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Going LIVE May 6-10, 2019.

5 Things You'll Discover From Attending This FREE Bootcamp

  1. Finally, get clarity and direction for your homeschool. 
  2. Learn how to teach effectively. 
  3. Receive practical, doable tips and ideas. 
  4. Gain knowledge and understanding.
  5. Walk away with the confidence to set up your homeschool for success. 

No travel costs.  No babysitters.  Listen from home. Live Q&A.

Homeschooling is what we do.

Meet incredible mentors who will inspire, motivate, and support you.

Jillian Newkirk
Monday, May 6 at 9am Pacific
(10am Mountain, 11am Central, 12pm Eastern)

Rebooting the Way You Respond to Your Child

We will discuss common phrases parents use and explore why they don't work, what to say instead, and how these "reboots" allow your child to be more cooperative.

​Rachel Demille
Monday, May 6 at 11am Pacific
(12pm Mountain, 1pm Central, 2pm Eastern)

Your Homeschool Questions: What, How, When and Why

Great learning occurs when our hearts and minds are opened interest, curiosity and the sense of personal meaning. How can asking these basic questions help you achieve your ideal family education culture, create a harmonious family dynamic, and facilitate individual achievement for you and your kids? Rachel DeMille's nurturing and empowering style has inspired thousands of homeschoolers, and will help you find the right questions - and answers - for your home.

Jean Burk
Monday, May 6 at 1pm Pacific
(2pm Mountain, 3pm Central, 4pm Eastern)

Summer’s Top 10 Homeschooling Secrets to Free College Money

"Those who don't work in the summer usually work for those who do." Don't waste this summer but invest the time to receive FREE college money. If you are worried about paying for college or don't want to be strapped with 20 years of college loans, you can’t miss this webinar on learning the secrets to receiving amazing scholarship money?

​Greg Denning
Tuesday, May 7 at 9am Pacific
(10am Mountain, 11am Central, 12pm Eastern)

5 Reasons Every Homeschool Family NEEDS to Worldschool

Home education is the best -- congrats for being bold and breaking the mold! 

But the world is changing faster today than when we grew up, and homeschooling by itself will NOT be enough. Good, homeschooled youth are entering adulthood UNPREPARED to 'launch' successfully. Discover how worldschooling can help change that. You'll learn not only why you HAVE TO worldschool, but how to do it effectively and avoid the mistake most newbies make.

​Audrey Rindlisbacher
Tuesday, May 7 at 11am Pacific
(12pm Mountain, 1pm Central, 2pm Eastern)

How to Create a Principle-Centered Homeschool

Although the concepts of natural law and principles were very familiar to America’s Founding generation, over the last two centuries these critical ideas have been virtually lost. In a world of moral relativism, where are the principles we can teach our children that will ground them in truth and create a solid foundation for their lives? Through 15 years of intense study and practice Audrey has been able to hone in on the nature of true principles and successfully teach thousands of men and women how to live principle-centered lives. In this presentation you’ll learn how to identify true principles, harmonize them with scripture and other classics and how to teach them to your children—empowering you to build a homeschool and family culture that is truly principle-centered!

Monica Irvine
Tuesday, May 7 at 1pm Pacific
(2pm Mountain, 3pm Central, 4pm Eastern)

Disciplining With Love So We Don't Break Our Children's Spirits

This is a topic I get the most questions about and a topic that so many parents are struggling to find balance with. What is effective, age appropriate punishment? When is talking about it enough? What age is too old or too young for certain discipline and the list goes on? Come and join me as we discuss essential principles that we must understand before discipline can be effective. Parents, if we’re not careful, even with the best of intentions, we can absolutely damage our children’s precious spirits. You will be so grateful that you attended.

​Andrew Pudewa
Tuesday, May 7 at 6pm Pacific
(7pm Mountain, 8pm Central, 9pm Eastern)

​Cultivating Language Skills: Preschool through High School

Listening and reading well, speaking and writing clearly, thinking and debating effectively are abilities that most parents hope to cultivate in their children. With that goal in mind, Andrew will explore various environments and activities which will accelerate the development of these language skills, beginning with the youngest students and continuing into the high school years.

