Friday & Saturday
Jun. 7 through 8, 2019
Set Price: $80.00
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.
Jun. 7, 2019
This workshop takes you step-by-step through the process of getting started in homeschooling. From visiting HSLDA and the Homeschool Idaho websites for information on how to homeschool legally, to finding a support group, picking curriculum and setting up a home for homeschooling, this workshop covers it all!
Homeschooling jargon can be confusing even for seasoned homeschool parents. In this workshop, Nancy will give an overview of many of the most common curriculum approaches including textbook, unit studies, classical, Charlotte Mason/living books, eclectic, and relaxed/delight-directed learning. We will also go over examples of curriculum and resources that tend to work best with each approach.
Jun. 8, 2019
Some children practically teach themselves to read, but most will need to begin with good preparation and continue with sustained instruction along the way. Before beginning to work with a phonics curriculum, there are helpful things you can do right now to ensure that your child is prepared to read successfully. Learn more about the value of pre-reading skills, what those skills are, and what to look for in a sound, thorough phonics curriculum.
Jun. 8, 2019
Homeschooling one child can be a challenge but throw in multiple children and things can get crazy. If you are overwhelmed with homeschooling several children then find encouragement and practical tips in this workshop. Janelle Knutson, veteran homeschool mom of seven children, will share how to homeschool multiple grades without losing your mind.