WEBINARS PRESENTED BY
WEBINARS PRESENTED BY
Join us for our monthly webinar series!
March 18th Webinar:
The True Corrective
is Hosted by – Liz Ackerman
Whether you’re talking about declining academic excellence, gender politics in the classroom, or the intentional undermining of parents, it’s clear that our government-run public schools are a hot mess.
Moms for America wants to offer parents an alternative solution. That’s why we created our monthly webinar series, Homeschool Mom2Mom. This webinar series focuses on equipping parents for their homeschool journey. By discovering different curriculum options, learning from experienced guest speakers, and building relationships with other homeschool moms, we want to encourage, educate, and empower parents to take control of their children’s education. Thus, eliminating our reliance on government-run schools.
Thanksgiving, Gratitude & Service
Homeschooling for the Holidays
Happy Holidays! Homeschooling during the holidays can be among the most joyous times in your homeschool year. Will you take a break and not do any formal school? Will you learn about holiday customs around the world? Will you focus your attention on celebrating and cooking? There are so many options to choose from. Join us as we discuss all of these options and more. Let’s make your holiday homeschool more meaningful and fun this year!
New Year, Fresh Start!
Have you ever wondered about the true history of Thanksgiving? Did the Pilgrims really eat mussels and deer for their first Thanksgiving meal? We will discuss the history of the first Thanksgiving so you can share it with your children. We will also discuss Gratitude and Service. This time of year usually brings about the desire to help people. You give to the bell ringer at the mall. You donate to food drives at church, but how can you really serve people? How can you be God’s hands and feet? How can we serve people during the holidays AND keep that desire to serve others all year long?
What is CRT, and Does it Affect Homeschoolers?
Join Empower Moms Director Aly Legge as she details what CRT (critical race theory) is and where it came from. Aly will share her experience with CRT and how it can affect homeschoolers, not just publicly schooled children. Aly will cover the dangers of CRT and why even homeschool parents should be voicing their opposition every chance they get. This is a very hot topic right now, and Aly comes prepared with a wealth of information.
Do You Know All of Your
Fighting for Parental Rights with special guest, David DeLugas
Did you know that there are many organizations that are fighting for parental rights? The right to care for your child, the right to school your child in the manner you choose, the right to your God-given authority over your child and their needs. We are very thankful to have David DeLugas join us for this special webinar. David is a trial and appellate attorney with expertise in constitutional and family law. In 2013, he founded ParentsUSA after confirming the absence of an entity in the USA with the size and power to look after the interests of parents and their children and to fight for their rights. ParentsUSA has supported parents through advocacy, including filing amicus curiae briefs in the US Supreme Court, US Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit, Idaho Supreme Court, Georgia Supreme Court, and Wisconsin Court of Appeals. David resides in Metro Atlanta. This promises to be a very enlightening and educational webinar.
Ways to Make Summer Count!
In this webinar we featured special guest Brett Pike of Classical Learner. Brett shared the amazing Nature Study he created and discussed all things homeschool related.
Family Bonding through Genealogy
Join Liz Ackerman, and our special guest Kayla Branch, a genealogy expert, as we discuss the importance of family history and how to incorporate it into your home education experience.
Get Organized: We Can Help
Feel like there’s no way you have enough patience or skill to educate your own children? Nonsense! You are their mom and you are their greatest expert. In this webinar we featured special guest Amber M. Shimel and she discussed her Homeschooling Simplified book.
Pods & Mini-Schools
Join Moms for America host Liz Ackerman and special guest Kerry McDonald from the LiberatED podcast as they discuss alternatives to public schools like PODS, Mini-Schools, and more.
(for Homeschoolers, Too!)
Join Moms for America host Liz Ackerman and special guests Bill and Sarah Norton.
The acclaimed “Self-Government Works” simulation doesn’t just suit a traditional classroom situation…it can also be used to teach homeschoolers how our government evolved and why it is the most effective form of government! Join Bill and Sarah Norton as they share how you can use this with your homeschool students for an enriching, amazing experience!
Homeschooling Through the Holidays
Join Moms for America host Liz Ackerman and special guest Annie Holmquist.
Holidays can be a rich time of continued education that your students won’t even recognize as education! Join us as we explore how to maximize the holiday season for you and your kids!
How to Homeschool When You’re Just TOO Busy!
Join Moms for America host Liz Ackerman and special guest Sam Sorbo.
Join homeschooling advocate and guru, Sam Sorbo, to learn how even the busiest families can give their students the homeschooling opportunity – what a gift!
Creating Patriotic Curriculum
Join Moms for America host Liz Ackerman and special guest Jane Hampton Cook.
Jane Hampton Cook shares some of the historical fiction she has written and how she has created curriculum from it, as well as how you can model her method to create your own.
Middle School MBA
From the Classroom to the Boardroom
Join Moms for America host Liz Ackerman and special guest John Foster.
Preparing young people to be successful in a free-market economy is the mission of John Foster and the award-winning Middle School MBA program! Learn how you can implement this in a homeschooling, co-op, charter, or even extra-curricular setting!
Listen to the
The host & facilitator of the webinars is Liz Ackerman and her homeschool journey began in 1982 when her oldest child was registered for kindergarten, but never went. Since then, she has networked with many pioneers in education. Several grandchildren are now following alternative educational paths.