Workshops for Parents and Kids
Remember that these lists are only suggestions. We strongly recommend that you review the entire list of workshops to find the ones that suit you best.
F-12 Learn to Play “Apples to Apples” and/or “You’ve Been Sentenced”
Make friends while having fun playing these classic games that only take a minute to learn and encourage language arts skills. Games recommended for ages 9 and up, but younger kids can be paired with someone older. Limit 40.
B-14 Introduction to Taekwondo, a Korean Martial Art
Develop core strength, flexibility, balance, and focused awareness with Taekwondo. Warm up safely and learn basic kicks and punches on Shield Bags. Hear about the art of Taekwondo and learn a few Korean words. See board breaking and sparring demonstrated. For the whole family and every fitness level. Please wear loose fitting clothes and plan to be barefoot. Ages 8 to adult. Limit 30. Also D-14.
B-17 Let’s Sing
Join members of the Appleton Boychoir or the Badger State Girl Choir in Neenah and sing a variety of songs. Learn about how homeschoolers can participate in these choirs. Presenter is the director of these choirs. All ages welcome.
B-18 Theatrical Techniques and Theater Games for Ages 7-12
Play a variety of theater games. Learn about theater and theatrical techniques such as vocalization, dialogue and movement. Presenter is a homeschooling 13-year-old with 5+ years stage experience. Adult support person present. Parents are welcome to participate.
C-13 Battery-Operated Cars
Get your stop watches ready as we design, build, and race a battery-powered car that uses a propeller. How fast can your car go in a straight line? What neat design concepts will you come up with? Limit 15 families, one car per family. Please bring $5 for the car for your family.
C-17 Zumbatomic® Class: Have a Blast While Exercising
Join a high-energy dance-fitness class for kids and their parents. Packed with exciting music, easy-to-follow moves, and great games. Involves listening, teamwork, and world music and dances. Great for the whole family, including those not drawn to competitive team sports. Non-marking athletic shoes required (no sandals, crocs, or bare feet) and water bottle recommended. Limit 40 kids. Presenter is a Licensed Zumba® and Zumbatomic® Instructor.
D-11 Birds of Prey Basics
Come and learn about birds of prey, their anatomy and behaviors and their role in our environment. Meet one or two live representatives of the bird species.
D-12 Create Mail Art and Strengthen Your Connections with Homeschoolers and Others
Exercise your imagination and express your creativity by making postcards, collages, sculptures . . . anything that can be sent through the mail. Use the materials provided to get started, then create more Mail Art at home. Opportunity will be provided for participants who are interested to exchange addresses so they can send each other mail art after the conference. A great activity for the whole family. Limit 35 youth.
More Workshops By Time Slot
- Friday, 7:15-8:30 PM: F Workshops
- Saturday, 8:30-9:30 AM: A Workshops
- Saturday, 9:50 AM-10:50 PM B Workshops
- Saturday, 1:30-2:30 PM: C Workshops
- Saturday, 2:50-3:50 PM: D Workshops
More Workshops By Category
To help you choose workshops, click on a category that interests you and look over the list. Remember that these lists are only suggestions. We strongly recommend that you review the entire list of workshops to find the ones that suit you best.
- Basic Subjects
- Encouraging Learning
- Choosing Curriculum and Resources
- Ways to Homeschool
- Beginning Homeschooling
- Workshops for Parents and Kids
- Life Skills and Problem Solving
- Homeschooling Young Children
- For Teens and Parents of Teens
- Special Interests and Passions
- Support for Parents
- Of Particular Interest to Mothers
- Of Special Interest to Dads
- Family Activity Workshops
- Legal and Homeschooling Freedoms