of the artist’s works. Then your children
create a “masterpiece” that reflects the
Elementary Spanish is a video-based
course with weekly worksheets for your
student. It includes basic vocabulary,
Bible verses, animals, colors, days, weather,
seasons, and more in its lessons.
Stepping Through History Starting
with You is a modern history course that
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 children personalize their own
stories of history.
Lapbooking is a perfect course for
teaching multiple ages at once. Each lapbook explores a different topic, ranging
from the human eye to pandas to classic literature. Dozens of titles for various
ages are available and are a perfect way to
enrich almost any topic of study.
Building reading fluency and comprehension is the main focus of the Literacy Center for third graders, who can enjoy this
plus more than eighty other courses. Here
are a few of the many options available.
Little Language Arts covers various
literary genres including poetry, mystery,
and biography and looks at topics including alliteration and the elements of poetry, cause and effect, visualization, nonfiction, autobiography, and more.
Keyboarding is an elective course to
help students make their time spent at
the keyboard more efficient and productive. This course is taught using audio,
video, and written instruction. The intent
is for your student’s typing speed and accuracy to increase in order that the typing portion of his/her daily work is an
enjoyable, efficient experience.
Schoolhouse Spelling is presented
based on age and skill level. You can
choose from seventeen different full-
year spelling options to meet your stu-
dent where he or she is currently. Each
week of Lower Elementary Spelling for
third grade begins with Charlotte Ma-
son Monday and draws the weekly spell-
ing list from Scripture, classic literature,
and famous speeches. A wide variety of
printable activities and puzzles are pro-
vided each week.
Daily Grammar is a full year of daily
worksheets that help your student learn
a wide range of grammar skills, including
capitalization, synonyms and antonyms,
punctuation, parts of speech, making
nouns plural, building sentences, word
usage, and more.
Fourth graders complete the final stage
of the Literacy Center by going deeper
into the application of critical thinking in
analyzing what they read by sharpening
their ability to identify cause and effect
in a story; developing the ability to make
inferences, draw conclusions, and predict
outcomes; continuing to develop how to
identify motive, plot, point of view, and
other key literary features; understanding how to compare and contrast information from various sources; and much
more. They can also choose from more
than ninety other courses to develop
skills in other subjects. Here is a sampling of these courses.
Hands-On Architecture provides
step-by-step architecture lessons in many
different mediums. Units introduce students to exciting, easy-to-find materials
they will use to make fun architectural
structures, lead them through the design
of their own home, and inspire them to
create a unique zoo.
Daily Math is a collection of more than
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
Dinosaurs and the Bible is a sixteen-week course presented from a young
earth Creationist worldview. Because believing in both dinosaurs and the Bible is
often seen as contradictory, this course
attempts to set the record straight and
Members have full access to the digital version of the
most current Schoolhouse Planners, and access to
the Applecore Recordkeeping System.