When things don’t go as planned, when no one can seem to focus on their spelling, when the kids (and you) need an “off day” – what can you do? A day away from the lesson plan doesn’t have to mean learning is over. Come... More
Just getting started in homeschooling? Needing to refocus and redefine what homeschooling could look like for your family? Come benefit from Nancy’s 20+ years of experience and enjoy her engaging style. This interactive workshop will review... More
Sonya will walk you through a simple five–step process for creating a plan that fits your unique family. Learn how to schedule based on Charlotte Mason principles with a healthy dose of homeschooling reality.
This homeschooling mom of seventeen will encourage and equip you with tips and tools for building an efficient and effective education for each child, as well as implementing family instruction by integrating subjects and ages. Learn how to make the... More
Connectedness is the most important quality in effective and memorable teaching! Teach history, science, geography, and language skills (reading, writing, and word studies) to multiple ages using the unified approach. Come to this workshop to hear... More
During the 1800s and early 1900s, sixteen–year old American girls schooled classrooms full of children of various ages and at a variety of stages. How did they produce one of the most literate societies of all time? How can we make use of... More
This workshop will give you a practical and encouraging overview of the methods used in the Charlotte Mason approach, including living books, short lessons, fine arts, history, geography, dictation, narration, copy work, poetry, and more.
So often, learning style materials pour all their time and energy into finding the right label for your child’s learning style. “Yes, I now know he’s a right-brained, global, sub-dominant, argyle-wearing, rational wombat. But how... More
Most homeschoolers feel uneasy when planning math courses for their children. We learned our math a long time ago, or we learned it a different way, or maybe we learned it not at all! How can we know if the methods we are using will achieve the... More
Learn about the most popular methodologies (textbook, living books, unit studies, classical, and unschooling) and gain a close-up look at the homeschool publishers which carry these methodologies. (Many of these publishers will be in our conference... More