Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Alabama Homeschool Expo Free Admission With Code (exp 3/31)

Use code free2014 at checkout for free individual or husband and wife admission to the Alabama Homeschool Expo. Code expires Monday, March 31, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. So hurry and register.

The Alabama Homeschool Expo is June 13-14, 2014 at the Montgomery Convention Center.

First 150 families to enter the exhibit hall on Friday (the 13th) get a free "I Love Reading" backpack. (One per family-while supplies last.)

I firmly believe that any parent  (or maybe even a grandparent) would find something useful at this expo whether they homeschool or not. There are always workshops geared toward all different aspects of parenting and education. And since the registration is free, why not check out the list of speakers and workshops and see if there is something interesting to you? Kids are welcome at the expo and your child might enjoy the Lego Build Zone in the exhibit hall while you browse the exhibitor booths. (I may or may not be planning to attend the How To Deal With Children Who Are Whiners and Complainers workshop.)

"The Alabama Homeschool Expo is a “don’t miss” whole family two-day event with exhibitors and thousands of products where parents can review and purchase the latest curriculum, hear great speakers who give practical encouragement, and receive personalized help and answers to any question. Our workshops especially emphasize the practical aspects of working with children in ways that will promote their educational, social and emotional growth.

From gifted children all the way to the struggling learners – you’ll find great encouragement at the Expo. Helpful parents and other experts are willing to spend the time to demonstrate exactly how to homeschool in a way that fits your family’s lifestyle, (from a wide variety of perspectives of course!) and specifically how to make your family’s homeschool journey enjoyable and satisfying."

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