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Course curriculum

  • 01

    OCTOBER

    • October 4 - 10: RSVP, A Musical Yo-yo, It actually IS rocket science, and the date in history that never was…

    • October 11 - 17: Sandwiches, S’mores, Daring Do’s and Defying Limits and Perceptions

    • October 18 - 24: Moles, Lambs, and Itty-bitty Frogs

    • October 25 - 31: Rose, Blue, Cube, Library, Liberty, Presidents and more

    • Discuss This Week in History - October

  • 02

    NOVEMBER

    • November 1 - 7: Stamps, Stomps and Stumps (see if you can figure that out!)

    • November 8 - 14: Montana Mammals, Your Insides Revealed, Poetry, Sculpture, Music and Literature; and: we remember those who served…

    • November 15 - 21: Mickey, E.T., Lincoln, Maccabee, Einstein, Edison, and….ME!

    • November 22 - 28: Thanksgiving Resources; Liquids, Solids & Gasses; Puppets, Rags and Primes; The Emperor

    • Discuss This Week in History - November

  • 03

    DECEMBER

    • November 29 - December 5: Great American Authors; Sitting Down for What is Right; First Bank & Newspaper; A Beautiful Impressionist, and Poetry that Speaks to a child's heart...

    • December 6 - 12: A Really Big Week for Sound, plus – Warriors, Inventors, Authors, Philosophers and Surprise Attacks!

    • December 13 - 19: Oh, Sew Many Things: Take a Shower; News from the South Pole; Writing What He Couldn’t Hear; Dumping What They Wouldn’t Drink; A Christmas Fairy Tale…

    • December 20 -26: Nothing new under the sun? There’s much to see in the heavens this week, and many candles to light. Plus: A Christmas Angel of a different sort, and the unlikely origins of a classic deportive device (toy).

    • Discuss This Week in History - December

  • 04

    JANUARY

    • December 27 - January 3: Presidents, states, storytellers, poets and a brand new year!

    • January 4 - 10: Seeing, not seeing, mercy, valor, wisdom, power and common sense.

    • January 11 - 17: What does a body good? What goes around and comes around? What did she see in the mist?

    • January 18 - 24: It's about being free.

    • January 25 - 31: Where in The World?

  • 05

    FEBRUARY

    • 1 - 7: There's one born every minute...

    • This Week with Abi: February 8-14

    • February 8 - 14: What's there to talk about?

    • February 15 - 21: Edgar, Oscar and a Song for Freedom

    • February 22 - 28: Heroes & Legends

    • February 29: Leap Day

    • Discuss This Week in History - February

  • 06

    MARCH

    • March 1 - 7: A Person's a person, no matter how small!

    • March 8 - 14: When is it right to break the rules?

    • March 15 - 21: Presidents, Patents, and Pioneers

    • March 22 - 28: A Walk in the Woods

    • Discuss This Week in History - March

  • 07

    APRIL

    • March 29 - April 4: His Accidency; and What to do when YOU make a mistake....

    • April 5 - 11: Mighty Germs, Mighty Men; Life-saving Discoveries and Crazy Inventions

    • April 12 - 18: Great Minds, Great Laughs, Great Mammals, Great Quakes

    • April 19 - 25: Crunching Numbers,Tossing Tea; Skates and the Bard

    • April 26 - May 2: Very Tall, Very Short, States & Presidents, Birds and Bibles

    • Discuss This Week in History - April

  • 08

    MAY

    • May 3 - 9: Tchaikovsky & Truman, Browning & Ballet, Forts & Philately

    • May 10 - 16: The Lady with the Lamp, the Owl and the Pussycat, Scarecrows, Lions

    • May 17 - 23: Desegregation, eruption, aviation, ratification and elevation...

    • May 24 - 30: A Wild "Ride", The Air We Breathe, Oxymorons (smile when you say that!), "The World's Greatest Athlete", and remembering fallen heroes...

    • Discuss This Week in History - May

  • 09

    JUNE

    • May 31 - June 6: Curds, Poets, Daring Doers and a Beagle Becomes Law

    • June 7 - 13: Duck!

    • June 14 - 20: Vexillology, Apiculture, Arkansology, Geronimology, Dadology....

    • June 21 - 27: Spots, Dots, Horses and Hoops ...

    • Discuss This Week in History - June

  • 10

    JULY

    • June 28 - July 4: Simulation, Funambulation, and Declaration!

    • July 5 - 11: Take a Walk on the Wild Side...

    • July 12 - 18: Climb a Mountain, Storm a Palace, Turn a Cartwheel ...

    • July 19 - 25: Juicy Poems, Dusty Footprints, Fiery Fiddles, and more!

    • July 26 - August 1: Running Rabbits, Distance-Speak, Penned-up Ponies & Pike's Peak

    • Discuss This Week in History - July

  • 11

    AUGUST

    • August 2 - 8: Anne & Annie, Cable Cars, Purple Hearts and Freedom to Print it As It Is!

    • August 9 - 15: Codes, Colors and Magnets, Missourians, and yet another Annie!

    • August 16 - 22: Science Fiction, Strange Facts, Tall Tales and Real Life Heroes...

    • August 23 - 29: Cakes, Clocks, and the Chemistry of Both...

    • Discuss This Week in History - August

  • 12

    SEPTEMBER

    • August 30 - September 5: Tall Trees, Taller Buildings, Long Names, and The Lines of Communication...

    • September 6 - 12: Labor, Literacy and Longevity

    • September 13 - 19: What a week for national pride!

    • September 20 - 26: The Cats of Seuss and of Eliot; Exploring the deep of space and the deep of the ocean

    • September 27 - October 3: Before Google; Before the modern automobile; Before modern English; Bubble gum art and two liberators…

    • Discuss This Week in History - September

  • 13

    YEAR END BONUS CONTENT!

    • VIDEO: The Teaching Moment

    • VIDEO: "Weekly TJEd Tools" by Ian and Emma Cox

    • AUDIO: TJEd Tools for Large Families by Emma Cox and Rachel DeMille

    • VIDEO: Keys of Transition from Core to Love of Learning!

    • VIDEO: Homeschooling the Exceptional Child: Gifted, Unschooled, Disabled, Dyslexic, etc.

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