Over the last year I had the opportunity to get to know some incredible people and awesome companies as we organized our inaugural conference. The companies represented in the vendor hall at the SEA Homeschoolers Conference offer great secular products and truly have a passion for education. These videos will give you a peek inside the 2017 vendor hall, while we work to make 2018 even bigger and better.
Amanda McClure talks about the engaging multi-discipline classes offered by Groovy Kids Online.
Meet Amir Nathoo, Co-Founder of Outschool. Offering thousands of live online classes from independent teachers for students of all ages, Outschool has a variety of options for core subjects, electives, unique enrichment opportunities, and more.
Emily Cook, creator of Build Your Library and author of A Literary Education: Adapting Charlotte Mason for Modern Secular Homeschooling, talks about the BYL curriculum and unit studies.
Kathleen Lawler talks about the visual and hands-on approach used in the research based Right Start Mathematics program.
Dr. Erica Colón shows off Nitty Gritty Science‘s interactive notebooks.
Ellen Crain of Affordable Homeschool Testing Services talks a bit about the NWEA MAP test.
Learn more about Shiller Math, a Montessori based math program for Pre-K through 8th grade.
The Zinn Education Project offers a plethora of resources for teaching history to students of all ages, from books to articles to free lessons and more.
Gifted Homeschoolers Forum offers online classes, books, and more to support students and parents through the unique triumphs and challenges that come with homeschooling gifted and 2e learners.
Lanette Cook and Jessica Hobbs of Arbor Arts talk about their new meaningful play based homeschool program.