help students solve some of the myster-
ies surrounding dinosaurs, dispel some
of the myths, and be better equipped to
defend their faith.
Bug Science is a special kind of course
for the student who has an interest in
bugs and worms. It examines the good,
the bad, and the yucky in the world of
worms and helps students understand
the incredible way God designed these
creatures as an integral (if not gross) part
of our everyday lives.
Fifth graders can choose from four different types of literature courses as well
as more than eighty total courses for the
year. Four of these, including one literature
course, are described in more depth below.
Art Techniques provides step-by-step
art lessons in many different mediums
for the upper elementary through high
school student. Each student can start
with the medium they are most interested in, whether it is pencils, charcoal, oil
pastels, watercolors, or others.
Literature provides the questions and
answers needed to discuss a different
book each month so students can study
setting, plot, theme, characters, literary techniques, motive, and more. The
course is meant to be interactive between
the teacher (parent) and the student.
Each book can be studied in the order
that best fits the needs and interests of
Photography is for anyone with any
camera, and for all levels of experience.
Students start out covering the basics of
how to use their camera and, also, how
to creatively capture the moments of life
that God has placed before us. There is
an assignment that corresponds to each
lesson, various projects that help students grow as photographers, and an
optional gallery in which they can share
their photos with the rest of the class.
Classical History brings your student
into the world of ancient history from the
first recorded civilizations through the
fall of Rome, all presented from a Biblical
perspective. There are suggested read-
ings and activities for children of all ages
from elementary through high school.
The teacher/parent can choose the ap-
propriate information for the student,
going into as much depth as desired.
As students develop more independent
learning skills, the courses on School
houseTeachers.com grow with them.
Sixth graders can choose from more than
eighty courses in a wide variety of subjects as illustrated by the following sampling of offerings.
Introduction to American Sign Language targets a beginning vocabulary of
basic signs, the manual alphabet, grammar, and a basic understanding of the
Deaf community and culture. As students discover and learn about Deaf culture, they learn to use ASL appropriately
Earth Science is a video-based course that
explores geology, oceanography, meteo-
rology, and astronomy as well as volcano-
logy; seismology; paleontology; the bio-
logy, geology, physics, and chemistry of the
oceans; origins of the universe; and much
more from a Creationist point of view.
Renaissance History explores what
was going on around the world during
the 1100s-1700s. It covers key Renais-
sance figures from European history as
well as major events in Japan, Persia, Af-
rica, and beyond. It studies explorers, art,
literature, science, monarchs, religion,
and empires through hands-on projects,
written assignments, crafts, and more.
Bible Study for Preteens is designed
to help students grow deeper roots by
studying God’s Word. Daily studies take
students into the Old Testament through
the lives of Rebekah, Ruth, Hannah, Ne-
hemiah, Esther, Job, Daniel, and Jonah
and begin the New Testament with a
study of Lazarus’ sister Mary.
Your seventh graders can choose from
more than one hundred courses as
Schoolhouse Teachers.com also has
more than two dozen classes designed
for parents on marriage, parenting,
special needs, and more.