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Conference:

York Expo Center, York PA
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 10 through 11, 2022

PA-2022 Do Not Be Afraid, I Will Help You

Presented by: Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania
Recording ID: 2022-000
Original Price: $157.50
Set Price: $125.00

The Complete 2022 CHAP Convention Set

You have the ability to enjoy any or all of the sessions from the 2022 Convention from York, PA. There is no need to order or purchase any individual recordings, - this set has them all. The entire set remains in your account for three years- no need to download them and store them. Recordings that experience technical difficulties are not part of this set.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 2022-100This, We Believe! by: Todd Wilson2022-111Lies Homeschoolers Believe by: Todd Wilson2022-112Getting Started Homeschooling by: Barb Beideman2022-113Critical Thinking in a Relativistic World by: Holly Varnum2022-121Helping the ADD / ADHD Child by: Israel Wayne2022-122Homeschooling in Pennsylvania by: Dan Beasley2022-123The Power of Expectations: What You Expect is Often What You Get by: Jonathan Brush2022-131How to be a Great Wife Even Though You Homeschool (Moms) by: Todd Wilson2022-132A Homeschool Graduate Looking Back: What Worked, What Didn't, and Why I'm Homeschooling My Kids by: Dan Beasley2022-133Teaching with the Brain in Mind (God's design is amazing!) by: Holly Varnum2022-141What About Socialization by: Israel Wayne2022-142Nuts and Bolts of Homeschooling High School by: Barb Beideman2022-143Leadership = Influence: Leadership Skills for Everyone by: Jonathan Brush2022-151Fostering a Hate of Learning by: Todd Wilson2022-152Homeschool Investigation: Answer the Door with Confidence by: Dan Beasley2022-153Panel Discussion by: Ginger Wayde2022-161How Not to Educate (Like a Heathen) by: Israel Wayne2022-162How to Prepare for Evaluations and How to Become an Evaluator by: Barb Beideman2022-163What You Really Need to Know: What a Student Should Learn Before They Launch by: Jonathan Brush2022-200Choose the Hard Things or How to Keep Going When You Feel Like Giving Up by: Todd Wilson2022-211Help! I'm married to a Homeschooling Mom (Dads) by: Todd Wilson2022-212New Homeschooler Workshop: What now? by: Christy Rucker2022-213Biblical Worldview in Everyday Life by: Holly Varnum2022-221Being Salt & Light Families by: Israel Wayne2022-222How to Comply with the PA Homeschool Law by: Christy Rucker2022-223Raising Boys to Be the Men that God Wants Them to Be by: Roy Smith2022-231What to do When Your Plan Doesn't Go According to Plan by: Todd Wilson2022-232The Future of Homeschooling: What's Next? by: Dan Beasley2022-233Creating Your Own Unit Studies by: Barb Beideman2022-241Answers for Homeschooling: Top Questions Critics Ask by: Israel Wayne2022-242Simplify Your Homeschool: Make Learning at Home More Manageable by: Christy Rucker2022-243Relationships Basics: What You Need to Know for Any Relationship by: Jonathan Brush2022-251Avoiding and Recovering from Homeschool Mistakes by: Israel Wayne2022-252Raising Politically Incorrect Pink and Blue Kids in a Purple World by: Todd Wilson2022-253What's your bent? (Personality Matters when it comes to learning.) by: Holly Varnum This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
ID: 2022-113
Friday;
Jun. 10, 2022
$4.50

The world our children live in today is quite different from the one we grew up in. They are constantly bombarded with post-modernism, which says whatever you want to believe is your “truth.” Now more than ever, we need to provide them with the tools to discern and combat the lies being hurled at them on a daily basis, even as they are being homeschooled. Join me in this session, where we will identify some of these lies and learn what questions to ask to separate truth from deception.

ID: 2022-121
Friday;
Jun. 10, 2022
$4.50

If you have a hyperactive or easily distractible child, you won’t want to miss this informative and sometimes humorous message that shares stories from his experience as an ADHD child himself. You will receive practical and Biblical insights into ADD/ADHD and will be encouraged that there is hope for your child!

It has only been in recent decades--with the development of technology capable of scanning the human brain--that neurologists have been enlightened as to how learning occurs and how we can optimize new knowledge. This session will address some of the amazing intricacies of the brain, the principles of brain-based learning, how boys and girls learn differently, and how God’s Word teaches us to think for learning retention.

The heart of leadership is influence and everyone influences someone. That means everyone needs some basic leadership skills, no matter who you are or what you do. You can spend a lifetime reading and studying leadership, and that’s not a bad pursuit, but this session will give you the basic leadership skills you need to understand so you can apply them immediately

ID: 2022-151
Friday;
Jun. 10, 2022
$4.50

The homeschool movement coined and promoted the idea of fostering a LOVE of learning…and yet most homeschooling moms have fostered a “hate” of learning. Instead of inspiring their children to love exploration, discovery, and learning, all of which homeschool SHOULD foster, moms find their children fighting them tooth and nail to “do school.”

ID: 2022-153
Friday;
Jun. 10, 2022
$4.50

Have your questions answered by a panel of homeschool veterans.

This session is for anyone looking for information about evaluations. It is for those who are preparing to meet with an evaluator as well as those who might be interested in becoming an evaluator. We will look at the requirements in Pennsylvania Home Education Law for both. There will also be time for questions. Barb will share her experience in doing evaluations over the past 21 years.

Why is it that almost half of college graduates can’t find a job? What’s missing? What does a student really need to learn between the ages of sixteen and twenty two to be ready for “real life”? Everyone focuses on academics, but you need more than academic ability to be fully equipped for the challenges and responsibilities of adulthood. This session will guide you through the seven essential skills and abilities that are crucial for successfully launching into adulthood. This time of life is a unique time, offering amazing possibilities. Come learn how to maximize this time, focus on the essentials, and be prepared and equipped for extraordinary success!

ID: 2022-222
Saturday;
Jun. 11, 2022
$4.50

Pennsylvania is one of the most regulated states for homeschooling. It is considered one of the “hardest” states to homeschool in, but it’s not as difficult as it seems. Come hear about how easy it is to meet the law requirements, see what a simple portfolio looks like, hear a description of what an evaluation looks like, and ask all your homeschool law related questions.

ID: 2022-223
Saturday;
Jun. 11, 2022
$4.50

Presently there is a big identity crisis among males regarding what a man is. There is no clear transition from childhood to manhood, and the culture has defined men simplistically. As a result, many fathers are relationally isolated and emotionally disconnected leaving them at a loss for how to lead boys into manhood. This workshop will address the culture’s attack on boys/males, the impact of biology on boys/males learning style, mentoring and educational principles to help boys develop into honorable men and concrete action steps moms and dads can take in the developmental process of boys.

