I frequently speak at homeschooling conventions and create resources that other homeschooling parents can use as well! Here are some I know you will find useful.
"Any Novel" Novel Study Guide
An amazing new resource that helps your student study ANY novel! No need to keep buying all the individual study guides! Works great for students from grades 6-12, and you can reuse it! Tons of projects and exercises to choose from so each study is a new one!
Teach Your Children to Write Well
We all need to be able to communicate clearly. But writing is often frustrating to teach. Kids don't want to do it, and you don't know how to help them. In this 45 minute talk, I give practical tips for all ages of homeschoolers, providing you with an amazing curriculum you can use all the way through! Also comes with a FREE 4-page handout! Learn more.
Drilling for the Basics
A good foundation for any education includes knowing how to read and mastering math facts. But often these things aren't taught properly in the public school system because there's a perception that they're "boring". They're not! In this 45 minute talk, I give parents great ideas on how to reinforce these basics using all kinds of different games, resources, and books. Comes with a 7-page handout full of ideas. Learn more.
Setting Goals for Your Homeschool
"Without vision a people perish". Nowhere is that more true than in homeschooling! In this talk, Sheila discusses how to ask God for a vision of what He wants for your child, and how to set goals for their academic growth, life skills growth, and spiritual growth. Comes with a FREE bonus, "How to Bless Your Children", on learning how the biblical principle of blessing can transform your children's lives! Learn more.
Book Report Outline
A FREE resource for you! Are you tired of asking your children to write book reports, only to find that they restate the plot? I was! So I created this book report template that works great with children grades 5-8. Just go here.
Another FREE resource! Does your child have difficulty figuring out how to structure an essay? With this outline, they learn it almost as a paint by number approach! Get it into their heads, and they'll never lose it. Just go here.