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!

Top Homeschool Curriculums - Voted by YOU!

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!

Teach Them Diligently compiled these survey results into our Homeschool Family Favorites Guide for 2019 – and we’re excited to offer it to you for FREE! 

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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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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 and […]

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The Titus 2 Woman – Is She Relevant for Today?

Speaker: Lisa Schmidt In the book of Titus, Paul instructs Titus about what to teach the older men of the church. He tells us that the older men are to then teach the younger men and the older women of the church. Based on what they learned from the older men, the older women are […]

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How Studying Science Reveals God’s Character and Our Purpose

Speaker: Sherri Seligson In the same way that a painter’s style and character are revealed in his paintings, we can see glimpses of God’s character in his Creation. The Bible mentions that He is light and living water. And as we study light and water, we understand his magnitude Him more clearly. Studying salt, darkness […]

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Change: Teach Them Don’t Tell Them

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch Are you frustrated because your children won’t change or don’t seem able to change in ways you want them to? Dr. Kathy will help you understand several subtle attitudes and habits that make change difficult so you can determine which ones are relevant and how to decrease their effects. Then learn […]

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Getting Started: OH Homeschool Regulations and Notification

Speaker: Debbie Gibson If you are a new homeschooler, a relatively new homeschooler, or a prospective a homeschooler, this session will make you confident in understanding Ohio’s regulations and sending your notification. We’ll walk through the regulations and notification process step-by-step. Forms for notification will be provided to attendees. Listen Now Favorite

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The Most Powerful Words You Can Say

Speaker: Norm Wakefield Do you know what the most powerful words are that you can say to your children? God said them to all of the Hebrew fathers. Then He said them repeatedly through His Son to His disciples. These words will encourage your hearts and fill you with faith as you homeschool and disciple […]

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The Biblical Model of Friendship

Speaker: Cecelia Schmidt Do you desire to be a better friend? Are you finding it difficult to forgive someone who has hurt you? Do you struggle with trusting God when friends fail you? Is communication a challenge? If your answer to any of these questions is “yes,” then this workshop is for you! In this […]

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Biblical Entrepreneurship

Speaker: David Nunnery In 2008, the world witnessed a significant milestone. In our ever-changing world, more people officially live in urban areas than rural areas. The 20th Century experienced a tenfold increase in the population of urban areas across the world, while the world’s mission force has stayed relatively static the past several decades. In […]

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The Way You Pray Wil Change The Way You Parent… and How You Live

Speaker: Leslie Nunnery Are you strategic in the way you pray for your children? For your husband? For yourself? Let’s look together at how God will fundamentally change the way you approach parenting, marriage, and every other area of your life through the way you pray. Then, we will all spend some time praying together […]

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Responding Biblically to Conflict

Speaker: Lisa Schmidt Marital conflict began with Adam and Eve in the Garden. Neither of them was willing to take responsibility for their own personal sin and instead blamed someone else for it. Not surprisingly, we still do the same thing today. We blame our spouse, our children, our parents, our past, our circumstances and […]

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Technology’s Influence Over Children’s Beliefs and Behaviors

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch Understand how technology is influencing children’s beliefs and behaviors (and ours). Learn how technology is the root of some of your biggest concerns (e.g., your children’s complaining, expectations, inability to know what to do after graduation). Discover the five big lies technology is causing especially young people to believe and communication […]

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Why you need to know history in a changing landscape of politics

Speaker: Marc Hays How do cultural norms change when its citizens forgot their culture’s history? When a nation’s people abandon their historical past, that nation begins to fall apart. However, not all hope is lost. By remembering history and resuming cultural norms forgotten to the past, there is always hope for a brighter future. Come […]

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Raising our Boys to be True Gentlemen and Being an Example for our Daughters

Speaker: Monica Irvine Imagine what it will feels like, as you watch your son, even while they are 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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What’s a Mom to Do with Sons?

