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Simple Faith Ministries

Gina Burmeier

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Gina Burmeier began her homeschool adventure nearly 15 years ago. With 2 in college, she is currently homeschooling her youngest, Ryan, a high school Junior. Being a mother of three with diverse interests and talents, she is familiar with different learning styles and has used a wide variety of curriculum. She has always enjoyed working with children in a variety of ways, including church activities such as VBS, children’s nursery, and teaching Sunday school. She is always involved with her own children’s activities, such as speech and debate, music, 4-H, competitive dance and tumbling, and basketball. Having started a homeschooling group in her area, she stays busy organizing field trips and planning activities as well as advising new homeschoolers in her area. She began traveling with her family to conventions 9 years ago and has thoroughly enjoyed meeting and talking with so many homeschool families. During busy season at Rainbow, she is also is a part-time consultant in the office. It has been such a blessing and privilege to teach her children at home and witness God’s grace as they continue to grow in the Lord.

Teaching Your Child to Read (Saturday)

Speaker:  Lorie Delk
Based on over 25 years of experience teaching hundreds of children to read, the co-authors of the Up-Words Reading curriculum discuss the key components necessary to teach a child to read.

Teaching Your Child to Read (Friday)

Speaker:   Jessica Kersting
Based on over 25 years of experience teaching hundreds of children to read, the co-authors of the Up-Words Reading curriculum discuss the key components necessary to teach a child to read.

Thinking Like a Historian (and why it matters!)

Speaker:  Dr. Annette Laing
STEM subjects are all the rage, but did you know that the top colleges (including tech schools) put a lot of emphasis on the humanities? Former professor Annette Laing explains why, and shows how she gets kids excited about thinking historically!