Events

  

Whether you are new to homeschooling, a veteran homeschooler, considering taking the plunge, or just looking for practical ideas for your student conventions and virtual events like our round tables are great places to gain information to help you get the most out of your experience.

  

Throughout the year we host a variety of free virtual events and attend a number of conventions. Check back frequently as we add events often.

  

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Creating a Love of Learning

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Free Virtual Event

"A love of learning has a lot to do with learning that we're loved." — Mr. Rogers.Join us as we give you ideas on how to instill a love of learning in your family. We will provide practical tips, suggestions, and good old-fashioned wisdom about raising the whole child.

Inspiring Your Quirky, Passionate Student, with Colleen Kessler

Online (Link in the description)

Free Virtual Event

Colleen Kessler, talented blogger, author, podcaster, and gifted encourager will join us to talk about inspiring differently-wired students and twice-exceptional kids. What are effective strategies for you when your kids are quirky, passionate, and intense? Colleen brings a wealth of ideas on how to spark a passionate, lifelong learning experience in your students, and provides practical encouragement for homeschool moms on this incredible journey. If you are the parent of a differently-wired child, this will be a not to miss event.

Creating a Micro-Business in Your Home, with Katie Dugdale

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Free Virtual Event

We are called to be creators, not just consumers. When we start a micro-business, we are innovating and creating opportunities for ourselves and others—creating more space to grow and give. Micro-businesses—companies with annual sales and assets valued at less than $250,000 and fewer than five employees, including the owner—thrive in a home-based environment. What are you already doing for free that could be channeled into a micro-business? Graphic design? Dog walking? Babysitting? Writing? Yard work? Sewing? Teaching? If creating a business like this sounds exciting, join us to learn some basic building blocks of starting a micro-business.

Helping the “Artsy” Math Student Succeed

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Free Virtual Event

There is often a misconception that artistic and mathematical thinking are opposites. Math and art are more like fraternal twins—they might not look alike, but there is a definite connection between them. Join us as we talk about some ways to demonstrate the connection between math and art, for either your “artsy” student or your more “math-y” student who might need some creative thinking encouragement.