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5 Strategies to Encourage a Love of Learning {Free Homeschooling Workshop}

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For many homeschool families, it’s back to school time. You’re gearing up for a new year, brushing off that curriculum and making plans for your kids’ education.

Are you struggling to help your kids be successful & confident writers?
Are your kids “less than” motivated to love learning?
Do you want to inspire your kids to love learning for a lifetime?

I used 5 simple strategies in her homeschool to give my kids a love of learning, as well as the tools of learning. I want to invite you to join me as I share these 5 strategies on a free Homeschooling Workshop.

Discover how to give your kids a love of learning on our free workshop

5 Strategies to Encourage a Love of Learning
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
11:00am / 3:00pm / 9:00pm (Eastern)

Come discover these simple techniques you can use every day in your homeschool.

  • 7 Tools of Learning for a Lifetime
  • An easy technique Dad & Mom can do daily to encourage love for learning
  • Which approaches to homeschooling encourage love of learning
  • How even picture books encourage love of learning
  • How to use Math Story Books to inspire a love of learning
  • How much choice your kids should have in homeschooling
  • Simple & fun games to inspire a love of learning
  • Secret to Success for homeschool moms to encourage love for learning
  • Bonus Strategy to get started on the right foot & love learning this year

Thank you, Mrs. Beck! I loved it and I really appreciate all your godly wisdom and great advice! I love how you encourage younger moms to relax, trust God, be the kind of person we want our kids to be, follow our husbands, and read to our kids! You blessed me so much!
– Katherine George

You’ll have 3 times to attend each workshop. I know the information will be valuable, so go ahead  & grab your seat right now.

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.Question: In what area of homeschooling is it hardest to encourage a love for learning? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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7 Responses to 5 Strategies to Encourage a Love of Learning {Free Homeschooling Workshop}

  1. My biggest challange is to connect with my child own learning style and find a common ground with my teaching style so neither of us get bored or frustrated.



    • Kerry Beck says:

      That makes complete sense. I hope that some of the ideas I share on tomorrow’s workshop are across the board regardless of our teaching style. Over the years of homeschooling, my teaching style grew to incorporate my kids’ learning styles.

  2. Jennie says:

    My biggest struggle is following threw

    • Kerry Beck says:

      Jennie, Sometimes I was the bottle-neck for my kids learning. The would start an activity but were waiting on me to continue. My bonus strategy helps with this.

  3. Melissa says:

    I would agree with Leila, but I also have a challenge with encouraging a love for learning. Sometimes it seems like a chore to my daughter, she’s only 5 so I really need to reevaluate how I’m approaching learning each day.

    • Kerry Beck says:

      Melissa, I’m excited for tomorrow’s workshop. I’ll share some very simple ways you can encourage a love of learning…even at a young age (or maybe especially at a young age). See you tomorrow

  4. LJ says:

    I think it depends on the child (and also on the parent). I have an interest in almost every subject, but for my son it is language writing (any writing) and for my daughter it is Math (worksheets, especially long division). I have found many methods that help, but have yet to implement them consistently due to time and attitude constraints (I work evenings and kids have other afternoon classes).

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