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Home Education or School at Home?, by Steve Demme
When we began our journey of teaching our children we purchased several little desks at a yard sale and refinished them. Then we acquired textbooks and workbooks and taped the alphabet to the walls around our school room. Later we moved to the kitchen table, and finally we discovered a well rounded education is not confined to a classroom, but embodies character, relationships, and God.

Most Important Subject to Teach Your Children, by Rachael Carman
Discover what Rachael believes is the most important subject you should teach your children. You’ll also get tips & tricks on how to teach it, how it will benefit your kids and why it is so important.

Hacking High School, by Andrew Pudewa, by Andrew Pudewa
Most of us have presuppositions about what high school is based on our own experience. Times are changing, and the opportunities for home educating high schoolers have grown rapidly. Many of these opportunities will save time, help your family avoid higher education debt, and give your teens a head start on their next decade of life.

Be Angry…and Train Your Kids, by Peggy Ployhar
Parental anger and the character training process happen to be the two largest struggles of any parent, but rarely are the development of the two undertakings ever considered to be interrelated. After many struggles with parenting anger, which stemmed from anger issues she carried with her from her upbringing, Peggy found herself seeking scriptural answers to her outbursts. Peggy Ployhar, in this talk titled “Be Angry…And Train Your Kids”, shares what God has taught her about how the anger-provoking instances that child training brings are tools meant to enrich the character training process. You will walk away from this talk comforted regarding any past struggles regarding parenting anger and equipped for the character training process that still lays ahead for you and your children.

Am I Doing Enough?, by Jen Merckling
What exactly is enough in our homeschools? After 20 years of homeschooling–Jen knows how this question creeps into every homeschool mom’s heart. Walk confidently and live in the freedom that homeschooling provides–without fear of gaps, inadequacy, or falling behind!

Travel to Learn U.S. Geography, by Meredith Curtis
Pack your suitcases and grab your gear—it’s time for you and your kiddos to travel the USA in search of adventure, good food, natural wonders, landmarks, and stories worth repeating. This is the Curtis clan’s favorite way to learn U.S. geography as they explore parks, museums, historic sites, and more. With road mapping, research, music, cooking, and baking thrown in, you can see the whole country right from your family room! Learn ways to bring U.S. geography alive in your homeschool, too.

Title Partner – In Welcome Module

Homeschooling Around the World, by Steven Policastro
Join Steven Policastro to hear thrilling stories of what it is like to homeschool around the world. From the Amazon Rain Forest in Brasil to the Saharan Desert in South Sudan, from the Eiffel Tower in France to the Great Wall in China there are homeschool superheroes. Be encouraged and equipped to pray and serve these homeschool families overseas.

How to Homeschool

Tips for Keeping Kids Engaged, by Christy Gandara
Enhance your homeschooling experience and create a positive learning environment for your kids with practical engagement tips and strategies. In this workshop, we’ll explore what we mean by “engagement” and why it’s so important for successful homeschooling. Christy will provide you with a customizable approach for keeping kids engaged, including hands-on activities, student choice and autonomy, movement breaks, and more. By the end of the workshop, you’ll have a toolkit of effective strategies and the knowledge and confidence to keep your kids engaged and thriving in your homeschool environment.

5 Tips to Make Any Homeschool Curriculum Work For You, by Jen Merckling
Jen wants you to LOVE your homeschool! Let’s use our homeschool curriculums as tools to help us–not control us! There is no one perfect curriculum–but you can tailor whatever you choose to fit your needs! These 5 Tips will help you teach your child effectively and have a school year filled with growth & peace!

How to Use Living Books to Teach Music in the Homeschool, by Gena Mayo
Learn how to transform your child’s music education with the power of living books! Gena will teach you how to make music come alive in your homeschool by using engaging books for all ages that draw readers in and make learning fun. You never knew it could be this simple! Whether you’re a seasoned musician or a homeschool mom who knows nothing about music, this workshop will provide practical examples and strategies for incorporating living books into your music curriculum.

Creating a Morning Time Routine to Start Your Day Off Right!, by Dachelle McVey
Are mornings a stressful time in your home? Join us for a talk on Creating a Morning Time Routine to Start Your Day Off Right!

Whether you’re a morning person or not, having a routine that works for everyone can make all the difference in starting your day on the right foot. Join us as we discuss the purpose of a morning routine, how to make it meaningful, and what to cover during this time.

We’ll also cover how to deal with challenges such as morning appointments or classes, grumpy family members who aren’t with the program, and steps to a productive and peaceful morning meetup.