Speaker: Norm Wakefield Blossoming young men can be very challenging to a mother. What’s a mom to do with her son’s seeming disrespect? How should she correct him? Does there come a time when a mom can no longer tell her son what to do? Wives have similar questions about relating to their husbands. What’s […]

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Learn How to Meet Your Children’s Needs

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch Children have five legitimate needs that drive their wants, choices, actions, and attitudes. (You have the same five needs.) When God meets their needs, children will be whole, emotionally well, content, and so much more. Learn how to parent so their needs are met in God and other healthy ways. You’ll […]

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Am I Ruining My Children? What I Wish I Knew As a New Homeschool Mom

Speaker: Sherri Seligson Let’s face it. At one time or another we all feel that by homeschooling our children, they are missing out on “something.” Yet these worries come because we are living in the moment and can’t see the big picture. After all, we’re pretty sure the 7th grader down the street is up […]

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A Woman Woven on Purpose; Discovering God’s Calling on our Life

Speaker: Trudie Schar Do you ever wonder if you have purpose? Or maybe what your purpose is? Why did God put you here? And is being a homeschool mom enough? In this interactive workshop Trudie will share a process she goes through to live more intentional. Digging into how God made us, the circumstances we’ve […]

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Table Manners Essentials for the Whole Family

Speaker: Monica Irvine Let’s imagine…your children chew with their mouths closed, don’t make weird noises at the table, never announce what they don’t like at the table, sit still and respectfully while eating, show sincere gratitude each and every time they are served a meal, allow their elders to go first, never forget to ask […]

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How to Find the Library Books and Keep Your Sanity

Speaker: Melissa Romero We all deal with a lot of Chaos. Homeschooling adds clutter, having children home all day creates dishes and makes more food prep. Laundry, cleaning, and finding missing library books keeps us busy. Add all the extras, ballet, piano, 4-h, sports, drama, coops – our lives can be so full. We wonder […]

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Resiliency Rescues: Helping Children Break Bad Habits

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch Do your children repeat unhealthy choices? Are they not changing their behaviors? Their mindset matters. How can we help them believe truth and change their mindset so their behaviors change? They need to develop resiliency – the choice and ability to make changes and to try something new. Learn how to […]

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The Power of Words for Our Children: Edifying and Terrifying

Speaker: Sherri Seligson Our world is filled with words. Whether we are reading them, writing them, or instructing with them, they are our tools to build stories, create emotions, and make connections. Yet we need to be aware that words have the power to build up others as well as to tear them down, especially […]

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Determining and Managing Priorities

Speaker: Jeff Reep This practical session will cover the importance of determining your priorities and then managing those priorities. We each have the same 168 hours per week. The question is how we are using this time. We’ll discuss some practical tips that could be helpful in maximizing the minutes of each day to accomplish […]

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Live to Love with Jesus: Experience Freedom and Joy in Parenting

Speaker: Norm Wakefield We all know we are supposed to love our spouses and our children, but that’s much easier said than done. Norm provides insight into the hindrances to the flow of love and the secret to loving with Jesus that results in freedom and joy. Listen Now Favorite

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Schedules…Helping Our Children to be Happy

Speaker: Monica Irvine Imagine your children waking up with an alarm clock, making their bed, completing their morning hygiene duties, saying their morning personal prayer, completing their morning chores without any verbal reminder from you? Imagine your family having the time for family devotion, family projects, family fun time, one-on-one time with each child, date […]

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The Highly Sensitive Homeshool Family

Speaker: Heather Underhill Those with a Highly Sensitive Personality trait view the world through different lenses. In a homeschooling family with one or more highly sensitive people, extra doses of grace and love must be extended daily. In this workshop, my teenage son, Noah and I will give you an overview of what it means […]

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8 Great Smarts: Discovering and Using Your Child’s Intelligences

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch All children have eight intelligences that can be awakened, strengthened, and used when learning anything. Each intelligence will be explained so you can determine which ones are strengths for your children and how to teach with them. You’ll also learn how children might be getting into trouble through their greatest strengths […]

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The Power of Humility in Parenting

Speaker: Norm Wakefield When parents display humility, their children are attracted not only to them, but to Christ. You’ll be encouraged as you see the power of humility in the lives of Jesus Christ and the Apostle Paul. You’ll learn how you can grow in humility and add tremendous value to your relationship with your […]

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Only You Can Do It! Becoming The Mom (or Dad) You Want Your Children To Have.

