Fire Station Buddies
March 29th – 5pm Atlantic (4PM EDT)
The Fire Station Buddies were developed to teach kids about problem solving, science, safety, strategy, volunteer work and more.
The webinar will cover:
- Who the Fire Station Buddies are.
- How to build an emergency backpack.
- Important books & training manuals.
- How your kids can participate & start their training.
- How to prepare your family for any disaster.
There are all kinds of talents needed in emergency management like dispatchers, accountants, mechanics, inventors, lawyers and scientists. Anyone can be a Fire Station Buddy no matter what career path you choose. A FREE ticket to the Schoolhouse Expo will be given away at this webinar.
Nutrition 101: Choose Life!
April 7th – 5pm Atlantic Time (4PM EDT)
They don’t call her the Former Fast Food Queen for nothing! Sera Johnson doesn’t just tell others how to achieve nutritional wellness, she made that journey with her family too. Through the ground-breaking, award-winning curriculum Nutrition 101: Choose Life!, Sera shows how she improved her family’s health by teaching how food – good and bad – effects the body. This unit study has an impact on every member of the family because it is designed to give a foundation for a lifetime of wise choices. Pick up tips on how to get even the pickiest of eaters to eat healthy food and love it.
See the Light: Bring an Art Teacher into Your Home
April 14th – 1pm Atlantic Time (12PM EDT)
Art instruction has always been part of a well-rounded education. Sadly, these courses have been cut from many Christian and homeschool curricula because parents and educators lack the funds to establish a quality art program or the expertise to properly train students in the visual arts. Impassioned to teach our children art in a fun and unique way, join creator & artist from See the Light as they share with you Art Class:
Bring an Art Teacher into your home!
– Step-by-Step Art Tutoring
– Progressive Skill Building
– Integrated Art History & Biblical Truth
– Only basic supplies needed: pencil, paper, apple (to draw)