Join us for this talk and learn how a morning routine can reduce stress in your day and set you up for success!

Raising Superheroes: Helping Our Children Develop Confidence, by Amy Bodkin, EdS
Many children struggle with feelings of doubt and low self-esteem. Where does this come from; are we doing something wrong? How can we help our children develop deeply rooted confidence that will let them be the superheroes we know them to be? Join me, Amy Bodkin, EdS, as I explain what we know about where confidence comes from and what we can do to help our children develop more of it!!

How To Pick Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum, by Penny Rogers
Pick curriculum that is at your child’s developmental level instead of their grade

Are We Forgetting Why We Homeschool? Biblically Homeschooling in A Secular World, by Leilani Melendez
Do you find that you are constantly going back and teaching more and more like your public school teachers? Do you ever wonder why? Well in this talk we will explore some of these ideas and hopefully help you understand how you can get back to homeschooling the way God intends for you to homeschool.

7 Components of an Effective Homeschool Unit Study, by Sara Radginski
What’s not to love about a homeschool unit study? There are so many advantages to them! If you’d like to learn more about what a unit study is, and what an effective unit study should include and accomplish, this session is for you.

Enjoy Your Homeschool with a Group Learning Time, by Jenn Dickerson
This workshop will discuss the who, what, when, why, and how of a group learning time in your homeschool. You may hear it called Morning Time, Circle Time, Morning Basket, or many other names. But it’s not about adding something else to your day. If you’re looking for ways to simplify your homeschool day and enjoy it more, then a personalized group learning time is for you.

‘Level-Up’ with Educational Field Trips: Make it the best day ever, by Shannan Swindler
In this session, we take a look at different types of field trips and how to ‘level up’ your homeschool lesson plans with exciting educational trips. You’ll walk away with the tools and resources you need to make your next homeschool field trip the best trip ever.

You don’t need to default to classroom methodology simply because you are most familiar with it. Education and school are not synonymous. Let’s explore ways you and your family can learn outside the box (and the classroom!)

Using Play-Based Learning in Your Homeschool, by Pamela Hodges
Play is the foundation for learning. This session will focus on how you can bring play into your homeschool to increase engagement and interest in subjects. We’ll talk about how and when to use play-based learning.

Smart Travel Super Hero: Family Travel that Counts, by Shannan Swindler
In this session, you’ll learn how family travel can enrich your homeschool learning. I’ll share stories of homeschool travel adventures, and the superhero skills we all learned. You’ll walk away with tips and hacks to help your family become Smart Travel Superheroes using the world as your classroom.

Homeschool Subject Areas

Four Deadly Errors of Teaching Writing, by Andrew Pudewa
After years of teaching, Andrew Pudewa realized that students’ frustrations were often caused by teaching mistakes. Have you committed one of these errors in your teaching? Overcorrecting, holding back help, unclear assignments, and over-expectation can frustrate your students and hamper your best efforts. Join Andrew Pudewa to learn how to overcome and avoid these four deadly errors of teaching writing.

Fear Not! You and Your Children Can Learn Math Together, by Steve Demme
Each student is unique. Since parent educators are tutors, they are able to adapt to the needs of their individual child. Find out what they know, and begin there. Giving your children a firm foundation in math will equip them to succeed at every level of math. They are not behind, they are where they are.

Finding Truth in a World of Fake History, by Britton LaTulippe
Was Christopher Columbus a sex trafficker? Were the Foundering Fathers really Christian? Was the American Civil War fought over slavery, state’s rights, or something else? If history is a matter of fact, how did it become so controversial, confusing, and contradictory? In my talk, I will walk you through the process of exposing fake history. I will take some of America’s greatest and most cherished myths and debunk them in real-time, and then show you where true history has been hiding all along.

Reading & Spelling:  One Journey, Two Paths, and How They Connect , by Gretchen Roe
Does your child ace Friday’s test and then spell the same words wrong the following week?   What if they have no spelling skills at all? Why does reading comprehension not lead to spelling proficiency? Come learn how neuroscience teaches us to join the paths of reading and spelling and create one seamless, literate journey.

