Colonial America

Lets make history come alive on an exciting travel adventure back to the time of Pilgrims, hornbooks, and new settlements. We will learn about the first settlements, the Native Americans,  their homes and villages, how they loved their daily life, school, work and more.

Forensics

  Studying forensic science would be perfect for the student that doesn’t want the traditional science textbook and would like to try out of the box learning. Forensic science is used to help show the legal evidence that would be presented in court when a crime has been committed. The class would normally have lots […]

Introduction to Sign Language (Wednesday)

Sign Language is Fun and Engaging and so is this class. This class is intentionally small so students can build friendships as they get to know each other.  These are LIVE classes, not videos.  I am an experienced teacher, and have been teaching Sign for more than 25 years. I work with students to develop […]

Introduction to Sign Language (Thursday)

Sign Language is Fun and Engaging and so is this class. This class is intentionally small so students can build friendships as they get to know each other.  These are LIVE classes, not videos.  I am an experienced teacher, and have been teaching Sign for more than 25 years. I work with students to develop […]

Introduction to Watercoloring

Watercolor can be a powerful tool in education! It can be used in almost any subject from nature journaling, science, language arts and even history. We have been created to relish in the lovely, and by incorporating watercolor into your homeschool you can transform any study to a living, breathing art that can add depth […]

Institute for Excellence in Writing/ Following Narnia Vol 1: The Lion’s Song

Using the first three novels of The Chronicles of Narnia (The Magician’s Nephew, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and The Horse and His Boy),  and the IEW workbook Following Narnia Volume 1 https://iew.com/shop/products/following-narnia%C2%AE-volume-1-lions-song-student-book-only this series of  lessons beckons students to experience the enchanted land of Narnia through structure and style. Learning the art […]

Conversational Sign Language (intermediate): Fall 2020 (Wednesday)

Taking what students have learned in previous class, we will continue adding new vocabulary, and we will build conversations to increase fluency in both signing and reading signs.  Students will develop fluency through signing with each other, story-telling, voicing ASL, and interpreting songs, and portions of sermons and lessons. Classes are limited to 10 students […]

Introduction to Sign Language: Middle School SUMMER

Small group instruction, ensuring a firm foundation of good habits for finger spelling and signs. Alphabet, numbers, greetings and first 100 signs. Learning Sign Language should be fun and engaging, and that is exactly what this class is!  By limiting the number of students in the class to just 10 students, I am able to […]

Introduction to Sign Language: High School (Wednesday) SUMMER

Sign Language is Fun and Engaging and so is this class. This class is intentionally small so students can build friendships as they get to know each other.  These are LIVE classes, not videos.  I am an experienced teacher, and have been teaching Sign for more than 25 years. I work with students to develop […]