Meet your new teachers...experts who will teach the teachers (you) and provide you encouragement and resources to help you do your job (home educating your children) more effectively.
Notable names are not the only perks of a Schoolhouse Teachers membership.
You also have well-organized access to a multitude of past digital issues of TOS Magazine. All you have to do to read any available issue is to sign in and choose your topic.
Even more exciting is the instant access to all five of the Schoolhouse Planners...
You can print up pages and pages of everything you need to organize your year, your students' years, and more. Check out my previous review of the Schoolhouse Planners HERE.
Not to mention, the many other resources that keep getting added to your account each month you are a subscriber...free e-books, Curiosity Files, WannaBe's, unit studies, and more.
And then there's tons and tons of resources to help enrich your studies...all coming from notable and beloved experts in their fields.
From Malia Russel of Homemaking 911...learn how to get organized, right alongside your students by "taking" a home economics class.
From the folks at Knowledge Quest, get weekly/monthly geography lessons. This month's lessons are about the Olympics.
It's always a good idea to study things at opportune moments. Grasp your daughter's fascination with gymnastics or your son's excitement over the swimming competitions, and turn that TV viewing time into a lesson about countries all over the world!
Diana Waring, history maven extraordinaire (I love her cds) introduces your students to notable figures in history, such as David Livingstone.
The folks at Figures in Motion offer a new history character cut-out each month, complete with figure, story, and supplementary activities.
Michelle Miller, of TruthQuest History offers monthly suggestions for extra reading on a multitude of topics.
Headed to a museum on the next hot day? Check out a few extraordinary books to read to broaden your experience...
Love FIAR? You are bound to like Read and Play from Wendy Woerner, a regular addition to the Schoolhouse Teachers site.
Featuring excellent books like Eric Carles' The Tiny Seed, If You Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff, and Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin, Jr. you will appreciate the extra ideas offered for your preschoolers. Preschool parents will also love the activities in Ditch the Desk: Activities for K-5 and many of the activities on the "Craft Shelf."
Artists of any age will appreciate "Everyday Easels," a regular feature with activities about artists, art styles, and various artistic techniques.
There's really something for everyone at Schoolhouse Teachers.
Along with what I have already mentioned (as if that is not enough!), you will find "Daily Math," "Daily Grammar," "This Day in History," and "Daily Writing."
You will also discover menus full of recipes (at least one per day), with the collection growing all the time!
Coming soon!!!! is the Schoolhouse Expo, with taped lectures from many of the previously mentioned homeschool notables and more.
Plus, a there's a new e-book just for you each month.
All of this, and more, for only $5.95 a month.
Sign up now and your first month will cost you only $1!!
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary membership to Schoolhouse Teachers for the purposes of writing this review. All opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.