Unlock the Magic of Shakespeare: Learn How to Introduce Your Children to the Bard and Watch Them Fall in Love!, by Dachelle McVey
Looking for a fun and creative way to teach Shakespeare to even your youngest students? Look no further! Join Dachelle in this exciting workshop, where she’ll share her personal experience and tips for making Shakespeare fun and approachable for young and old learners alike. Step by step, we’ll go through the process of selecting what to study, reading adapted versions, learning about the life and times of Shakespeare, translating Old English into Modern English, memorizing famous quotes, and having fun with Shakespeare’s insults. By the end of our journey, your child will have a newfound appreciation for the brilliant 17th-century playwright and his timeless works. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to introduce your children to the rich literature and eloquent language of Shakespeare. Join us and Unlock the Magic of Shakespeare!

Intimidated about teaching your kids the Bible? It’s as easy as A, B, C!, by Lisa Nehring
Simple, but effective tools to engage with the world’s most popular book!

7 Top Reasons Every Homeschool Should Include Fine Arts, by Gena Mayo
Discover the 7 top reasons why every homeschool high school should fine arts, and learn how to incorporate it effortlessly and inexpensively. In this workshop, we’ll cover what fine arts entails, why it’s important for ALL high schoolers to study fine arts no matter what their career aspirations are, and how to include fine arts even if you have no formal training in the arts yourself.

Your Student’s Math Struggles Are Not Their Fault, by Gretchen Roe
Math can bring out the worst in the best of students. It can undermine our confidence at any age!  How do you diagnose a student’s math anxiety and help them succeed? What can you do to fill gaps and reach grade-level proficiency quickly? This workshop is of benefit to any age learner, but particularly to teenagers who are struggling with middle and high-school-level math.

Simple Ways to Include Listening Activities in your Homeschool, by Justina Thurston
Learning to listen is an important skill for education – and for music appreciation and performance. Here are simple tips to include listening activities to grow your child’s ability to listen.

Teaching History with Minecraft, by Terrie McKee
Tired and bored of teaching history? Use the video game Minecraft to get your kids excited about history! In this session, you’ll learn how to teach history using Minecraft and how to get your kids excited about it!

10 Reasons to Study Art Appreciation, by Justina Thurston
Everyone appreciates art in some form. But many parents are hesitant to have their children study art appreciation – that is, great artists and their art – because they think their child is not interested in this kind of art. When children are exposed to all kinds of art at a young age, they can learn to appreciate all of these kinds of art. Also, the study of artists and their works can engage all kinds of learners and enhances other subjects.

Make Poetry Your Secret Weapon, by Christine Owens
It’s time to awaken the secret agent within you and unlock the phenomenal power of poetry. What would you say if I told you that this secret weapon could change your homeschooling environment? It expands critical thinking skills, elevates vocabulary, strengthens family bonds, inspires creativity, and sparks a child’s inate curiosity for learning. Poetry naturally leads to exploring areas such as music, art, math, science, history and more. Through poetry your children will become the deep thinkers and leaders of tomorrow.

How to Teach Science Without a Curriculum, by Monique Boutsiv
You don’t need to have a science degree in order to teach science. Get the confidence you need to pull together your own science unit that will not only educate but engage your kids based on your child’s interests.

3 Biggest Mistakes Parents Make When Teaching Kids to Read (and How to Fix Them!), by Sarah Miller
After this session, you’ll know how to avoid the 3 most common mistakes that parents make when teaching their kids how to read. You’ll discover the wrong way to teach your child to read (that many schools are using) that causes frustration for 60% of kids, and what to do instead. You’ll also learn simple tips for helping your child WANT to read out loud. You will leave this session encouraged that you are more qualified to teach your child to read than a trained reading teacher (the reason for this might surprise you!) and empowered with specific strategies and simple tips for how to actually do it.

Live Poetry Tea Time, by Christine Owens
oin me for a live interactive poetry tea time with your children and see how simple and enjoyable poetry can be. Together we will sip tea and nibble on snacks as you watch your children (yes, all ages) think deep and share thoughts. You will observe how to lead a discussion and learn a few other tricks to make poetry tea time engaging in your home. After this experience you will be ready to make poetry tea time a regular part of your homeschool life.

Encouragement for Homeschoolers

Becoming a Homeschool Hero: Empowering Yourself with the Confidence to Happily Educate Your Children, by Christine Suarez
This session will provide encouragement and practical strategies to help seasoned, and new homeschoolers reignite their passion and rediscover the joy of homeschooling. You will learn to cultivate a growth mindset and self-compassion to overcome challenges and embrace growth opportunities. From tips on creating a supportive environment to coping with self-doubt and burnout, this discussion will provide valuable insights and advice to help you thrive as a homeschooling hero.

