Since 2017. Many great topics which we forgot to archive!
June 5, 2017
Annual Resource Night -- table sale, giveaway
This meeting is always so much fun! Bring a favorite resource you have discovered this year that you really like.Then, we will start our big giveaway/rummage sale, an EHE tradition. You may bring homeschool related items to give away, or you may put prices on items you wish to sell.
May 1, 2017
Physical education, sports, keeping our kids active and healthy
Summer is coming, hopefully. Whether indoors during the winter, or enjoying the warmth in the spring and summer, how do you teach physical education? How do you fit in time for exercise? What resources are available to homeschoolers? Can our kids participate in local sport teams? Please come share your best practices when it comes to keeping kids fit, as well as information regarding local (to you) sporting teams that have been open to homeschoolers in the past.
April 3, 2017
When we are new at homeschooling, very often the choices can begin to overwhelm us. What are some homeschool styles? Which one might work best for my family? Do I have to pick one style? What happens if it doesn't work? Come join us for a discussion about styles, choice, and what that looks like for you. New and seasoned homeschooling parents can benefit. If you are a seasoned homeschooler, come share with us your best practices. If you are still trying to figure it all out, join us! We would love to hear about what is, or isn't, working for you.
Homeschooling as a Lifestyle
Guiding, Leading, and Sitting Back
Logistics of Learning
Mix-It Up March (open topic)
Parent, Teacher, Leader, Guru...When it All Becomes Too Much!
Transitioning between Homeschooling Approaches
Homeschooling and Community
Sex and Sexuality Education
Hands-on Math nd Science
Sharing Our Learning Journey:Resources/New Discoveries/Curriculums/Inspiration
Best Practices for Transitioning to Fall
Youth librarians from Skokie and Evanston Public libraries sharing their homeschool programs
Connecting and Re-connecting our kids during the cold, cold winter