Christmas Goals and New Year's Resolutions for Your Homeschool
Lee Binz, The HomeScholar presenting an online training course "Christmas Goals and New Year's Resolutions" to will demonstrate how to handle school during the month of December.
Seattle, WA (I-Newswire) December 19, 2013 - 'Tis the Season for family, friends and festivities! You can still have a great time and a meaningful holiday without losing track of your grand plan for college! In her online training course, "Christmas Goals and New Year's Resolutions", homeschool author and consultant Lee Binz will demonstrate how to handle school during the month of December. She will give you ideas for a lighter version of academics that she calls "Christmas School". Once you feel both relaxed and confident about December, then she will give you some New Year's Resolutions to work on. These resolutions will be SO EASY, you can finish them in a day!
Homeschool mom Shelley Choate says, "Wonderful concept! Before this, I couldn't imagine how I was going to balance homeschooling my 16 yr old, maintain our Christmas traditions, attend church events and still have down time. This is full of great ideas to prioritize, shift gears, and not feel like anything or anyone gets forgotten this time of year. The Christmas goals give you fun suggestions to keep the student's momentum going. The resolutions for the New Year are a sensible 're-set' to keep long-term goals on track and not miss deadlines. A MUST for holiday sanity!!!"
Christmas Goals and New Year's Resolutions is part of The HomeScholar's Parent Training A la Carte series. It is an exclusive offering of online training webinars covering all the difficult topics you'll encounter homeschooling middle school and high school. Each presentation includes an online video presentation, downloadable audio, handouts, transcription, additional reading and resources. And the best part is each presentation is just $15! Learn essential information that will enable you to get the most out of your homeschool. Feel completely confident in your ability to homeschool your child through graduation and successfully launch them into college and life!
Lee Binz is The HomeScholar. Her mission is "helping parents homeschool high school." Her help with transcripts and course descriptions prepares homeschoolers for success in college admission and scholarships. Lee is a firm believer that homeschooling provides the best possible learning environment, and that parents are capable of providing a superior education for their children. Her dynamic presentations leave parents feeling confident and capable. She can be found online at www.TheHomeScholar.com.
Contact: Elizabeth Binz
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17927 Marine View Drive SW
Phone : (206) 409-3767
Published On:December 19, 2013
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