ID: 2022-233
Saturday;
Jun. 11, 2022
$4.50

The goal of this session is to share the joy of designing and teaching unit studies. Learn how this unique approach to teaching uses real-life experiences, books, games, projects, and other resources to encourage students to deeply explore topics and to become life-long learners. Discover ways to integrate subjects to make learning more meaningful and fun. Realize the wealth of knowledge to be gained through unit studies as well as easy methods of constructing them.

Simplifying your homeschool could be the difference between a parent who makes it thought the long haul and one who gives up after a few years, sending her child back to school because she “can’t do this anymore.” This workshop is full of practical ideas to implement and philosophical thoughts to ponder. Bring your specific questions about a trouble spot in your homeschool and let’s see if simplifying will smooth it out.

ID: 2022-251
Saturday;
Jun. 11, 2022
$4.50

Drawing from over 40 years of experience in the home-education movement, Israel will help you to avoid some of the top errors many parents make in the homeschooling process. The tips offered in this session can save you hundreds of dollars and perhaps years of regret from committing these costly errors.

Conference:

Indian Hills Community Church, Lincoln, NE
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 11 through 12, 2022

Nebraska 2022 NCHEA Conference and Curriculum Fair

Presented by: Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association
Recording ID: 2022COMP
Original Price: $210.00
Set Price: $65.00

2022 NCHEA C&CF FULL SET

Complete set of recordings for the 2022 NCHEA Conference and Curriculum Fair, held at Indian Hills Church, March 11 & 12 2022.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 22Fri101The Gift by: Todd Wilson22Fri201Fostering a Hate of Learning by: Todd Wilson22Fri202Joyful Mother of Children by: LaNissir James22Fri203The Power of Parental Authority by: Monica Irvine22Fri205Trubl Spelling by: Nancy Coffey22Fri206Socialized Children? No Thank You! by: Deborah Wuehler22Fri301Homeschool Discrimination and What We're Doing About It by: Dan Beasley22Fri302Essential Skills for Successful Teens: Study and Time Management by: LaNissir James22Fri303Homeschooling on a Shoestring Budget by: Dara Halydier22Fri304Identifying and Adapting to the Challenges of Homeschooling by: Yvonne Strachan22Fri305Reading Struggles & Overcoming Obstacles by: Deborah Wuehler22Fri306Ready, Set, GO! Homeschooling in Nebraska by: Michelle Pietzyk22Fri401Invasion of the Conviction Snatchers by: Todd Wilson22Fri402Extracurriculars & Electives – Resumes & Recommendations by: LaNissir James22Fri404Homeschooling Through Hardship by: Deborah Wuehler22Fri405Vision and Learning by: Mikaela Betka22Fri406Jurassic Park and the Bible by: Shawn Hoffman22Fri407Discipline with Love so We Don't Break Our Child's Spirit by: Monica Irvine22Fri408College Counseling: How to Get Accepted and Get Money by: Merritt and Dannika Nelson22Fri501Homeschooling in 2022: Liberty or License? by: Dan Beasley22Fri601As They Sit and Stand: Teaching your Child the Bible by: Dara Halydier22Fri602How to Use Museums in Your Education by: Gage County Historical Society22Sat101Every Dad a Homeschooling Dad! by: Todd Wilson22Sat102Recordkeeping & Organization for High School: Simplifying the Process by: LaNissir James22Sat104Table Manner Essentials for the Whole Family by: Monica Irvine22Sat105Homeschooling the Rebel by: Deborah Wuehler22Sat106Why is a Christian Worldview Important in Education? by: Greg Koehn22Sat201Important Lessons to Teach Your Children - “How to Argue” by: Todd Wilson22Sat202Charting Your Way through High School for College, Career, or Military by: LaNissir James22Sat203Dyslexia is Real! Imagine That! by: Nancy Coffey22Sat204Teaching Math with Card Games? Yes, You Can! by: Kathleen Cotter Clayton22Sat205The Erosion of Parental Rights and How to Stop It by: Dan Beasley22Sat206Building a Biblical Self-Esteem in Your Child by: Dara Halydier22Sat301A Homeschool Graduate Looking Back: What Worked, What Didn't, and Why I'm Homeschooling My Kids by: Dan Beasley22Sat302High School Transcript Clinic: Practical Help and Tips by: LaNissir James22Sat303Keeping Your Family Safe in the Digital World by: Tyler Morten22Sat304Building Home: How to Disciple Your Children and Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind by: Amy Juett22Sat401College Prep 101 by: Concordia University22Sat402Family Ministry-Reaching the Next Generation by: Child Evangelism Fellowship 22Sat403Homeschooling: More Than Just Education by: Master Books 22Sat404Recalculating: When homeschool plans change course by: Yvonne Strachan22Sat501How to Choose Relationship When There's So Much to Do by: Todd Wilson This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.

Homeschool graduates still encounter discrimination when applying for employment, admission to colleges and trade schools, social security, disability, and veteran’s benefits, and participation in extracurricular competitions and programs. While homeschooling is now widely recognized as a legal form of education, there is still much work to be done to ensure that students and graduates are not discriminated against because their parents choose to exercise their right to homeschool. HSLDA continues to advocate for students and graduates who face this kind of discrimination. Come hear the stories, legal battles, and solutions for how to end homeschool discrimination.

The high school years are a prime opportunity to equip your teens with skills they will need for future success. If your teen is headed to college, a career, or the military, they will benefit from study and time management skills. This session provides parents and teens with ideas to incorporate these skills into high school coursework and lists resources to help cultivate these essential skills.

ID: 22Fri303
Friday;
Mar. 11, 2022
$5.00

Homeschooling doesn’t have to cost hundreds of dollars each year. With some extra time and energy, you can teach on a budget. Tracy and Dara started homeschooling while Tracy was in seminary and without a job. They continued on a minister’s salary while homeschooling five children through high school. Dara will share ideas from K-12 on bargain buying and teaching without the textbooks.

As you pour yourself into discipling and educating your children, gain confidence in your ability to·Teach multiple children·Accommodate your child's unique learning style·Identify your child's changing needs·Inspire and encourage a child facing learning difficulties·Help advanced learners identify and cultivate their gifts·Teach high school

ID: 22Fri305
Friday;
Mar. 11, 2022
$5.00

Good readers are not necessarily early readers. And early readers don’t always grow up to love reading. God designs each child differently as He deems fit for His purposes. Deborah will talk about her own struggling readers and the practical things that helped them jump those hurdles. Deborah will show you how to have victory over your own obstacles as you keep your children Home Where They Belong.

