Mary Hood is coming to Canton!

Posted by Cheri Pelic on September 30, 2014 at 6:40 PM

CHEPA is excited to announce that Mary Hood, author of The Relaxed Homeschool, will be coming to Canton on October 24th and 25th!

Whether you follow a traditional schooling path, lean more towards unschooling, or are somewhere in between, the ideas Mary shares can bring a fresh perspective on how to prepare your child to fulfill his unique purpose in life. You can read about Mary’s philosophy and ideas at her

Join them on Friday evening (October 24th) from 7:00 – 9:00 pm for a workshop for teens and their parents. Mary will focus on developing and executing a high school curriculum based on the individual needs and goals of the students, with an eye towards the future. This will include a discussion of transcripts and how to maintain records. Older teenagers and/or middle schoolers who desire to take a larger hand in the planning process are strongly encouraged to attend with their parents.

Join them on Saturday (October 25th) from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm for a Relaxed Homeschooler®s Workshop covering an introduction to a relaxed approach to homeschooling that will include record keeping, methods and materials, living books, relaxed unit studies, and specific information related to reading and math.

Register early for the best price! Registration costs are as follows:

Register by October 15th: Cost (per family): $20/session or $30/both

At-the-Door Price: Cost (per family): $25/session or $35/both

This event will be held at Friendship Church 1240 N. Beck Road Canton, MI 48188

Please contact [email protected] to register.

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Reply AlbertVer
9:34 AM on August 11, 2018 
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