Your ticket gives you INSTANT ACCESS
to the Homeschool Ready Workshop!
You will get THREE EXTRA BONUSES if you join the Workshop within 72 hours of the moment you signed up for the Free the Children Summit.
Here are the THREE BONUSES you may receive with the Homeschool READY Workshop
The Life Design Workshop revealed how to gain more freedom in every major area of your life, one of which being your relationships, including the one you have with your kids.
Here’s a small sample of what you’ll hear in this module:
I sat down and had an in-depth discussion with the wonderful and super knowledgeable Bluebird (my co-host of the FREE THE CHILDREN Summit and the lead instructor for the Homeschool READY Workshop). Bluebird gives one tip, strategy, tactic, life hack, and insight after another for being a rockstar homeschooling parent. Honestly, this is like a mini-workshop in itself.
Below is just a tiny taste of all the awesome advice Bluebird and I provide for busy and scared parents who want to make homeschooling work:
I included this bonus because homeschooling requires a shift in your habits and goals, both for yourself and your kids. Homeschooling becomes a lot easier when you can maximize your productivity. Trust me, I know. I created this exclusive session from my own hard-won experience in optimizing my time, my habits, and my goals as an entrepreneur, father, and homeschooling parent.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll discover inside:
The Homeschool READY Workshop takes place
July 29th - 31st in Bastrop, TX
Join either IN-PERSON or VIRTUALLY in the
next 72 hours to get all three bonuses above
You’re in the right place.
Most parents just send their kids off to public school to “let someone else deal with them.”
But not you…
Despite your (valid) anxieties and fears around homeschooling, you want to at least try to make it work so that your kids grow up to be even smarter and more successful than your generation. (Isn’t that what all good parents want for their kids?)
ALL OF THIS AND MORE can be achieved through homeschooling.
And to be honest…
You MUST try to make homeschooling work…
Because you know…
Deep down in your gut…
Mask mandates for kids in school was one of the worst violations of personal liberty that came from the COVID “pandemic.” As one little girl described it to her school board:
“Children are suffocating. You don’t know what it feels like. It’s nonsense…God created us so we can be free people. And we’re not free here or at public schools.”
Children as young as 4 are being coaxed and coached by transgender activist teachers into disregarding their biology and changing their gender based on their feelings (or the approval of their teachers), sometimes even behind parents’ backs.
Adults should be free to explore their sex and gender.
But children should be allowed to be children as they naturally develop through puberty into adulthood.
Caucasian children in schools across America are being taught that they are inherently racist because they were born with white skin. Meanwhile, children of color are told that they will forever be oppressed by a white supremacist system.
It’s important to study the dark history of oppression and racism against minority groups…
But we should strive to raise children who are empowered, who see reality and history clearly, and who want to improve the world without hating themselves or others.
John Taylor Gatto, a 25-year award-winning school teacher, left school to spend the rest of his career exposing its dark history and helping kids escape it.
He reveals – through intense research and many published books – that public school from its inception was designed to create docile, dumbed down, conformist, obedient citizens to be used as labor for corporations and soldiers for the State.
From Columbine to Sandy Hook to Parkland to Uvalde, mentally disturbed students are murdering their classmates.
Blame it on the schools, social media, American culture, psychotropic drugs, family life, or all of the above and more, the fact is that schools are extremely unsafe in the face of deranged shooters.
And the worst part is, as we’ve seen in Parkland and Uvalde especially, police will cower and wait and refuse to stop shooters as they attack children.
The Department of Justice has labeled concerned parents as Terrorists. Former Virginia governor and Democrat, Terry McAuliffe, said parents should have no say in what schools teach. The Michigan Democratic Party made a public statement ridiculing the idea that parents should have a say in what is taught to their children.
The fact is, parents have very little control over what public school teaches, and many lawmakers, teachers, political groups, and even parents want it to stay that way.
Kids prefer to learn at the speed, and in the style most appropriate for them, rather than being forced to learn the same things in the same way as everyone else.
Homeschooling allows your children to pursue subjects they’re most interested in and give them the time and space to discover what excites them the most and pursue their passions.
Plus, gifted learners don’t have to “slow down” to match their peers’ pace. And slower-paced learners can take their time without feeling pressure to rush themselves.
