Have you ever thought about educating your children from home? Maybe you have a friend or family member who homeschools. Perhaps you’ve discussed it as parents and you’re considering teaching your child or children from home for a year or more. If you’re on the fence about homeschooling, or not really sure how homeschooling impacts children, take some time to check out Nicole from HalfMomHalfAmazing’s “Homeschool Webinar Summit.” The summit is free. There is no cost and you’ll gain some rich information about how real moms make homeschooling work. Also, the webinar is 100% completely online, which means you can listen and watch the conversations on your own time.
Day 1 of the Homeschool Webinar Summit features
Lynda is an inspirational Mom of 4. During the Homeschool Webinar Summit Lynda shares how to instill a love of learning in children. Her tips are practical and backed by scientific research. You’ll gain a great understanding about the foundation of Homeschooling.
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Day 2 of the Homeschool Webinar Summit
The second day of the Homeschool Webinar Summit is brought to you by yours truly. I’ve homeschooled my daughters for 3 years. Next year will be our fourth year. The time goes by so quickly, I remember when they were in preschool learning while we took daily walks. I love sharing tips about how to reach your homeschooling goals. I’ve learned a lot from our days homeschooling and I’m always happy to share what I learn with other parents, so please check out the webinar and let me know what you think.
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Everyday this week, there will be a new mom sharing her homeschooling tricks and tips with you. Some moms will discuss unschooling and unconventional homeschooling ideas. So please sign-up and tell a friend about the homeschool webinar summit.
The Homeschool Webinar is found online through the following link.
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Still interested in homeschooling? Well, here are some tips on how to homeschool on a budget:
— Cleverly Changing (@Cleverlychangin) February 11, 2017
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