside of them. For a preview of the Sparking the Noggin: Writing with Pictures course, click here.

Story Skills for Reading Comprehension helps a student understand what they read. By taking stories apart and examining each piece, the student develops an awareness of story structure, which is important for both comprehension and for future writing skills. The course starts from the most basic parts of story structure and moves progressively to more advanced skills. For a preview of the Story Skills for Reading Comprehension course, click here.

Teaching Reading Through Play is divided into 180 short lessons, covering a 36-week school year. Each weekly topic features five short activities specially designed to teach reading through play. Doing one activity daily, five days each week, is recommended because short, repetitive exposure of a concept over time is usually more beneficial to young learners than longer lessons less frequently. Also included is weekly information designed to give parents insight into the science of teaching reading and answer some common questions. For a preview of the Teaching Reading Through Play course, click here.

Whether your student sees himself or herself going into a creative field in the future or not, writing concisely, clearly, and powerfully are skills each of us needs to learn. In The Writing Life: Learn to Write Well homeschool course, students are given the opportunity to learn just that. For a preview of the course The Writing Life: Learn to Write Well, click here.

This course offers multiple writing challenges for students to get their creative juices flowing and practice their writing skills. Using one challenge per week, various topics important to writing are covered such as character formation, setting, point of view, genres, and more. They are given the opportunity to brainstorm, edit, and rewrite. For a preview of the Weekly Writing Challenge course, click here.

Words and What to Do with Them is a nine-week writing course for aspiring writers. Instead of teaching students how to write, this course focuses on what you can do with what you have written. It starts out by asking the question, “Why do you want to write?” and concludes with a challenge to keep writing and make your words count. For a preview of the course Words and What to Do with Them course, click here.

  • Writing (Elementary–High School)

Janice Campbell, writer and speaker, helps your children analyze great pieces of literature and learn how to incorporate the techniques the authors used into their own writing. For a preview of Janice Campbell’s Writing course, click here.

Sharon Watson of WritingWithSharonWatson.com delivers a special ten-week course on the skill of comparing and contrasting. Come along with Sharon as she explains how to use this essential tool in your writing. For a preview of the Writing: Compare and Contrast course, click here.

This 36-week course is designed for students who have completed pre-algebra and are ready to advance to the next level of math. This course covers a pre-algebra review, algebraic expressions, solving linear equations, graphing, inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials, factoring, and exponential expressions. It concludes with a final test. For a preview of the Algebra 1 course, click here.

Algebra 2 is a full-year course designed for students who have successfully completed Algebra 1. It includes textbook reading, practice problems, homework, and unit tests. Key vocabulary is highlighted, and study tips are included. An answer key is also included. For a preview of the Algebra 2 course, click here.

All About Shapes is a fun way to teach and reinforce basic shapes with your preschooler through games, foods, books, crafts, and more! Learn about circles, ovals, squares, rectangles, triangles, stars, pentagons, octagons, crescents, hearts, and diamonds/rhombi. For a preview of the All About Shapes course, click here.

Introduce your little learners to the concepts and basics of the days of the week, months of the year, seasons, weather, number recognition, counting, skip counting, shapes, money, place value, and more with lots of hands-on activities and printable worksheets. For a preview of the Building a Foundation with Kindergarten Math course, click here.

Our Daily Math course is a perfect way to supplement your 5th-8th grade students’ math curriculum with quick reviews of common concepts. More than 200 supplemental math worksheets and drills for 5th-8th grade teach and reinforce math concepts such as: Basic Skills (Place Value; Standard Measurements; Geometric Shape Identification; Ordinal Numbers; Number Patterns; Rounding Numbers; Writing Numbers as Words or Digits; Associative, Commutative, and Distributive Properties; Working with Zeroes; Order of Operations); Intermediate Skills (Factors, Multiples, and Divisibility; Prime Numbers; Fractions and Percentages; Decimals; Subtracting Negative Numbers; Roman Numerals; Exponents; Value of Coins) Advanced Skills (Area, Perimeter, Circumference; Angles; Finding the Mean (Average); Variables); and more. For a preview of the Daily Math course, click here.

This seven-week course covers the basic formulas for area and volume by explaining the underlying principles that created them. It uses video lessons, hands-on activities, and text worksheets with plenty of opportunity to learn and review. Transcripts of the videos are available in Spanish. For a preview of Covering All the Bases: Geometric Area and Volume course, click on the Course Sample button after you click here.

