Friday, 16 December 2016

Montessori Homeschool Summit

I have a very exciting announcement for those of you interested in Montessori homeschooling, if you are getting started with homeschooling, or are just interested in Montessori! I invite you to participate in the Trillium Montessori Homeschool Conference

2017 Montessori Homeschool Summit 

This conference is such an amazing opportunity! You can connect with other like minded homeschoolers, Montessori enthusiasts, as well as opportunities to win some amazing prizes! 

Seemi the director of Trillium Montessori has organized this amazing online conference. You can stay at home and get insight from professionals and experienced homeschoolers on exclusive Montessori homeschooling advice! 

I am so honoured to be able to participate in this conference as a presenter, sharing my experiences and skills in raising my son in a multilingual home (he speaks and understands four languages fluently).  

What you get

There are several wonderful topics and presentations during this four day conference! The summit features four different tracks that you can choose from: 

  • All access ($69)
  • Primary level ($35) 
  • Elementary level ($35) 
  • Specials track ($35) 

The All Access pass features 14 presentations that you can watch when they go live, or log in to view afterwards if you miss them. Personally, I love that we can watch the videos afterwards - with two little ones, it's easy to get distracted or busy doing one thing or another. Having the chance to go back to watch the presentations at a convenient time is such a relief!

This summit is an amazing opportunity not only to expand your knowledge about applying Montessori to your homeschool, but will also give you a chance to connect with like minded individuals, learn where to access amazing materials, and you will have the chance to win some wonderful prizes, freebies, and bonuses! You don't want to miss out.

Don't forget!

Have you  enrolled? I cannot wait for this conference! How about you? What are you looking forward to? 

You may like:

What's on my Montessori book shelf
How to present Montessori activities
I give up: what to do when your child doesn't like the Montessori activities you present
M is for Montessori (why we love Montessori) 
Montessori inspired baby spaces

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