Before I share our 1st free workshop this fall, you can win 1 of my ebooks, Raising Leaders, Not Followers! It’s really that simple to enter our contest….just fill in the form below.
NOW….to help you Start School Right in 2014
I am hosting a live online workshop about how to homeschool my child … NEXT Tuesday, September 9, 2014 and YOU are invited. It’s complimentary for all my readers.
How’s that for a deal!
Start School Right in 2014 Online Workshop
September 9, 2014
1pm Pacific | 2pm Mountain | 3pm Central | 4pm Eastern
On this exciting free event, using the latest online technology, I’ll reveal tips & strategies to give your kids a superior education where they will learn how to think critically & Biblically . . . for life.
I’ll be sharing tips that you can take and use IMMEDIATELY after the workshop!
- Biblical examples of leaders and leaders-in-training that you can follow
- A proven method to develop a love of learning for life’s leaders
- How to make this school year different & better from all the years past…
- Two stages in laying the foundation for your children to become a leader
- Three tips to instill the character of a leader at a young age
- How you can begin this school right with your own children
- How & where you can start to raise your kids to be leaders, not followers
- How to develop a love of learning in your kids … at all ages!
- Simple techniques to train your children “how to think” and be successful leaders
- One activity you can do each day to instill a lifelong love of learning so they can lead
- Easiest way to become a mentor to your own children this year so they are prepared as leaders
- How & why a Biblical worldview is imperative to give your own students.
- How to transition from teacher-directed homeschool to a more independent student-directed homeschool
BUT, most importantly…I will reveal how you can use a love of learning, mentoring and classics to train your kids to become leaders of tomorrow – Godly leaders who will change the world!
Plus not only will you be able to HEAR me, but you’ll also SEE and WATCH it happening in real time on your computer screen, complete with real life examples!
In case you may be wondering why you should join me on my ” Start School Right in 2014″ online workshop Tuesday night, let me assure you it is simply a complimentary class that you watch on your computer ….at no cost to you!
Your children deserve more, so take it a step further this year and give them the ability to lead others well and make wise decisions as a mom/dad, husband/wife, employee, entrepreneur, church member, or neighbor
I have only 200 spots for this event. So it’s a SURE BET this workshop will FILL completely. Reserve your seat here:
Don’t delay and kick yourself later.
How’s your year getting started? What concerns do you have for the upcoming homeschooling year? You can leave a comment by clicking here.
Looking forward to kicking of the school year with a bang!
Have you started yet?
We are doing high school and have been so busy! It’s hard to make physics and math fun at this level.
I think it’s easier at the younger ages when you can simply do physics type experiments and integrate math in everyday life. I’ve been trying to share some high school links on our facebook page: http://facebook.com/HowToHomeschoolMyChild Hope they might help.
I’d love some help with starting on the right foot with homeschooling!
Next Tuesday’s workshop should help you. I hope you can join us.
So far we have started off on a great note! Full of energy and curiosity abounds in my not so little ones. This year they are all in middle school. They grow up too fast.
I love seeing kids’ curiosity! How fantastic! You are so right that kids grow up fast. I can’t believe my youngest is graduating from college in a year. I remember them running to the back door when dad came home from work.
I would love help with math.
Have you seen my recent blog post about Fun Math Games & Activities? Here’s the link: http://howtohomeschoolmychild.com/fun-math-games-activities-weekend-links/
I am possibly in my last year of homeschooling. I feel there is so much to “catch up” on but there really isn’t time and the kids are 19 and 18 and have their own ideas about what they want to do. What would be the most effective thing to concentrate on? I have been homeschooling for 25 years, what do I do when we are done? What do I do with materials, and the newly found time?
You have terrific questions. When I finished homeschooling, I finally had a glimpse of what my hubby was saying about his time. He has his own business & wondered if what he was doing was significant. For years, I knew what I was suppose to do …while my kids were home. Once they left, I’ve had to consider what God wants for me. I still have some of my materials & gave away/sold others. I kept all my books & have them in shelves, waiting for grandkids. I’ve often thought of having a lending library, but haven’t had time to organize it.
I’ve spent time with younger moms in Bible studies or mentoring. This year, I’m participating in Apples of Gold, a mentoring program on hospitality & growing as a wife/mom. I can’t wait.
As far as your kids, you have to trust God that you’ve covered as much material as you’ve had time. You can never teach them everything. If you’re concerned, I’d spend time on reviewing the tools of learning & thinking Biblically. If they can think Biblically & critically … and have the tools of learning, I think they are set. Anything they haven’t learned in homeschooling, they can learn on their own.
We are off to a rough start here. My daughter is in 2nd grade and thinks that having to write 6 sentences is torture… It’s going to be a long year if this is how it’s gonna go.
We started a few weeks ago, but have already run into snags in keeping good momentum and struggles with logistics and bureaucracy of learning challenges due to processing disorders. Hoping to return to more positive and forward moving place soon!
thank you for offering to send the replay for those who were unable to attend. Appreciate it very much.
homeschooling is coming along fine especially in music and language. Challenges ahead anticipated are the growing need for independence demonstrated with our child.
Some interesting developments. homeschooling is coming along fine especially in music and language. Challenges ahead anticipated are the growing need for independence demonstrated with our child.
Soo bummed that I missed the workshop!