Homeschool Curriculums

Choosing a curriculum – one of the most fun, yet most difficult parts of homeschooling!

If you have any questions about homeschool curriculums, you’ve come to the right place! Enjoy a huge collection of curriculum-related blogs and a few free downloadables!

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Do I choose a book-based curriculum? A video based curriculum? A Charlotte Mason approach, or a classical approach?

All of this curriculum jargon can be a lot to handle – not to mention all of the different curriculum providers within these categories!

Luckily for you, thousands of other homeschool families who’ve already walked this journey were willing to help you out by voting for their favorite curriculum!

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Homeschool Curriculums by Subject

Teaching math can be intimidating for a variety of reasons. It’s complex. It requires a lot of formula memorization, especially at the upper levels. And you may find it harder to directly apply to everyday life.

But there’s no need to fear! Check out this homeschool math curriculum guide for curriculum reviews, project ideas, and ways to help your children apply math to daily life!

Homeschool Curriculum Articles

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A New Outlook On Art

My 15 year old daughter spends part of most evenings drawing in her journal– looking for ideas online to create a personalized book chronicling her thoughts,

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If you’re still unsure about which curriculum is best for your family, why not get advice from someone who’s tried them all?

Curriculum junkie Jeannie Fulbright bought EVERYTHING that sounded good. From A Beka, to Hillyer, to e-books—she has tried every kind of curriculum and method available! And from that experience she has formulated the 7 E’s for Carefully Choosing Curriculum.

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Technology’s Influence Over Beliefs and Behaviors

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch Understanding how technology influences children’ beliefs and behaviors will change your approach to both technology and their foolishness and disobedience. It’s the root of some of your biggest concerns (e.g., complaining, pride, anger, depression, poor decision making). Learn communication patterns that matter and practical things to do to help children mature […]

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Evening of Real Refreshment — Mom’s Night

Speaker: Rachael Carman This evening is for MOMS ONLY! Dads will need to plan to get the children in bed, so mom can enjoy a night of fellowship and encouragement! (You will be REALLY glad you did!!) Listen Now

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Homeschooling from a Biblical Worldview

Speaker: Israel Wayne Are your children prepared to face the “Real World”? Learn how to equip your children to stand against the flood of secularism that threatens to drown them. What is your worldview? How are you going to transfer it to your children? Will you be more effective than the media and popular culture? […]

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8 Great Smarts: All Children Are Smart – Help Them Believe It!

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch All children need to know they’re smart. Being smart empowers them to believe in their todays and tomorrows, to expect some learning to be easy, and to study when something isn’t. Being smart gives them hope. There are 8 distinct and proven ways of being smart (word, logic, picture, music, body, […]

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Learning with Living Books

Speaker: Sonya Shafer Good living books feed our children a feast of ideas, not just dry facts. Join Sonya for a look at this simple, yet effective, approach to true education. Learn what makes living books “living,” and practice using them in a way that makes learning stick. Listen Now

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Every Dad a Homeschooling Dad!

Speaker: Todd Wilson You may not crack open a book, work through a curriculum, or call it school, but it’s your job to train your children. Join me as we look at the trials, triumphs, and tribulations of training our children. Now don’t worry, I won’t make you feel guilty or give you a forty-six […]

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College Prep 101: How to Use Your Time So You Can Have a Life in College

Speaker: Mark Pruitt Time Management is THE BIGGEST challenge for every student. Learn ways to get more done in less time so you can have a blast in college. Listen Now

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Our Kids, God’s Plan, and a Plague of Locusts

Speaker: Marty Machowski Home school parents know the importance of academics in home school and look to give their children the best education to prepare them for life. But too often the Bible and learning about God get second place. No universities are looking to see how many years of Bible training a student received. […]

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Bible Study Should Ignite a Child’s Imagination

Speaker: Stuart Peck What can we as parents do to help our children see the stories of the Bible come alive and get excited about God’s word? Stuart Peck demonstrates a variety of ways that parents can incorporate engaging videos, podcasts, and unique workbooks about the Bible into their homeschooling, and encourages parents to recognize […]

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Interpreting Our Nation’s National Parks

Speaker: Patrick Nurre Our national parks are a great place to study history, but also science! 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 new way of understanding their amazing features, from a Biblical perspective. Listen […]

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Modern History—That Everyone Ought to Know!