Should an activity be an elective on a transcript or extracurricular activity on a resume? Which will benefit your teen most? Which has higher visibility? This seminar explains the options your homeschool has and the documentation that makes the most of these opportunities.

ID: 22Fri405
Friday;
Mar. 11, 2022
$5.00

20/20 vision means you can see clearly at 20 feet what should normally be seen at that distance. However, it does not mean that you have perfect vision. Visual acuity gives no meaning about what a person sees. If your child is not achieving their full potential academically, struggling with written reading comprehension, skips lines or words when reading, reverses words or letters, or avoids reading or near work, this presentation is for you. There are more than 17 visual skills that are needed for efficient vision and learning. Children struggling with binocular vision or visual processing disorders often will not complain about symptoms because they are unaware that they visually experience things any differently than their peers. In this course, we will learn about these skills, the signs and symptoms of a visual processing disorder, and what can be done to help them be successful.

I know you have felt the pain of regret when you have had a moment of failure when discipling your children. I know many of you are fighting against habits you learned from your parents that you swore you would never do. I know you want to parent with love, honor and respect, but sometimes you don’t. Parents, did you know that it is God’s perfect plan that his imperfect children raise his imperfect children? He knew you and I would not be perfect parents. He knew we would get it wrong on some days. However, still, he knew that the best people to raise your children was YOU! It is! It’s you. Listen to Master Motivator, Monica Irvine, share some invaluable insights in parenting with greater understanding and greater self control. Mrs. Irvine will help you to understand the difference in discipling to stop or start behavior and disciplining to change our children’s hearts. It makes all the difference. If you want a loving happy health relationship with your adult children, you must start today creating that relationship. Don’t miss this!

During this fast-paced and high energy presentation specifically designed for homeschool families with children in grades 7-12, Merritt and Dannika Nelson, college admissions and financial aid experts, will take a complex issue, what to do after high school and where to do it, and share how to remove the complexity and stress and turn it into an enjoyable and simple to understand process. Their model has proven to deliver four key elements: 1) how to find the right college fit; 2) how to stand out during the admission process; 3) how to secure as much financial aid as possible; 4) how to remove the pressure, stress, and tension that comes with the college search process.

Gage County Historical Society and Museum

Keeping good records need not be time consuming nor burdensome—it actually saves you time and effort in the long run. In this workshop, you’ll learn how and when to track your student’s progress through high school.

ID: 22Sat104
Saturday;
Mar. 12, 2022
$5.00

Let’s imagine...your children chew with their mouths closed, don’t make weird noises at the table, never announce what they don’t like at the table, sit still and respectfully while eating, show sincere gratitude each and every time they are served a meal, allow their elders to go first, never forget to ask if they can help clean up afterwards, etc. Is this a dream? Is this possible? YES OF COURSE! It’s all in how you teach and approach table manners. This Parenting Master Class by Master Motivator, Monica Irvine, will teach you the pattern of teaching your family how to have impeccable table manners and how to make it fun and doable. Parents, this is not rocket science, however, if you think that your children are going to “get it” by just constant correction, then allow me to ask, “How’s that working for you?” Don’t miss this!

ID: 22Sat105
Saturday;
Mar. 12, 2022
$5.00

“I won’t do it!” my child screamed after being asked to sit down and start the day’s math assignment. “You will too!” I resolutely stated back. “I will not!” And thereupon ensued an all-out fight of wills. The strong-willed mother determined to win over the strong-willed child. This workshop is designed to give you helpful tips in dealing with a strong-willed child, how to nurture as well as homeschool this child, how to stay sane in the midst of anguish, and to give you hope for the future.

Everyone argues. That’s the truth. I’m not talking about the righteous anger…I’m talking about the good ol’ sinful kind. Some yell, some become silent, and all of us teach our children by our example. But here’s the deal: there are some principles that can make those sinful arguments less damaging and more “productive”. So…since you’re going to argue, we might as well do it right. Join, me for a fun filled, honest look at the ugly things we do and say and for some practical rules for arguing “better.”

Preparing your teens for their post-graduation goals requires advance planning. This seminar provides a timeline and checklist to ensure that important items are included! For college-bound teens, discover tips for the application and financial aid process. For teens headed into careers, explore training, employment, and workplace skills. For teens interested in a military career, learn about the military’s homeschool enlistment policy and advice for applying to the service academies.

Are you tired of flashcards? Does your child cry when you give another timed test? Are you frustrated because your child can't seem to remember the multiples of 7? Use games to teach and review math facts. This workshop will show you fabulous and effective math card games that are easy and fun. Imagine your kids asking you to practice their math facts! Come and discover games to help our child learn math!

Creating a high school transcript is a vital part of your teen’s high school records. In this interactive, practical seminar, you’ll create a transcript that can be used as a pattern when designing your own. The session will guide you through the essentials of transcripts, how to evaluate credit, steps to simplify grading, and how to calculate grade point averages (GPAs).

ID: 22Sat303
Saturday;
Mar. 12, 2022
$5.00

Privacy is power. The right to privacy, however, is slowly being eroded from the foundations of our society today. In this talk, we will discuss the philosophy of the Internet, what that means for our privacy and how we can protect our families and our digital information.

Mothers have every good intention of discipling their children in the ways of the Lord, but a lack of knowledge of how to go about it and the day-to-day necessities of keeping a home and getting lessons done often get in the way of following through on those good intentions. Using the analogy of a home from Proverbs 14:1 “The wise woman builds her house…,” Amy will walk you room by room through the home looking at scriptural examples to empower mothers to build a spiritual home of discipleship for their children while gaining practical tips for managing each room in their physical homes—all without losing their minds. Come away from this workshop with a plan to implement both in the discipleship of your children and keeping of your home.

Conference:

Woodcrest Retreat
Friday & Saturday
May. 14 through 15, 2021

PA-2021-WC For The Joy Of The Lord Is Your Strength

Presented by: Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania
Recording ID: 2021WC-000
Original Price: $37.50
Set Price: $19.99

Complete Set of 2021 Woodcrest Recordings

Complete Set of Recordings from the 2021 CHAP Woodcrest Conference

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 2021WC-100Keynote - Marriage and Parenting Go Hand-in-Hand by: Steve Scheibner2021WC-101Taking Your Homeschool Goals Outside by: Sarah Collins2021WC-111Training Teens to Take the Initiative by: Steve Scheibner2021WC-121Parents are Uniquely Qualified to Teach and Disciple Their Children by: Steve Demme2021WC-200Keynote - Living on Borrowed Time: The Nine Practices of The Proactive Parent by: Steve Scheibner2021WC-201Looking for Sunday…Hope When Homeschooling is Hard by: Denise Grove2021WC-211Life Lessons for Being a Supportive Husband & Faithful Dad by: Steve Demme2021WC-221Deepening Family Relationships Through Godly Communication by: Steve Demme2021WC-231Battling With Behavior? by: Steve Scheibner2021WC-241Homeschooling with Simplicity and Sincerity by: Denise Grove This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
ID: 2021WC-101
Friday;
May. 14, 2021
$3.75

Description not available. Megan Scheibner is not able to participate due to a family emergency. Sarah has stepped in to assist as she did this past weekend at our Spruce Lake conference where she was well received.

