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Teach Your Child Music while Building Their Reading and Math Skills

This class will demonstrate practical hands-on methods for teaching music to your child, no matter what your musical ability is. The class will also show how music builds your child in 5 key areas, including cognitive, social, emotional, physical and musical.

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Over-kneaded

There are lessons to learn simply from making bread. This week, we’re going to talk about what it means to be over-kneaded by taking a closer look at the bread-making process.

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Reading: Am I Emphasizing the Right Things?

Does your son or daughter seem to be faltering in their efforts to learn to read? Is it the curriculum? Is it you? Based on current research, Kristen and her husband have designed this workshop to help parents better understand the most essential elements of the reading process, along with those critical ingredients that must be emphasized to produce a successful, capable reader.

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I Believe in Homeschooling

Most parents place a high value on the education they can give to their children. It prepares them for life and gives them hope for a happy future. In the old days, the three R’s of schooling included reading, ‘riting, and ‘rithematic. Is homeschooling succeeding because it is reclaiming the tried and true educational philosophy or is something else going on? In this workshop, Davis presents a compelling case for you to believe in the power of homeschooling and six new R’s to back it up.

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Laying the Foundations for Reading

Laying the Foundations for Reading – Early Childhood Reading Games and Activities

Literacy is the foundation of all education. By providing preschool children with language learning opportunities that prepare them for reading, we can smooth their transition into the printed word. This workshop presents language learning games and ideas on teaching phonograms to young students, as well as the latest literacy research on early childhood and reading. Each participant is provided a handout with ideas they can use with their children at home.

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How Henty Helps with History, Geography, Language, and Character

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!

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Learning with Living Books

Good living books feed our children a feast of ideas, not just dry facts. Join Sonya for a look at this simple yet effective approach to true education. Learn what makes living books “living,” and practice using them in a way that makes learning stick.

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Nerf Guns and Shaving Cream – Teaching Reading and Spelling to Kids Who Can’’t Sit Still

Learn how to engage your active learners through movement. Denise Eide will share her experiences teaching and parenting active children. She will also reveal the natural kinesthetic components to reading and spelling and teach parents how to tap into those to enhance learning for all students. Though this workshop will focus on reading and spelling, the concepts are easily applied to other subjects. Each participant will receive a handout of games and ideas that can be used on Monday!

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The Stuff Of Legend- Teaching Heritage and History Through Heroes

By catching the imagination, we light the fuse of interest in history, heritage and literature.Through vivid connections with real heroes of legend, children connect with their ancestors and the past comes alive.

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Literature-Based Learning (Preschool and Kindergarten)

Literature-Based Learning (Preschool and Kindergarten)

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.

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