2024 Homeschool New York / LEAH Statewide Commencement Ceremony Join us on June 1, 2024 at 4:30pm at The Smith Center for the Arts in Geneva, New York, for our Homeschool New York / LEAH Statewide Commencement Ceremony. Celebrate the Lord’s faithfulness in the lives of our 2024 graduates. Be encouraged and inspired by our
Will you join homeschool families from all across the nation in a day of prayer on Friday, November 3?
A Heritage of Prayer in our Nation Prayer has great significance for us as a nation as we follow in our founding fathers’ footsteps and seek the wisdom of God when faced with critical decisions. This is a call for us to humbly come before God and seek His guidance and grace for our individual
Are you new to IEW? Do you need confidence in your language arts program? Teaching writing well is not only possible, it can be enjoyable! Come on October 16 at 8:30pm EST and learn about an effective and easy-to-use approach for the very reluctant child as well as the natural writer. Using models, checklists, and a
What does IEW have in common with the movie Fantasia, false fingernails, and the Mariner 9 satellite? Each of these things debuted on November 13. IEW will record the 400th Episode Arts of Language Podcast Live Event on November 13, 2023, and you are invited! To mark this momentous occasion, we are hosting a live virtual event at
Are you using U.S. History-Based Writing Lessons (USH) from IEW? IEW is hosting a support webinar for Unit 4 at 8pm ET on October 9. Attendee slots are limited; use our affiliate link (located in The Homeschool New York Minute) to register now for this free virtual event! You will receive an email with details
Register Now! More than a homeschool conference—it’s a family experience! Join us in Williamstown, KY for three days of faith-building experiences for the whole family. Tour the full-size Noah’s Ark, meet the animals in Ararat Ridge Zoo during live animal programs, ride the carousel, walk through biblical history at the Creation Museum (including our Fearfully & Wonderfully
Have you ever seen a picture of a candle burning at both ends … and laughed, because you know how it feels? (And if there were more than two ends on a candle, they’d probably be burning too!) Raising tiny people. … who grow into larger people with opinions! Wrangling with bedtimes and morning routines.
Do you know a bereaved parent? If you think through your circle of friends, family, and acquaintances, you likely do. Even many years after the loss of a child, grief remains, and spending time with others who have walked the same road is comforting and encouraging. Our Hearts Are Home, a ministry founded by a
Membership in LEAH is through a local chapter. A LEAH Chapter typically provides opportunities to meet with experienced home educators, field trips, athletic activities, and various other events.
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