Speaker: Linda Lacour Hobar Want to better understand the headlines? Then you need “Modern History that Everyone Ought to Know!” Join Linda Lacour Hobar, author of The Mystery of History, as she recounts world-shaking events from the 20th and 21st centuries from a biblical worldview. With vivid snapshots of the Cold War, the War in […]

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10 Ways to Stop Defiance, Disrespect & Meltdowns

Speaker: Kirk Martin Nothing is more frustrating and embarrassing than a child being defiant or melting down in public. Have a little one who looks right through you and says, “No!”? Have a teenager who defies you or rolls his eyes? Have a child who refuses to go places? Kirk will show you how to […]

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How to Help Kids and Teens Study the Bible and Grow in Faith

Speaker: Kim Sorgius Whether you have toddlers or teens, we all have a desire to see our kids walk with the Lord and grow in faith. In this session, we will explore fun and simple ways to teach your kids to have regular devotional study, a meaningful prayer life, and engaging family discussions. Listen Now

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Perspective is Everything

Speaker: Rachael Carman As you consider how to go forward in your homeschooling journey, where are you standing? Are you on the field or in the stands or in the blimp? It matters. What is obstructing your view? Who’s on your team? Where is the finish line? How can you best proceed? Why are you […]

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The Art of Story Telling: Developing Discernment in an Age of Dystopian Disorder

Speaker: Dr. Mark Hamby The themes of love, compassion, courage, and friendship that dystopian heroes promise as the new rule of order sound good in a story but they do not work in the real world. Love without absolute truth leads to hypocrisy and eventually, oppression. Some may argue that dystopian stories demonstrate sacrificial love […]

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20 Things to Pray for Your Children

Speaker: Wendy Shaw Prayer to our spiritual life is like breathing is to living. Here is a starting list you can adapt and cultivate to your own family when praying for your children! I share ideas on how to have a disciplined prayer life and creative ways to implement these practices. I’ll also share how […]

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A Biblical Model for Discipline

Speaker: Ginger Hubbard Do you find yourself threatening, repeating your instructions, or raising your voice in an attempt to get your children to obey? Do you feel guilty because you know you should be faithfully training and instructing your children in righteousness but you aren’t sure how? Through personal experience and practical application of Scripture, […]

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Finding and Keeping Your Joy in Parenting

Speaker: Scott LaPierre Have you noticed that even though the Bible says children are blessings they can make life harder and feel like a burden? Want to be encouraged about your children and enjoy parenting more? Come listen to author and father of nine, Scott LaPierre, as he helps brings more joy to your parenting […]

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Passing on the Torch

Speaker: Mike Snavely The goal of Christianity is not only salvation, but growth and discipleship. It falls to the Christians of every generation to mature in the faith, and figure out the best way to faithfully and successfully pass that “torch” to the next generation. Each generation and culture must understand the importance and pertinence […]

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Weary of the Waiting? Dealing with Disappointment in a God-Honoring Way

Speaker: Cecelia Schmidt Waiting can be hard, and we can become weary and disappointed when our desires are not met. If God is all-powerful and loving, then why do we doubt Him when He doesn’t grant our requests? In this session, we will study God‘s Word to learn how to find joy in the waiting […]

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A 4-Step Guide for Homeschooling High School

Speaker: Matthew Bullington Want to know what your teen should be focusing on to prepare for college and a career? In this session we will break high-school down into four crucial phases that build on each other, and give you the tools to determine what should be the priority for this next year, how to […]

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What’s Your Homeschool Personality?