ID: 2021WC-111
Friday;
May. 14, 2021
$3.75

Want to transition your young adults from simple obedience to mature responsibility? Dr. Steve shares the essential phases of growth that teens need to incorporate to take responsibility for their lives. Watch your kids move from childish irresponsibility to responsible young adults who embrace ownership and initiative as they move up the “Responsibility Tree”.

As a parent, you are uniquely qualified to be the primary educator of your children. You have more assets than you realize. Listen and be encouraged by a homeschooling father of four sons who are now adults.

As a pilot for American Airlines, Steve was very close to the events of 9/11. Steve was originally scheduled to be the co-pilot on AA Flight 11, the first flight to be hijacked on Sept. 11th, 2001. He was bumped from that flight the night before by a more senior pilot through an extraordinary set of divine circumstances. Now, he tells his deeply moving story of God’s providence on that terrible day in our history. Discover why God gave Steve a second chance and now uses him to teach parents worldwide how to train their children with purpose and urgency as he introduces you to The Nine Practices of The Proactive Parent. Intensely practical and Bible-based, the Nine Practices of The Proactive Parent gives parents both the necessary tools and the hope they need to build a Christ-centered and character-driven home environment. The Nine Practices are a great way to revitalize parents in the all-important task of parenting. This session will take highlights from the 10-week Parenting Matters small group study. Steve will unwrap the Three Pillars of Parenting, The Motivation Model, The Growth Continuum, The Proactive vs. Reactive Parent, and more.

- Want your teen to take more initiative around the house? - Want to reduce the “Drama” level in the family? - Want to get your pre-teens, teens, and young adults excited about character healthy living? Join “America’s Parenting Doctor,” Dr. Steve Scheibner, as he reveals seven practical steps for raising the behavior bar in your home. We all want things to go right in our homes, but here’s the help you need for when things are going wrong, instead!

Conference:

Washington State
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 19 through 20, 2021

WA - 2021 Spring Conference

Presented by: Christian Heritage Home Educators of Washington
Recording ID:
Original Price: $160.00
Set Price: $49.00

WA - 2021 Spring Conference

More Than Conquerors - Pursuing Christ Amid New Challenges (Please note: Dr. McLeod's and Bill Jack's sessions are not included in the set)

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 21-003Restoring American Exceptionalism One Family at a Time - Keynote by: Rick Green21-005One Life to Give - Keynote by: Rick Green21-101The Biblical & Constitutional Right to Self-Defense by: Rick Green21-102Identifying and Correcting Blocked Learning Gates: How to by: Dianne Craft21-104Dissections at Home by: Joel Thomas21-106New Beginnings, Part 1 (Time Chroniclers Audiobook Series - Episode 1) by: Pat Roy21-107The Drama of the Reformation by: Douglas Bond21-201A Vision for Your Life (Kickstart: Launch Your Life Series) by: Kevin Swanson21-204COVID & The Constitution by: Rick Green21-205Getting It All In: Making a Workable Plan for YOUR Family by: Susan Bradrick21-206New Beginnings, Part 2 (Time Chroniclers Audiobook Series - Episode 2) by: Pat Roy21-207Mission Aviation: Technically Skilled People Advancing the Kingdom! by: Doug Nunziato21-302Teaching the Right Brain Child: You Might Have a Right Learner in Your Midst (Parts 1 & 2) by: Dianne Craft21-303Calling for Boys vs. Girls (Kickstart: Launch Your Life Series) by: Kevin Swanson21-304Introducing Electricity: Simple Affordable Labs for Homeschoolers by: Joel Thomas21-305Principles of Child Training (CH Parent Qualifying Course Series) by: Mary Craig21-306The Reunion, Part 1 (Time Chroniclers Listening Series - Episode 3) by: Pat Roy21-307Three Keys to Gap Year Success by: Jonathan Brush21-401Getting Started in Life (Kickstart: Launch Your Life Series) by: Steve Riddell21-403COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates, Other Medical Issues, and Your Parental Rights by: Bradley Pierce21-404Why Children Stop Playing Music When They Stop Taking Lessons: How to Create a Lifestyle of Music and Worship by: Elisha Voetberg21-405The Reunion, Part 2 (Time Chroniclers Listening Series - Episode 4) by: Pat Roy21-406The Poetic Wonder of Isaac Watts by: Douglas Bond21-407How Our Parents Kept Our Hearts by: Daniel Craig, Megan Craig21-502Training Your Child's Photographic Memory by: Dianne Craft21-503Mentorship 101 (Kickstart: Launch Your Life Series) by: Steve Riddell21-504The Sexual Revolution by: David Eddy21-505Debate Is More than Just Arguing by: Amy Joy Tofte21-506New Frontiers, Part 1 (Time Chroniclers Listening Series - Episode 5) by: Pat Roy21-507The Mighty Weakness of John Knox by: Douglas Bond21-601Auditory Processing and Working Memory by: Dianne Craft21-602New Frontiers, Part 2 (Time Chroniclers Listening Series - Episode 6) by: Pat Roy This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.

With passion and humor, Rick outlines the timeless principles of liberty which allowed America to become the most successful nation in history; not perfect, not infallible, and certainly not indestructible, but something exceptional and extraordinary… truly unique in all of history. Rick and his kids will share powerful stories and principles from Legends of Liberty throughout history and then leave the audience with specific action steps for applying those principles to our personal and family lives while preserving them for future generations.

ID: 21-005
Saturday;
Mar. 20, 2021
$5.00

In this powerfully moving presentation, Rick Green and his four children use the stories of great world-changers to inspire each of us to discover our passion, plan our purpose, and execute our plan. With just a little sacrifice on our part, we can preserve liberty for future generations by living out our freedom with purpose and passion.

What does the 2nd Amendment really mean to your family? Most important, how do you practically live out your rights & defend your family? Is it Biblical to use force to stop violence against your loved ones? Rick & his family will share the history of the 2nd Amendment and how they, as a family, have enjoyed learning together how to defend themselves and others. You will learn how to intellectually defend the Constitution, but also get some practical and powerful tips on the actual, physical defense of your family.

