Just for Parents
Homeschooling is a rewarding way of life, but it certainly has its challenges. Those of us at Schoolhouse Teachers know that, which is why we’ve created this special place for you.
Find tools to make your homeschooling journey easier, such as schedule builders, report card creators, a scope and sequence, and special needs help; streamline your household tasks, such as organization tips, monthly menus, and whole foods cooking; receive encouragement through Bible studies, parenting articles, and homeschooling tips from veteran homeschoolers; and watch marriage-enrichment studies through our video resources.
Courses Just for Parents
We Love Our Teachers
Since 2012, more than 170 teachers and contributors have worked with SchoolhouseTeachers.com to create the content that makes up your membership. They are parents, active teachers, retired teachers, grandparents, authors, and homeschool graduates from diverse backgrounds, six countries, and four continents. They are dedicated men and women with a heart to teach, and it’s their commitment, dedication, and countless hours creating these classes that we would like to take a moment to honor here. We’d love for you to read more about them and connect with those who have shared social media links. Let them know how much you appreciate them! Your words may be the blessing they need today.
ADDITIONAL HELP FOR OUR MEMBERS
I'm finished with homeschooling but still remain a member because learning never ends. Now, I'm homeschooling my granddaughter.
My 4th grade daughter thoroughly enjoyed the People and Places of WWII. The history course was done in short, easy to understand lessons with plenty of activities to complement.
...Daily Puzzler takes just a few minutes, stretches the brain, and is such a fun word teaser that we miss it when we don't get it done.
They have resources for all ages and unexpectedly I found a wealth of resources for me as a mother, homeschool mom, and as a wife. Worth every penny!!
My daughter asked last night to learn French. I almost groaned out loud as that was one of my least successful subjects in high school...finding out that there are French lessons on SchoolhouseTeachers.com was so encouraging.