Flash Giveaway: Win An All-Access Pass To The Philippine Homeschool Conference 2015!

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Homeschooling is something I have always considered for the little man, in fact, I have amassed various homeschool online resources. Even now that he is enrolled in traditional school, I have never closed my doors to the possibilities of homeschooling him in the future.

That is why I am delighted to inform you that I am giving away 2 tickets for the Philippine Homeschool Conference 2015, happening this Saturday, 17 October, between 8am-5pm at the Samsung Hall and SMX, SM Aura, Taguig City.

Homeschool Association of the Philippine IslandsManila Workshops and The Learning Basket bring you the largest homeschooling conference this year – “The Philippine Homeschool Conference 2015: Ready for the World!”

As a precursor to the “Global Home Education Conference” (GHEC) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in March 2016, two well-respected homeschool advocates and speakers from the United States will be gracing the event as keynote speakers: Michael Donnelly, Director for Global Outreach of the Homeschool Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) and Secretary ofGHEC 2016, and Rachael Carman, mother of seven and best-selling author and publisher ofpopular homeschool science curriculum Apologia.Rachael’s husband, Davis, the President of Apologia, will be speaking as well.

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Sought-after speaker and homeschooling advocate Edric Mendoza, host of On The Money and homeschooling dad of five will also be speaking. Chinkee Tan, motivational speaker and wealth coach, will be speaking as well.

Homeschoolers and those exploring this educational option will be inspired, informed and empowered in this biggest homeschooling event. Definitely bigger than the past years’ homeschool conferences, “Ready for the World!”will be held at THREE venues at SM Aura Premiere. Keynote talks will be held at the Samsung Hall, while smaller workshops and the much awaited homeschool expo will be at the SMX Convention Center.

There will be inspiring talks as well as a huge expo of the various learning providers, educational tools, toys, books, and a whole lot more, that will help homeschooling parents and aspiring homeschooling parents in their daily lives. This expo will be open to the public for a minimal amount of Php50 per head.

Get Ready For The World

There are also a number of Arts and Crafts workshop available at the Conference for the kids and kids-at-heart to participate in. Fee for each workshop is Php500 per person {materials included}. Only 25 students will be accepter for each class, so haste not and register today! 

  • String Art by DMC {9~11am} ~ Kids will hammer away to create different colorful figures, abstract or representational, using just wood, nails and various threads. For ages 13 and up.
  • Mandala by DMC {9~11am} ~ Learn how to create beautiful hanging ornaments by mixing patterns and colors with just your thread. For ages 13 and up.
  • Cross Stitch by DMC {12:30~2:30pm} ~ Remember the cross-stitch craze? Introduce your child to this absorbing hobby that can produce beautiful home wall decors with clean and precise X’s. For ages 9 and up.
  • Dream Catcher by DMC {12:30~2:30pm} ~ Native Americans believe that dreams can be caught. Kids will love making their own dream catchers with a hoop, threads and eye-catching decors arranged in a web for a good night’s sleep. For ages 13 and up.
  • Basic Calligraphy by Little Ms Printer Marj Liwag {Morning: 10:00~12:00nn / Afternoon: 2:45~4:45pm} ~ Let your kids learn to write in beautiful calligraphy in this workshop to be facilitated by MarjLiwag of Little Ms Printer. For ages 13 and up.

Homeschool Association of the Philippine Islands {HAPI} in a nutshell

Homeschool Association of the Philippine Islands {HAPI}, a non-stock, non-profit advocacy of Filipino homeschoolers, together with Manila Workshops, a company dedicated to continuing education for professional and personal goals, and The Learning Basket, an advocacy that inspires parents to be their children’s first and best teacher, offers an event jam-packed with information and inspiration about homeschooling that will help parents get their kids ready for the world.

You can read more about HAPI from our previous post here.

Win A Free Ticket To The Conference

For your chance to win an All-Access Pass to the Philippine Homeschool Conference 2015, here are the easy-peasy mechanics:

  1. Like the Manila Workshops Facebook Page
  2. Share this post on Facebook with a comment on why you want to attend the conference. Include the hashtags #PHC2015 #ReadyForTheWorld.
  3. Tweet this post with a comment on why you want to attend the conference. Use the hashtags #PHC2015 #ReadyForTheWorld.
  4. Leave a comment here with your Facebook Name, Facebook share url, tweet url, along with your email where I can contact you if you win

Easy as pie, right? This Flash Giveaway ends by midnight of the 15th, so hurry and join now for your chance to join the conference for free!

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  1. I admire moms who homeschool because it takes a LOT of patience and effort to teach kids academics. I’ve thought about it honestly, but dismissed the idea because I have no patience! Maybe when I’ve learned to be more patient, I would seriously consider homeschooling.

    Good luck on your giveaway!

  2. I’d love to homeschool my kids, but is afraid of their socialization with others. My son is also in traditional school, but I collect homeschooling resources. 🙂

    1. i guess that is the common misconception about homeschooling. i had the same misgiving but listening to one of Edric Mendoza’s talk cleared that. I, too, collects homeschooling resources for worksheet my little man can do at home 🙂

  3. I am still halfhearted about homeschooling.. But knowing how traditional i am its a big thing that i am actually considering homeschooling.. 2more years to decide i guess.. :shy:

  4. I really wish I could attend this conference. Every year, I always wait for the day they decide to host a conference in Davao naman haha

  5. Good luck to all who joined the giveaway. If only the workshop is here in Cebu, I would love to hear the pros and cons of those who home-schooled.

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