Speaker: Todd Wilson Frustrated by the fact that what works for your homeschooling friends doesn’t seem to work for you or what works for one of your children doesn’t work for all your children? For the first time ever discover the FOUR homeschool Personality Types. You’ll discover if you’re a Falcon, Owl, Swan, or Sand […]

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Discipline with Love so We Don’t Break Our Child’s Spirit

Speaker: Monica Irvine I know you have felt the pain of regret when you have had a moment of failure when discipling your children. I know many of you are fighting against habits you learned from your parents that you swore you would never do. I know you want to parent with love, honor & […]

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Vaccine Mandates for Homeschool Children

Speaker: Bradley Pierce Parents’ right to make medical decisions for their children is under attack. At Heritage Defense, we support vaccine freedom–the right of parents to make informed, voluntary immunization decisions for their children. Our attorneys have been fighting for this and other parental rights for over ten years and we want to use our […]

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Starting a Trail Life Outdoor Education Troop in Your Homeschool

Speaker: Mark Hancock Engage dads and ignite a love for learning in boys through outdoor adventure and badge-based education. Discover the Trail Life difference! Join us as we share how your church or homeschool group can help boys thrive by layering adventure based education into your homeschool curriculum. Listen Now

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Help! I’m Running on Empty!!!

Speaker: Dana Blomberg The term “”Homeschooling Mom”” means everything from preschool teacher to chemistry lab technician, from chief cook and bottle washer to Biblical Counselor and everything in between. And then there is maintaining my walk with the Lord, a healthy marriage, church involvement, piano lessons, soccer practice…how do I maintain while fulfilling several full-time […]

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Walk by the Way, Teaching Spiritual Truths through Natural Means

Speaker: Ginny Yurich Bring Deuteronomy 6:7 to life! “You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise.” Opportunities to teach Biblical truths are all around us. Learn ten practical […]

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Out of the Box “Teenschooling”

Speaker: Rebecca Spooner Have some anxiety about high school? You aren’t alone! In this session, Rebecca talks about the teen years: how to keep your kids interested and break the narrative that finding something accredited or rigorous is the only way! You have a whole lot more options than you think you do. Yes, you […]

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How NOT to Lose Your Teens

Speaker: Hal and Melanie Young When you get to the end of your homeschooling and your child leaves home, things get real. At that point, the only thing you’ll have is relationship: their relationship with God and their relationship with you. Learn about encouraging research that highlights the critical importance of relationships in the spiritual […]

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The Dyslexic Learner (Igniting the Brilliant Dyslexic Brain)

Speaker: Dr. Rebecka Spencer Unlock your child’s brilliance and DISCOVER some ways TODAY to help your child succeed with JOY! Teach struggling learners for the Win. Understand how your student’s brilliant dyslexic brain functions, the why behind it, and what you can do right now to help! Focus on the child and how he or […]

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Helping the ADD / ADHD Child

Speaker: Israel Wayne If you have a hyperactive or easily distractible child, you won’t want to miss this informative and sometimes humorous message that shares stories from his experience as an ADHD child himself. You will receive practical and Biblical insights into ADD/ADHD and will be encouraged that there is hope for your child! Listen […]

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Technology: How to Create Positive Social Footprint

Speaker: Connie Albers If you are like most parents, you are concerned about what your kids might post online. Social media is a powerful platform that isn’t going away. While more and more kids seek relationships online, you can teach them how to create a positive profile that helps influence the next generation. Connie Albers […]

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Homeschooling with a Broken Spirit

Speaker: Dennis Gundersen Homeschool Moms have a busy life! The comprehensive, multi-faceted work of it all can become overwhelming. If you, or a mother you know, have ever found yourself depressed, this is the workshop for you. As Don Francisco sang, “It ain’t sin to get the blues”, but it’s not a pleasure, either. When […]

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God Made You For “Such a Time as This”

Speaker: Joie Harber Whether it’s a season of survival mode, success, or doubt, God has a purpose for you, your marriage, your homeschool, and (most importantly) your children’s souls. Are you ready to move from feeling inadequate to empowered? Join Joie as we conquer our fears and learn how to put God’s word in our […]

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The Amazing Scientific Accuracy of the Bible