Tresta Neil
Wednesday, May 8 at 9am Pacific
(10am Mountain, 11am Central, 12pm Eastern)

Transform your Literature Experience

How many types of Literature are there? How many do you use in your homeschool? 
Come and learn how to integrate all seven types of literature in one school year plus three different ways to have your students record their reading experience and present it in a way that will help them love literature for the rest of their lives.

Edna Latone
Wednesday, May 8 at 11am Pacific
(12pm Mountain, 1pm Central, 2pm Eastern)

Unlock the Power of your Public Library!

Today's Public Libraries are an amazing array of learning resources. Learn to unlock the door to both tangible and online resources and learn about some amazing Homeschool programs supported by Public Libraries.nt it in a way that will help them love literature for the rest of their lives.

Patrick Nurre
Wednesday, May 8 at 1pm Pacific
(2pm Mountain, 3pm Central, 4pm Eastern)

Interpreting Our Nations’ National Parks

Heading to one of our national parks this summer? This seminar focuses on three of our most famous national parks from a young-earth perspective - Yellowstone, Yosemite and Petrified Forest – and helps you see a brand new way of understanding their amazing features.

Diana Waring
Thursday, May 9 at 9am Pacific
(10am Mountain, 11am Central, 12pm Eastern)

Surprising Things About How Kids Learn

The model in our head about how kids learn may be wrong. 

How can that be? The answers are many, but the solutions few.

We have our own experiences of being students when we were kids—which affects our views on learning. There are also powerful voices in homeschooling that say we should do this or that if we want our kids to have the "best" learning possible. We are told what to buy, what to do, and when to do it.

It's easy to be intimidated by all of these opinions and it's hard to break free of lies from our past.

BUT, there are extraordinary possibilities for learning within each of your children. How can we open the door for all our kids to thrive and flourish, to explore these possibilities, to grow into all that they are designed to be?

That's what we are going to talk about in this session. It will be a safe and gentle place, with no judgment or condemnation. You are warmly welcome to come.

Kathy Lee Eggers
Thursday, May 9 at 11am Pacific
(12pm Mountain, 1pm Central, 2pm Eastern)

A Summer is Playing Skillfully

Join me to discover enriching ideas to keep your young learners exploring and learning during the summer months.

Kathleen Cotter Lawler
Thursday, May 9 at 1pm Pacific
(2pm Mountain, 3pm Central, 4pm Eastern)

You CAN Be a Great Math Teacher

Maybe you struggled with math, so how do you choose a curriculum to avoid the same fate for your child? Maybe you are really good in math but are unsure how to teach it now? Should you include manipulatives or not? What DOES it take to be the best teacher for your child? Find out the science and the art of teaching math. It is a science because much research has been done on how children learn, especially in math. It is an art because each child is different and lessons need to be tweaked. Come learn and be encouraged to become a great math teacher.

SJ Barakony
Thursday, May 9 at 6pm Pacific
(7pm Mountain, 8pm Central, 9pm Eastern)

Networking and Community Building as a Life Skill

Home schoolers/educators have an advantage: They can pursue a multitude of different and unique curricula, or go w/o a defined one, and be purely self directed. One life/people/soft skill, though, that should be taught, regardless? The ability to network & build a tribe/community. Both have common roots, yet are very different.

SJ, the founder of SBSL & a Mkt Area Director (Business Development) for H7 Network, will walk you through both, offering strategic & tactical insights.

Donna Goff
Friday, May 10 at 9am Pacific
(10am Mountain, 11am Central, 12pm Eastern)

Strategies for Learning Retention

The role of developmental readiness in learning retention, how to support development, and learning strategies that work, instead of busy work, worksheets, workbooks, and battling of wills.

Donna Goff
Friday, May 10 at 11am Pacific
(12pm Mountain, 1pm Central, 2pm Eastern)

Progress Focused instead of Testing Focused

Why basing educational progress on age groups, rather than development creates problems and what to do instead. Strategies to support development, evaluate progress, and what works better
than standardized tests.

Carol Gary
Friday, May 10 at 1pm Pacific
(2pm Mountain, 3pm Central, 4pm Eastern)

To Grade or Not to Grade: THAT is the Question

Solicit advice from the homeschooling community about whether to assign your student formal grades, and you will receive a myriad of passionate, diverse opinions.  Learn about traditional grading pros and cons, evaluate seasonal considerations, explore the five functions of grading, and review hybrid examples.

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