children who have special needs, be it
language delays or deficits, dyslexia,
or difficulty with math. She provides
practical solutions and helpful tips for
choosing curriculum and modifying
and adapting instruction. An explanation of the skills of learning—
acquiring, organizing, storing, and retrieving information—and where possible
breakdowns may occur along the path
is helpful for those who are seeking to
understand the best course of action to
facilitate their child’s success.
Reading Remedies is a series designed
to help encourage struggling readers,
drawing them into the magic of reading,
and building their confidence with each
step along the way. Many of the lessons
are content-area based to help students
build rich vocabulary and learn to read
clusters of words that share common ele-
ments. Lessons are provided for different
learning styles, not simply one option for
all students to use, which helps each stu-
dent improve using their own personal
learning style. Such improvement en-
courages the student to continue as they
see the progress they are making.
Special Needs Trenches is a series of
articles by the mother of a boy dealing
with the volatile combination of autism,
Tourette’s syndrome, and puberty. Its
purpose is to encourage you, share with
you, and remind you of God’s faithful
love no matter how dark the day is you
are going through.
Where to Start: The Scope and
Are you unsure what to teach when?
We know that every homeschool family
is unique. Some of you know exactly
what you want to teach and when. If that
describes you, we have created ways for
you to browse by grade or by subject to
find the courses that meet your goals. If
you are unsure what to teach and when,
then the Scope and Sequence is for you.
This tool shows you the academic goals
traditionally held for each grade level
and where to find that information on
Schoolhouse Teachers.com as well as ar-
eas where you may wish to supplement.
This invaluable tool can be viewed by
grade or by subject and is available to
We offer a college choice guidance course to identify the
right college and secure the scholarships needed.
Introduction to Graphic Design
is an excellent guide to the basics of
graphic design for your students. It
shows them how to recognize quality
graphic designs in the products they
see and interact with every day, what
makes certain designs stand out, how
to design an eye-catching ad that communicates a specific message to a target
audience, and what types of jobs are
available for graphic designers today.
Leadership 101 takes an in-depth
look at leadership with over ten hours
of inspiring videos from some of today’s
top leaders and hundreds of thought-provoking study questions that seek to
answer questions such as, “What is a
leader?” “What makes a leader great?”
and “What must every leader be constantly aware of if he or she desires to
lead with excellence?”
Logic helps students learn to analyze
statements, advertisements, and arguments and to identify faulty reasoning contained in each as well as reason
through the fallacies that are sometimes
contained in what they see in the world
Media Socialization helps your
student examine the effect that media
plays in our lives, become more media
literate, reflect on the power of words
and wisdom, and more as they study
both Biblical and scientific evidence for
our social nature.
Money 101 is designed to help teenagers understand the principles behind
wise financial decisions so they can
build a foundation now that will serve
them and their families in the future. It
consists of audio lectures and written
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.
SAT-ACT Math Prep is fully customizable to the student’s needs and
can be completed at his or her own
pace. The test prep includes videos,
printable work, practice tests, online
practice games, and more. The SAT and
ACT are both explored.
Social Justice is designed to educate,
enlighten, and empower young people
to become modern-day abolitionists.
It educates students on the issue of
modern-day slavery and human traf-
ficking and compares and contrasts it
to historical slavery. While nothing ex-
tremely detailed, graphic, or explicit is
brought into the discussions, the real-
ity and methods of modern-day slavery
are discussed. It encourages the student
to think critically about why slavery is
wrong and empowers them to serve
alongside others working toward the
abolishment of modern-day slavery.
Starting a Micro Business for Teens
helps students learn about the world of
micro businesses—what they are and
what they can learn from starting one.
This course helps students learn how to
get an idea by using their talents and
skills, narrow their idea into something
that is possible for a micro business,
and develop a business plan.
Whole Foods Cooking with Sue
Gregg is meant to be studied by the entire family so even the youngest can take
part and learn how to cook at an early
age. Students learn how to cook breakfasts, soups, finger foods, and main
dishes. There are step-by-step photo
demonstrations, along with printouts
that answer many of the questions that
come up concerning the whole foods
Wildlife Adventures is a series of lessons that gives students a short, detailed
look at a variety of animals. It helps the
student learn about many birds and sea
creatures through the use of Scripture,
copywork, vocabulary, spelling, geography, math, fun activities, and more.