Teresa Evans, veteran teacher, adds a daily dash of fun with bright and colorful reading and math games every weekday. Hundreds of printable reading and math games are available, practicing skills such as consonant blends, vowel sounds, place value, addition, subtraction, and much more, plus new games are being added every week. For a preview of Teresa Evans’ Everyday Games course, click here.

Designed so every student can be successful in learning geometry concepts and applications, our Geometry homeschool math course focuses on real-world applications and provides fun and inventive ways to learn the math rather than just memorize it. Because reviewing is an important part of learning, wherever possible, this course uses a spiral approach to teaching, allowing students to revisit subjects in different circumstances to show how it all works together. Each week's lessons include easy-to-understand text that delves into what formulas mean and how they were created, along with practice problems and a detailed answer key. For a preview of the Geometry in Real Life course, click here.

Has your teen conquered the traditional high school math sequence and is ready for more? Intro to Calculus: Derivatives and Integrals provides students with a foundation in early calculus concepts. Whether aiming for an engineering degree or planning to take the AP Math exam, your student can use this course as a next step along the homeschool math journey. Intro to Calculus is a 36-week course designed for students who have successfully completed Precalculus. For a preview of the Intro to Calculus course, click here.

Help your students learn—and even enjoy—Pre-Algebra! Designed for sixth through eighth graders, this course will prepare students for future math courses. Sequential lessons build on each other and incorporate review and real-life applications for every topic studied. Each easy-to-use lesson includes printable instructions, worksheets, and answer keys. For a preview of the Pre-Algebra course, click here.

This 36-week course is designed for students who have completed Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and trigonometry. This course covers relations and functions, linear and quadratic functions, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, conics, systems of equations, matrices, sequences, and binomial theorem. It concludes with a final test. For a preview of the Precalculus course, click here.

Statistics are used in every field, from the census to the lottery, investments, science, computing, and television. In fact, you would be hard-pressed to find a field in which statistics are not used. Understanding how statistics are determined will help you gauge the reliability of information presented to you. This eighteen-week course with instruction, worksheets, and an additional lab explains how statistics are calculated and how they are used. For a preview of the Statistics course, click here.

Stretching Higher with Third Grade Math builds on the math skills students have previously learned and guides them through new concepts involving multiplication, division, working with money, fractions, decimals, equations, and more. Daily lessons are provided with ample problems for review and practice. Regular quizzes and tests are also included. Answer keys are provided. For a preview of the Stretching Higher with Third Grade Math course, click here.

Through instruction, illustration, repetition, and frequent review, Strengthening Skills with Fourth Grade Math helps students continue building a strong math foundation. For a preview of the Strengthening Skills with Fourth Grade Math course, click here.

This fifth grade math homeschool course helps students continue to build on their knowledge of math and take the next steps toward a broader and deeper understanding of mathematical skills and concepts. For a preview of the Steaming Ahead with Fifth Grade Math course, click here.

Staying Sharp with Sixth Grade Math is the next step in your student’s math journey. Building on what they have already learned, this course moves students into equations, absolute value, ratios, proportions, graphing, percentages, banking, exponents, and more. For a preview of the Staying Sharp with Sixth Grade Math course, click here.

This in-depth trigonometry course provides more than sixty lessons that include ample illustrations, multiple assignments, and step-by-step solutions as well as gradable tests. Answer keys are included, and Mrs. Candler is available to answer questions by email. For a preview of the Trigonometry course, click here.

This advanced music theory course is designed for the student who has already mastered the skills presented in Music Theory I and II. It explores scales, intervals, chords, and modes, providing students with a firm understanding of music theory. For a preview of the Advanced Music Theory course, click here.

This fun introduction to music class for kindergarteners focuses on helping children enjoy music. There are lessons about instruments (including their own bodies!), three well-known instrumental pieces, and the difference between rhythm and beat. Ample instruction and guidance is provided for the parent so you can confidently enjoy sharing this course with your children even if you don’t know an accordion from a xylophone. For a preview of the Appreciating the Gift of Music course, click here.

Composing with the Masters is an advanced music course designed to help students recognize elements in compositions from various masters and begin to incorporate them into their own musical compositions. Composers from medieval through modern times are studied. For a preview of the Composing with the Masters course, click here.

