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Let’s Move & Groove: Fun, Kinesthetic Activities That Increase English Mastery in Elementary Schools

Speaker: Dr. Wanda Phillips “Learn fun, kinesthetic activities, a component of English mastery, using motions, songs, etc., in this “Move and Groove” seminar (for those teaching elementary and middle school students). Participate in active, memorable, and “do and say” strategies and ideas that give children the power to learn up to 90% faster. Play “Verb […]

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Let’s Move & Groove: Fun, Kinesthetic Activities That Increase English Mastery in Elementary Schools

Speaker: Dr. Wanda Phillips “Learn fun, kinesthetic activities, a component of English mastery, using motions, songs, etc., in this “Move and Groove” seminar (for those teaching elementary and middle school students). Participate in active, memorable, and “do and say” strategies and ideas that give children the power to learn up to 90% faster. Play “Verb […]

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Elementary Science Lab Demo

Speaker: Megan Hutson Stressed out trying to balance schooling, extra-curriculars, home life, church, and a zillion other things? One of the best ways to help your elementary aged children get excited about science is to get their hands messy and try experiments! In this workshop we will walk through experiments involving gravity, states of matter, […]

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Teaching Several Grades at Once

Teaching several grade levels all together can seem daunting. However, what might at first appear to be overwhelming can be turned into an asset in your homeschool. Let’s look together at planning ahead, group teaching, leading older children in sharing knowledge (and boundaries for this approach), and ideas that bring the family together.

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Building a Solid Math Foundation

Who is going to build a house by starting with the walls? Without a solid foundation, those walls
may hold up for a bit but eventually will come crashing down. Math is a lot like building a house.
We need to start with a strong foundation and build up from there. It doesn’t have to be hard!
Come and see how easy it is to teach math.

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The Transformative Power of Reading for the Central One Idea

This talk, geared toward students and teachers of literature, can dramatically change the way you read literature. Reading for the Central One Idea gives purpose and direction to your reading, opening the way for a more illuminating and sophisticated interaction with the text

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A Curriculum Tune Up Subject Specific Learning

Speaker: Heather LaurieWhat kind of curriculum works best for you and your family? With so many options available, where do you start? Heather Laurie address this issue and provides clear direction when picking what is best for your children and family!  (more…)

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The 6 Simple Steps to Ending Music Practice Gripes

Discover how to get more practice out of less time, without begging and bribing your child. Routines are always easier with hard skills such as math or English, one may believe. When the Gospel is injected into a homeschooling sessions, one discovers inspiration to learn and inclusion of one’s children intrinsically follows. Learn how infectious joy can become be the creative spark for violin or other fretless instruments… to be practiced well and without complaint. Get encouraging takeaways and get ready to immediately apply at home!

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Teach Math to a Child with Learning Challenges

Teaching is not for the faint of heart. Mix in a child with learning challenges and you may end up becoming very discouraged, and possibly, ready to throw in the towel. Be encouraged, you are NOT alone. Whether your child has been diagnosed with a learning challenge or simply doesn’t “get”? math, come to this workshop to learn some teaching strategies and techniques. Help your child overcome those learning challenges and succeed in math.

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