Speaker: Leslie Nunnery Whether by birth or by choice, you are called to love your children deeply and to teach them diligently—and that specific privilege of being their mom and dad is reserved for you alone! During this hour, we’ll explore how you can become the mom or dad you really want your children to […]

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Nature is the Best Science Classroom

Speaker: Sherri Seligson Have you ever taken a walk outside with a three-year-old? It can take forever as each leaf needs to be examined, acorns need to be gathered, and flowers need to be smelled. This is not just because your child is stalling before naptime. The outdoors is one of the best environments to […]

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Dual Enrollment: When, Where, Why and How?

Speaker: Shellie Doub There’s a national trend for students to take college classes while still in high school at increasingly younger ages. This presentation will provide an overview of how parents can know if their child is “college ready” and what students should consider before enrolling in a dual credit course. Listen Now Favorite

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Starting Out the Year Ahead

Speaker: Melissa Romero Planning your year in advance does not have to be a daunting task. Melissa will walk you through the step by step process of planning your whole homeschool year before it begins. She will share tips based on your personality type and give you ideas for establishing routines. You will be inspired […]

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From Boys to Men: The Goal is Not Well Behaved Children but Godly Adults

Speaker: Jeff Reep You will hear a Biblical perspective on parenting, firmly rooted in the belief that God gives instruction in Scripture and the Holy Spirit empowers parents by His grace to carry out the instructions. After raising 5 boys to men and investing 26 consecutive years of homeschooling, you’ll learn 2 keys for successful […]

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Created To Be

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch As Dr. Kathy shares her story, you’ll be able to see yours more clearly. Why were you created? What about your children? Who are they and who are they becoming? You and your children will be inspired by Chatty Kathy’s too-tall, spelling-is-challenging, low-voice reality and how it’s God’s perfect design for […]

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Choosing a Major/College/Career: It’s Better to Get It Right Than Fast

Speaker: Jeff Reep In light of the fact that 66% of college students change their majors more than once and on the day of graduation 40% of college graduates wish they had a different major, it’s important to start early and take this decision seriously. Individuals often make decisions without much thought and with limited […]

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Six Critical Ways to Build Sibling Relationships

Speaker: Sherri Seligson One of the most challenging things about being a parent is to help our children build relationships with one another. We want our children to be close and grow up as friends, but those dreams can be hard to imagine amidst the toddler screaming “Mine! Mine!” and the continuous assertions of “Not […]

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For The Heart of Your Homeschool

Speaker: Leslie Nunnery Homeschooling is a great thing. It provides the finest quality, tailored education your children can have, and it gives you the opportunity to build relationships, explore the world together, and so much more. But, homeschooling is not an end in itself. Rather, homeschooling is a fantastic tool for discipleship and growth. In […]

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Teaching Your Kids To Be Independent Learners

Speaker: Wendy Mae Daughter of the King…Wife…Mother…Daughter… and at times employee… Many roles pull at your time – but homeschooling has been driven by your conviction. Is there a method that our children can learn independently allowing us the ability to survive the demands that at times life may place on us? It sounds ideal […]

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How to Write and Publish A Book

Speaker: Cecelia Schmidt Please join Cecelia Schmidt, homeschool senior and published author of three books, as she discusses the process for writing and publishing. She will explore the critical topics of character and plot development, proper syntax and diction, along with the editing and publishing processes. She hopes to encourage aspiring authors to develop their […]

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Life is Hard, Get Friends

Speaker: Trudie Schar Being a homeschool mom means we are alone with little people much of the week. It is a perfect opportunity for satan to come at us with feelings of discouragement, fear, and overwhelm. We have chosen the road less traveled, it is bound to be lonely — but we don’t have to […]

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Anchoring into Christ: The Solid Rock in the Storm

Speaker: Norm Wakefield Parenting and homeschooling have plenty of storms, don’t they? And if that weren’t enough, our nation and culture are in constant turmoil. How do you not let all of these things get to you? How do you stay steady, rooted, and anchored in the storms of life? Learn practical, biblical tools for […]

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Lies We Believe In Our Suffering

Speaker: Heather Underhill These last few years, I have been on a journey through ongoing pain issues that led me to dig deeper into what God says about pain and suffering. I realized suffering and struggles can cause us to believe lies that, if not recognized and replaced with truth, can lead to even deeper […]

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Responding Biblically to Guilt and Shame

