Ok, so you’re wondering if you can make homeschool work for you.
I was there many years ago and I know how overwhelming it is trying to figure out where to even begin.
There are some parents that spend a lot of their time making sure they have the best curriculum and the best co-op and the best of everything.
Who doesn’t want the best for the kids, right?
But it takes so much energy and time! You end up going down all these internet rabbit holes. It can be a full-time to research homeschooling.
Really all you want is to make sure you don’t fail your kid.
Let’s be real with the current situation we are all in, we don’t have a year to study all these different options. We have jobs and the craziness of the world to manage!
BUT we don’t want that to stop you. It doesn’t HAVE to be so complicated. We want to make it easier for you,
SO we have gathered an expert group of homeschoolers using all kinds of methods to give you their tips and tricks. They are going to break it down into bite size AND digestible pieces for you–like the cliff notes from the YEARS they’ve all spent finding what works.
By the end of this open house you’ll feel ready (maybe even inspired) for your first year of homeschooling
Each training/session will be just 10-15 minutes long, we have around 60 different sessions.
You have lifetime access you can come back and watch it whenever you have time!
You can pick and choose those that are most relevant for you, or watch all of the content as you please.
a printable resource list and each expert will share freebies individually.
A 1 hour recording with our whole panel answering questions from our first open house
This event also includes a vendor area where resource creators will share short commercials and coupons.
Rachel is a charlotte mason expert who has years of experience guiding families into a rhythm that suits their individual needs. She has developed wonderful resources to enhance the homeschooling experience for everyone in the family.
School Counseling services to Homeschool/Unschool Communities | Individualized Plans
Kindle will help us connect to a deeper conviction in our homeschool that will support us as a mom and help in creating resources for your family and homeschool community.
Leah has created a name for herself by helping homeschoolers incorporate Waldorf ideologies in early elementary education, building a nature/arts/sensory-rich homeschool environment that encourages creativity and interest-led learning!
A lover of nature, Vanessa guides homeschoolers in using the natural world as inspiration through a waldorf style and has developed resources to help facilitate meaningful co-operative experiences.
Adapting your curriculum for special needs kids can be tricky–but Amy can help each of us do that while offering resources that will reduce stress + help you feel confident your special needs child has what they need to succeed.
Developer of Earthschooling, Kristie is an expert in waldorf inspired homeschooling and wants to help families connect the Head, Heart, & Hands in Waldorf Education.
Unschooling your mind from traditional education, Ways to incorporate multiple perspectives within your Homeschooling Curriculum
I’ll show you an abundance of homeschooling, how to work with young kids, and how to develop a schedule that meets your needs
Deschooling/ Mindset, Daily Rhythms (Finding a schedule that fits your needs), Making the most of Co-Ops
Setting your own tone, moving in to high school, working with different ages/grades
1.) Online options and additional resources 2.) Resources for elementary ages 3.) Setting your own tone/finding your right fit
Kate is a homeschool Mother of five children, ranging from 15 to 3 years old. She is going to talk about homeschooling different ages.
How to make a homeschool dad — demystifying the reluctant dad
out of the box scheduling – permission to do things differently.
Raising 4 kids on a homestead, life has literally become a schoolhouse. Lacey of The Schoolhouse Life encourages families to use the wonder of daily activities as a chance to grow any child’s capacity to learn. Any lifestyle–urban or rural, can be a schoolhouse!
Resources for elementary ages, focusing on talents and strengths rather than weaknesses, finding time for individual interests
High school homeschooling and dual enrollment – a high level explanation of transfer credits
Working while homeschooling
Jessica Waldock is a recovering type-a, writer, photographer, and homeschool advocate. She is passionate about books, games, checklists, and all things Disney. She is the founder of the popular blog The Waldock Way and author of best selling curricula such as Passport to Adventures and Waldock‘s Wizards and Wands.
She will be teaching us about Waldorf, Rhythm, Art
Annie is a Waldorf Mama of 3.
AND she also runs a ᔕteiner Homeschool Cooperative
Listen here’s the deal if you don’t buy this open house you can make homeschooling work. BUT this course gets you a giant fast forward.
You get to tap into homeschooling moms and dads that have spent years and years figuring out what works and what doesn’t.
You get direction, ideas, plans, and permission to make it work for you and your family. You get to join a group of people that are all trying to figure this out.
This is your ticket into what really makes homeschooling work, what makes it enjoyable, and what takes the stress out of veteran homeschoolers.
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