The NHHC 2016 Spring Workshop
Saturday, May 7, 2016, 9:30-3:00
at the Activity Center at St. Elizabeth Seton Church, 190 Meetinghouse Road, Bedford, New Hampshire
9:30- 10:00 Registration
Coffee will be available
So You Want to be a Homeschooler?
Rebecca Rupp has a Ph.D. in cell biology and biochemistry and is the author of nearly two dozen books, both for children and adults, including several on homeschooling. There is, of course, no one right way to homeschool – but there are many different approaches, all with their pros and cons. Rebecca will talk about these – and approach the question of whether homeschooling is really right for you and your kids. It’s not an easy decision. Becky Rupp, author of several books on homeschooling, and her husband Randy homeschooled their three sons from birth through college. They’re all fine. And they’re all still speaking to us.
Displays of homeschooling materials, free catalogs, and information form New Hampshire organizations, museums, nature centers and more. Lunch at area restaurants, or bring a brown bag.
1:00-2:15 A Homeschooling Sampler and New Hampshire Homeschooling Law
This session starts with a brief overview of the New Hampshire homeschooling law. Then a panel of homeschooling parents talk about their teaching methods and homeschooling styles. How did they get started? What works for them? What doesn’t? You in the audience should be ready with your questions.
Admission is $10 if pre-registered, $15 at the door. Register below using a credit/debit card or PayPal, or send your name, address, and a check made out to NHHC for $10 per attendee to Karen Deighan, NHHC Workshop, 62 Moultonville Road, Center Ossipee, NH 03814. Pre-registrations must be received by Thursday, May 5!
As a courtesy to others, young children are discouraged from attending. Except for totally nursing babies, every person will be charged admission.
For additional info, contact Amy Gall, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 838-5081.