Methods
to the
Madness

A Free Homeschool Series

Online & Interactive

Whether you’re an experienced homeschooler or just getting started, Methods to the Madness™ will provide something for everyone. In addition to provoking meaningful conversations, we hope to help families foster a love of God, learning, good character, inspiration, and wonder in their homes and communities.

During this free online and interactive workshop replay, you will get an in-depth look at various homeschool methods from parents who have successfully taught them and other prevalent topics related to homeschooling.

This event has helped new and experienced homeschoolers consider how they prepare their homeschool day and work through the challenges and hurdles the journey of homeschooling presents along the way.

Don’t miss this free workshop replay!

The WORKSHOP (REPLAY)

WORKSHOP mission

Our hope is for you to discover the best rhythms and methods for your family and empower you with the tools and knowledge to successfully accomplish your homeschooling goals.

Informative Presentations

You will be able to submit questions during the entire workshop replay. Each workshop can be viewed from your computer or mobile device.

The Topics

WORKSHOP TOPICS

  • Homeschooling for Generations (History & Future) – Dr. Brian Ray of National Home Education Research Institute 
  • Homeschool Equals Discipleship – Pete & Faith Dean of Hebron Heights Academy
  • Deschooling: Homeschool is not School at Home and Why It Matters – Patty McCarthy of Do Not Grow Weary
  • Charlotte Mason: A Living Education – Laura Kotrosa of An Edifying Education
  • A Classical Education – Christine Wheeler of Stand Sure Art + Design
  • Thomas Jefferson Education – Amber Baughman 
  • Unit-based Learning – Helen Scott of Wonder
  • The Early Years with Montessori – Erika Stasiulewicz of Wild Thistles Montessori
  • Unschooling: Faith-based Child-led Learning – Sandra Houston
  • The Principle Approach – Julie Park of Great American Outpost
  • College Prep 101 – Christine Kastens of IHMG Creations

The Faqs

Yes. This is a pre-recorded workshop webinar based on the live Methods to the Madness event that was hosted June 26-30, 2023.

To watch the workshop, simply register at homeschooldays.com/methods/register and you’ll get an email with a link to watch the event.

Yes, the workshop replay is free during the entire month of July, 2023.

Yes, this workshop replay allows you to submit questions as you’re watching. If you don’t get an answer through the live chat right away, your question will be emailed to us and we’ll respond as soon as possible.

THE DAILY GIVEWAY

In celebration and anticipation for the launch of Wonder’s online community resource marketplace, we’re hosting a daily giveaway the entire month of July for workshop replay attendees.

A Message From the Founders

Homeschool Days was an idea that started in January 2020 with a goal to support the homeschool community. At that time we were a homeschooling family of seven, with our children ranging from toddler to highschool freshman. Like many of you, we started our homeschool research when our first child was still in the belly. We’ve since added another little one to our crew, born in 2022, and look forward to many more years of learning alongside our children.

When we began developing HSD, our hope was to accomplish several important goals:

  • Provide a way for homeschoolers to support fellow homeschoolers (including alumni) during every part of their journey.
  • Make finding resources easier.
  • Make finding local groups and programs easier.
  • Make finding homeschool events easier.
  • Make finding volunteer and job opportunities for homeschool students easier.
  • Financially support homeschool programs and students through educational grants.
  • Create ways for homeschoolers to support homeschoolers.

We are also big fans of homeschooling remaining private, with little to no restrictions, in order to allow families the flexibility to instill a love of learning within each child, and to choose methods and paths that best suit each child’s needs. We understand the concerns of many veteran homeschoolers who have fought and continue to fight for pro-homeschool laws and parental freedoms.

Personally, we’ve been blessed with wonderful friendships and mentors who’ve helped us, and continue to help us maintain a healthy and peaceful family rhythm through the seeds of wisdom and knowledge they’ve planted into our lives. There is so much value in gleaning from the experience and guidance of others, so we hope HSD will do for you what our mentors have done for us. We hope you will both give and receive value from the HSD community. And, we hope the best for your homeschool days.

Blessings from our family to yours,

The Scotts