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The Value of Homeschool Conventions
Cheer up! Homeschool convention season is just around the corner! Homeschool conventions are a great place to learn what went wrong and to share the excitement of what went right during your homeschooling year. You can learn how to get better organized, find new answers to puzzling problems, grow encouraged, and do what homeschooling moms love to do most-shop for new school materials!
Should Christians Attend Secular Homeschool Conferences?
A Christian homeschooling mom talks about the issue of Christians attending secular homeschool conferences. She relates her own personal experience of attending the Homeschool Association of California conference, and how it expanded her perception of this type of event. She also gives some caveats for those who are concerned about what they or their teens might hear at a secular conference.
Why Attend a Homeschool Convention?
Some great reasons for attending a homeschool convention, including fellowship, encouragement, educating yourself, and getting to take a look at new curriculum.
Getting the Most Out of Your Homeschool Conference
A great primer on how to get the most out of attending a homeschool conference. Details who should go with you, how to prepare for the event, convention manners, what to expect at the convention, networking opportunities, and what to do once the conference is over.
Homeschooling Conferences: Learning, Bonding, and Recharging
Dawn Davis talks about her own experience attending homeschooling conferences and how they can recharge you and help prevent burn-out. She also discusses the benefits of teens attending conferences.
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The Value of Homeschool Conventions
Cheer up! Homeschool convention season is just around the corner! Homeschool conventions are a great place to learn what went wrong and to share the excitement of what went right during your homeschooling year. You can learn how to get better organized, find new answers to puzzling problems, grow encouraged, and do what homeschooling moms love to do most-shop for new school materials!
Homeschooling Conferences: Learning, Bonding, and Recharging
Dawn Davis talks about her own experience attending homeschooling conferences and how they can recharge you and help prevent burn-out. She also discusses the benefits of teens attending conferences.
Getting the Most Out of Your Homeschool Conference
A great primer on how to get the most out of attending a homeschool conference. Details who should go with you, how to prepare for the event, convention manners, what to expect at the convention, networking opportunities, and what to do once the conference is over.
Why Attend a Homeschool Convention?
Some great reasons for attending a homeschool convention, including fellowship, encouragement, educating yourself, and getting to take a look at new curriculum.
Should Christians Attend Secular Homeschool Conferences?
A Christian homeschooling mom talks about the issue of Christians attending secular homeschool conferences. She relates her own personal experience of attending the Homeschool Association of California conference, and how it expanded her perception of this type of event. She also gives some caveats for those who are concerned about what they or their teens might hear at a secular conference.
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Enjoy thematic programming featuring expert speakers, breakout sessions, and connection building. Topic cover learning and lifestyle, tools and techniques, homeschooling joys and challenges, and a connection to the homeschool community. 

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