Health and nutrition are vital to homeschooling students and families and have a major impact on our brains and ability to learn, as well as our ability to concentrate and be effective in our daily tasks. Creating a K-12 curriculum can be daunting.... More
The essential crash course for every homeschool parent. Discover insights from Diana's research behind the events of history. Share her wisdom for teaching history. Do you wonder, "Whom do I trust and what do I read to know real history?... More
Don’t just occupy their time so they are not underfoot, but actually include your preschoolers and toddlers into your school days. Using inexpensive and simple creative techniques, you can provide learning opportunities for your young children... More
Have you ever wished there were more hours in your day to get everything on your “TO DO List” completed? God has wisely created the cycle of a 24 hour period for us to accomplish everything He has ordained for us to do. This workshop... More
Film is a “language". But how do we speak that language? And what are we trying to say? What stories are we trying to tell? In this session learn the importance of telling a compelling story in your film and some tips on how to craft your... 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.
A consummate notebooker, Wanda will share how to save money by making your own notebook pages, templates and images. Utilize these learning tools to increase the excitement and learning experience in your homeschool.
Don’t let the transcript keep you from homeschooling your high school students! Join trailblazing moms for insights into transcripts. These ladies have high school graduates in the military, college and pursuing CollegePlus! program. Learn the... More
How did our Founding Fathers graduate from college at 15, 16, and 17 years old? This practical session focuses on how students can maximize their study by incorporating a souped-up version of the dual credit method into their homeschool schedule... More
The most important element in your curriculum is you. Diana has been there, knows what you are experiencing, and has talked with many others in your position. She will express your heart's cry that your children would grow in character and... More