Stacy Dorais

Lesson Designer

Stacy lives in Michigan with her husband and children. She is mom to three and has been homeschooling since 2003. Her husband is a pastor, and Stacy enjoys supporting him in ministry as well as participating in the lives of the church body. With a passion for communicating the love of God and the value He places on every one of us, Stacy has been grateful to work with 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 Stacy

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.

Growing in Citizenship in Second Grade: 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.

Introduction to Worldview and Philosophy: 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.

Courses co-authored by Stacy

Rights of Citizens for Third Graders: 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.