2019 Homeschool Convention Itinerary
CONTESTS, CONVENTIONS & EVENTS
This itinerary is out-of-date. Check out Time4Learning's 2022 Homeschool Convention Itinerary.
For us, homeschool conventions are more than an opportunity to get the word out about Time4Learning. Each year, we are fortunate enough to be able to travel all over the country to meet homeschooling families just like yours. We love hearing your stories, learning how you came to homeschool and getting to know your families.
In addition to our usual stops in places like Texas, Ohio, and California, this year our itinerary will include two new locations that we are very excited about: Alaska and New York.
Below is our schedule for this year’s 2019 homeschool conventions as well as a link to each convention with more details:
|Texas Homeschool Convention||March 7-9|
|IDEA Curriculum Fair, Alaska||April 23-29|
|Ohio Homeschool Convention||April 25-27|
|Florida Homeschool Convention||May 23-25|
|California Homeschool Convention||June 13-15|
|Southeast Homeschool Expo, Georgia||July 26-27|
|New York Homeschool Convention||August 1-3|
|Homeschool Association of California Conference||August 8-11|
Preparation is Key!
For both new and experienced homeschoolers, these shows are such incredible opportunities to learn. There is so much to see and do that it can be easy to get overwhelmed. Being prepared allows you to schedule your days accordingly so you can take advantage of all the educational workshops and informative speaking sessions, while still having plenty of time to explore the vendor hall. This homeschool convention prep list will be a huge help as you make your plans, so be sure to check it out.
Safe travels and we hope we’ll get to meet you this year!
Is there a homeschool convention you would love to see the Time4Learning team attend? Let us know in the comments.
Planning on bringing your chid(ren)? Make sure to check out these activities to keep them busy while you attend the convention.
Can’t make it to any of these conventions? That’s ok! Whether you need to stay put due to finances, conflicts in schedule, or any other reason, there are still lots of way to reap the benefits of a homeschool convention without even leaving home. Find out what they are by reading our ideas and suggestions.
Hi, I’m Vero from Ecuador. All this Homeschooling thing is new for me. I have 2 boys of six years, and I need a little help to start.
Hi Vero! This page could be a great resource for you: https://www.time4learning.com/homeschool/how-do-i-homeschool.html Definitely make sure you understand the homeschooling laws in your country. You also might find this ebook helpful: https://www.time4learning.com/homeschool/how-to-homeschool.shtml (and this one is a free download!)
Good luck! Please feel free to reach out to us if you have questions! 🙂
We would really love to have you come to Michigan!! The INCH Conference is held annually in Lansing on the third weekend of May- so May 17 & 18 this year. They are still accepting exhibitors… Any chance you could come?!?
Hi Kim. We don’t have any plans to add any conventions to our 2019 itinerary at this time, but thanks for providing that info! We can always see if it’s something we can fit it another year…
I’m new to this I have a 5 year old in TN please help where do I sign her up at if I don’t want to go to the public school system
Hi Julia. Thanks for your interest. The first thing I would do is make sure you’re good with the TN homeschooling info (laws and such) that you can find here: https://www.time4learning.com/homeschooling/tennessee/
When you’re ready to get started, this link should help you out. https://www.time4learning.com/homeschool/how-do-i-homeschool.html
Good luck! Definitely reach out to us if you need additional info. 🙂
Wish y’all would make one in Belton, TX at the Expo Center or even Austin area. Some of us can’t make it to Dallas or the Woodlands-Houston area.
Hi Gracie. Thanks so much for taking the time to comment! We don’t have any plans to add conventions to our 2019 itinerary, but if you have a specific convention you’d like us to look into attending, please provide us with that info and we can take it into consideration for next year. 🙂
I currently don’t homeschool, am interested in more info. Would this be beneficial for me to attend? I’m considering for the upcoming school year when my son will be an 8th grader.
Hi Monique! We’d definitely recommend checking out a convention if you have one near you. You’ll find resources, connections, and if you can attend any workshops while there, you’ll have the opportunity to learn so much! You can take your son, too. 🙂
If you can’t make it to a convention, here’s one of our recent blog posts that can help you take advantage of everything a convention has to offer even if you can’t attend: https://www.time4learning.com/blog/tips-worksheets/cant-attend-a-homeschool-convention-weve-got-you-covered/
Any chance that you would travel overseas for the military families stationed in Korea, Japan, Okinawa, Germany, Spain, and a few other locations.
Hi Donna. We have no plans to go overseas at this time, but we appreciate you taking the time to comment and make those suggestions. 🙂
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