This course is based on a series of short books originally published in the early 1900s about twelve great musicians. Each book is written in simple, easy-to-understand language that brings the musicians to life for the readers. Each book concludes with simple comprehension questions and an optional story activity. For a preview of the Great Musicians course, click here.

This twelve-week course explores the history of Western music from ancient times through modern day. The topics include the origins of music, music styles from history, key composers and developments in music history, and differences in various music genres. For a preview of the If It Isn't Baroque . . . The History of Western Music course, click here.

Music is a language, and in order to fully appreciate it, one first needs to understand how it works. Each sixteen-week course teaches key terminology and concepts in music theory and illustrates these concepts with pieces of classical music. For a preview of the Music Theory I & II course, click here.

In Music Throughout History, students study the history of music from the medieval period through modern times. The course begins with a look at music around the world and then moves to a study of how music in America has changed and developed over time. Both famous and lesser-known composers and hymn writers are studied. For a preview of the Music Throughout History course, click here.

Joy Sikorski, award-winning film composer, performer, educator, and founder of both SingBabySing and Singing Mastermind, equips your entire family to free their voices and replace fear with confidence through monthly lessons. For a preview of Joy Sikorski’s Music/Voice course, click here.

This high school anatomy and physiology course takes a closer look at how and why the human body works and God’s remarkable design in the body’s tiniest details. For a preview of the Anatomy & Physiology course, click here.

This Animal Science homeschool curriculum is for middle school and high school students who want to learn more in-depth information concerning animal species, habitats, and care. Taught by a practicing veterinarian, twenty-seven weekly lessons cover animal classification, digestive systems, reproduction, food animals, companion animals, human responsibility toward animals, and preventative care in domestic animals. For a preview of the Animal Science course, click here.

Join Brittney Jordan for six four-week units that explore nature study themes and incorporate activities such as handicrafts, art, and living books to help you and your littlest ones enjoy purposeful play and fun time together. For a preview of the Charlotte Mason Preschool resources, click here.

Anna Crisostomo loves teaching middle school science and challenging her students to think and create! This twelve-week introductory course covers topics such as the physical and chemical properties of matter, the phases of matter, and more. For a preview of the Chemistry: All Things Matter course, click here.

Yvonne Blake brings an ongoing series of unit studies that explore various environments such as the forest, the seashore, and ponds. Each environment is studied for four weeks, with each week containing reading material, vocabulary exercises, math, writing prompts, and an activity. For a preview of the Daily Discoveries course, click here.

Travel to the sun, the moon, the planets, and the stars and explore outer space like never before. This multiple grade level course will get your student excited about Earth and the world beyond. From satellites to space ships and missions to observatories, astronomy will come alive through Bible verses, activities, crafts, videos, images, and even recipes. For a preview of the Everyday Astronomy course, click here.

Exploring God’s World with Kindergarten Science combines young children’s love of animals and nature with easy-to-follow short stories and tons of hands-on activities. From flowers to flies and cats to coal, enjoy ninety bite-sized lessons, conduct experiments, and have fun! For a preview of the Exploring God's World with Kindergarten Science course, click here.

Exploring God’s World with First Grade Science is a 36-week introduction to science for first grade. It includes text, experiments, activities, extension activities, and links to further resources. For a preview of the Exploring God’s World with First Grade Science course, click here.

God’s World of Fourth Grade Science explores topics often taught in fourth grade including the scientific method, plants and animals, habitats and environments, the earth and solar system, and many other topics. This full-year course includes reading assignments, worksheets, quizzes, and optional labs for hands-on practice. For a preview of the Exploring God’s World of Fourth Grade Science course, click here.

This full-year course is designed to teach fifth grade students about the incredible creativity and diversity evident throughout creation. Through weekly lessons and reading assignments, comprehension questions, and periodic activities, students will study and explore the world around them. For a preview of the Exploring God's World with Fifth Grade Science course, click here.

These online sixth grade science lessons include text to read as well as numerous online resources to explore and many hands-on experiments to help bring life science, earth science, and physical science to life. For a preview of the Exploring God's World with Sixth Grade Science course, click here.

These lessons include daily Bible reading from Genesis to help children understand gravity, creation, climate, and weather from a Biblical perspective as well as daily activities to reinforce their understanding. Each week, students complete activities such as writing assignments, printable activities, creating family treats in the kitchen, conducting research, and creating projects based on their research. For a preview of the Fun with Gravity and Climate course, click here.

