Wednesday, March 28, 2012 coooool!

I really do love homeschool conventions and conferences. Let me tell you about the newest, coolest one, yet. is what I'm talking about! 
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It's 365/24/7.  That's right. You can attend this convention whenever you want. Monday night when you can't sleep. The middle of July when it's over 100 degrees. Thanksgiving morning when you're still trying to get your bird to thaw. Anytime!

It's free. Yup. I don't think I really need to expound on this one much. I know there are a lot of conventions I'd like to attend, but can't financially. This convention is for my budget. No gas, no lodging, no child care, no admission charge.

Vendors. There are four exhibit halls where you can go from booth to booth with only a click of your mouse. You can speak to people in the booth "real time" or through messaging. You can put fliers in you tote for later download and sometimes the vendors will give you freebies or convention deals. Again, this will be year round, not just one weekend a year.
This is a picture of on of the exhibit halls:

Workshops. It looks like there will be at least four workshops a week. Again, they will be available 24/7, so you don't have to worry about which one to attend or which one to miss. You can attend them all!

Homeschool 101. A source for the questions you have about homeschooling.

Explore Curriculum has links to all the great reviews done by Home Educating Family. 


The Homeschool Convention just opened on Monday, March 26. Not everything is open quite yet. Most of the workshops, for instance, won't start until April and some resources until May. Even so, it is a great online resource and refreshment anytime you need it.

All you have to do is register and you have a Homeschool Convention at your finger tips!


Jenny said...

Thanks for such a kind post! We are so excited to be able to help homeschooling families in this way, especially missionary and military families around the world!

Lea Ann Garfias said...

Great explanation of the convention. We really hope everyone enjoys it as much as we do. Be sure to check out my personal favorite, Explore Curriculum room. : )

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