Rocky Mountain Homeschool Conference Considering homeschooling or just getting started? Come to the largest home education event in the region! Join thousands of others at the Rocky Mountain Homeschool Conference for three days full of home education and Christian family discipleship workshop sessions (90+ workshops with 25+ speakers), pharm a huge curriculum fair (with 200+ […]
The vendor hall can be an overwhelming place when you are new to a convention or aren’t sure what you are looking for. Jolanthe at Homeschool Creations has a great post to help you when you are choosing homeschool curriculum. Take a look at this post while you planning your shopping list for a convention. […]
Getting to shop for curriculum is one of the perks of attending a homeschool conference. Keeping track of prices and costs can be a little overwhelming. This free homeschool curriculum price comparison printable from Gricefully Homeschooling is really handy. You can check prices as your favorite online stores and compare to the conference prices to […]
When it’s time to pack for a convention it is easy to forget something. Having a list can be super helpful and Our Abundant Blessings has a free printable list of all the must have items to take with you for a homeschool conference.
If you are heading to a homeschool convention have you given any thought to what kind of food to take with you? Bringing your own food to the convention can be a great way to save some money and also manage food allergies or sensitivities in your family. Our Abundant Blessings has a free printable […]
Are you trying to figure out how to navigate the vendor hall or how to carry around your purchases? What about what kind of shoes to wear? Jolanthe shares her thoughts on these questions and more in how to get the most out of a homeschool convention.
One great thing about homeschool conventions is all the information that you can gather while you are there. But it can be hard to keep it all organized. Peace on the Creek Prairie has some wonderful homeschool convention printables to help you stay organized: curriculum planning sheets, treatment price comparison pages, workshop notes and more!
Getting ready for a homeschool convention takes a lot of planning: child care, buy food, viagra buy travel, and the speaker schedule. If you need some ideas on how to get everyone ready for the convention and how to spend your time once you get there then read Homeschool Conventions 101: How to Plan.
Planning to attend any homeschool conventions this year? Whether it’s your first time or your tenth time a a convention you will want to take advantage of the Homeschool Convention Survival Guide, a free e-book from Raising Arrows.
Ah, I can almost smell the crisp textbooks filling the vendor hall now. Yes friends, convention season is here and I’m so excited! Are you going to a convention this year? Oh, I sure hope so. There are so many great reasons to attend a Homeschool convention! It’s often that I hear families express a […]
Not sure what to pack for the homeschool convention? What to Bring to a Homeschool Convention has some ideas for things that you can grab and go without a lot of planning. If you need help planning to get the family ready to go, buy be sure to print off this homeschool convention packing list […]
I’m getting excited because it’s my favorite time of year. You know, the time of year where you start seriously thinking about that awesome homeschool convention you will attend and what curriculum you will select for next year. It’s one of my favorite parts of homeschooling…knowing that I get to make this choice without […]
It’s just about my favorite time of the year: convention season. Oh, how I LOVE to go to homeschool convention. I know, it’s kind of a funny obsession. I’ve gone to a convention before even getting pregnant, I’ve gone in 7 different states, and even gone to more than one in a year. Will you […]
I don’t know about you, but I’m not a big fan of paper and pencil planners. I was so excited with Teach Them Diligently shared this one! Best of all, you get 3 months FREE when you register for any of their 2014 conventions. Not sure you want to go? Read this post on why […]
I remember well my first homeschool convention. We didn’t book our hotel in time and ended up staying a few miles from the convention site. While this might not sound like a big deal, those few miles cost us BIG. Instead of spending hours in encouraging or practical sessions, we spent them in traffic. Instead […]