Speaker: Kevin Conover According to recent research, 72% of Generation Z, those born between 2000-2015, don’t believe that church teachings and science are compatible. This session will cover 7 amazing scientific facts recorded in the Bible thousands of years before modern science discovered them, demonstrating that the God of the Bible is the God of […]

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Quiet Time Skills for Women

Speaker: Misty Brown Once riddled with daily anxiety, Misty is now spending time daily with Jesus and being made whole. Her passion is to be a disciple, who goes and makes disciples; to help women let go of their fears, and be filled with the truths of God’s Word. She will share how using the […]

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Three Power Sources Available in a Man’s Search for Happiness

Speaker: Norm Wakefield Where does the pursuit of happiness lead a man? It will lead him to experience at least two or three sources of power to find the happiness he seeks. What are those power sources and what affect do they have on the man? You’ll discover that two power sources will fail to […]

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KEYNOTE: American Campfire Revival

Speaker: Kirk Cameron My personal journey to starting 100 days of campfires in my backyard to pray with the family of faith and re-learn the principles of the original American Covenant that produced the freest, strongest, and most blessed nation in the history of the world. History and the Bible demonstrate that revival comes during […]

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Choosing the Soundtracks of Your Life

Speaker: Sonya Shafer The thoughts that repeatedly play in your mind become the soundtracks of your life, and those soundtracks greatly affect how you view and respond to situations. Join Sonya for a look at how you can choose powerful soundtracks and build biblical playlists through Scripture memory. She will walk you through a simple […]

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Lies Homeschoolers Believe

Speaker: Todd Wilson Your house is a disaster, your kids seem out of control, and you wonder how you’ll ever make it through another day of school. Your “get up and go” has “gotten up and went”. You used to think homeschooling was the best thing since sliced bread, but now you’re feeling like burnt […]

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Identity: Who Do Your Children Think They Are and Why Does It Matter?

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch How children see and define themselves matters greatly because identity controls behavior. How do they think of themselves? Overwhelmed, stressed, talented, passionate, creative, bored? Who they think they are is who they will be. Identity influences children’s relationships, academics, future, hopes, beliefs, and so much more. Learn how to parent so […]

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A Scientist’s Showcase of Amazing Creatures That Defy Evolutionary Theory

Speaker: Sheri Seligson What do we do in a world telling us all organisms evolved from primordial ooze? How can our students give an answer when these ideas come up in discussions as they stand alone as adults? Amazingly, the more we learn about the creatures on Earth, the more we see the intricacies that […]

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Truth Changes Everything

Speaker: Dr. Jeff Myers From social conflict to purposelessness and lack of identity, the loss of truth affects us every day. Is all hope lost? In this talk, Dr. Jeff Myers shares the fascinating stories of Jesus-followers who lived for truth and transformed the world in times of crisis. These inspiring figures led the way […]

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Bountiful Homeschooling on a Budget

Speaker: Jennifer Pepito In this workshop Jennifer will give tips and ideas for home schooling your children when funds are limited. Drawing from her years as a frugal mom to many as well as her four years spent with her family on the mission field she will suggest to you creative resources for giving your […]

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Books as Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors

Speaker: Amber Johnston When children are unable to see themselves reflected in their schoolbooks, they fail to develop positive feelings of self-worth. And when they lack occasions to examine similarities and differences between themselves and others, they miss out on valuable opportunities for recognizing the shared humanity that binds all people together. A mirror is […]

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Dyslexia 101 – What Is Dyslexia?

Speaker: Holly Jo Hightchew There are a lot of misconceptions out there. This presentation will help parents understand what dyslexia is, what is looks like and how it affects our children. Information will be presented in terms the whole family can understand. You will leave this seminar with valuable information, but more importantly, with hopefulness […]

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Homeschooling During Difficult Times

Speaker: Dr. Sandi Queen In this session, Dr. Sandi Queen shares how, during her youngest son’s 3 1/2 year battle with cancer, and her own diagnosis two years into her son’s struggle, the Lord allowed her to continue to not only persevere through daily life in a busy household and care for her ailing son, […]

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Spiders!