Speaker: Lisa Schmidt Marital conflict began with Adam and Eve in the Garden. Neither of them was willing to take responsibility for their own personal sin and instead blamed someone else for it. Not surprisingly, we still do the same thing today. We blame our spouse, our children, our parents, our past, our circumstances and […]

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When You Aren’t Everyone Else’s Cup of Tea: When Your Choices Are Different and No One Seems to Understand

Speaker: Angel Lambert When others question, comment negatively, or even insult your choices, how do you react? How should you react? We will discuss some ideas that are presented to us in the bible, about the choices we make for the lifestyles we have chosen, not only regarding homeschooling but all aspects of life. Listen […]

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Getting Started: OH Homeschool Regulations and Notification

Speaker: Debbie Gibson If you are a new homeschooler, a relatively new homeschooler, or a prospective a homeschooler, this session will make you confident in understanding Ohio’s regulations and sending your notification. We’ll walk through the regulations and notification process step-by-step. Forms for notification will be provided to attendees. Listen Now Favorite

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Lessons from Esther: Peace in Times of Fear

Speaker: Heidi St. John In stressful situations, can you prayerfully wait for God’s direction and timing? Today we are surrounded by a culture that is opposed to the principles of God’s word. It’s easy to succumb to fear: “What if I miss something?” “I know I’m supposed to do this… but WHAT IF I ruin […]

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Unit Studies: How to use what your child WANTS to learn to teach what they NEED to learn

Speaker: Brandy Champeau Every child has a passion. Maybe its horses, dragons or Minecraft. This workshop will show you the steps I take to turn a single book, topic, or passion and craft a multi subject unit study. I will give you an actionable strategy for how to leverage you child’s individual interests to make […]

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What If You Could Use your Time in High School to Actually Learn a Foreign Language that Will Help You Become a Way More Successful Adult?

Speaker: Adelaide Olguin Does your teen roll their eyes at the thought of having to learn a foriegn language in order to graduate high school? I remember not being as excited about learning Spanish in high school as I was about making sure I got an A in class- even though I wasn’t actually speaking […]

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Leadership Lessons for Our Sons from George Washington, Robert E. Lee, and Winston Churchill

Speaker: Bill Potter Our children are the future of our country and the Church. They must be trained to stand in the day of battle, lead when others falter, and live lives that exemplify character, courage, and perseverance. We do not have to invent historical examples of such leaders, nor despair because such men are […]

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Cultivating God’s Purpose in Your Child’s Life

Speaker: Kate Battistelli Successful adults don’t happen by accident. It takes wisdom to raise your children with a strong sense of their destiny in God and a deep knowledge of their gifts and callings. Join Kate as she shares what she learned about parenting during the journey of raising her daughter, GRAMMY award winning recording […]

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“I’d Love To Help, but how?” Dads and Homeschooling

Speaker: Darren A. Jones In many homeschooling families, Mom is the day-to-day teacher with input and support from Dad, but it doesn’t have to be that way—and it often isn’t. What happens when Dad is more involved or even the primary educator (and not just for the seriously cool science experiments)? Navigating play dates, setting […]

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Influence vs. Control: How to Best Motivate Your Child

Speaker: Israel Wayne There is a careful tension that must be maintained between being your child’s authority figure and being their life coach. There is a necessary shift in approach that must take place as your children go through various stages of development. If this transition is not carefully managed, your parenting approach will likely […]

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Change: Teach Them Don’t Tell Them

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch Are you frustrated because your children won’t change or don’t seem able to change in ways you want them to? Dr. Kathy will help you understand several subtle attitudes and habits that make change difficult so you can determine which ones are relevant and how to decrease their effects. Then learn […]

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How Life Coaching Skills Can Help You Be A Better Homeschool Mom

Speaker: Jackie Mckennon Come learn and explore some of the impactful lessons of life coaching. Whether going through a personal struggle, a difficult season or looking to change things up a bit, working with a coach can help you achieve your goals and might actually change your life! This session will discuss some of the […]

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Culture Shock: How to Equip Your Kids to Thrive in a Post-Christian Era

Speaker: Heidi St. John Many parents are struggling to talk to their kids about the rapidly changing cultural landscape, and we often forget that God’s unchanging Word offers relevant answers to even our most challenging questions. It’s more important than ever to teach our children what God says about their worth, their sexuality and their […]

