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Julie Coney

Lesson Designer

Julie is the wife of Jody and Mom to 4. She lives in Eastern Washington and there are days she and her husband still yearn for the Pacific Coast where they grew up. She is a veteran homeschool mom with two children graduated and two more still learning at home. You can meet her on her blog, where she shares her photos, bits about homeschooling and more. She is the writer of Daily Grammar (grades 1, 3, 4 and 5) and loves working for TOS. She is committed to bringing quality educational resources to the global homeschool community through SchoolhouseTeachers.com Dailies.

Courses taught by Julie

Daily Grammar (3rd-4th): Daily worksheets help your student cover a wide range of grammar skills, including capitalization, synonyms and antonyms, punctuation, parts of speech, making nouns plural, building sentences, word usage, and more. Answer keys are provided. The lessons are best followed in sequential order, as they build on one another. However, if you are looking for extra practice in a particular area of grammar for your student, the lessons can be done individually also.

Daily Grammar (5th): Daily worksheets help your student explore parts of speech, sentence structure and diagramming, punctuation, and more. Answer keys are provided. The lessons are best followed in sequential order, as they build on one another. However, if you are looking for extra practice in a particular area of grammar for your student, the lessons can be done individually also.

Everyday Astronomy: The lessons in Everyday Astronomy are best followed in the order they are presented, beginning with the study of the sun and moving to each planet as the lessons progress. The lessons are presented to appeal to elementary students. This class gives a basic understanding of the solar system, along with some fun activities, including recipes that the family can make and virtual “field trips” that deal with the history of discoveries and accomplishments mankind has made in relation to space.

Courses Co-Authored by Julie:

Everyday Easels presents art in the context of other subjects to help those students whose interest in art may only be piqued by understanding the story behind the art or by approaching the art from another direction entirely.

Everyday Explorers: Australia and New Zealand is an elective course that allows the student to study interesting facts about Australia and New Zealand and the history of these nations. There are activities, interesting facts, and links that will help the student virtually explore the areas being discussed in the day’s lesson.

Everyday Explorers: Canada is an elective course that allows the student to study interesting facts about Canada and its history. Each month, a different province or territory will be visited. There are activities, interesting facts, and links that will help the student virtually explore the areas being discussed in the day’s lesson.

Everyday Explorers: USA is an elective course that allows the student to study interesting facts about the United States and its history. Each unit explores a different state. There are activities, interesting facts, and links that will help the student virtually explore the areas being discussed in the day’s lesson.

Let This Day in History lead you 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.

Daily Math helps students learn or reinforce math concepts. There are over 200 math worksheets that range from basic skills such as identifying shapes and rounding numbers to advanced skills, such as area, perimeter, angles, and more. There are also drills for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division practice. These worksheets are for extra practice as stand-alone worksheets and are not a complete math course for any specific grade. Your student can work on problem areas with the extra practice these worksheets offer or use them to review before moving on to more difficult areas of math.