Equipped and Called to Homeschool, by Kimberly Nicole Steenbergen
As Christians, we are called to teach our children and as mothers, God has equipped us with the ability to do so. This workshop will encourage moms to pursue their God-given calling to homeschool their children.

How do I Know my Child is Learning? Assessment tips for Homeschool Families, by Christy Gandara
Do you ever wonder if your child is really learning what they need to know? As a homeschool parent, it can be challenging to assess your child’s progress and ensure that they are on track with their learning goals. By the end of this workshop, you will have a clear roadmap for assessing your child’s learning progress and ensuring that they are on track with their learning goals. You will leave with practical tools and strategies that you can implement in your homeschooling practice immediately.

The Art of Placemaking: Surviving the Chaos of Today’s World, by Gabi Haberer
In an increasingly chaotic world, a return to simple, intentional home rhythms provides us, as mothers, with an opportunity to cultivate beauty, peace, and rest for ourselves and our families as an anecdote to the changing times. Join Gabi for tips, strategies, and inspiration so you turn your home into a wellspring of life and loveliness your family, even amongst challenging seasons and turbulent times.

Perhaps you have become a caregiver for a beloved family member or friend, deal with an ongoing illness yourself, have changed jobs or picked up hours, or are dealing with other issues which threaten to capsize your homeschool boat. How can you stretch and flex to meet the many demands on your time without short-changing your children’s education?

You Are Enough: Fighting homeschool doubt with Truth, by Kelly Warner
My friend, don’t let doubt, fear, and worry steal one more moment of joy in your homeschool. Instead, let’s dig deep and find out the truth about your homeschool, your abilities, and how I already know that you will succeed at homeschooling your children. Don’t miss this encouraging chat and a great opportunity to fight homeschool doubt with Truth.

Self-Care and the importance of Mental Health for the Homeschool Mom, by Lesa Rumbalski
They say you can’t pour from an empty cup, and yet many of us do. As a mom who has suffered from burn out and also has dealt with mental health issues, Lesa will be discussing how filling our cups is not only good for us, but helps us in motherhood, homeschooling, and our relationships

Kryptonite Proof Your Homeschool With SIX Keys That Will Help You Build a Super Plan!, by Amber J Smith
Before you begin your homeschool journey, let’s talk about the SIX Keys to help you define your homeschool vision, narrow down the tools and resources and define exactly the kind of curriculum that will serve you best.

Teaching Strategies for Homeschooling with Chronic Illness, by Aimee Smith
Homeschooling is hard; living with chronic illness is extremely hard; homeschooling while living with a chronic illness is nearly impossible. However, you can homeschool successfully – even while struggling with a chronic illness! Join Aimee Smith, veteran homeschooler who lives with autoimmune disease, to gain a fresh perspective on homeschooling with a chronic illness. You will walk away with ten teaching strategies you can implement in your homeschool so your children can keep learning even while you are struggling.

Teens & Pre Teens

How to Help Your Young Adult Children Actually “ADULT”, by Davis Carman
When should your kids buy their own phone, pay for their own cell phone plan, or actually pay you rent? And how can these conversations happen in the best way possible. Join Davis as he provides recommendations based on his years of experience with his seven kids who are currently 19 to 32 years old.

What Class Must Every High School Student Take In High School Career Exploration!, by Lisa Nehring
We are in the 4th Industrial Revolution and it’s a time of great disruption! Career Exploration can save you and your kids time, money and frustration!

Parenting Your Preteen, by Janine McNally
Preteens are a unique group who need unique ways of teaching and experiencing God. The preteen years are a “magical age” because their brain is getting ready for adulthood and becomes malleable again. Monumental developmental shifts are happening, and it just might be the most critical time of our lives for influence. During these years, our brains get rid of anything we don’t need or use. It’s called “cognitive pruning.” How can we parent this age group so their “pruning” doesn’t involve their relationship with God?

Homeschooling Your Entrepreneur, by Michelle Osborn
If you have a child that dreams big and has big ideas, you might be raising an entrepreneur. Learn the traits to look for in your entrepreneurial child and discover how to encourage their God given gift

Time Tools for Teens, by Mandi Frost
Help your (tw)teens build focus and motivation so they learn to manage their time and tasks confidently and responsibly. Support them to cultivate independent learning without constant nagging and less distractions, so they build essential skills and you experience more peace and calm in your home school.

