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Calm, Cool, and Collected: Creating An Orderly Home
As a homeschooler, do you ever feel like you’re doing a juggling act—while balancing 40 feet in the air on a tightrope? You don’t have to choose between an orderly home and your sanity! We are pleased to offer an @home e-vent discount package specially crafted to bring you encouragement and new ideas for how to thrive in the midst of the busyness—and saving you over 20% off the normal e-vent price.
If your home is feeling more and more chaotic, maybe it’s time to take a step back and look at the bigger picture. Find encouragement for when you feel like throwing in the towel, gain tips on how to make it for the long haul, and learn organizational strategies as well as ideas for getting the kids to take part in those chores around the house. Don’t miss out on this set of e-vents that can help you restore order to your life!
Getting Organized, Part I: Time Management for Busy Moms
Is there any way to fit lesson planning, housecleaning, teaching, keeping up with the laundry, and getting dinner on the table into the same day you homeschool?
As a mother to a household of ten, HSLDA's Early Years coordinator Vicki Bentley understands the unique challenges that face a homeschooling mom. If you're feeling frazzled, join Vicki for some practical ideas that helped her manage her busy homeschool family in this uplifting webinar.
Getting Organized, Part II: Creating a Lifestyle Learning Environment
If you would like to organize and streamline your homeschool—but have no idea where to begin—this is the webinar for you! HSLDA’s Early Years coordinator Vicki Bentley will help you determine what is most important to your family’s home education and where you need to focus your organizational efforts. Along the way, she’ll discuss some of the organizational challenges unique to homeschoolers. Gain practical suggestions from the expertise of a mom who homeschooled 17 children.
Ten Training Tips for Running the Homeschool Marathon
After 21 years of teaching her children at home, Zan Tyler knows that homeschooling is more like running a 26-mile marathon than the 100-yard dash. A marathon can seem daunting. To run successfully, we need to develop some training strategies that build our stamina, confidence, and vision, enabling us to persevere until the end.
As we consider the long-term goals of homeschooling, we will break down the process into smaller “do-able” segments to help alleviate stress. One of the aims of this webinar is to “unburden” homeschooling parents. We will look at ways to make the school year more enjoyable for our children and ourselves.
Zan’s advice and encouragement can assist us in completing our God-given task of homeschooling, help us “run with endurance the race that lies before us”, and enable us to enjoy the journey.
Homeschooling one child, one grade at a time can be difficult, but adding more children and more grade levels can make home education feel like a zany plate-spinning act! With a little advice and support, you can keep your act spinning smoothly. HSLDA’s Early Years coordinator Vicki Bentley shares ideas for keeping your homeschooling “plates” from crashing to the floor in this encouraging webinar. Discover practical tips to achieve unity and cooperation in your home from an experienced mom of 17 homeschooled students, seven school-aged children at a time!
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10 Reasons You May Want to Stop Homeschooling--But Shouldn’t!
After counseling thousands of homeschool families for the past 23 years, Chris Klicka, homeschool father of 7 children, gives down-to-earth encouragement to stay the course. He provides solutions to common problems like: 1) Your children want to play sports, 2) Your children are teenagers, 3) You are burned out, 4) You can’t financially afford it, 5) You can’t teach trigonometry, 6) Your children are not disciplined, 7) You can receive free education through the public schools, 8) A parent has health problems, 9) Your child has special needs, and 10) Your husband is not very supportive. After Chris addresses these issues, you will walk away from this session renewed and refreshed.
Getting Kids to Help at Home
When children are taught to help around the house, they develop good character and valuable practical skills. But sometimes “on the job training” can seem like more work than it’s worth. If you’ve ever thought, “It’s easier to do this myself!” or wondered “Where do I begin?” don’t miss “Getting Kids to Help at Home”!
Get the encouragement you need to help your kids learn life lessons and save your sanity in this @home e-vent. HSLDA’s Early Years coordinator, and foster mom to almost 50 children, Vicki Bentley shares tips and practical advice that have enabled her to homeschool 17 children and still be able to open the front door to guests!