Fun with Science is a great way to introduce your younger elementary students to basic life science, earth science, and physical science concepts. From body systems to volcanoes, the five senses to the states of matter, students can discover amazing facts about God’s creation. Lots of printable worksheets and hands-on activities are included. For a preview of the Fun with Science course, click here.

Get ready to go on a journey of exploration! Through twenty-two engaging lessons and hands-on activities and experiments in this Having Fun with Kindergarten Science homeschool course, your student will have a chance to learn what a scientist does as well as learn about the world around him or her, including living and non-living things, life cycles, plants and animals, human senses, the weather, water, seasons, light, shadow, temperature, colors, and more. For a preview of the Having Fun with Kindergarten Science course, click here.

God has given us science to look at the world around us, and the ability to use what we learn to help the justice system stop the guilty parties. Using common household materials and approaching science from a Christian perspective, Introduction to Forensic Science investigates the process of testing or analyzing materials found at a crime scene and explores how forensic scientists evaluate evidence. For a preview of the Introduction to Forensic Science course, click here.

Introduction to Physics: Middle School is an educational and entertaining Physics course designed especially for homeschoolers with hands-on activities and experiments to bring concepts to life. This eighteen-week course provides an introduction to gravity, friction, velocity, acceleration, Newton's laws, electricity, magnetism, and more, while having more fun than you ever thought possible. For a preview of the Introduction to Physics course, click here.

This full-year high school science course studies the basic topics of life science including the scientific method, molecules, organic and inorganic compounds, cell structure and function, cell division, plant and animal tissue, support and transportation systems in plants and animals, biospheres and ecosystems, biodiversity, and classification. For a preview of the Life Science course, click here.

Explore twenty-two different parts of nature, from traveling seeds to coyotes, rainbows to winter weather. Plenty of hands-on activities are provided in this nature and outdoors homeschool science course. For a preview of the Nature/Outdoors course, click here.

Through downloadable and online readings, experiments/labs, and hands-on projects, students explore the three main branches of physical science—chemistry, physics, and earth science. Topics such as elements, acids and bases, chemical formulas, force and motion, work and energy, electricity and magnetism, geology, oceanography, meteorology, astronomy, and more are explored. For a preview of the Physical Science course, click here.

Science All Around Us is a fun series of stand-alone units meant to enrich your early elementary science classes. Units explore the world of plants and animals through topics such as the food chain, migration, hibernation, dormancy, camouflage, metamorphosis, pollination, and ecosystems. Lessons are brightly colored and include both hands-on and written activities. For a preview of Science All Around Us course, click here.

Science of Our Planet is a short, supplemental unit designed to help you introduce your younger elementary students to some of the basics of earth science. From natural resources to the atmosphere to ecosystems, students can discover amazing facts about God’s creation. Printable worksheets and hands-on activities are included. For a preview of the Science of Our Planet course, click here.

Scientists A-Z is a fun look at science through the lens of history. Each short lesson is followed by comprehension questions, activities, and additional resources that provide options for going deeper. For a preview of the Scientists A-Z course, click here.

One of the ways preschoolers learn is by touching, feeling, doing, and exploring. That is what Small World Sensory Science is designed to help them do. Through twelve lessons, they will explore the farm, the pond, the ocean, wind, construction, and much more. Because sensory activities can sometimes be messy, there is a lesson on helping to keep things tidy, too! For a preview of the Small World Sensory Science course, click here.

Eight Tinkers Club homeschool science lessons challenge your curious students to build and invent. Put your curiosity to work as you take things apart and put them back together again in unique and unexpected ways. For a preview of the Tinkers' Club course, click here.

Weird and Wonderful World of Worms with Rosemarie Pagano brings you fourteen weekly lessons that explore the mysteries and complexities of one of our most underappreciated creatures—the worm. Learn about how they move, how they breathe, how they eat, and the many ways they impact our world. Discover both the good and the dangerous types of worms, learn about vermicomposting, and unearth a world of fun science. For a preview of the Weird and Wonderful World of Worms course, click here.

Wonderful World of Bugs is divided into four units that explore why we should study bugs, what exactly is a bug, the life cycles of butterflies and moths, and the practice of nature journaling. It includes hands-on assignments and also written assignments for families who choose not to bring nature indoors! For a preview of the Wonderful World of Bugs course, click here.

