Month: April 2015


High school planning starts early for success

We get dozens of emails every week asking the same question:  When is the best time to start planning for high school?
If I only had 20 seconds to tell you the most important thing about homeschooling through high school, it would be to tell you to plan early!  As a matter of fact, for the most optimum stress-free and beneficial experience – I would say Read More…

Top 10 Ways to Engage Students in Writing

Top 10 Ways to Engage Students in Writing at Every Grade Level! 

Presentation by Steven Spivey

One of the toughest subjects for a homeschool parent to teach is writing. In this action packed, interactive workshop, Steven will give you hands-on proven techniques for teaching writing that you can immediately implement to make a difference in your student(s) writing today! Read More…

Leadership Education for Teens

Leadership Education for Teens 

Presentation by Ian Cox

Ian will share his experiences and his unique perspective as one who has implemented the popular leadership model of education in his life – TJEd, or Thomas Jefferson Education.  If you are a teen who wants to take control of your education but are not sure how to do it, this presentation is for you! Read More…

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The Magic of Waldorf – A Holistic Education

The Magic of Waldorf – A Holistic Education 

Presentation by Donna Ashton

Donna will explore how Waldorf homeschooling nourishes children through the arts, music, and movement. Read More…

Grammar Games

Teaching grammar is a subject many homeschooling parents struggle with. 

Just how important is it that a child learn exactly what a direct object is, or how to identify a prepositional phrase? Read More…

Organizing the Home is Fun and Easy

Spy Themed Activities

In honor of our upcoming E-Conference (click here to find out more), we have put together a collection from across the web of Mission Possible-Inspired activities and adventures for kids, groups, and families! Read More…