Strategies to Teach Reading to All Learning Styles

This workshop is offered to provide practical application of the five key elements of reading discussed in the workshop, “Teaching Reading May Not Be as Easy as You Think.” Whether you attended the earlier workshop or not, you will be blessed by learning about...

Using Historical Fiction to Teach History

Gone are the days of considering history a dry subject about dead people. Homeschooling opens a world of possibility in teaching living history, from field trips on working historical farms to completing lapbooks and projects on our favorite characters. Historical...

Getting Started with Preschool

One of the questions I see come up over and over again in our local homeschool community is “What do I need to start homeschooling?” This question most often comes from moms of young children. They are ready to jump in with everything they’ve got. My encouragement is...

Lit for Littles: Making Reading Magical

This talk is a demonstration of how sensory experience stimulates a lifelong love of reading. Re-encounter your own childhood with this storybook enhanced instructive. Remember the magic of books and the enchanted “little” inside of you to discover the secret of...

What if Your Child Is the Fish that Can’t Climb the Tree?

“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” (Albert Einstein) Aha! That’s the moment when you finally hear your child being described, and you don’t feel so alone. What is a...