This is for your “puzzling child”. Is it a maturity issue, or is something else going on? If you have a bright, hardworking child who has to work too hard to learn, he is telling you that one or more of his Four Learning Gates is blocked. Find out specifically how the brain processes information, and where that processing can break down. Learn how to be your own diagnostician using a checklist of symptoms; then learn the necessary interventions. It doesn’t have to be so hard for your child!

ID: 21-104
Friday;
Mar. 19, 2021
$5.00

In this workshop we will be completing a dissection together while taking a closer look at the challenges a dissection at home can present. Together we will also answer questions such as where specimens can be sourced, what preservation methods are available and what are important safety considerations.

ID: 21-204
Friday;
Mar. 19, 2021
$5.00

Are Quarantines and other Covid restrictions Constitutional? In this presentation, Rick answers the questions raised as we are living out what seems like a dystopian novel. How far can the government restrict your movements, your church gatherings, and your ability to work? What criteria must be met for a public health emergency to trigger the things we are seeing across the Nation? Where do you go for due process if government overreaches it’s constitutional authority? What can we do to restore rational, scientific, constitutional responses to this and future situations?

This session is courtesy of the Christian Heritage Start-to-Finish Parent Qualifying Course. Are you ever frazzled, frenzied, and frustrated because you can’t get it all in? A hint: We can’t! But we can significantly reduce the pressure by making choices based on God’s priorities. So, come and learn practical ways to design a workable, flexible, Bible-based schedule by evaluating, from God’s perspective, the myriad of viable “good” activities in order to choose what is very “BEST” for YOUR FAMILY. And discover that using His principles can bring joy and peace to your home-based discipleship adventure.

Missions is the great call of our Lord for all believers to take part in. Yet, not all of us are evangelists, church planters, or pastors. Is there a place for the technically minded in missions? Yes! God has gifted each of us in unique ways so that we can use those gifts for His Kingdom’s work. In this presentation, come learn about how the skill of aviation in missions is spreading the Gospel farther and faster to the most isolated parts of the world.

These wonderful children learn in a different manner than their left brain siblings. You will learn how to identify the right brain child, and learn many simple teaching techniques, such as Right Brain Reading and Right Brain Math. Right Brain Reading is the method Dianne used in her Resource room to help students make a two-year gain in reading in one year! For kids who find math “miserable”, this is a Godsend. No curriculum required! Help your children get in touch with the “smart part of themselves”! Poor test takers will learn how to store facts using their photographic memory. Everyone looks smart when these strategies are used.

Politicians and bureaucrats across the country are getting ready right now to push a new vaccine on children, even when parents object. This could result in a tidal wave of attacks upon many homeschoolers across the country. As an experienced parental rights attorney, Heritage Defense attorney Bradley Pierce will discuss what parental rights challenges lay ahead and the three things every family should be doing right now to prepare for them.

ID: 21-407
Saturday;
Mar. 20, 2021
$5.00

- Discerning what your kids will remember most from your parenting - Practical tips to build strong relationships with your children - Building a family team that stays together and enjoys one another - Four factors for strong family relationships

ID: 21-502
Saturday;
Mar. 20, 2021
$5.00

Many people think that some are just born with a “photographic memory”. But we now know that this amazing ability can be easily taught. The ability to use the photographic memory is one of the best gifts you can give your child. Your child can store his spelling words in his photographic memory for quick retrieval. Vocabulary is learned in a totally different way! Imagine your child actually having fun improving his vocabulary for the SAT.

ID: 21-505
Saturday;
Mar. 20, 2021
$5.00

Regardless of natural ability or internal desire, young people can learn to discover ideas, discern truth, and influence others by participating in debate. If your children are ready to meet their challenge, grow in grace, and communicate with confidence, check out debate. It’s an adventure worth taking!

ID: 21-601
Saturday;
Mar. 20, 2021
$5.00

Do you have a child whom you suspect has an Auditory Processing Problem? There are ten auditory channels. Some channels affect academics (reading, phonics and sight words, spelling, and math), while others affect everyday life (easily confused, misunderstands verbal information, poor working memory, speech delay or articulation issues). Become your child’s own diagnostician as you identify, bypass, and correct auditory processing problems at home. Learn to bypass the auditory learning glitch by using the child’s natural photographic memory and how to correct the auditory glitch by using the proven methods of home Brain Integration Therapy and Targeted Nutritional Interventions.

Conference:

Bismarck Event Center
Friday & Saturday
Feb. 19 through 20, 2021

2021 North Dakota Home School Convention

Presented by: North Dakota Home School Association
Recording ID: 21-000
Original Price: $112.50
Set Price: $49.99

Complete 2021 ND Convention Recording set

This set will allow you to listen to any or all of the recordings made at the North Dakota Home School Association 2021 convention. The audio messages from this purchase will be in your account and can be downloaded when and if you like for years to come. (For personal use only.)

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 21-001How to Keep Your Children in the Faith by: Israel Wayne21-01CHOOSE THIS DAY by: Jared Dodd21-02YOU CAN DO IT and WHY YOU SHOULD by: Jared Dodd21-03CHALLENGE TO SONS & DAUGHTERS by: Jared Dodd21-10When Children question the Faith by: Jared Dodd21-11Dual Credit, What you need to know by: Dan Dreissen21-12Help! I'm Homeschooling with Toddler Strapped to My Leg by: Jamie Erickson21-13Exploring Learning Styles for More Effective Instruction by: Nancy Bjorkman21-14How Can I Know What is True by: Israel Wayne21-20Education VS Schooling by: Israel Wayne21-21Getting Started in North Dakota by: Theresa Deckert21-22Learning Like da Vinci & Jefferson: Notebooking 101 by: Jamie Erickson21-23When You Have a Child who is Not Driven by: Sherri Seligson21-24Outside the Box Careers: Build Your Skills With and Without College by: Cindy Sanford, Kathy Miiller21-30History of Family Part 1 by: Jared Dodd21-31Mom with a Plan by: Krista Smith21-32Montessori? Isn't That a Dinosaur by: Jamie Erickson21-33Navigating High School by: Sherri Seligson21-34How Can I Know God Exists by: Israel Wayne21-44How can you Know that the Bible is True by: Israel Wayne21-50North Dakota Scholarships by: Jim Upgren21-51High School Answers by: Theresa Deckert, Llora Knight21-52Homeschooling When You're One Day Away From Crisis by: Jamie Erickson21-53Why Teaching Science is a Critical Part of Education by: Sherri Seligson21-54How Can I defend my Faith by: Israel Wayne21-60History of the Family Part 2 by: Jared Dodd21-61Increase Your ACT Score by: Kathy Miiller21-62It's Homeschool, NOT School-at-Home by: Jamie Erickson21-63Am I Ruining My Children? What I Wish I Knew As a New Homeschooling Mom by: Sherri Seligson21-64Creation Science Apologetics by: Israel Wayne This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.

