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ALEKS Math – ALEKS Math is an online math resource for K-12 featuring all courses and levels. This is an adaptive learning program for the student to move along at their own speed and understanding. Teachers and parents are able to keep track of progress. At PSAC our teachers will work with each family to ensure the student is keeping on track, testing availability and visual charts to view the progress.
The 10-Month program to purchase here is for the entire school year. There are multiple programs to choose from so if a different level or time period is wanted besides for the school year, please contact us directly.
Alphabetter – An alphabet workbook with drills per unit. The workbook has twelve copies of each of its 16 exercises. Your child takes minutes each day to repeat a given drill until they can complete it smoothly and confidently.
Calculadder – A series of six one-year units in Math spanning 16 drills each. Any CalcuLadder unit may be used as needed at any grade level along with any math curriculum, or as a stand-alone source. These cover every area of math skills from First Grade through Pre-Algebra. Each unit comes with a slate board so no need to copy pages. Use a cloth to wipe away. The answers are on the back of each page.
High School Your Way – An Independent Study & Planning guide. This guide provides a simple method for tracking and recording high school course work. It encourages creativity, time management, and planning. It teaches how to plan all steps necessary for developing a course and for determining credit and grades without having to do a “correspondence course” or “fill-in the blank” workbook approach.
Homeschooling the High Schooler – A resource which overviews high school academics. Besides learning about academics with this resource, additional areas cover credit requirements, transcripts, GED, college entrance, scholarships, and a “hot to” of developing courses, among other topics!
ReadyWriter – A Pictorial Approach to Writing. There are 16 beautiful exercises which portrays a scene from Farmer Brown’s Farm, with a brief, fun story to set the context. While your children complete various visual elements (missing parts!) in the pictures, they get lots of practice in stylus skills, eye-hand coordination, and forming complete printed characters – more than in many beginning penmanship workbooks.
SanctiFinder – Making Bible Lookups Quick and Easy! These set of drills will aid the student in just a few minutes a day, and within nine weeks, your children can have instant access to every Bible book in its proper place, and master its spelling, too! There are mazes and other activities to teach the order and spelling of all 66 Bible books.
Teaching My Own – A K-8 Planner & Record Keeping Resource Book. A simple, yet comprehensive tool. Whether a new homeschooler or a veteran, this resource will serve as one of the most simple, yet effective ways of planning and recording a child’s educational journey (K-8).
Washington State History – A Highschool Curriculum Resource for Homeschoolers. Learn history from a book, or go experience it! This book will give you the research for each topic over an 18-week course. Expand on this by going out and spend another 18 weeks and verifying what you have researched! There are tons of things within a 4-hour driving experience that you can do! Plan a vacation for other parts of the state. You will be glad you did. This can also be adjusted for Junior High school too!
Intro to Filmmaking – Learn the art of filmmaking from start to finish in this 18 section course (complete a section every two weeks or in one week if you are working fast). Good for 1 high school elective credit for one year – (120 hours)
Advanced Filmmaking – Live zoom mentoring class with Filmmaker Damon Evans. Meets once a week with 5 other young filmmakers creating a community element of being in a group with peers creating their own films. This course is very inspiring and holds everyone accountable as they create their own short film in a semester.
Photography 4 Teens – Learn the basics of photography in a 12 part course featuring lessons, demonstrations, workshops, and assignments.
YOUTUBE 4 TEENS – This course gives students the training to start, grow and launch a YouTube channel. A 12-week course for tweens, teens, or adults! (60 Hours or 1/2 elective credit). 1 semester (60 hours).
Acting 4 The Screen – In this 12 part course, we will teach the basic building block that makes a great screen performance. Acting 4 the Screen equals 1-semester elective credit (60 hours).