Prepare to be blessed! The Expo is jam-packed with encouragement to help you on your life journey with your kids, even if you aren’t homeschooling. All sessions are recorded and can be accessed at your leisure.
I was lucky enough to win my own ticket earlier this year. I only have one problem---finding the time and wherewithal to listen to all these great talks! I’m hoping that with summer here, I can get some quality listening time in. I think I’ll start with the “Exceptional Children” set, featuring:
- Felice Gerwitz: Learning Science and Loving It
- Meredith Curtis: Teaching History
- Annie Eskeldson: Therapy for My Child
- Sharon Jeffus: Artistically Gifted
- Kathy Kuhl: Understanding Your Child’s Learning Struggles
- Jennifer Janes: Multisensory Homeschooling for Children with Special Needs
- Kathie Morrissey: Sibling Squabbles in the Schoolroom
- just to name a few, there are hours and hours of material in this set alone!
The Ultimate Homeschool Expo is a year long event that just keeps growing---a whole year’s worth of great content, including the Creation Expo, the Transformation Expo, and more. I’m told you can listen to it on your Smartphone (I still have a dumbphone, so I can’t try it myself).
I also invite you to try out Mommy Jammies, the next one is coming June 4 at 9 PM EST---listen live for FREE, and attend the #MommyJammies Twitter party at 8 PM that same night to win prizes!
One winner will receive a ticket to the Ultimate Homeschool Expo, valued at $89.95.
Due to the digital nature of the prize, this giveaway is open world-wide!
You must be 18 or older to enter. Members of my family ineligible.
Deadline to enter: June 2, 2013 12 midnight EST
Winners will be drawn on or shortly after June 3, 2013 and notified via email. Each winner will have 48 hours to respond before an alternative winner will be drawn.
Entries are to be made using the handy dandy Rafflecopter widget. Please follow the directions carefully!
This is the last giveaway for Release the Butterflies,
an event all about letting go of our preconceived notions
and allowing our kids to break out of their cocoons.
Let's appreciate their uniqueness and embrace who they really are.
All kids need to be seen as individuals,
not as a collection of strengths and weaknesses.
Disclosure: Media Angels is responsible for prize fulfillment for this giveaway. I have received no personal compensation for this giveaway.