Gain a fresh perspective on how your children’s actions and attitudes help you discover their natural bent, so you can plan strategies that will help them grow into the person they were created to be. We’ll peel back the layers to reveal pieces of the puzzle that go beyond the usual “auditory, kinesthetic, and visual” discussions. This workshop will provide you with insight into a variety of ways you can effectively teach to various learning styles in your children.

Educational pioneer, Charlotte Mason, championed the idea of “notebooking”. But, this wonderful extension of learning can be dated back long before she gave it a name. For centuries, The Greats cataloged what they learned in notebooks… rehearsing their daily discoveries with pen, paper, and imagination. Discover how to inspire learning through a simple notebook, see several types of notebooks and how to use them effectively, and learn about some simple tools and techniques for drawing your children into notebooking with purpose.

ID: 21-23
Friday;
Feb. 19, 2021
$3.75

We all have at least one of these children. They take extra time to complete every lesson, if they complete them at all. We may fall into the trap of sitting by them to “help” them finish, only to become an educational security blanket. We need to encourage these children to take up their own responsibilities. Their desire should be to work diligently for the Lord. Join us as we go over helpful suggestions to encourage those less-than-enthusiastic children.

ID: 21-31
Friday;
Feb. 19, 2021
$3.75

Krista will share her tips and tricks on setting your homeschool on autopilot. She'll walk through simple and cheap hacks to keep mom well-planned and sane as well as cultivating children who take initiative for their own daily work. She will share her family's chore, discipline and character development charts, because homeschooling isn't only about growing smart kids, but kids who love the Lord! Organization comes easy to some and is "Greek" to others. You are welcome to come and learn a little "Greek" and hopefully leave with lighter shoulders and some new tools in your toolbelt!

Conference:

Indian Hills Community Church, Lincoln, NE
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 6 through 7, 2020

2020 NCHEA Conference & Curriculum Fair

Presented by: Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association
Recording ID: 2020-000
Original Price: $112.00
Set Price: $35.00

2020 Complete NCHEA Conference Recording Set

By purchasing this set you have the ability to listen to any or all of the recorded sessions made at the 2020 Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association Conference. (For your personal use only) If a session was damaged or lost due to technical difficulties it will not be included in the set.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 2020A1The Early Years: Homeschooling Your Preschooler by: Sonya Shafer2020A2Walking on the Homeschool Tight Rope: A Practical Guide to Balancing Life and Lesson Plans by: Faith Berens2020A4Serving with Love and Loving to Serve by: Dennis Gundersen2020A5Building a Solid Math Foundation by: Kathleen Lawler2020B2Hlep! My Kid Can't Spell by: Faith Berens2020B3Ready, Set, GO! by: Danna Swartz2020B4When Readers Struggle, What Parents Can Do by: Rebecca Lowrey2020C1Laying Down the Rails: The Power of Good Habits in Your Homeschool by: Sonya Shafer2020C2Practical Help and Guidance for Homeschooling High School Students with Special Needs by: Faith Berens2020C3Help! I Have to Feed My Family by: Angi Bates2020C4Three Things Biblical Fathers Must Do, Teach and Exemplify to Their Children by: Tim and Angie Bates2020C5Inclusive History: What is it, Why it Matters and How Can You Implement it? by: Latrice Ingram2020C6The Place of Great Literature in Character Building by: Dennis Gundersen2020D1Habit-Training Yourself: Good Habits are Not Just for Kids by: Sonya Shafer2020D2The Missing Ingredient in Reading Instruction by: Faith Berens2020D4Building a Good Conscience in Your Child by: Dennis Gundersen2020D5History of Homeschooling in Nebraska by: David Lostroh2020F1One Word Can Change Everything: The by: Sonya Shafer2020F2Teaching Struggling Learners at Home: Nuts and Bolts for Success by: Faith Berens2020F3Finding Peace in a Digital World: How to Bullet Journal by: Nicole McNair2020F4Quitting the Herd by: Amy Juett2020F5Phonemic Awareness: Building Blocks to Phonics by: Gwelda Carlson2020G1When More is Less: A Call to Simplicity in Your Schedule, Your Home and Your Children's Education by: Sonya Shafer2020G2What Every Homeschooling Parent Needs to Know About Accommodations for Students with Disabilities by: Faith Berens2020G3Education and Careers in Construction by: Rick Willet2020G5Libraries Are More Than Books: Finding Online Treasures in Lincoln Libraries by: Vicki Clarke2020G6Speed Mentoring - Mom's Discussion Panel by: 2020K1Charlotte Mason and Her Methods by: Sonya Shafer This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.

Give your child what is most important. Instead of academic or social pressures, Charlotte Mason encouraged mothers to give their little ones a full six years of developing good habits, getting acquainted with nature, exploring with the five senses, growing in their spiritual lives, and more. Learn how to give your child a quiet growing time.

This encouraging workshop offers ideas for how to make homeschooling fit with your family’s unique situation and needs as well as your teaching style and your children’s learning styles. Faith offers suggestions for scheduling, time management, organization, and teaching children of different ages simultaneously.

ID: 2020A5
Friday;
Mar. 6, 2020
$4.00

Who is going to build a house by starting with the walls? Without a solid foundation, those walls may hold up for a bit but eventually will come crashing down. Math is a lot like building a house. We need to start with a strong foundation and build up from there. It doesn’t have to be hard! Come and see how easy it is to teach math.

ID: 2020B2
Friday;
Mar. 6, 2020
$4.00

Learn the importance of spelling and presents the developmental stages of spelling. She also shares various strategies, techniques, and fun, hands-on, multi-sensory methods for spelling practice, as well as specialized spelling programs and strategies to help you transform “I am a terrible speller” into “I am a good speller!”

ID: 2020B3
Friday;
Mar. 6, 2020
$4.00

How to start, where to find curriculum, when to school, and what a typical day looks like are some of the areas discussed. Get an understanding of Rule 13 (Nebraska) and gain valuable information for your homeschool journey. This workshop is a MUST for new homeschoolers!

There are approximately 70 behaviors readers encounter when they struggle and there are hundreds of researched-strategies that parents and teachers can implement! BUT how to pinpoint where the reader struggles can be a struggle in and of itself, not to mention which strategy to try! The good news is that certain strategies are linked to certain behaviors and it is possible to assess, create a personalized plan, and improve reading as a result. You will receive a brief introduction to the most common reading problems students encounter and a handful of tools to help them overcome the struggle.

