Category Archives for Not Back to School 2014

A New Look at Education

A New Look at Education  –   We have an opportunity to give a unique and directed education to each of our children as individuals.  Let’s explore some of the ways we can individualize and celebrate the unique gifts our children have while preparing them for the future.  Even as homeschoolers, we tend to focus […]

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Your One-Room Schoolhouse

Your One-Room Schoolhouse: How to Successfully Homeschool Multiple Children and Ages  One of the questions most often asked by homeschoolers is how to manage the many personalities, styles and ages in a family. Not only is Rachel DeMille a sought-after mentor for homeschoolers around the world, she is the mother of 8, one with severe […]

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Family Simulations – Learning by Doing

Family Simulations: Learning by Doing –  Education at home is not just about teaching children. It’s about the whole family learning, changing and experiencing life in a new way. Simulations are more than “pretend play” and are for the whole family. Instead of just reading about things why not experience it as a family? Read […]

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One Soldiers Story – A Tennessean in World War II

One Soldier’s Story: A Tennessean in World War II  –   John’s grandfather Wesley Notgrass (1915-2007) joined the United States Army in 1941 and served for four years, one month, and seven days in the United States and Europe during World War II. Based on his grandfather’s recollections, John steps into character to share Wesley’s […]

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3 Biggest Things that Lead to Chaos

3 Biggest Dangers Homeschooling Moms Make That Keep Their Schedules Chaotic –  This is a call about scheduling, rhythm of the day & week and creating a plan that fits the individual mom and family.Bookmark

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The Classical Preschool

The Classical Preschool, Building a Foundation of Wonder –  In this workshop, participants will learn how to nurture their preschooler’s mind and soul through play in order to prepare a firm foundation for the delights and demands of a classical education.Bookmark

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The Homegrown Preschooler

The Homegrown Preschooler –  In this fun and creative workshop, Kathy shares how to create an amazing preschool experience for your child at home. From the latest in scientific research on child development to the organization of supplies, this information packed workshop will help you prepare your child for kindergarten and make wonderful memories along […]

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What Every Parent Ought to Know About Homeschooling

What Every Parent Ought to Know About Homeschooling Their Child –  In this 2-part workshop, you will learn: 1. Am I Smart Enough to Homeschool My Child? 2. Am I Using the Right Curriculum? 3. Am I Inadvertently Teaching Confusion? 4. Will My Child Be Socially Inept? 5. How Can I Maintain Stamina & Sanity? […]

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Training Mother Helpers

Training Mother Helpers –  Being a homeschooling mother is hard enough, but add in all the household responsibilities, nagging & frustration that comes with being the homemaker as well.  Have you decided its time to get some relief?  This workshop shares how to give everyone a promotion and start training your children to be “mother […]

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Financial Freedom Creates Political Autonomy

Financial Freedom Creates Political Autonomy –  We will help you understand the banking system, money, and basic financial literacy.  Recognizing how wealth is created and what you can personally do to increase your own wealth with simple tools.  Know the difference between hard assets and paper (or electronic) money.  Learn how to change your thinking […]

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