Speaker: Trudie Schar Join Trudie, 365 Community Director, to learn how to get the most out your 365 membership. She will share the vision behind the community and teach you about each resource included in your membership: the app, recording archives, monthly mom’s night, weekly videos, retreats, and community groups. 365 works best when you […]
Do you ever wonder how you could encourage your friends more? Do you feel like you need more ideas on how to be a good friend… or perhaps you need to know how to find friends first?! 😉 Sarah joined us on The Real Moms show to talk about all things friendship. In this episode […]
Cheryl shared her own story of experiencing the winter blues, the prescription a doctor gave her and how practical it really was (spoiler… it didn’t have any medication included! 😉 ) In addition to a lot of practical insight, Cheryl will also walk through scriptures that highlight the importance and power of community. This conversation […]
Speaker: Heather Walton You’ve decided to homeschool, but does that mean you have to do all of the teaching? You may have a struggling learner or a child who craves social time. You may want community! Or you may be a church leader who wants to support homeschooling families. Learn about how co-ops, cottage schools, […]
Are you ready for a change? There are many reasons to participate in co-ops while homeschooling and this workshop will help you develop a vision, organize a co-op, and get excited about reaping the many benefits of homeschooling co-op style! Not only will your children look forward to co-op days, so will the parents! Sharing the workload makes it less stressful on the parents. Creating a safe and friendly audience for your students to learn, practice, and hone their public speaking skills is a must if we are to raise children who are able to articulate their faith! What better way to help our students mature than to place them in a classroom setting with break-out sessions and opportunities for debate and discussion of controversial issues? And, if your co-op includes students of all ages, allowing the older students to become the teachers adds even more to the co-op experience.
The next few months will be filled with excitement for all as there are ample things to celebrate, people to visit with, gifts to give, and love to share. As we prepare to enter this often busy season, let’s all take a few minutes to think of ways we can help our children learn the value of focusing on others during this time of year, rather then on themselves.
Opening our home is an amazing way to enrich our families and our homeschools and to serve others– even when the idea of doing so may seem completely overwhelming with everything that’s going on. This week, get inspired to be a hospitable homeschooler, and get some great ideas for how to do that and just how much of a blessing it will turn out to be.