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 […]
Speaker: Jennifer Pepito In this session, Jennifer will share ten lessons for overcoming fear taken from the books she read aloud to her children. Fear can rob the joy from our homeschool journey, but we can overcome by looking at noble characters in literature and applying the truth we learn from these examples to our […]
Speaker: Bryan Davis In this session, hear about how fantasy can inspire readers in their spiritual lives. Also, learn how to discern good, moral fantasy and identify destructive fantasy. This is a helpful talk for parents, teachers, and other adults who guide children. Listen Now
George Alfred Henty grew up in England during the reign of Queen Victoria, and was steeped in a Christian worldview from all parts of society. He was Cambridge educated, a military officer, a fantastic storyteller, and a Christian. Learn how to incorporate his 122 historically accurate novels into your homeschool curriculum, and learn history, Geography, Character, and proper English, just by reading or listening!
One of the most important things you can do for your child’s cognitive development is to read to them! Learn how to make literature come to life and learning fun.