Contextual approaches to learning and understanding vocabulary is no longer just about memorizing words and meanings. Vocabulary development involves using context clues and word equations to assist you in analyzing and determining the meaning of the word.
The Charlotte Mason style of studying composers is an easy & inexpensive way to expose children to the masters of music so that they grow up appreciating classical music and knowing a bit about it.
Provides a variety of fun writing prompts for kids, teens and adults. Prompts can inspire creative writing, a personal narrative or even a poem. Also features several useful websites as well as a few teaching tips for English teachers. A great resource for Elementary, Middle and High School levels....
Am I free? Does the government of the United States own the people? Am I collateral for the national debt? Are social security numbers used to keep track of government property? What is a strawman? Is the United States property of the British Crown?
Knowing how to pick a lock is a helpful ability – and is intended to help you out of those situations where you find you’ve lost your padlock key and can’t unlock your bike, get into your garden...
Can you take accountability for your behavior? Does someone always blame you? How do you know who is at fault when feelings are hurt?
This guide is meant to answer a few questions new parents may have before enrolling their kids in Acellus.
If you're new to notebooking, you'll discover that science is a great topic to begin with. Because science is so broad and lends itself to a variety of methods of expression such as charts, diagrams, paragraphs, and photos, it's perfect for...
Does the Illuminati really exist? What do they do. How did they begin? Who belongs to the Illuminati? What is the Illuminati history? Do secret societies control the world? Are they evil? Why?
Lesson plan ideas for teaching the sense of touch.