Can you feel the spring in the air? I can! And, if you've been around homeschooling long enough, you know that can only mean one thing.... It's almost convention time!
Conventions are great for allowing you a chance to do continuing education, find new curriculum by browsing through book upon book, and getting to interact with fellow homeschoolers.
I will be attending three conventions this year, and I would love to meet you! If you are in these areas, be sure to put them on your calendar and make a point to stop by and say hi!
Of course, I will be teaching classes at all of these, too. These are some of the topics I'll be covering:
YOU are your child's best Counselor! Stay on top of continuing education by visiting a homeschool conference this year.
Conventions are such a great time to get encouragement - and to get your questions answered, too! Look at these fun people I've met in the past. And, I'd love to meet you, too! I love meeting homeschoolers!
I hope you'll come see me and say hello!
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You can take my free class, Homeschool Records that Open Doors , to learn about creating comprehensive homeschool records. That class includes a $50 coupon
People are getting back their SAT scores now, and I know it can be a bit confusing. Let me give you the simple explanation for SAT essay score results.
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