Georgia Homeschooling Information, News, and Updates


Young Children Really Like Jumpstart!

September 8, 2010

http://www.jumpstart.com/ JumpStart is an award-winning adventure-based 3D virtual world that is super-personalized, wildly imaginative and really fun, but don’t let that fool you…

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Large List of Educational Websites

September 3, 2010

http://kidinfo.com/ The Web’s best student homework and teacher, parent reference resource: an educational card catalogue and web directory to the best Pre K-12…

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Homeschooling for Excellence 101

July 30, 2010

Yesterday, new homeschoolers or parents thinking about homeschooling were able to attend the Homeschooling for Excellence 101 one-day seminar at the 2010 Southeast Homeschool Expo.  Many parents came away encouraged and ready to start a totally new experience with their children – AND THEY WERE EXCITED!  Here is what some of them said: If you

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Workshop: How to Teach a Child to see God in Nature

July 28, 2010

Title: How to Teach a Child to see God in Nature Speaker/Affiliation: Nancy Riddle/Him Visible Date and Time: Friday, July 30th, 2010, 12:30 PM Description: This workshop will examine some of the reasons why children cannot see God in nature. It shares Nancy Riddle’s revelations & their impact on her discovery of God in nature.

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Workshop: Georgia 4H Environmental Education

Title: Georgia 4H Environmental Education Speaker/Affiliation: Melanie Biersmith/Georgia 4H Environmental Education Date and Time: Friday, July 30th, 2010, 1:45 PM Description: Georgia 4-H EE has provided high quality field studies for 30 years. Come learn how this program can enhance the three R’s in your classroom! The Georgia 4-H Environmental Education Program has provided high

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Workshop: How to Teach Latin

Title: How to Teach Latin Speaker/Affiliation: Tanya Charlton/Memoria Press Date and Time: Friday, July 30th, 2010, 1:45 PM Description: This workshop takes the teacher through the basics of teaching a Latin course using Memoria Press’ First Form Latin. It will also teach the parent with no Latin background how to teach Latin successfully. (Room 105)

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Workshop: Work at Home as Medical Transcriptionist

July 27, 2010

Title: Work at Home as a Medical Transcriptionist Speaker/Affiliation: Deborah Burns/The Medical Transcription Service Date and Time: Friday, July 30th, 2010, 1:45 PM Description: If you want to choose your own hours, have a business at home, work for our service, find clients easily & make great money, this class will get you started. Learn

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Workshop: Lapbooking/Notebooking with Any Curriculum

Title: Lapbooking/Notebooking with Any Curriculum Speaker/Affiliation: Tracee Wood Date and Time: Friday, July 30th, 2010, 1:45 PM Description: Get your children involved in their subjects. Appeal to all of their learning styles & help facilitate fun & fondness for your topics. Subjects accompanied by lapbooking are subjects that stay with your student. It’s not just

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Workshop: How to Deal With Children Who Are Whiners and Complainers

Title: How to Deal With Children Who Are Whiners & Complainers Speaker/Affiliation: Kelly Ling/Homeschooling Mom of 5 Date and Time: Friday, July 30th, 2010, 1:45 PM Description: Children who whine & complain their way through life can sap all the joy out of what a parent hoped would be an enjoyable homeschooling experience. Take heart!

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Workshop: How to Help Gifted Students More Effectively

July 26, 2010

Title: How to Help Gifted Students More Effectively Speaker/Affiliation: Randi St. Denis/Director, HEEA, Homeschooling Mother of 7 Date and Time: Friday, July 30th, 2010, 1:45 PM Description: Discover ways to help gifted children to achieve their potential without self destructing from stress. Gifted kids are children too! Sometimes they are more mature than anyone else

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