New! Parent Workshops – Build A Better Homeschooler

Build a betterNew Parent Workshops – Build a Better Homeschooler

January 9th – 10:00 – 11:30 AM – It Counts! – What are all the kinds of things you can submit to your Learning Coach? There will be pictures, demos, lists and more! Learn how to take a simple photograph of an activity and turn it into a cool submission for your Coach.   Babysitting available: $5.00 per child

Fee: $FREE  For Phoenix Families, $15.00 non-members

Register: frontdesk@phoenixfoundation.ca

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February 6th –  1:00 – 2:30 PM – File Folder Games – If you’ve never heard of File Folder Games, this is the spot for you! A file folder game is basically just what it says…..A game that is played on a file folder. Learn all about them and make a handful to take home to play with your student. Babysitting available: $5.00 per child

Fee: $15.00 For Phoenix Families, $20.00 non-members

Register: frontdesk@phoenixfoundation.ca

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March 20th –  10:00 – 11:30 AM – Unit Studies – What is a Unit Study? And how do your put together one that will engage your young learner? Sometimes known as integrated studies or thematic units, their popularity stems from using a hands-on learning approach. Unit studies encourage active learning skills. Come find out more! Babysitting available: $5.00 per child

Fee: $15.00 For Phoenix Families, $20.00 non-members

Register: frontdesk@phoenixfoundation.ca

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April 10th – 12:30 – 2:00 PM – Evan-Moor: Take It to Your Seat –  There are a multitude of great reasons why every homeschool teacher should have these books: you don’t need a special center area, the centers are easy to store for future use, you can make them ahead of time, you can individualize skill practice and the centers are just plain CUTE. Book Included ($28) Babysitting available: $5.00 per child

Fee: $40.00 For Phoenix Families, $50.00 non-members

Register: frontdesk@phoenixfoundation.ca

 

Author: Diana Stinn

Co-Founder of Phoenix

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