Speaker: Mike Snavely While most people’s negative reaction to spiders is understandable, those willing to suspend their disgust long enough for a closer look will discover a hidden world of incredible design! Not only do spiders benefit us by consuming massive quantities of insect pests, they do so using ingenious tactics. Some hunt and pounce, […]

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From Diapers To Diplomas: Secrets to Starting Strong and Finishing with Joy

Speaker: Heidi St. John Homeschooling is a marathon- not a sprint. Too many start at a sprinter’s pace, burn out quickly and stagger hopelessly toward the finish line. Veteran homeschool mom of seven, Heidi St John knows what it takes to “run the race with perseverance keeping our eyes on Jesus.” Learn how to start […]

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How do I Raise my Son to be a True Gentleman and Make Sure my Daughter Knows how to Find One?

Speaker: Monica Irvine Imagine what it will feel like, as you watch your son, even while he is young, be an example to those around him of what a true gentleman looks like, acts like and is. His focus is on others. He notices without effort when someone near him is in need, and then […]

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Finding Lasting Financial Peace

Speaker: Scott LaPierre Wish you had more money? Do finances often stress you out and cause marital issues? Do you want to learn how to best use the money you have? Come listen to the author of Your Finances God’s Way, Scott LaPierre, as he gives you many practical and biblical insights so you can […]

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The Watchman of Your House

Speaker: Steve Blackston Watchmen are discussed throughout the Bible and used in great ways. They had to remain awake and alert for approaching enemies and warn of impending attack and give those who dwelt outside the walls an opportunity to seek protection and time to secure the gates and man the defenses. The dad is […]

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Are Your Children Prepared? Prayer and Persecution

Speaker: Katy Hardwick Smith Together we’ll discuss ways to strengthen our children’s faith through prayer and knowledge of the persecuted church through resources from Voice of the Martyrs. We’ll discuss how heroes of the faith can strengthen and equip our children. By understanding the current persecution crisis around the world, we can help set our […]

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Scripture Memory Solutions for Busy Homeschool Moms

Speaker: Dakota Lynch You’re busy. In fact, you’re probably so busy that adding Scripture memory to your daily routine sounds impossible. In this workshop, we’ll explore how to make Scripture memorization an enjoyable and manageable part of your homeschool. Listen Now

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Let’s Move & Groove: Fun, Kinesthetic Activities That Increase English Mastery in Elementary Schools

Speaker: Dr. Wanda Phillips “Learn fun, kinesthetic activities, a component of English mastery, using motions, songs, etc., in this “Move and Groove” seminar (for those teaching elementary and middle school students). Participate in active, memorable, and “do and say” strategies and ideas that give children the power to learn up to 90% faster. Play “Verb […]

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What is Waiting for Christian Students at the Public University?

Speaker: Renton Rathbun There have been many news articles about unrest and political activism in the public university. There have also been many stories of students leaving the faith after attending public universities. What are Christian homeschoolers in for when they embark on attending such a place? As a former public college/university professor, I will […]

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Building Sibling Relationships

Speaker: Sheri Seligson One big parenting challenge we face involves fostering relationships between our children. We want them to be close, but those dreams can be hard to imagine amidst the continuous assertions of “Not me. HE did it!” In this workshop, Sherri shares 6 key ways she used (some accidentally) to navigate sibling relationships […]

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How to Write a Hero’s Journey Story

Speaker: Bryan Davis This is a writing workshop in which I describe the nuts and bolts of building a hero’s journey story, which is the most popular story structure for young readers and writers. I give examples from currently published novels and analyze why these stories work. I also have an interactive time with the […]

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Discipline: Get Your Kids to Listen the First Time

Speaker: Kirk Martin Instead of being drawn into power struggles, yelling and giving meaningless consequences, Kirk will show you 10 ways to discipline with dignity so kids listen to, respect, and trust you. – Stop the whining, complaining and tantrums. – Get kids to listen when they are loud in the car or interrupt on […]

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Understanding the Temperaments (And Their Blends)

Speaker: Catherine Zoller “Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it” (Prov. 22:6) has often been misunderstood as assuring parents of prodigals that they will return to the Lord. However, the verse is more properly translated, “Train….according to their bent, or in […]

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Creating A Grateful Home: Way Beyond Please and Thank You!

