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Learn to Read – Read to Learn: Why Comprehension Must Be Developed at Every Age

How can you help your child become a life-long reader? For young students to learn to read, combine a systematic approach to letter and sound relationships, word families, and spelling patterns with practicing and applying reading strategies. This emphasis on comprehension also encourages students to read to learn at an early age. As mastery increases, reading-strategy lessons help students to comprehend, recall, and analyze information in fiction, nonfiction, and content textbooks. Come learn how to foster a confident, fluent, discerning reader that can tackle the difficult, reading-heavy subjects of middle and high school.

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How to Juggle Homeschooling with Littles in the House

Tools for how to homeschool successfully with little ones in the home. Organization and encouraging tips for your littles to keep them engaged while you teach the older children. Listen Now

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Learning Through Play

Play is an important brain-building activity. Children, teens and adults all benefit from participating in play as it is an essential part of life and development. In this session, we will explore ways to incorporate play into your homeschool to unlock the power of this valuable learning tool. Come join us for a fun and engaging workshop!

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What is Tot School

Blogger of 1+1+1=1 explains simple tools to teach young children in a fun and engaging way! Early childhood learning insight to help parents keep young children’s lives fun and intentional. Listen Now

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Teaching Your Preschooler With Special Needs

This session addresses how to teach preschool children who have disabilities. Creator of Ready-Made Preschool, Kate Funk shows parents how they can successfully teach their children with disabilities. Listen Now

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Constitutional Principles in the Family

Homeschooling begins at birth! In fact, the most important homeschool years are from birth to five. Come learn how easy it is to teach your babies, toddlers and preschoolers. These critical, early years prepare children to become excellent learners.

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Following the Lead of Your Young Child

One+One+One=One Blogger Montessori based education for your little ones. Learning how to connect with your younger children and follow their lead in their education. Listen Now

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The Earliest Years

Tot School is all about exposing your young child to early learning skills at home in a fun and engaging way. It is NOT about teaching your toddler, it is all about exploring together through play. Learn the basic ideas behind the concept of Tot School, the goals and benefits for the family, how to include siblings, and more. Get practical ideas about how to get started, plan, and stay motivated.

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Theme-Based Learning in the Early Years

Lapbooking: a Beginner’s Guide

Lapbooking! It’s the current rage! Many children learn subject matter best using their hands. A Journey Through Learning has lapbooks for all subjects, including Bible, history, science, and preschool. They also have lapbooks that supplement many popular homeschooling programs, such as Jeannie Fulbright/Apologia Science, TruthQuest History, Geography Matters, Maestro Classics, A History of Us, and more. Nancy Fileccia, co-owner of A Journey Through Learning, shows you not only how to make a lapbook, but also how lapbooking can spark laughter and a hunger for learning in your schooling. She will also show how to use lapbooks with an assortment of top homeschooling programs. (This was originally presented as a vendor workshop, but the principles and ideas are helpful no matter how you get your lapbooks!)

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