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The Homeschool Curriculum Summit with Renee Ellison

Tuesday, 02. May 2017 by Renee Ellison

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There is a wonderful online video conference this week, the first-ever Homeschool Curriculum Summit, a free event being hosted in association with the CHEC Colorado homeschool organization, May 3-10. My featured video, where I dialogue with hosts Todd Strawser and his wife Jessie in a session titled “Tips for Teaching Reading and Choosing the Right Program for Your Child,” will be launched this Saturday, May 6th at 3 pm CST. This is one of two dozen sessions you can watch online. If you’re not available at that time, you’ll have two days to watch it at your convenience at no charge. I hope you’ll join us! You can register now at www.HomeschoolSummits.com —and you might want to tell your friends who have young children who have yet to learn to read, if they want to make that journey easier!

But first, here’s a little about the purpose and the perks of the event.

The Homeschool Curriculum Summit team’s purpose is to bring Christian families the resources and encouragement they need to homeschool with confidence and pass on the faith to their children.

Where does that confidence come from? It’s a promise found throughout Scripture for those who build on the foundation of God’s truth. In Psalm 1 we read: “Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked, nor stands in the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of scoffers, but his delight is in the law of the Lord…. In all that he does, he prospers.” When families begin–and continue–their home education journey by centering it on Christ and His Word, they can have assurance that their investment will last into eternity.

The Homeschool Curriculum Summit brings that truth right down to the basics of how to decide which curriculum to use. Attendees will learn to evaluate curriculum options from a Christian worldview, identify the right fit for every subject, for every child, and therefore homeschool with confidence built on the foundation of God’s truth.

All of the video interviews with speakers (like myself) bring a Christ-centered focus to these topics:

  • Math
  • Science
  • Language Arts [including my discussion of the way reading is being taught, and an introduction to Fast Phonics!]
  • History & Social Studies
  • Finding the Right Tools for You

The whole event free if you sign up by May 3rd, and in addition to the video content, you’ll also get these bonuses:

  • An easy-to-search online vendor hall (with exclusive discounts)
  • Free e-book, Family Education, by Kevin Swanson
  • A private Facebook group to connect with other attendees

Sign up now to learn how to choose your educational tools with wisdom and a biblical perspective, so that you can have confidence in the Lord as you raise up the next generation of Christians. Please pass the word by forwarding this blog post–especially to anyone you know who is new to homeschooling!

Learn more and register for free (for a limited time only: today, Wednesday, May 3rd!) at www.HomeschoolSummits.com. Each session for each speaker continues to be available for two days after that initial launch for anytime you want to listen during the day or night. Registering for this free event is easy….just click on this and follow the directions.

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