Speaker: David Nunnery Gratitude is so powerful in the heart of a believer. It will transform your home, your heart, and your mind. It will improve your platform for teaching, heal your marriage, and so much more. Listen Now

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Virtuous Education: How to Integrate Virtue and Character Formation into Any Program

Speaker: Dr. Thomas McCuddy Parents desire for their children to become good people, yet we spend the majority of time informing them rather than transforming them. In this talk, we will learn about the classic Christian virtues as well as how to bring virtues to the forefront of the education process so that we can […]

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ADHD And Behavior

Speaker: Angel Ogden We will discuss the root cause of ADHD, how it can affect behavior and learning, and what’s really happening in your child’s brain. Helpful tips for your home classroom and handouts included! Listen Now

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How Do We Address the Topic of Evolution?

Speaker: Cathryn Sterling Darwinian evolution is one of the most damaging ideas that threatens our children’s faith. It can be intimidating to address in our homeschooling, but it is possible to teach our children how to combat this idea. Listen Now

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Helping Mom Craft a Creative and Thoughtfully Designed Curriculum

Speaker: Julia Nalle Is your head spinning with all the homeschooling lingo? Charlotte Mason. Classical. Unschooling. Traditional. Come discover why one style does not have to fit all. Depending upon your child’s bent, age, grade, learning challenges or interests, mom can a la carte with purpose. Julia Nalle shares from teaching her own children and […]

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Worldschooling: Taking the Show on the Road

Speaker: Amber Johnston Traveling abroad is a dream that many families share but figuring out how to traverse across the continents (or even the next state over) with children in tow while homeschooling can feel overwhelming and even impossible. In this session, we’ll discuss what learning away from home entails and how regular everyday families […]

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To Grade or Not to Grade – A Practical Look at Grades in Homeschool

Speaker: Linda Lacour Hobar Shaped by our personality types, grades have the power to motivate some and destroy others! So, how do you decide when to grade or not to grade in a homeschool setting? Join Linda Lacour Hobar, author of The Mystery of History, and a veteran homeschool mom, for theories on grade keeping, […]

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Remain Steadfast During High School

Speaker: Connie Albers Your teen is changing, and they need you to stay the course through the most critical years of your homeschooling journey? While they struggle to figure out life, your steadiness helps them navigate the adulting process with less stress and great confidence. When you understand how to navigate the high school years, […]

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8 Laws Every Tennessee Parent Should Know

Speaker: Bradley Pierce Can a social worker come into your home without a warrant? How old does your child have to be to leave them home alone? Part of protecting your parental rights is being informed on the laws in your state. Come learn eight laws that every [replace this with the state where the […]

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The Charlotte Mason Approach – An Introduction

Speaker: Dr. Sandi Queen What is a “living book?” How can “copywork” really be that effective?” “How do I fit nature study into our day – and why do I want to?” “What about math, language arts, and other ‘core’ subjects?” Dr. Sandi Queen, award winning author of over 400 books for Charlotte Mason style […]

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The Underground History of Education

Speaker: Robyn van Eck With a tip of the hat to the late, great John Taylor Gatto, what is the true history of education, the story you’ve never been told? Do we really owe all we know about education to John Dewey and the ancient Greeks? Learn how we ended up where we are today, […]

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Hope for the Overwhelmed Homeschool Parents

Speaker: Terrie McKee Are you overwhelmed with all.the.things? Homeschool, home, therapies, marriage, cleaning, planning, trying to fit some Bible in there too–it’s a never-ending cycle. It doesn’t have to be this way, though. In this practical, biblical session, Terrie McKee will examine how biblical characters handled stress and overwhelming situations. Participants will learn how to […]

