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Piccadilly Puppets

July 13, 2016

Piccadilly Puppets offers a variety of educational and entertaining puppet shows that we can bring to groups throughout the state of Georgia and occasionally neighboring states. Our shows are for preschool and elementary school children and their families. We blend original content with curriculum. We will have puppets on display that children can try manipulating

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School of the Seven Sages

The School of the Seven Sages is a private hybrid home school program. Students spend 2.5 days per week at school where they study a classical curriculum taught by licensed teachers serving as tutors. The balance of the week is spent at home learning under their parents’ guidance.

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Georgia HOPE, Zell Miller Scholarship and Move on When Ready Program

July 9, 2016

Speaker: Ben Meadows Overview of Georgia’s HOPE, Zell Miller and Move on When Ready Program eligibility, awards and opportunities.

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Kids Learning in the Kitchen

Speaker: Tammy Snyder Tammy will share a simple system for planning and preparing healthy meals for your family while incorporating lessons in budgeting and making healthy choices. You will get to experience a hands on demonstration. You will leave with ideas for educating your children through fun, hands on activities for the kitchen and store.

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Sleepy River Music

July 8, 2016

I teach in home, studio, and video piano lessons. For in home lessons, I serve the Atlanta, GA metro area. Studio lessons are available in Sandy Springs. Live video lessons are available remotely via FaceTime, Skype, and Google Chat. Website: Play the Piano Today/Sleepy River Music

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Another Mistake? Teach Excellence without Oppressing Your Child

Speaker: Cynthia L. Simmons As homeschool moms we long for our children to reach excellence, but there’s a fine line between high goals and perfectionism. In this class, Cynthia shares what a good home looks like and how to encourage without breaking your child’s spirit.

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Cover Their Eyes and Ears: Teach Your Children to Think

Speaker: Cynthia L. Simmons As mothers we long to protect our children from the ungodly philosophies sweeping our nation. Cynthia will give you invaluable tools to prepare your child to discern truth from error.

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Building Young Learners with Foldables

Speaker: Dr. Rhonda Meyer Vivian Foldables are a great tool for early childhood classrooms—learn how to use new materials and tried-and-true strategies in this engaging session. Cut, fold and more as you make thoughtful decisions to foster active learning engagement of early childhood learners. Leave with multiple examples of materials you can use with young

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Come Learn What’s New in SAT and AP

Speaker: Lynn Demmons The College Board strongly encourages equity and access as a guiding principle that gives all willing and academically prepared students the opportunity to participate in rigorous coursework. Learn about new resources that can be used to enhance a rigorous curriculum for all –such as AP Capstone, Khan Academy and AP Insight. You

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