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Character Education: Homeschooling Kids with Character Everyday

Speaker: September McCarthy While pouring over our curriculum and scheduling all the necessary ingredients into our homeschool day, we often miss one of the most important parts to launching our arrows into the world. Character. September will share how character can be woven into the DNA of your homeschool day and life of your family. […]

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Simplifying College Prep

Speaker: Matthew Bullington There are a lot of options out there when it comes to college preparation. Do we dual enroll? Take the AP, CLEP, DSST? Is the PSAT necessary? How do I decide between the ACT/SAT? Should I take a gap year? If my child has no idea what he/she wants to do, should […]

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Schedules…Helping Our Children to be Happy

Speaker: Monica Irvine Imagine your children waking up with an alarm clock, making their bed, completing their morning hygiene duties, saying their morning personal prayer, completing their morning chores without any verbal reminder from you? Imagine your family having the time for family devotion, family projects, family fun time, one-on-one time with each child, date […]

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Help! I’m Homeschooling and I Have a Toddler Strapped to My Leg

Speaker: Jamie Erickson “Mom, Johnny’s drinking from the dog dish again!” Homeschooling with little ones under foot can often feel a bit like brushing your teeth while eating Oreos–a bit counterintuitive. But, the fact is, the foundation of homeschool is HOME and everyone in it, even the toddler who’s currently feeding Cheerios to the goldfish. […]

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Using Consequences Effectively

Speaker: Sonya Shafer We talk a lot about using consequences in habit-training and parenting, but what are they exactly and how are we supposed to use them? Join Sonya for a look at the natural consequences that Charlotte Mason mentioned, the principles behind them, and tips for using consequences effectively with your own children. Listen […]

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Focus Children’s Thinking to Increase Learning and Decrease Frustration

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch When children don’t focus or don’t know what to focus on they become frustrated and less motivated and so do you. Learn how to focus their thinking so they know what to think about, what to think with, and why. The practical and realistic planning model will increase learning and decrease […]

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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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R.E.A.L. L.I.F.E. Homeschooling

Speaker: Heidi St. John Let’s face it. Homeschooling is challenging. Sometimes it can feel like a major accomplishment just to take a shower and get the breakfast dishes cleaned up before dinner! Most homeschool moms feel the pressure of providing their children with a solid academic foundation ~ but there’s so much more to homeschooling […]

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Parenting Tweens and Pre-Teens

Speaker: Hal and Melanie Young The turmoil of the preteen years usually catches parents by surprise. Diligent students become addled and distracted. Kids raised in church start questioning the existence of God. Sweet children climb on an emotional rollercoaster – and invite you to join them. Don’t get a ticket for that ride! Resist the […]

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How to Parent without Provoking Children to Anger

Speaker: Ginger Hubbard Does your child have a comeback for everything you tell him to do or always try and get the last word, even if it’s mumbled under his breath? Does he become mad and lose control when you discipline him rather than repenting? Or does he seem indifferent, giving the impression that discipline […]

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Wonderful Ways with Wacky Words Words such as could, they’re, and through can drive a teaching parent and struggling learner crazy!

Speaker: Carol Hale Learn the difference between sight words and non-phonetic words. You’ll discover many active, no-cost, quick ways to not just read but spell these important words that make up at least 50 percent of all we read and write. Especially helpful for families with dyslexic students. I tutored a brilliant 7th grade dyslexic […]

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Homeschooling is a Journey, not a Destination

Speaker: Frederic Gray Deciding to homeschool is only the beginning of the journey. As you travel on your own personal homeschooling journey, you will face many detours, road blocks, flat tires, empty gas tanks, bad weather, and maybe a not-so-willing travel companion (or more). Don’t turn back! This talk will help you put gas back […]

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The Stricken Earth

Speaker: Mike Snavely The earth is wearing out just like the Bible said it would. The earth is undergoing changes that can be seen everywhere. Why do volcanoes erupt? Why are there earthquakes? Why do rocks fall from the sky? What are comets? Why are there unique weather patterns? Is the earth warming? If so, […]

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Graduating College Debt-Free and Early

Speaker: Samantha Shank Homeschool graduate Samantha Shank used the flexibility homeschooling offered to help her graduate from college debt-free and early, all while building a business. Learn the tips and tricks for earning college credits in high school, strategically developing a good schedule, and the memory technique Samantha used to study throughout college. Whether you […]