Discover the secret to smooth and easy days: habit training. Learn how to instill good habits, which habits Charlotte Mason encouraged parents to cultivate in their children, and practical tips for cultivating the Top Three.

This workshop addresses some of the challenges associated with teaching struggling or atypical learners at home in the high school years. Do you have questions such as “How do I award my child with special needs a diploma?” or “What do I do since my child with dyslexia can’t read typical high school level material?” Faith discusses alternative coursework, specialized curricula and learning materials, assistive technology, transcript options, possible graduation guidelines, high school programs for special learners, and post–high school options. She also offers tips for navigating the process of applying for testing accommodations for College Board tests.

ID: 2020C3
Friday;
Mar. 6, 2020
$4.00

Come get ideas for healthy, nutritious meals for the busy homeschool mother.You will get new recipes, meal planning ideas and also learn how to incorporate sour dough in your daily routine. Take home recipes and your own sour dough starter.

What if the filters with which we look at history could be changed? What if there was far more to the old familiar and famous history stories we learned as kids and chances are, we are currently still teaching our kids? What if we could tell the stories of history and not leave out any of the key players, including people of color who made and are making huge contributions to our nation?Join this interactive workshop as we define Inclusive History, discuss why it matters and plan ways to implement it into your current history studies.

Homeschooling families are often heard saying, “The older books are so much better!” Is that really true? Why do people say this? This workshop explains what it is about Christian books from the 19th and 18th centuries that makes them unique, so rich in content, and helpful for the formation of godly character. The result is, you'll learn how you can best use literature from that era and, in fact, the great literature from every era, to promote Christian character in your children.

Yes, we want our children to have good habits, but many of us parents struggle with habits in our own lives. Take a look at four powerful pictures that give insight into how habits are formed and what to do about your bad habits. Learn the three most important words to keep in mind when habit-training. Discover how to instill your own good habits that will serve you well and help your days run smoothly.

ID: 2020D2
Saturday;
Mar. 7, 2020
$4.00

Do you have a child who just isn’t getting phonics—or is struggling with beginning reading instruction? Or perhaps you have a child who has sloppy speech or doesn’t seem to hear things correctly? Poor phonemic awareness could be partly to blame. This session provides parent-teachers with an understanding of phonemic awareness skills and how these skills (or lack thereof) impact a child’s ability to become a proficient reader. Participants receive a phonemic awareness assessment that they can use at home, take part in interactive activities in order to “play” with phonemic awareness, and receive a list of curriculum, materials, and games that address these important, foundational skills.

ID: 2020E6
Saturday;
Mar. 7, 2020
$4.00

Southeast Community College Exhibitor Workshop - no description available

ID: 2020F1
Saturday;
Mar. 7, 2020
$4.00

When Sonya realized how Charlotte Mason defined strong-willed vs. weak-willed, it completely changed her attitude toward her children. If you feel like you are constantly butting heads in a battle of the wills, this session could revolutionize how you view your child. Discover helpful ideas that can relieve the tension, refresh your perspective, and restore the peace.

This workshop offers practical resources, lists of materials, and curricula to equip you as you work with a struggling learner in your homeschool. Faith explains multi-sensory teaching methods, direct instruction, modeled teaching, and “scaffolding” instruction. She also shares ideas for designing a unique home instruction program tailored to your child’s specific challenges.

Have you wondered what all the hype about regarding Bullet Journals? Come to this interactive workshop to find out all about it. Learn how to organize task lists, journal plans, and stay on top of projects with a Bullet Journal. This workshop will focus on strategies to improve time management, self-care, and habit tracking while you create your own bullet journal. Each attendee will receive their own notebook, pens, and extras to take home. There will also be a drawing for one free official Bullet Journal notebook!

We will discuss what children need to know before phonics instruction, how to layer phonemic awareness on phonics instruction, and hands-on activities to help children hear, segment, and blend sounds. Includes hearing initial and ending sounds, sound boxes, rhyming, word families, counting syllables in words, and counting words in sentences. Techniques to enhance learning through movement and multi-sensory activities will be reviewed.

ID: 2020G3
Saturday;
Mar. 7, 2020
$4.00

Two contractors describe how to get into the construction trades.

You have searched the library's catalog and placed holds on books, but did you know there is so much more you can access on the library's web page? Libraries subscribe to many online resources that are available for you to use from the convenience of your own home. Discover how to access new software knowledge and technical learning, enhance your reading lists, learn 100 languages, even access a live tutor, plus much more. It is all available with your library card—and learn how you can get one too!

ID: 2020G6
Saturday;
Mar. 7, 2020
$4.00

Come with your most questionable questions for this distinguished panel of experienced homeschool mothers. The format will be a town hall setting with questions answered in two minutes or less. Line up, let’s go!

ID: 2020K1
Friday;
Mar. 6, 2020
$4.00

Join Sonya for a practical and encouraging overview of the simple yet effective methods used in the Charlotte Mason approach. Learn about Charlotte and experience using her methods for yourself during the session.

Conference:

Linn County Expo Center, Albany, Oregon
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 28 through 29, 2019

OR-2019 Walking in Freedom

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
Recording ID: 19-SET
Original Price: $225.00
Set Price: $99.00

