Next week is the Australian Homeschooling Summit – and you are all invited! It is a free online event over two weeks (between 15th and 27th May). We are all busy mums so taking in one session a day is a great idea! You can join us from wherever you are in the world – how easy is that! Sign up here to gain access to all the free, live workshops.
Great Line up of Topics
13 homeschool mums from across Australia, all with different experiences and passions will be sharing on a wide variety of topics.
- Designing your own personalized homeschool
- Raising kids of strong character (this one is my presentation!)
- Get out from the “Mother Load”
- Unschoolilng: Birth to 5
- What about University
- Nurturing a Love of Literature
- Homeschooling Multiples
- 10 unforgettable lessons I’ve learned from homeschooling parents
- Natural Learning: Simply Living
- How to make Homeschool Groups Work
- Respectful Parenting
- Unschooling our Children, Deschooling Ourselves
- Preparing your homeschooled or unschooled teen for university
What a great line up of topics!
On top of that – if you can’t make it you can buy the whole kit-and-caboodle! When you buy a ticket for the Summit you still get access to the free workshops, but you will be able to listen to them again, or catch up on ones you’ve missed – plus there is a bundle of extras just for those who purchase a ticket. It is a good deal! 50% discount if you buy before Saturday 13th!
My Session is on Character
As I said – my topic is Raising kids of Strong Character. If you’ve been reading my blog for a while you will know that intentionally teaching kids character is one of my passions. In preparing my bonus package for this Summit one of my kids suddenly realized how intentional I was – he thought it was just something we did! It was a funny family moment. I’m pretty excited about sharing this at the Summit – and I have prepared a lesson planner for all who come to the session, a cheat sheet bundle for those who buy a ticket and an extra bonus for those who sign up for my newsletter. I hope you can join me on 16th May, Tuesday 1.00pm NSW time
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Further Reading about Character
Though you can do a quick search on my blog for all posts about character I’m listing three of my top posts to help you get an overview of this important issue.
How to Help your Kids Grow in Character If you want your kids to grow in character you need to do more than teach a good character lesson. Character is built by making daily choices.
7 Character Responses for Married People: Character for married people is when we act towards our spouse based on our value system.
5 Character Traits for Busy Women: Busyness robs us of our intentionality and purpose. We need to focus on positive character traits to find balance.