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Incredible Evidence of a Worldwide Flood

Speaker: Kevin Conover If there really was a Noah’s Flood, what kind of evidence would we expect to find? Explore evidence from all over the world that the flood recorded in the Bible was a real historical event. From geological formations that could only have been formed by massive amounts of water, to marine fossil […]

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Introduction to Electronics – Hands On Best Practices for introducing a STEM based technology program into your curriculum

Speaker: Jason Lukawitz Although electronics can seem daunting, this session will introduce you to some best practices that you can use in your own classroom to implement a technology based program that you and your children can work at and learn together. During the session you will be hands on building a small project that […]

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The Hidden Gift of Homeschooling with Chronic Illness

Speaker: Aimee Smith Have you wondered if you should quit homeschooling because of your illness or other chronic problem? Homeschooling is hard, but homeschooling with chronic illness can feel downright impossible. In the midst of the struggle, however, a hidden gift exists. This gift will help you do more than merely survive. Your struggle might […]

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Raising Godly Kids

Speaker: Tricia Goyer Learn the “9 Principles of Influence” that will transform your parenting. Too often, we stress over the small stuff and miss the more important priorities of raising godly kids. Be inspired to parent well from YOUR strengths in YOUR daily life. Listen Now

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Managing Interruptions in the Homeschool Day

Speaker: Eujeana Chism Managing interruptions can be overwhelming. We will discuss ways to prepare for those unforeseen interruptions during the homeschool day. We will also discuss scheduling, along with organizing and building an environment that keeps outside interruptions at bay. We will talk about what to do with lesson plans when interruptions seem to be […]

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Parenting in the Digital Age

Speaker: Katy Morgan Do your children throw a fit if you take away the phone, tablet, or TV? Do you find that they tune you out because they are so engrossed in their devices? Are your teens anxious without their devices in hand? Do you find it difficult to limit your kids’ technology use because…well, […]

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College Tools Simplified

Speaker: Matthew Bullington The number of standardized exam and expedited credit options has grown dramatically over the past several years. It can be overwhelming to determine what tools you should be utilizing (and when). In this workshop we’ll categorize and simplify the different options your teen has when it comes to standardized exams and college […]

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Creating Servants at any Age

Speaker: Barry PettyJohn As our days zoom on by, and the world around us seems to be more chaotic, there is one constant that remains – Our children need us! No, not just for food, shelter, and clothing. They need us for the Milk and the Meat! Join me for this exciting walk through ways […]

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Raising Godly Boys: The Four-Step Proven Process for Growing Boys into Godly Men

Speaker: Mark Hancock Boys are in trouble. Hear Mark Hancock, Homeschool Dad, Mental Health Counselor, and CEO of Trail Life USA talk about proven processes for helping to pull boys out of the cultural mire that seems to want to declare them deficient. If you have a boy in your home or are leading boys, […]

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How to Raise Motivated Learners

Speaker: Dollie Freeman Discover the key to motivating your children, regardless of the subject, tasks, or requirement that will empower them to willingly take ownership of what is asked of them, even if they find it difficult or challenging in the beginning. Listen Now

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Hearing and Understanding God’s Call on Your Life

Speaker: Dr. Jeff Myers “Follow your dreams.” “Discover your passion.” “Take some time to find yourself.” The culture is full of hideous advice such as this that makes it harder, not easier, to find a sense of calling in life. We’ll examine the idea of “vocation” (from the Latin Vocare, “to call”) to discover those […]

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Overcoming Learning Challenges

Speaker: Shanon Gygi We will dive into WHY your child may be struggling with learning and behavior, and how strengthening brain connectivity can help them overcome their struggles, not just cope with symptoms. We will also share some interventions and tips that can be helpful in your home classroom. Listen Now

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The History of Football

Speaker: Cole Regitz Most Christians have heard of the Roman Road, but what was it like to walk the roads in Rome? Join us as we explore Roman gladiators and do a side by side parallel of America’s most influential game. Did you know the Roman gladiator games were so popular that large arenas held […]

