Have your children asked you about learning computer programming but you haven’t found a family-safe Christian computer programming curriculum? Look no more! Join us for this enlightening session on learning computer programming at home, the easy way, using math, physics, and fun computer Bible games. Today, more than ever, students need to learn technology skills to prepare them for college or compete in this tech savvy world. Philip will demonstrate how easy it is for students to develop their own computer applications and computer Bible games using his award-winning self-study computer programming currciulum.
All too often the lessons are finished, the books read, and the frogs dissected, but what priority does the principal have? When does he have time with his favorite teacher? When is the last time there was a principal-teacher meeting (AKA date)? Standing by our husbands through this challenging lifestyle choice is often neglected. Come and remember the blessing of a properly prioritized homeschooling home.
Come enjoy a refreshing session of humor and encouragement, as Joe and Zan share candidly about the ups and downs of married life (including their biggest fight ever!), while focusing on the Biblical principles that have served as the unshakable foundation of their marriage. Understanding and embracing the magnificent, Biblical vision of marriage is the key to a vibrant relationship.
Our work as homeschooling mothers has tremendous eternal significance- we are truly building God’s Kingdom one family at a time. By developing strong families and rich relationships, helping our children discover their gifts and callings in life, and providing stimulating academics with a Biblical worldview, we are raising children, who, by God’s grace, can change the world for His glory.
Grandparents and parents– this workshop will present an amazing array of practical, creative, hands-on ideas to help grandparents deepen their relationships with their grandchildren (and give parents some much needed help!) by actively engaging the grandparents in the family’s home education adventure- whether they live locally or long-distance.
Every so often we need to stop and consider, eliminate the clutter, and focus on what’s most important in life.
Imran and Tami Razvi
Adopted children have higher emotional needs than children entering a family by birth. It is important that adoptive families, and those having contact with adopted children understand this.
Do you want a lifelong learner who initiates studies on his own? Then let go of the wheel, and start giving your kids responsibility for their education. Deb Bell shares practical, inexpensive steps that will encourage children to pursue their own learning and help prevent parent burnout.
By catching the imagination, we light the fuse of interest in history, heritage and literature.Through vivid connections with real heroes of legend, children connect with their ancestors and the past comes alive.
Homeschooling is serious business, and can certainly be a daunting task, to say the least. Our children are definitely worth the effort, but how can we be sure of success in preparing them for the future? Join us as we examine 7 basic premises which are prerequisite to effectively providing for our children’s education.
One of the absolute greatest gifts we can give our children is a schedule. Studies show that keeping our children on a schedule produces stability, calm, trust, discipline, and most importantly, happiness. Yes, we’re busy. Yes, we don’t want to be burdened down with trying to stay on schedule. But wait,- you’ve got to come and see and hear why scheduling gives us the freedom to have fun and accomplish great things. You will walk away from this workshop with wonderful ideas to implement into your family schedule.
Rumors About. Some purport that colleges love homeschoolers; others warn that you need to accredit. The truth is that there is a lot of misinformation in the homeschool community. Indeed, going from homeschool to college does involve jumping through some hoops. Jeannie Fulbright is here to share what some of those hoops are. Jeannie homeschooled her oldest child from start to finish, helping her garner early acceptance to the University of Georgia on scholarship, where she is now on the Dean’s List. As Jeannie navigated the open seas of college admissions, she learned what colleges want and how to make a homeschooler an appealing college applicant. From transcripts to portfolios to the application process and everything in between, the earlier you have this information, the easier it will be to sail through the hoops that’ll get your child into the college of their choice.