Special Needs

Flipping Special Education Homeschooling, by Peggy Ployhar
Just as a house in shambles needs to be flipped to renew its purpose and extend its use, the typical methods for teaching special needs students in the homeschooling environment needs flipping if parents want to see better educational results for their students than the typical model provides. In this talk, Peggy Ployhar, the Founder & CEO, dives into the history of the special education system and where many of the current practices of teaching students with special needs stem from and how they have affected our preconceived notions on how to best teach a student with special needs. But then, with a twist of hope, she also shares how parents can take advantage of their homeschooling freedoms to flip these practices and homeschool their special needs students with renewed purpose to pursue their student’s God-given gifts and talents.

Homeschooling Girls with ADHD, by Terrie McKee
There’s lots of material on homeschooling boys with ADHD but girls can have it, too. In this session, mom of four special needs kids (all of whom have ADHD) will share with you tools and tactics on how you can homeschool your daughter with ADHD.

Movers, Shakers, Denim Cloth Haters – How To Homeschool A Sensory Intense Child, by Penny Rogers
Homeschooling a sensory intense child can be frustrating when you don’t have a plan in place. Learn how to make a plan personalized for your specific child.

How to Get Your Child with Autism Motivated to do their School Work, by Michelle McCarthy
Does your child with autism meltdown when it is time to start school? It may be hard to motivate children with autism to do something that is not a preferred activity for them . In this workshop Michelle will give you simple ideas that have worked for her family to motivate her son with autism to do his school work and be successful.


Ideas to Keep Your Littles Occupied while Teaching Older Kids, by Annette Breedlove
If you’re teaching multiple ages, it can be tough to figure out a routine that works. And it can be hard to find (non-screen) activities to occupy your younger kids while you’re teaching the older ones. Listen as Annette, who has successfully homeschooled her kids for 13 years always with little ones in tow, has made it work and shares some great ideas on how you can too!

EASY ways that toddlers can learn through play, by Carol Jones
Don’t overthink it! Learn how to uncomplicate your toddler activities (while still ensuring that they’re learning too!). Let me show you an easy way to plan your weekly toddler activities, making sure that you’re ticking all the educational boxes, without spending hours planning.

What do preschoolers really need to know?, by Pamela Hodges
Preschool age is an important part of a child’s learning path that is often misunderstood. Find out which skills are important for this stage of learning and how to include them in your homeschool.

Parenting & Faith

Healthy, Happy Homeschool, by Meredith Curtis
We all want healthy, happy children who love Jesus. But what can a homeschool mom actually do to help see that happen? And how does emotional and spiritual health play into the physical side of things? Meredith, BSN, talks about the basics of good health and how to build healthy patterns and habits with your own family. Learn and be encouraged as she shares honestly from her own mistakes, successes, and experience as a nurse (RN), pastor’s wife, mother, and grandmother. Your kids will also learn some of the latest updates in research and experiment with natural remedies.

The Superpower of Storytelling, by Pastor Mike Curtis
As a parent, do you want to impart truths to shape your children’s character and draw them closer to Christ? Stories can help you connect to your children’s hearts, whether you share true stories of the past or make-believe stories made up on the spot. When his kids were young, Pastor Mike Curtis loved to tell them adventure stories, and even now, he delights his grandchildren with tales of pirates and jungles. In this resource, he shares how you, too, can pass on values and virtue through the simple act of telling a story.

Parenting Generation Alpha, by Janine McNally
Who is Generation Alpha, and how are they unique from previous generations? Where do you want your child to be in 20 years, and how can we parent so that the ultimate goal of knowing Jesus is reached? Most parents tend towards being either “tigers” or “helicopters” out of fear for their child’s future. What are the warning signs and consequences of each, and how can we exchange our fear for trust?

Raising Warriors, by Brandee Gillham
How do we disciple our children? What practical steps can we take to make sure that the work that we are doing within the walls of our home will make an impact in the world outside of those walls? We will discuss how to teach our children to listen & obey us so they are prepared to be trained and put on the full armor of God. We will never regret the time we invest in our children.

Strengthening Young Hearts: Building Relationships in Dark Times, by Christian Horstmann
How can we build and maintain relationships with our children in order to keep their hearts and strengthen them in the midst of the evil of the culture all around us? Christian Horstmann from shares his thoughts on this subject.

5 Strategies for Intentional Bible Teaching & Discipleship in Your Homeschool, by Tauna Meyer
Want to engage your kids in God’s Word? Wondering how to be more consistent with Scripture memory? Join Tauna from to learn several helpful tools and methods for teaching Scripture and practicing daily discipleship in your home.