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Post-Pandemic Parenting and Homeschooling

Speaker: Hal and Melanie Young Working from home, learning from home, spending more time with the family – pandemic policies shouldn’t affect homeschoolers that much, right? WRONG – many of our own kids are struggling with social anxiety, depression, and declining mental health, in ways we didn’t expect! Meanwhile, more families are homeschooling and the […]

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Make Learning Fun! Teach the Most Effective and Efficient Way for the Brain

Speaker: Linda Kane The most important aspect of learning is the brain! You will gain insightful techniques for teaching math, reading, spelling, and penmanship. Homeschooling families often agonize over what curriculum to use. Trying to teach to your child’s learning style will LIMIT them. The goal is to make every child an effective learner in […]

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Raising Godly Girls in a Post-Christian America

Speaker: Patti Garibay By coming alongside churches and Christian schools across the country, American Heritage Girls is transforming the hearts and minds of girls ages 5 to 18, their parents, and the communities in which they live. With much success in raising Godly women under our belt, AHG was excited to launch the Raising Godly […]

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Refocus on Marriage–(For Ladies Only!)

Speaker: Leslie Nunnery The world is full of messaging that breeds discontent— your finances are not enough, your opportunities are not enough, your marriage is not enough, etc. Instagram and Facebook absolutely breed that discontent and encourage us to lean into it and feast on it. So, it’s time to refocus our hearts and minds […]

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Reaching the Heart of Your Child

Speaker: Ginger Hubbard Based on Ginger’s best-selling book, Don’t Make Me Count to Three! There is far more to parenting than getting children to “act” right. We have to get them to “think” right and to be motivated out of a love of virtue rather than a fear of punishment. Ginger equips parents to reach […]

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The Biblical Basis for Parental Rights

Speaker: Israel Wayne Who owns the children? Does the state have a compelling interest in your child’s education? What are your rights as a homeschooling parent? What does the Bible teach about parental rights vs. the control of the State? Develop a Biblical theology of parental rights. Listen Now

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Uncover Your Child’s Inner Genius: 5 Tips to Bring Out Their Best

Speaker: Antoinette Lagrossa Do you want your child to love learning and bring out their maximum potential? These five tips that will help you bring the best out of your child. Listen Now

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Help! Can’t That Child Hear Me? Auditory Processing Disorder

Speaker: Dr. Rebecka Spencer This Auditory Processing workshop is sure to answer your lingering questions as to why your struggling learner seems to consistently leave tasks unfulfilled or demonstrate a hearing issue. After completing this session, the busy home school mom/teacher will not only understand the WHY behind Auditory Processing Disorders, but also have all […]

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Equipping for Cultural Engagement: How to Turn (Scary) Conversations into Discipleship Opportunities

Speaker: Kelsey Reed Raising children in the Age of Information presents challenges like none other. Throw adolescence into the mix and the stakes immediately rise. This pivotal moment in discipleship deserves care and attention – not to mention well-honed tools. Whether you are a parent of teens or getting ready for that developmental stage in […]

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Becoming a Warrior for Christ

Speaker: Carl Willis In this session Carl will reveal the keys to becoming a warrior for Christ. Every Man A Warrior teaches men how to walk with God, succeed in life and spiritually multiply. Carl will go over the four book curriculum that is used by small groups to accomplish this. Book 1 teaches a […]

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Ten Great Adventures from World History

Speaker: Solomon Schmidt Join 18-year-old published author, Solomon Schmidt, as he tells the remarkable stories of ten amazing voyages, journeys, and expeditions from history. Come learn about some of the most daring and courageous people who ever lived, as they journeyed into the most dangerous environments on earth, from the lonesome expanse of the Pacific […]

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Strong Marriages for Healthy, Homeschooling Environments

Speaker: Scott LaPierre Homeschooling children can flourish when parents have strong, healthy marriages. Conversely, children suffer when there’s conflict between Mom and Dad. Learn how parents can have relationships that allow children to prosper, not just academically, but emotionally and spiritually. Listen Now

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