The Homeschool Event of the Year!

Special Needs and Gifted Children

As homeschool parents work with their children on a one-on-one basis, they are blessed to see firsthand their children’s strengths and also their weaknesses.

And sometimes these findings may take their journeys into unknown places.

Slower readers. Dyslexia. Gifted. And much more.

Thankfully, there are a huge number of homeschooling resources available to leave no family feeling empty-handed or alone.

Great Homeschool Conventions is proud to bring you some of the most well-known experts of Special Needs and Gifted Homeschooling to our conventions.



When Your Gifted Child Seems “Many Ages At Once”: Living with—and Teaching—Asynchronous Kiddos

Gifted kids are asynchronous. Their development is uneven and out-of-sync compared with age peers. When your kiddo can solve advanced mathematical equations or argue about injustices in our world but can’t tie his shoe or hold a pencil correctly, you might wonder if it’s even possible to teach 10th, 8th, 3rd, and 1st grade in different…

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Help Your Nonstandard Learner

Find out what is happening in the brain of a struggling student—not in technical labels but in compassion and clarity. Discover hope from Esther, who knows from her own nonstandard learning experience what it is like to struggle in learning and then succeed. Learn ways to help your nonstandard learner thrive in learning and life!

How to Love Teaching a Reluctant Writer

Whatever work God calls you child to in the future, he or she will need to be an excellent communicator. Learn from someone who once was a reluctant writer but now is a published author who writes for pleasure every day. Come participate in writing activities you can use with your child to set them…

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