Wondrous Weather explores the science of weather conditions, the tools of meteorologists, methods of weather observation, and methods of weather forecasting. The class includes hands-on experiments, printable worksheets, and projects. For a preview of the Wondrous Weather course, click here.

In All About Careers, students have the opportunity for an in-depth study of eleven careers in various fields. Through fun activities, text, projects, and the experiences of professionals shared in the text, students can get a glimpse of possible career choices and ideas for many more to investigate. For a preview of the All About Careers course, click here.

American Government is an 18-week course that traces the development of the nation’s federal government from its creation to the present day. The roles of state and local government as well as that of citizens are explored. The class includes daily lessons and assignments as well as quizzes and a semester research project. For a preview of the American Government course, click here.

From oligarchies to democracies and republics to monarchies, the nations of the world have tried many forms of government. This course can be done as a short stand-alone unit or alongside a history class to highlight a few of the ways man has attempted to govern himself, what has worked, and what has not. A brief look at parliamentary procedure and the Christian foundation of the United States is also included. For a preview of the Ancient Citizens in Ancient Civilizations course, click here.

Checks and Balances is a four-week mini-course that studies the responsibilities of a government and its citizens. Students will enjoy learning about the branches of government, the Electoral College, and more through text, activities, puzzles, and copywork. For a preview of the Checks and Balances course, click here.

This class about the Constitution and Bill of Rights is taught by Attorney Kevin Smith, a husband and father who works with the Alliance Defending Freedom as well as operates his own law firm. Sixteen weekly lessons contain analysis and study of the Constitution and Bill of Rights, prompts for independent study, term paper assignments, and exams. A Teacher’s Handbook and answer key is included. For a preview of the Constitution and Bill of Rights course, click here.

Discovering American Folktales begins with an introductory lesson that helps parents and students explore what a story is and how different types of stories exist from around the world. It then moves into a fun and engaging look at the folktales of Johnny Appleseed, Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill, John Henry, and Uncle Remus. For a preview of the Discovering American Folktales course, click here.

What does it mean if something is scarce? What types of resources are limited? What is a renewable resource? Why do we need to earn money? What are goods and services, and what does it mean to consume something? Elementary Economics for First Grade explores these questions and more through picture books, hands-on activities, crafts, and games. For a preview of the Elementary Economics for First Grade course, click here.

What does it mean to trade, and why do people and nations practice trade? What kinds of jobs do people do to earn money, and why do we need to earn money? What does it mean to produce and consume? Elementary Economics for Second Grade explores these questions and more through picture books, hands-on activities, crafts, and games. For a preview of the Elementary Economics for Second Grade course, click here.

Help students understand the motivation behind and the steps involved in bartering and trade, illustrate the concept of supply and demand, explain why we work and the ways people earn money, and other foundational aspects of economics in Elementary Economics for Third Grade. Learn about economics through common books, hands-on activities, games, and more. For a preview of the Elementary Economics for Third Grade course, click here.

From basic terms to an introduction to how economics affects relationships between countries, students get a chance to learn about producing, consuming, supply, demand, imports, and exports with this elementary economics course. For a preview of the Elementary Economics for Fourth Grade: Global Economics course, click here.

From defining stocks and shares to explaining how the stock market works and how economies are interdependent and affect each other, this course helps students understand the concept of a global economy and different types of markets. For a preview of the Elementary Economica for Fifth Grade: Interdependent Economics course, click here.

Why is currency designed the way it is? What security features are incorporated? How has the look of currency changed over time? How do exchange rates work, and how do they affect travel? Students learn the answer to all these questions and more in this elementary economics course. For a preview of the Elementary Economics for Sixth Grade: Currency and Its Impact course, click here.

Exploring Citizenship in First Grade is an introductory look at what it means to be a citizen. Through suggested reading, conversation, and printable activities, students can learn about the world around them and a few of the various types of leaders. For a preview of the Exploring Citizenship in First Grade course, click here.

From learning about American holidays and why the nation celebrates them to learning about life on a farm and what makes each of us special and unique, students will get a glimpse of the incredible world we live in. For a preview of the Exploring Social Studies for Beginners course, click here.

Within this course, students have the opportunity to learn about twenty-six different kinds of foods: almonds, apples, bananas, blueberries, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, carrots, cherries, coconuts, corn, cranberries, cucumbers, grapes, kiwis, lemons, olives, oranges, peanuts, pineapples, potatoes, pumpkins, raspberries, strawberries, tomatoes, watermelons, and zucchinis. Components of cooking, geography, reading, and social studies are included in this course to help students learn more about these foods and methods of food production. For a preview of the Foods and Food Production course, click here.

