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Military moves, deployments, missing friends—can we homeschool in the military environment?

Very few things are as frustrating as an unmotivated child.

How do I know I am giving my children what they really need?

The Charlotte Mason philosophy of education invites us to lay a beautiful feast of learning befor

Lots of laughs are shared as we explore typical trials that come to homeschool leaders.

What does parenting look like as your child enters into the young adult years?

We live in a sexually broken culture that is claiming a lot of victims.

One of the biggest questions people ask is, "How do I get my kids to finish their school work?" T

This season of change, both physically and emotionally, can take a big toll on our tweens moving

Adolescence is the major life transition and is witness to the most rapid physical, emotional and

Adoption is becoming more prevalent, especially among homeschooling families.

This product is a DVD-ROM disc that will be mailed to you.

This product is a DVD-ROM disc that will be mailed to you.

Join theatre teacher and playwright, Joshua Rexford, as he talks about the essentials of storytel

Entertainment, entertainment, entertainment. It dominates everything.

In the sometimes bleak and harsh world of homeschooling, we need each other to make it through.

Do you have a child who doesn’t want to be homeschooled, in-laws who don’t understand your reason

Are you preparing your children to leave you or to stay with you?

See what the subject of art is really about.

Once most people understand how our government is supposed to operate under the US Constitution,

How well can you defend your faith?

As an obsessive-compulsive perfectionist control freak herself, Rachael Carman discusses how we c

Burnout is a common problem for homeschooling moms.

Burnout 

This workshop will focus on how moms feel they have to do everything.

Is your son bouncing off the walls—or is he driving you there, dear teacher?

Homeschooling moms have a unique opportunity to learn not only what we missed in school but also

Before we ever begin homeschooling, our children are learning life lessons from the way we live.

This workshop is based on Galatians 2:20 “I have been crucified with Christ.

Conflict creates heartache for both student and teacher. Is every day a battle?

In this workshop, you will discover the power and confidence of evidence What is the difference b

James and Tanya will share the advantage of homeschooling adopted children.

Practical information towards improving a child’s attention, learning and behavior choices will be discussed through the lens of brain function.

Dr. Naumann will explain how brain function impacts behavior and learning.

Rather than raising children to follow formulas, let us teach them using the principles of discip

Discover the four areas of life that all successful leaders carefully cultivate.

God gave each of our children unique strengths, talents, and gifts.

Essay-Writing is a building process that begins with planning, tools, and organization and ends with a final product – a well-written essay.

There is a spiritual war being waged for our families.

“Who are you to push your views on me?” If you’re a Christian, you’ve heard that said many times.

This seminar includes a review of the Career and College Promise (CCP) program giving special att

Homeschooling is an amazing adventure—the journey of a lifetime.

This talk is a practical and encouraging overview of the methods used in the Charlotte Mason appr

This workshop is an introduction to Charlotte Mason's rich life, unique and groundbreaking method

This workshop will focus on practical and biblical ways moms can grow spiritually while dealing w

Whether you're a rookie or have been teaching for a few years, choosing curriculum can be dauntin

You are a homeschooler, sure, but what KIND of homeschooler are you?

Need help choosing which foreign language, curriculum or approach to use in your homeschool?

Why should we believe that Jesus truly rose from the dead?

Dee explains what Common Core State Standards are and objections to their implementation.

Our children engage the world through technology like no other generation has ever before.

Now that you have decided to homeschool, how do you transition into an effective homeschool teach

What is the perfect homeschool education?

This workshop will identify the lessons learned from successes and failures of leadership.

This generation of children has greater potential and opportunity than perhaps any generation in

Jesse, the father of David, had no vision for his son; while Zechariah, the father of John the Ba

As the students in the Jones homeschool get older, HSLDA Staff Attorney Darren Jones has taken on

This seminar covers the importance of intrinsic motivation and interest in learning.

Instead of being drawn into power struggles, yelling and giving meaningless consequences, Kirk wi

What should I do with my life? What does God have planned for me?

Does your son or daughter seem to be faltering in her or her efforts to learn to read?

When a homeschooled child seems to flounder for no easily identified reason, parents often exhaus

This session introduces the principles of subsidiarity and sphere sovereignty from the Christian

There is a push to walk and talk and sound like everyone else.

Have you ever heard someone say “All children are gifts from God” only to roll your eyes and thin

Everyone doubts—it's part of being human.

Beth Ellen draws upon her experience with dozens of dyslexics to help parents compare several dif

The human brain is the most complex creation in the universe, and it is hard-wired by God for lea

Many will dismiss what the Bible has to say simply because they believe the Bible can't be truste

If we started with what the research tells us about how kids learn best and built a school from t

Are you confused while considering or contemplating homeschooling your children?

Modern Christians are often skeptical of focusing on emotions and the impact they have on our liv

As homeschooling parents, we feel a great burden of responsibility for our children’s futures.

What will my children really remember after homeschool?

You're already convinced that your kids need to know what they believe and why they believe it.

"It is good for a man to bear the yoke in his youth." (Lam.

