Homeschool Idaho
Convention Speakers

Davis Carman

Apologia

Davis got started on this homeschool adventure with a providential two-by-four on the side of his head. Nineteen years and three graduates later, he hopes to share some of the lessons he’s learned along the way to help other families enjoy the most successful, satisfying, and Christ-centered home school possible. He is the co-owner of Apologia Ministries, an international speaker and advocate for home education, and the author of three illustrated children’s books designed to instill a biblical worldview. He believes that if there was ever a time to homeschool, it is now!

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Workshops by Davis

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11:00 AM, Friday 6/7

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Johnson Wellness

Exploring Creation

For way too many kids these days, their only outlet is…well…an outlet. Are your kids bored and grouchy unless they are plugged in to the Internet or a video game? What ever happened to catching frogs, picking dandelions, climbing trees, and lying in the grass to see the shapes formed by clouds in the sky? There is a world outdoors just waiting to be discovered. In this session, Davis states that every child should explore the wonders of God’s creation because of three truths that can be found in one of the most exciting classrooms that exists — the one outside.

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1:30 PM, Friday 6/7

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Johnson Wellness

The First Five Years of Homeschooling (I Mean Parenting)

The first five years of parenting are crucial times of development for young children. Foundations are set that give them a perspective of God, themselves, and others. During these early years, children gain an understanding of love, obedience, and responsibility. Their worldview will be shaped by the books you read to them (including the Bible) and the freedom they are given to sing, dance, play, and explore the great outdoors of God’s wonderful Creation. Is this parenting, homeschooling, or both? In this workshop, you will discover ten lessons your young children should learn and experience that can make a big difference in the first five years of their life.