Category Archives for Bootcamp 2020

History is Everything!

Geography is an adventure! Learn more than nine engaging ways to help your children learn geography.(No workbooks or textbooks needed) More about Donna Goff: Donna Goff   “My husband, Roger, and I are parents of seven children (four sons and three daughters). We are also grandparents to thirteen grandchildren (three granddaughters and ten grandsons)! We […]

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​​How to Write Essays the Fast Way

Get the pattern on how to write a great essay with some easy shortcuts. Bookmark

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Help! I’m Trying to Teach My Kid!

As an adult, you have likely found ways to navigate your struggles with learning or attention. But now, you have to be the teacher, too! This session will help you understand your child’s or your own learning or attention challenges and give you positive, productive ways to learn and grow together. More about Jill Stowell: […]

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​Ignite a Spark! From Consumption to Creation in a Flash

Children of all ages have a story to tell! From personal narratives to sharing the steps of an experiment, the possibilities are endless. In this session you’ll learn how designing opportunities for creation empower children as learners and consumers. This session will include an overview of the totally free Adobe Spark tools for iPads and […]

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Six Principles That Will Improve Your Family Communication

Join Steve as he shares principles that have helped him learn to speak and listen to his wife. These same principles have improved his ability to connect with his four sons. More about Steve Demme: Steve Demme Steve and his wife Sandra have been married since 1979. They have been blessed with four sons, three […]

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The Importance of Counting and Place Value

Should we have our children count everything? What happens when they run out of fingers?And how in the world do we use counting with four-digit addition? Come to this workshop andlearn effective and efficient ways to recognize quantities, understand place value, and masteraddition and subtraction. More about Kathleen Cotter Lawler: Kathleen Cotter Lawler Kathleen Cotter […]

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5 Ways to Bond Your Way Through School and Improve Your Family Relationships

Homeschooling and family life are so much better when the family bonds are healthy. This class will share five ways parents can improve their bonds with their children through their day to day homeschooling experiences. This fun new class provides inspiration and hands on ideas for transforming hum-drum school days into family bonding adventures. More […]

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Charlotte Mason’s Foreign Language Approach: The Easy Way

Want to incorporate a foreign language in your homeschool? Charlotte Mason has a gentle approach that will help your homeschooler talk in a foreign language. We’ll not only talk about this hands-on approach but how to implement it in your homeschool easily. Bookmark

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The Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder in Story and Song

Laura Ingalls Wilder (1867-1957) left a lasting impact on American literature with her “Little House” series of books. In this presentation, John Notgrass takes you on a virtual tour of the places Laura lived, shares stories that didn’t make it into her books, and performs songs that the Ingalls family enjoyed. Bookmark

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Top Current Homeschooling Tips

Pamela will be discussing testing, disability, special needs resources, staying organized, tutoring, free and discounted curriculum options, and earning grades and credits for high school students for today’s homeschool families. This free online conference provides training for home educators and covers alternative testing options to the ACT and SAT. Bookmark

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