Homeschool Super Heroes Starts Tonight – FREE Interviews & Giveaway

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I’m so excited that Monday is finally here because it is Kick Off day for our Homeschool Super Heroes Week. We have the best lineup of interviews for you to listen to this week & next week. That’s right – We had so many Homeschool Super Heroes accept our interview invitation that we will run some interviews next week.

Each morning we will send an email with the url for that day’s interviews and our current giveaway.

If you want to win one of our giveaways, all you have to do is post a comment on our blog. Then, you can enter any other way listed on the form below. Today I’m giving away a copy of The Multiplying Menace Divides.

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Each interview will only be available for the time indicated below (& written on the website) You can listen to the interview any time during the 2 hour period that it is available. Be sure to start listening at least 45 minutes before time is up.

15 FREE homeschooling interviews from–>> Monday, August 19
8-10 pm Eastern
Kerry Beck, How to Homeschool My Child
“Why & How to Homeschool!”

We will email the link to this interview, once you have registered.

You’ll notice most speakers cover more than one topic. That’s a great reason to listen to the entire interview.

If you can’t make an interview, remember you can always get the recordings.

You can still get all 15 interviews for only $27 until tonight! You’ll also get professionally-edited transcripts of each interview. And, for the busy homeschool mom, we’ve created “Cheat Sheets” so you can have a quick-reference with highlights from each interview. You can get your copy here:

NOTE: We are donating 10% Homeschool Super Hero sales to Compassion…

The price on our package increases when the interviews start at 8pm EASTERN this evening.

Talk soon,

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    1. That’s so interesting because I talk a little bit about scheduling tonight…towards the end of my talk. If you aren’t registered yet, you can register at the end of this blog post and join us tonight at 8pm EDT

      1. I did listen. I like the ideas of scheduling everything (fun, lunch, etc.). I’ve been afraid to make a detailed schedule, but I’ve found that things I want to do aren’t getting done, so I’m now seeing the wisdom in that. My next challenge is to make the time to sit down and make the schedule!

  1. I’m looking forward to hearing all the insight from those with infinitely more experience than I. 🙂

  2. I would like to hear about scheduling also. I am in a slightly different situation than most, I believe, as I homeschool to supplement public school. I do not have to get the “three Rs” in but we teach Bible, character, etc., in addition to the public school teaching. We have less information to teach, but also a much smaller window.

    1. Even though your kids go to public school, it’s important for them to have structure. I think the structure allows you to teach the Bible & character. I hope you are able to listen to Heather McMillan’s interview tonight…all about teaching virtues.

  3. I would really love to hear about scheduling. I want our homeschool this year to be a lot of hands on learning but I really need to have a structured environment as well. I am having a hard time figuring out how to set up a daily and weekly schedule even though I know what I want to teach.

    1. Julia,
      I hope you were able to listen to my Intro to Homeschool Super Heroes last night. I talked about ways I scheduled my day so I keep God the center of our homeschool & home.

      1. I was able to listen last night and I am eager to use some new scheduling tips. I will be drawing up a complete schedule which includes time for fun and food. Thanks!

  4. I agree with scheduling and managing my day as well as the school day. Also organizing all of the books, manipulatives… I know I can put it in storage, but I will need to get to them on a regular basis. Having littles means using lots of manipulatives and hands on games, etc.

    1. I hope you were able to listen to my Homeschool Super Heroes intro last night. I shared ideas on how I scheduled & managed my day. I’ll look for some ideas to share on my blog about organizing materials.

  5. I would love to hear about the character and virtue teaching with little ones. My oldest will be 4 in October and we have 2 1/2 yr old boy/girl twins and a 1 yr old. We really want good kind-hearted kids and we pray we can teach them that from early on. I would also love to be able to find a way to listen to everything within the small time frame they’re available. With so many little ones it’s going to be very difficult. I am so thankful and so greatful you provide so many free resources, really helps this stay at home mom of many.

    1. Lacey,
      Be sure to listen tonight. Heather McMillan will be talking about this very topic. She has some great ideas for kids of your ages.

  6. I like hearing about building relationships within the family and solving conflicts and disputes between siblings in a loving way. Also drawing your children closer to you so that you have their hearts.

    1. Great topics. I think Israel Wayne & Dennis Gunderson will be talking about drawing your kids closer to you. I’ll look for some info about the other topics. Thanks for sharing.

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