Speaker: Damon Evans Do you have a creative child? Do you worry about his or her future? Do you feel ill-equipped to guide your budding artist? Filmmaker Damon Evans shares fascinating discoveries about creative kids and how the arts prepare students to be successful adults. You will learn how to nurture artistic gifts in your […]
Speaker: Beth Herrild Are you intimidated by the thought of teaching art to your children? You don’t have to be a great artist to do art with your kids. Learn easy ways to become more confident and encourage your child to be more creative and think outside the box! Creating art with your child enhances […]
For many homeschool families, arts and crafts get phased out and eventually ignored as children move beyond kindergarten. Most children love creative arts and crafts, whereas many find learning math to be not-so-motivating. Math time can be so much more than writing the solutions to problems. Join author and veteran homeschool mom, Carlita Boyles, as she unpacks creative, exciting ways to mix math and fun. Combining the techniques acquired during years of teaching Special Education with her experiences homeschooling her own children, Carlita’s talk includes demonstrations, take-away craft ideas, and even a chance to make a project yourself. Let her provide you with engaging ways to integrate math with arts and crafts focused at a variety of interest and skill levels:? and come away with a new practical way of looking at teaching math. Your kids won’t want you to miss this workshop!
Speaker Sally Clarkson shares how to be intentional with your children. Finding the interests of your children and exposing them to different outlets to strengthen their interests and gifts. Listen Now
We’re right in the middle of winter, and as a result, we’re indoors…a lot. Are there creative ways to make learning fun during this season and break up the mundane for ourselves? Let’s chat about that. Bring your creative juices, because this week we’ll explore fun ideas to incorporate in our learning.
Why is art vitally important in the development of our child’s education? It’s a tool that promotes creativity in solving life problems and growth intellectually. By working their way through art projects, students learn wise decision-making, creative strategies, and the importance of completing a task. Whether your child is artistic or not, you will understand why art is such a vital tool in their personal development.
It is always important to focus on your marriage, but in the busy Christmas season, it is especially easy to lose that focus as you are busily serving others. This week, we will talk about that and share some easy, economical, and fun gift ideas to show your spouse that they you still think they are the bees knees.
Home education is as much about the heart as it is the mind. This is a great time to purposely present your children with service opportunities to help them to start thinking outside of themselves, and we will discuss some different ideas to get your creative juices flowing!
This time of year lends itself in big ways to engaging others in your homeschool. Whether these individuals have been very supportive, lukewarm, or downright hostile to the path God has called you to walk, finding meaningful and creative ways to engage them in what you are doing is a great way to make them more excited about your homeschool efforts.
In this video, we will take a look at those mid-semester blues that tends to strike us all and discuss 5 strategies for breaking through them.
In November, many of us suffer from what we refer to as “Mid-semester blues.” We’re going to talk about that – as well as some creative ways to approach the holidays in your homeschool, engage others in your homeschool, and encourage your children to begin to cultivate a heart of service. Make sure you check back each week, so you don’t miss a single conversation!