At Homeschooling for Excellence 101, parents can get answers for their own personal situations from seasoned homeschool parents. Randi St. Denis and Kathy Lee lead this information packed event in 2013. There are some many questions when you are new to homeschooling… Where to begin, encouraging children to learn, filling a child’s time, and so much more! Every year, parents from around the state gather in the state capital learn the basics of homeschooling in Alabama. Want to learn more? Read about the schedule, speakers, and important topics covered at the Homeschooling for Excellence 101 conference coming this year in June.
So Many Workshops – So Little Time! Choose from Educating the Gifted Child, Homeschooling Special Needs, Making Learning Fun with Hands-On Activities, Homeschooling Dads Panel Discussion, and more! The Alabama Homeschool Expo is committed to bringing you the most enjoyable and informative homeschool and parenting workshops ever – all under one roof!
And after you have attended the workshops you can visit the large exhibitor hall for a hands on look at curriculum and books.
Learn to homeschool special needs children. Meet Randi St. Denis at the Alabama Homeschool Expo. Randi is recognized as an expert in the technical aspects of learning that allow every type of child, from special needs to gifted the opportunity to learn. She shows parents how to purchase materials that fit their child’s learning needs.
Discover ways to improve learning abilities and overcome stumbling blocks while attending the Children Who Struggle to Learn workshop. Important Handouts included.
Finishing the year strong is tough for mom and the kids! What better motivation than a weekend at the Alabama Homeschool Expo? Come meet like minded families, refresh your confidence, recharge your batteries!
There is no better time to start thinking about next year than when you are finishing this year. Bring your questions and your notebook and plan on attending some of the many workshops. Don’t forget to visit the large exhibit hall.
A good start on planning for next year means… more time for summer break!