Organize Your Child In this workshop, participants will learn practical ways to teach our children organizational skills. Using the Bible and child development as a foundation parents will learn easy ways to teach their child how to be organized and better prepared for life.
Inspiring the Writer in Your Child In this fun and inspiring workshop, Carter, a columnist, author and freelance writer shares ways she has motivated reluctant home-schoolers to become proactive writers. This workshop is based on her teaching writing in her home-school co-op and her children's freelance writing experience.
Helping Your ADD/ADHD Child Succeed In this workshop, Carter will share practical ways parents of ADD/ADHD can help organize their children and get them to stay on task with their schoolwork and so much more. This is based on her new book, Organize Your ADD/ADHD Child.
Getting Organized and Staying Organized Let’s face it Organizing is something every homeschooling mom has to deal with constantly. What are some practical ways that we can finally be on top of everything. Come and learn some practical ways to finally conquer the disorganization monster.
Extraordinary Writing In this workshop, Carter will share key writing skills elementary and middle school children need to develop to be critical thinker. Participants will also find out about ways ( and specific publications) so that your children’s writing can be published.
Creative and Critical Writing for the College Bound Student Research shows that college success depends largely on reading and writing skills. In this practical workshop Carter shares some essential writing skills our homeschool college bound teens need to successfully navigate college.
Don’t stop Now! Ten reason Why You Should Homeschool through High School High school can be the best time for you and your child. Come and learn how to finish your homeschool journey strong. This workshop will be both practical and inspirational.
Essential Study Skills For the College-Bound Students Parents will learn how to help their students learn how to organize their school work, the proper way to take notes, ace exams, recall information easily, manage their time and improve study effectiveness.
Fun and Effective Ways to Teach Language Arts This workshop explores some of the fun and effective ways to teach spelling, grammar, vocabulary, phonics, reading and word attack skills using games and accelerated learning techniques to improve retention, memory and learning
Fun Ways to Teach Math Especially for Those Who Hate Math. This workshop explores some of the fun and effective ways to teach basic arithmetic (including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division), pre-algebra, algebra and geometry). Emphasis will be placed on understanding mathematical concepts and applying them to real life.
Writing across the Curriculum Appropriate particularly for home educating parents and teachers. This class teaches how to intersperse writing through the curriculum for middle school and high school students
Parenting in this Media Age Facebook, Twitter, Linkedn, blogging and other forms of social media. Come learn how to parent wisely being aware of these tools and many more and how they can be used for God’s glory. Sage advice from a former social media phobia.