Whether you have an official diagnosis, or simply suspect that something is just not clicking the

A mom in her final year of homeschooling shares her A-Z guide for the most important lessons she’

Are you wondering why so many people are turning to home education?

Discover insights from Diana's research behind the events of history.

We discuss several basic themes in fairy tales and traditional children’s literature and their importance to the moral imagination.

Does your family have cabin fever but your budget is slim?

Don will discuss how Hollywood has used fiction to undermine societal values and how to write bac

Beth brings her background as a registered nurse, case manager and certified rehabilitation speci

With 129 colleges and universities in our state and over 2,900 in our country, the job of finding

This workshop is designed to embolden teens and twenty-somethings in Christ and provide them with

There will always be a math lesson, science project or research paper clamoring for your immediat

Literally, this workshop is for men only.

From kindergarten through high school, foreign language study can be an effective and fun part of

Learning a foreign language opens the world for you, and the younger you start your child, the better.

Do I have to speak a language to teach it? Which language should I teach?

While the street-level debate over abortion rages on, a serious intellectual discussion about the

Based on the eighteen-week class of the same name that Steve teaches to high school homeschoolers

Escaping the “conveyor belt” approach of instructional education by which most of us were shaped

These seasoned homeschool gentlemen will discuss various aspects of homeschooling and answer your questions.

Come hear about homeschooling from a Dad’s perspective.

A gap year is that wonderful year between high school and college, that allows your student to obtain real life experiences and growth, that cannot be had in the very scheduled world of college.

America's remarkable Founding Fathers all agreed that George Washington was the greatest of them

Are you new to homeschooling?

Are you new to homeschooling or within your first three years?

Deciding to homeschool is a big decision for a family and you will have many questions.

Deciding to homeschool is a big decision for a family. Where do I begin? How do I start?

“Do I need a school room? Is homeschooling legal? Can I do this?

It is possible for a person to have an overwhelming number of things to do (children to raise, bi

Are you working hard and getting things done but still feeling like giving up?

Are parents really qualified to teach their children everything? What about socialization?

Are parents really qualified to teach their children everything? What about socialization?

You are homeschooling and teaching your children at home for many reasons, but what is the primar

Are parents ultimately responsible for the salvation of their children, or is that a burden no pa

Governor McCrory addressed honeschoolers during the general session before the keynote addeess on

You've raised them to know right from wrong.

It’s tempting to look at everything happening in the world and despair.

Have you ever wanted to feed your family more healthy foods but just didn't know where to start?

If you are married, the success of your homeschool is largely dependent upon the strength of your

This workshop will provide you with tips from the trenches.

Does your son or daughter seem to be faltering in his or her efforts to learn to read?

When things don’t go as planned, when no one can seem to focus on one’s spelling, when the kids (

Carter will share practical ways parents of ADD/ADHD can help organize their children and get the

Textbooks have their place, but all textbooks and no fun makes a lot of homeschoolers want to thr

Whether you are in the midst of high school or it’s just on your radar, this talk is for you!

Whether you are in the midst of high school or it’s just on your radar, this talk is for you!

When does homeschooling really begin? Do you need a curriculum to homeschool your preschooler?

Finding herself a widow homeschooling five children, Charlotte shares some of the perspectives an

Sometimes homeschool conferences can be a confusing blur of new terms, confusing concepts and cas

First, we’ll talk about how we view and handle money. Are we wise spenders or just plain stingy?

This is an introduction to the importance of sports and an overview of what is available in homes

Based on interviews with other homeschool graduates, this seminar will help you prepare for the g

Many of us choose to homeschool because we have little to no confidence in traditional education.

Tami will talk about ways to raise your children to be prepared for life after homeschool.

You are a homeschooler, sure, but to what degree is homeschooling part of your identity?

In this workshop, Erik, Rachel and some of their children will share how "homeschooling outside o

So you think you're gonna homeschool? Worried? Excited? Overwhelmed?

Melanie Young, mother of eight, brings encouragement and ideas to keep the plates going without your life spinning out of control!

Sometimes you wonder how you’re going to meet everyone’s needs.

Learn about challenges homeschooling marriages may face and how to work them through.

Parental rights and religious freedom have been the two foundations to establish a constitutional

Although geared towards foster/adoptive parents with children who have faced early trauma, this w

When does homeschooling really begin? Do you need a curriculum to homeschool your preschooler?

This workshop addresses the unique challenges that seem to affect homeschooling families within t

The thought of teaching high school can be intimidating for many homeschoolers, causing them to q

The thought of teaching high school can be intimidating for many homeschool parents, causing them

The thought of teaching high school can be intimidating for many homeschoolers, causing them to q

The thought of teaching high school can be intimidating for many homeschoolers, causing them to q

The thought of teaching high school can be intimidating for many homeschoolers, causing them to q

Do you realize that more than 70% of Americans are on Social Media?

Homeschooling can be stressful even under ideal conditions.

You are homeschooling and teaching your children at home, but will this automatically mean they’l

This workshop is designed to help parent-educators understand the scope, the sequence and the log

Homeschooling need not be expensive in order to be successful.

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