Approaches to Christian Homeschooling {FREE workshop}

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FREE workshop-7 approaches to Christian homeschooling | from

  • Are you looking for the best way to give your kids a Christian education?
  • Are you stuck in a rut when it comes to choosing curriculum?
  • Do you buy the same “stuff” each year just because you used it last year?
  • Not sure what is best for your kids?
  • Not sure what is best for you to teach?

I’ll be using Christian principles to help you select the right approach for your child. You’ll learn how Charlotte Mason, Classical, Unit Studies, Principle, Unschooling and Leadership Approaches have advantages in different subjects at different stages of your child’s development. Discover what is best for your Christian homeschooling.

And best of all, we’ll share how you can give your kids Christian & character education with each approach.

Realize that no single approach to home schooling works for all ages and all subjects.

The workshop is free to you!

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

8:00 PM in YOUR timezone

How Can This Workshop Help You?

I’ll help you identify your OWN goals for your homeschool, based on your definition of what education. You’ll also be challenged to make individual goals for each of your children! I recognize that each family situation is different and has unique strengths, weaknesses and abilities and guides us into recognizing what is best for our family!

Utilizing my experience as a homeschool mom, and having a Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, I’ll share a unique perspective to evaluating the overwhelming choices available to homeschoolers.

On this workshop, I will share my findings & review all 7 approaches to Christian homeschooling.
  • Classical
  • Charlotte Mason
  • Unit Studies
  • Biblical Principles
  • Traditional-Textbook
  • Unschooling-Resource Rich
  • Christian Leadership

Here are just a few secrets I’ll be revealing…

  • Simple techniques to match your approach with your family’s values & goals
  • One method to develop a LOVE OF LEARNING
  • 4 R’s of Notebooking with the Principle Approach
  • How to Use your Homeschool to Raise Christian Leaders
  • 3 Stages of the Classical Approach that Match Your Child’s Development
  • How to be on the same page as your spouse
  • 4 R’s of a Successful Charlotte Mason Homeschool
  • How to watch the 7 workshops from earlier this year
  • How to Make your Homeschool relate to Real Life

Not only will you be able to hear me talking about how to have a Christian homeschool, but you’ll also get to SEE and WATCH it happening in real time on your computer screen, complete with real examples!

Don’t miss out!

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What Others Say About Past Presentations Kerry provides information RICH in resources. At the end of each discussion of approaches, is a “resource list” for more information on that approach. She leads you through the myriad of home-schooling approaches and helps YOU to set goals and determine the approach that will work best in your unique family situation! ~~Deanne Crawford, TEACH Magazine~~ I hope you can join us!

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Question: What questions do you have as you decide which approach is best for your homeschool? You can leave a comment by clicking here.


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  1. Things are a little rough right now. We didn’t get as much summer school done as I’d wanted because my mom died mid-July and I’m now dealing with all the stuff related to that. I’m hoping to have most everything resolved by the day after Labor Day when we plan to start. All our books our bought, etc., so hopefully we can jump right in, but my plan to defeat September mush-brain by doing some summer school has fallen apart. So it might be a bit rough.

  2. Unfortunately, we have a birthday party to attend tomorrow evening and I am sure we will not be home before 9:30 🙁 Is there any way to get have a podcast for us to listen to on another day?

  3. Trying to stay sane homeschooling four boys ages 9, 8, 7 and 3. My oldest and youngest have ADHD, Autism and ODD. My concern is making sure I’m teaching them based on their individual needs and also making sure to not only teach them God’s awesome love but model it myself everyday as well.

  4. We’re not sure where this year will take us. It makes it hard to plan school, and it makes us glad we are homeschoolers.

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