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All the Pieces Mom to Mom Panel

Speaker: Jamie Erickson, Kate Battistelli, September McCarthy There’s no better mom for your homeschool than you! But let’s be honest, it’s not always easy trying to combine home and school. The pieces don’t always fit very well and we need a little direction. We get it. We’re three generations of moms, co-hosts of the popular […]

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Pick Your Rabbit: The Habit of Attention

Speaker: Sonya Shafer In a world of distractions, we need to help our children learn how to give full attention intentionally and consistently. In this session, Sonya will describe how her perception of attention has been radically changed and share lots of practical ideas for cultivating a habit of attention—a habit that is crucial for […]

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Avoiding and Recovering from Homeschool Mistakes

Speaker: Israel Wayne Drawing from over 40 years of experience in the home-education movement, Israel will help you to avoid some of the top errors many parents make in the homeschooling process. The tips offered in this session can save you hundreds of dollars and perhaps years of regret from committing these costly errors. Listen […]

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Learn How to Meet Your Children’s Needs

Speaker: Kathy Koch Children have five legitimate needs that drive their wants, choices, actions, and attitudes. (You have the same five needs.) When God meets their needs, children will be whole, emotionally well, content, and so much more. Learn how to parent so their needs are met in God and other healthy ways. You’ll be […]

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Education: Does God Have an Opinion?

Speaker: Israel Wayne Is education a neutral subject? Does God have a preference for how He wants children to be educated? What does the Bible teach about schooling? Is there one correct path for education? Is public school a viable option for Christians? These questions and more will be discussed in this engaging presentation. Listen […]

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In Pursuit of Restful Homeschooling

Speaker: Aimee Smith A restful homeschool is birthed in the heart of a restful homeschool momma. This thought can bring discouragement to the best of homeschool moms. As you pursue a restful heart, do you feel like you’re filling a leaking cup? Perhaps you need to pursue a different type of rest. This session filled […]

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Why you need to know history in a changing landscape of politics

Speaker: Julie Melendez How do cultural norms change when its citizens forgot their culture’s history? When a nation’s people abandon their historical past, that nation begins to fall apart. However, not all hope is lost. By remembering history and resuming cultural norms forgotten to the past, there is always hope for a brighter future. Come […]

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Homeschooling with Purpose: From a Homeschool Graduate

Speaker: Samantha Shank Let’s be honest: we are faced with doubt constantly. Whether it is self-doubt or skepticism from others, we struggle to see if we are doing something that really matters. Is my homeschool truly making a difference? Are my kids REALLY learning? A former homeschool student, Samantha is a full time entrepreneur and […]

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Understanding the Needs of a Struggling Learner

Speaker: Sharon Fisher Parents know their children better than anyone else and can become well-equipped to make accommodations to meet the needs of their struggling learner. Let’s talk about nutrition, learning environment, teaching and learning materials and styles, and routine to help meet the needs of your special learner. Listen Now Favorite

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Raising our Boys to be True Gentlemen and Being an Example for our Daughters

Speaker: Monica Irvine Imagine what it will feels like, as you watch your son, even while they are 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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The Gideon Factor—The Greatest Gift You Can Give Your Homeschooled Children

Speaker: Frederic Gray While we get caught up in the day-to-day decisions of homeschooling, it may be easy to lose the big picture. Employing the Gideon Factor will help you crystallize your main objective in homeschooling, and will be the greatest gift you ever give your children. Whether you are a new or veteran home […]

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Homeschooling in a Changing World: Managing Your Expectations Versus Today’s Realities

Speaker: Jackie Mckennon Your kids are not growing up in the same world that you did. Today’s culture has dramatically shifted. Issues with sexuality, suicide and drugs have made their way into the homeschool world. Just homeschooling your children is no longer a guarantee that these problems won’t effect your children. Join us in a […]

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COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates, Other Medical Issues, and Your Parental Rights

Speaker: Bradley Pierce Politicians and bureaucrats across the country are getting ready to push a new vaccine on children, even when parents object. This could result in a tidal wave of attacks upon many homeschoolers across the country. As an experienced parental rights attorney, Heritage Defense attorney Bradley Pierce will discuss what parental rights challenges […]

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