Being a good citizen is more than just living in a particular place. It means taking responsibility, learning to lead, understanding how your community works, and finding ways to serve in your community. Growing in Citizenship in Second Grade helps parents and students explore these ideas together and lay the foundation for a life of good citizenship and service. For a preview of the Growing in Citizenship in Second Grade course, click here.

Each week, Kindergarten Social Studies will lead your little ones through exploring topics such as their homes, what they look like, what times of the day mean, and much more. The printable worksheets that are included are fun and easy to print out and include in a notebook as a special keepsake. For a preview of the Kindergarten Social Studies course, click here.

You’ve heard of Russia and Brazil. What about Moldova and Swaziland? This course will travel the globe, from continent to continent, providing a brief glimpse of the culture present within each country on that continent, with an opportunity for further research to enrich the student’s understanding of the world around them. From population and languages to religion and holidays, there is an abundance of facts to learn about each stop along the way. For a preview of the Learning About World Cultures course, click here.

More than two dozen units are available in this course taught by attorney, wife, and homeschool mom Deborah Burton. Lessons are designed to help students learn about the law and participate in their own mock trials. Teacher helps are provided. For a preview of the Mock Trial course, click here.

This short elementary course is a great way to introduce your young students to the way the democratic system of government in the United States is designed to work as well as introduce them to the Constitution and what it means. For a preview of the Rights of Citizens for Third Graders course, click here.

This fun elementary course is designed to help students learn how the government and our communities are designed to work and the part they can play in helping them be the best they can be. For a preview of the Rights of Citizens for Fourth Graders course, click here.

History is full of stories, and this modern history class for early elementary students helps students learn the story of history starting with their own. They’ll build a family tree and then work backward through history until the 1870s and the days of Alexander Graham Bell. There are fun notebooking activities designed to help your child personalize their story of history. For a preview of the Stepping Through History: Starting With You course, click here.

Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans is designed to not only bring history to life but to also build language through vocabulary activities, practice handwriting skills with copywork, apply the lessons of the story through Bible activities, help students learn about geography, improve reading comprehension, and foster creativity through hands-on projects. For a preview of the Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans course, click here.

From icy Greenland to Tierra del Fuego, the Western Hemisphere includes more than two dozen countries and territories, is home to close to one billion people, and is a wealth of countless cultures, languages, and people groups. This course is a basic introduction to the geography and peoples of the Western Hemisphere. For a preview of the Western Hemisphere Social Studies course, click here.

With this course, students have the opportunity to learn about ten different professions: chef, construction worker, dentist, doctor, farmer, firefighter, mail carrier, nurse, police officer, and teacher. Components of Bible, math, reading, science, health, writing, and social studies are included in this course to help students learn more about these professions. For a preview of the Who Are Community Helpers? course, click here.

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Adventures with Books includes suggested reading lists based on a theme and related activities you can do with your family to bring the stories to life. Activities and books for various ages are included, and themes include holidays, authors, and much more. For a preview of the Adventures With Books course, click here.

Baby Beginnings is a series of lessons and activities you can do with your baby to encourage nurturing, playing, and learning. The lessons are tailored to the months of your baby’s development. For a preview of the Baby Beginnings resource, click here.

Michelle Miller, of the Children’s Preservation Library and Truth Quest History, compiled suggested book lists that explore everything from photography to travel, character development to history, spelling and grammar to Africa. Suggested reading levels are included for every topic. For a preview of the reading lists, click here.

Bethany Learn of Fit2B Studio teaches with both video and printable components, explaining the importance of understanding and applying proper fitness while giving you and your family practical ways to get up and get healthy! For a preview of the Family Fitness course, click here.

Jennifer Needham’s 14-week course will help your family learn the fundamentals of nutrition, understand why certain foods are healthier than others, and find ways you can apply what you learn to develop a healthier lifestyle. For a preview of the Family Nutrition course, click here.

Growing in Homeschool Confidence by Willemien Kruger is designed to help parents grow in their confidence and know-how on home education. This is not only for parents who have already made the decision to homeschool, but for parents who are considering homeschooling and those who have just started. Even those who view themselves as longtime homeschoolers can benefit by this course as they seek to improve. Each of the 18 lessons includes questions and homework assignments to help parents deeply explore the questions and topics discussed. Some of the topics explored include how to get started with home education, childhood development phases, learning styles, and developing a course of study. For a preview of the Growing in Homeschool Confidence resource, click here.