2019 Complete Conference Set

Get the entire set of all recordings from the 2019 Oregon Christian Home Education Conference for one special price.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 19-01Education: Does God Have an Opinion? by: Israel Wayne19-02Freedomship Education: Rebuilding Your Education Paradigm by: Andrew Pudewa19-101Nurturing Competent Communicators: The Power of Linguistic Patterns by: Andrew Pudewa19-103The Essentials of Special Education Homeschooling by: Peggy Ployhar19-104Busy Bags and Blessed Moms by: Tauna Meyer19-105Raising Children to Be Intentional Christians in a “Whatever” World by: Zan Tyler19-106The Power of Affirmation by: Israel Wayne19-117Thriving in Higher Education by: Gutenberg College19-123Living by Design by: Adventurous Life19-124Simplify the Writing Process: Help for the Busy Parent by: BJU Press/HomeWorks by Precept 19-125Conversations That Lead to Truth, Goodness, and Beauty by: Classical Conversations 19-201Pitchin' a Fit: Overcoming Angry and Stressed-Out Parenting by: Israel Wayne19-202High School Grades, Credits, and Transcripts by: Lee Binz19-203How to Write an IEP and Then Use It Effectively in Your Homeschool by: Peggy Ployhar19-204Happy at Home: Four Elements of a Superb Preschool Experience by: Zan Tyler19-205The Importance of Understanding Learning Styles by: Ashley Wiggers19-206The Four Language Arts by: Andrew Pudewa19-217Aptitude or Attitude, Is This CAN'T or WON'T? by: Help Elevate Learning Processing, Inc. 19-301Teaching Boys and Other Children Who Would Rather Make Forts All Day by: Andrew Pudewa19-302High School Testing Simply Explained by: Lee Binz19-303Customizing Your Special Education Curriculum by: Peggy Ployhar19-304Ten Lessons I Learned on the Way to Jail by: Zan Tyler19-305Choosing Your Homeschool Style by: Brook Wayne19-306Raising G-Rated Sons in an R-Rated World (**Men only**) by: Joe Tyler19-401However Imperfectly: Lessons Learned From Three Decades of Teaching by: Andrew Pudewa19-402Homeschool Records That Open Doors by: Lee Binz19-403Biblical Encouragement for the Special Needs Parent by: Peggy Ployhar19-404Laughter Is the Best Medicine: Marriage Lessons from Real Life by: Zan Tyler, Joe Tyler19-40510 Benefits of a Natural Approach to Teaching by: Ashley Wiggers19-406Is Homeschooling Just for Women? (Dad's Session) by: Israel Wayne19-417Building a Historical Theater Program by: HomeLink Yakima19-501Common Mistakes Christian Parents Make by: Israel Wayne19-502College Applications Simply Explained by: Lee Binz19-503Homeschooling Special Needs High School by: Peggy Ployhar19-504Technology in Your Homeschool: Safety, Balance, and Some Cool Ideas by: Aaron and Tauna Meyer19-505Life in the Fiery Furnace: How to Avoid Homeschool Burnout by: Zan Tyler19-506Leaving a Legacy: The Vision of the Homeschool Dad and Husband by: Joe Tyler19-517Irlen: A Piece of Your Child's Puzzle? by: Positive Learning Solutions—Irlen & SOI 19-522Experience Excellence in Writing by: Institute for Excellence in Writing19-523Family-Friendly Mission Trips and How to Learn Spanish by: Living Waters Spanish 19-524About to Burn Out? Help for Homeschool Success by: BJU Press/HomeWorks by Precept 19-525Math: Filling in the Gaps by: Math-U-See 19-527Aptitude or Attitude, Is This CAN'T or WON'T? by: Help Elevate Learning Processing, Inc. 19-601Being Salt and Light Families by: Israel Wayne19-602Super Scholarships for Humble Homeschoolers by: Lee Binz19-603Life Skills and Transition Planning for Homeschool Special Education by: Peggy Ployhar19-604The Leadership Legacy by: Zan Tyler, Joe Tyler19-605Freedom From Fear by: Joyce Padilla19-606Reaching The Reluctant Writer by: Andrew Pudewa19-617Discovering Effective Learning Styles and More by: HomeLink Yakima This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.

Many think good readers will naturally become good writers. Others think writing talent is a natural ability. Both are myths. History and research show clearly how good writers have developed. What two critical things can you do to develop a high level of aptitude from a young age and into high school? With humor and insight, Andrew will share two easy but powerful things that build language patterns and nurture competent communicators.

Conference:

Northwest Nazarene University Nampa, Idaho
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 7 through 8, 2019

2019 Homeschool Idaho Convention - Highlights

Presented by: Homeschool Idaho
Recording ID: 19-000
Original Price: $175.50
Set Price: $80.00

Complete 2019 Convention Set

With this purchase you can download and listen to any and all of the adult sessions from the 2019 Homeschool Idaho Convention (for personal use only). Two sessions were not available for the set: Tyler Hogan's History Starts Here, and Nancy Manos' Hands-on Making Lapbooks. Young adult sessions are not included in this set. The sessions stay in your Alliance Recordings account for at least three years.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 19-01Loving, Learning, and Laughing by: Rachael Carman19-02Invasion of the Conviction Snatchers by: Todd Wilson19-03This, We Believe by: Todd Wilson19-04Soaring Beyond Survival by: Rachael Carman19-11Playing Academic Catch-up with Teens by: Beverly Parrish19-12Irresistible Parenting by: Todd Wilson19-13Seven Simple Steps to Sanity by: Rachael Carman19-14Exploring Creation by: Davis Carman19-16Getting Started in Homeschooling by: Janelle Knutson19-17You Are Enough! Encouragement for the Homeschool Mom by: Nancy Manos19-21Secrets of the Boy Whisperer by: Beverly Parrish19-22Lies Homeschoolers Believe by: Todd Wilson19-23How Liberal Arts Prepares You for the Job Market by: Ben Merkle19-24The First Five Years of Homeschooling (I Mean Parenting) by: Davis Carman19-26Organizing your Homeschool by: Janelle Knutson19-27Curriculum Approaches by: Nancy Manos19-31Can I Help My Child with Special Needs? by: Beverly Parrish19-32What's Next? - Helping Your Children Choose the Best Route After Graduation by: Todd Wilson19-33Stand by Your Man by: Rachael Carman19-34Math - Filling in the gaps by: Sue Wachter19-36How to Homeschool when Life is Difficult by: Janelle Knutson19-41Preparing Your Child to Read Well by: Beverly Parrish19-42Taming the Techno-Beast - Parenting in the INTERNET Age by: Todd Wilson19-43Pace vs. Perseverance by: Rachael Carman19-44Small Homeschool Co-ops: Enrichment for the Learning by: Nancy Manos19-46Homeschooling Multiple Grades without Losing your by: Janelle Knutson19-47Story Prompts to Kickstart Your Fiction by: JoEllen Claypool19-51Strategies for Struggling Learners: Creating a helpful learning environment in their heads and in your home by: Beverly Parrish19-52How to Homeschool What you Believe by: Todd Wilson19-53What About THAT Child? by: Rachael Carman19-54Curriculum, Transcripts, Diplomas…Oh My! by: Linda Patchin19-56Homeschooling Big Kids with Little Ones Underfoot by: Janelle Knutson19-57Have Fun Writing Facts: Cross-Curricular Nonfiction by: Carol Peterson19-61Reading Strategies for Struggling Learners by: Beverly Parrish19-62An Unbeatable Homeschool Team by: Todd Wilson19-63Attention, Obsessive-Compulsive, Perfectionist, Control-Freaks: CHILL OUT by: Rachael Carman19-64Math and Art Connection by: Sue Wachter19-66Homeschooling the Preschooler by: Janelle Knutson19-67The Price is Right (for Support Group Leaders) by: Nancy Manos This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
ID: 19-13
Friday;
Jun. 7, 2019
$4.50

Ever feel like you are about to lose your mind as a stay-at-home mom? There’s so much to do and so little time! How do you balance it all? How do you know what to do and what not to do? Laugh along with Rachael as you see how insane our culture is and how peaceful walking with God can be.