Connecting & Correcting: How to Effectively Discipline Your Kids Without Creating Disconnection, by Katie J Trent
The way we parent and discipline our kids directly determines how effective our instruction will be. In this workshop, Katie shares how to handle common parenting struggles in your homeschool to strengthen your relationship with your children as you build a firm foundation for them to flourish.

Shift Your Parent-superpowers And Expertise, by Mandi Frost
Create more connection and collaboration, using powerful coach strategies so your child builds emotional regulation, responsible independence and resilient confidence. Learn about the SHIFT every parent needs to make so your child WANTS TO lean into your wisdom.

Do’s & Don’ts of Discipleship: How to Effectively Build a Faith that Lasts, by Katie J Trent
In this workshop, Katie shares some of the most common mistakes homeschool parents make when discipling their kids along with what to do instead. Discover how to build a vibrant faith as a family in fun, meaningful, and memorable ways.

Planning & Organization

Want a Faithful Sidekick? Start with Your Homeschool Schedule, by Amber J Smith
Let’s face it, time is a factor when you are considering homeschooling. Are you looking at your schedule and wondering if homeschooling will fit in your busy lives? In this session Amber shares many traditional and some less traditional scheduling options. You will find the right schedule to help you be a super homeschool family!

Discover Your Purposeful Homeschool Vision, by Sara Jordan
Homeschooling is a marathon, not a sprint. Understanding your homeschool vision for the long-term is essential in being successful along the way. Discovering your purposeful homeschool vision will help you reverse engineer your homeschooling goals and take the guesswork out of questions like “Am I doing enough? Am I doing it right?” Your purposeful homeschool vision will give you the confidence to relax and enjoy teaching your children.

21 Days to Jumpstart Your Homeschool Year, by Aimee Smith
At the beginning of the school year, you commit to be more disciplined, more diligent, and more consistent, but good intentions often fall short. How can you start the year in a way to ensure it’s a great year despite any unexpected situations? Join Aimee Smith to learn how a simple 21 day strategy to jumpstart your homeschool. These 21 days can help you enjoy a successful, yet also restful, homeschool year.

Tips for Organizing Your Home/School, by Brandee Gillham
Do you have crayons and curriculum coming out of every crevice of your house? Where and how do you start? Join me to learn some practical organization skills – notebooks, tubs, and labels – oh my!

3-2-1 Blast Off: Planning a School Year that Helps Struggling Students Soar!!, by Amy Bodkin, EdS
Planning a new school year can be exciting! But it can also be overwhelming and disheartening when we struggle to find what can help our students soar or feel that we, as the teacher, are failing. Join me, Amy Bodkin, EdS, as I help you navigate knowing how to provide your struggling students with what they need!!

Supercharge Your Homeschool Planning, by Christine Suarez
Calling all homeschool heroes! If you’re ready to take your homeschool planning to the next level, let me help you. Whether you’re new to homeschooling or a seasoned pro, these tips will help you unleash your inner superhero and create a fantastic homeschooling experience for your child. From crafting a schedule that ignites your child’s passion to setting realistic goals that challenge and inspire, this guide will equip you with the tools you need to succeed. With these tips, you can create a dynamic and engaging homeschooling environment that will empower your child to become a superhero in their own right. Get ready to save the day and supercharge your homeschool planning!

7 Types of Homeschool Calendars and How to Plan Your Own, by Jenn Dickerson
This workshop will cover 7 ways to plan your annual homeschool calendar with tips and ideas to personalize it for your needs. From year-round homeschooling to sabbath schooling to following your local school system, there is no one way to plan your annual homeschool schedule, but this workshop will help you find the way that is right for you.

A New Way to Schedule: Planning Your Homeschool Day with Young Children, by Laura McKinney Adams
Have you ever paused a phonics lesson to go fish your toddler out of the toilet? Is your preschooler trying out new stunts every day? Are you wondering how you will ever teach your oldest how to add and subtract while his siblings run amok? This session will give you a fresh perspective on scheduling and practical tips on managing multiple littles from a mom who has been there.

Simplify Your Homeschool with Books, by Kelly Warner
Let’s simplify your homeschool by learning how to easily harness the power of your children’s favorite books. Whether you are homeschooling bigs or littles, or even a mix of various ages & abilities, there’s power in a story that you won’t find in any curriculum. Join me as I show you just how easy it can be to trust the process and your child, as you dive feet-first into a book-based education that is filled with rich literature, curiosity, and plenty of memory-making snuggle time.