Brigitte Brulz

Editing Coordinator, Lesson Designer

Brigitte Brulz is a Christian homeschooling mom, author, and journal creator. Her book Pickles, Pickles, I Like Pickles was chosen for the 2019 Read Across Connecticut Program. Other writings of hers have been published online and in magazines, including in The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, Clubhouse, and Clubhouse Jr. In addition to writing, Brigitte enjoys serving at church, reading, gardening, and spending time with her family. She has created courses for and joined the team as the Quality Assurance Editor in 2021. She is now the Editing Coordinator.

For free coloring pages, activity ideas, more information about Brigitte’s writing adventure, and details about available books and journals (including a Field Trip journal, High School Years journal, Adventure Writing Prompt journal, and Reading journals), please visit her website at note: External links may be automatically included within third party websites; they do not constitute an endorsement or an approval by nor by the lesson designer of any products, services, or opinions of the corporation, organization, or individual. Parents may wish to preview all links because third-party websites include ads that may change over time.

Courses by Brigitte

Foods and Food Production: 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.

Language Arts for Elementary: Key Skills: Do you feel unprepared to teach grammar and writing skills? Language Arts for Elementary: Key Skills can help. Don’t let big words like figurative language and declarative sentences worry you! Students will learn about sentences, paragraphs, special words, tall tales, poetry, and so much more through definitions, examples, and an easy-to-follow format.

Weekly Writing Challenge: 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.

Who Are Community Helpers?: 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.

Course Co-Authored by Brigitte

Medieval to the Renaissance: Elementary History: 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.