Heritage crafts are life skills that people in the past used to create art and live productive lives. Students learn about these life skills by making corn husk dolls, writing with quills, making ink, drying apples, making candles, and more. This class is best done as a family, as some portions of the crafts require parental supervision. For a preview of the Heritage Crafts course, click here.

This series of articles by Jan Pierce offers help and tips to parents on topics including how to teach a gifted student, ways to have fun with science, ideas for unplugged family fun, ideas for cozy read-alouds, and how to support your young learners while also sharing some help for the holidays. For a preview article from the Homegrown Parenting resource, click here.

These monthly articles are designed to help moms refresh and reflect on what is important: loving family, loving learning, and loving God. A new article will be shared each month. For a preview of the Homeschooling That’s Relational resource, click here.

Forty-eight daily devotionals full of laughter, encouragement, Biblical promises, practical de-stressing tips, and relatable stories are designed to help moms find Joy in the Morning and be replenished so they can continue to pour into their families and loved ones. For a preview of Michelle Pohl’s Joy in the Morning resource, click here.

Mother and home educator Edwina Moody shares practical tips to help you teach your hands-on learner virtually any subject from math to geography. Printables and additional resources are included. For a preview of the Kinetic Connections resource, click here.

Thirteen monthly lessons are designed to encourage the entire family to learn important vocal skills while building confidence and trust individually and as a family. For a preview of Joy Sikorski’s Music/Voice course, click here.

Nourishing Nuggets with Wendy Stoller is a 16-week nutrition course that looks at the amazing way God created our bodies to work, explains the basic building blocks of food, and discusses how healthy eating choices can impact our lives. For a preview of the Nourishing Nuggets course, click here.

Parenting Tips with Dr. Scott Turansky is a series of ten weekly articles designed to help parents understand what it means to parent the hearts of their children. This series breaks away from the common model of behavior modification and explores ways you can connect God’s truth with the hearts of your children to effect real, lasting change that makes an eternal difference. For a preview of the Parenting Tips with Dr. Scott Turansky resource, click here.

Matthew Glavach, Ph.D., veteran researcher and educator, offers a new unit each month to help your struggling reader excel. For a preview of the Reading Lessons for Young or Struggling Readers resource, click here.

Special Families with Special Needs is a series of articles designed to help and encourage parents of children with special needs. This series speaks to topics including self-care, marriage, how to start a special needs group, what every special needs family wishes you knew, and more. For a preview of the Special Families with Special Needs resource, click here.

Judi Munday, M.A., M. Ed., and owner of HIS Place for Help in School offers nineteen monthly units designed to encourage and equip parents to enable their children to excel. From writing short-term goals for your children to choosing curriculum materials, modifying and adapting instruction to understanding language-based learning disabilities, and more, Judi’s lessons are full of a large amount of encouragement, practical tips, and helpful resources. For a preview of the Special Needs resource by Judi Munday, click here.

This is a series of articles by the mother of a boy dealing with the volatile combination of autism, Tourette’s syndrome, and puberty. Its purpose is to encourage you, share with you, and remind you of God’s faithful love no matter how dark the day is you are going through. For a preview of the Special Needs Trenches resource, click here.

Tips for Homeschooling Active Learners is a series of monthly articles by Melinda Boring designed to help parents teach students who crave movement. Melinda is a veteran homeschool mom, having graduated three children, two of whom had learning challenges. Melinda loves to encourage home educating parents and give them practical tips to help them through some of the challenges they face along the way. For a preview of the Tips for Homeschooling Active Learners resource, click here.

Understanding Sensory Processing Disorders is a series of articles that enables parents to better understand their children’s sensory processing disorders (SPDs) and set them up to succeed instead of fail. It looks at what SPDs are and are not and how parents can help children excel as well as offering plenty of encouragement for parents along the way. For a preview of the Understanding Sensory Processing Disorders resource, click here.

Grade Level Chart

If you are looking for general grade ranges such as 4th-6th grade or high school, please view the Courses by Grade Levels chart. This is an excellent tool to help you identify which classes work well with multiple ages. It will also give you a bird's eye view of the classes and content on SchoolhouseTeachers.com.