Research from the National Home Education Research Institute has shown that home educated kids typically score 15 to 30 percentile points above public-school students on standardized academic achievement tests.
And mean ACT Composite scores for homeschooled students were consistently higher than those for government school students from 2001 through 2014 according to ACT itself.
The National Home Education Research Institute suggests that homeschoolers have higher measures of social, emotional, and psychological development than their government school peers.
The major reason homeschoolers measure higher in terms of peer interaction, leadership, and self-esteem is they’re more likely to engage in social and educational activities in their community, as opposed to government school kids who spend most of their time in school.
Peer pressure is the #1 cause of children adopting bad habits such as smoking and drug abuse, according to various studies.
Encounters with bullying, harassment, and violence are much higher in and around public schools, too.
Homeschooling allows you to create a safe and supportive environment that’s best for learning and developing without negative influences.
Educating your kids at home gives you the opportunity to teach them the principles of liberty, the ethics you want them to adopt, the behaviors you wish for them to model, and the ways in which they should interact with the rest of society.
If you’re religious, it allows you to share your faith with them and raise them in a value system in line with your beliefs.
Public school teachers are actively imprinting their ideologies onto their students behind parents’ backs. Homeschooling restores control over raising your kids.
Children naturally learn essential life skills in a homeschooling environment: time management, self-motivation, and self-discipline. The nature of homeschooling requires kids to take charge, be intentional about what they’re doing, and seek answers independently when facing problems.
Plus, the National Household Education Survey found that homeschooling families have the highest level of community involvement of all school sectors. More time spent socializing in the community means more time to develop as a competent, confident, capable person.
Hey, John Bush from Live Free Academy here.
And I have a confession to make:
My homeschooling journey has been tumultuous.
I have two kids, a boy and a girl, aged 9 and 10.
I never enrolled them in government school (for the reasons listed earlier).
But I have gone through major changes and inconsistencies.
Currently, they’re enrolled in a local homeschool coop with other parents and children.
It’s been quite a ride!
Part of the reason homeschooling has been so chaotic for me is because I went through a contentious divorce a while back and their mothers and I were not on the same page about their education.
Homeschooling works well when you and your partner, co-parent, or anyone else involved in your children’s education are all on the same page.
It’s hard when they aren’t on the same page.
Anyway, I tell you this because I want you to know:
You don’t have to have it all figured out to homeschool your kids!
You certainly don’t need a Master’s Degree in Education or any special skills.
Loving your children and being committed to giving them whatever they need to thrive and succeed is enough.
Homeschooling has been one of the HARDEST things I’ve ever done.
I can put on seminars that reach thousands of people around the world, I’ve started global activist networks and currently operate four businesses, but homeschooling my kids day in and day out makes entrepreneurship and activism feel like a walk in the park.
Bluebird Solorzano has over 25 years of experience teaching English Language Arts, ESL, and American History in public schools (where she witnessed first-hand teacher burnout leading to poor education, the hatred toward school from students, and the idiocy of bureaucrats at the state level).
Her experience in government schools convinced her that putting her children into “the system” was NOT going to be good for their education.
Bluebird is also the former Director of Education for Sylvan Learning Centers where she helped students discover missing skills and create personalized skill building programs.
Her experience with Sylvan revealed that NONE of this is rocket science – any parent can do it – and these expensive centers were ripping people off.
After leaving Sylvan, Bluebird joined a small private school where she designed programs for elementary-aged children using homeschool curriculum.
It was there that she learned how to homeschool, across grades and skill levels, with a baby on her hip and one in her belly.
Bluebird’s education in homeschool deepened over the years.
She began to realize that EVERYTHING is school.
She had a 3rd child.
Homeschool began to look like a kitchen table stacked with books, kitchen walls plastered with homemade posters and kid creations, play dates and co-op days (in her words, “the happiest days of my life”).
She had a 4th child.
Her children continued to be homeschooled.
Over the years…
Bluebird’s kids have attended ACC in duo-credit programs, pulled up seats at the kitchen tables of various moms, had private tutors from the ages of 19-65, and now, attending ODA and being privately educated by the beautiful next door neighbor in her magical Shasta camper.
Bluebird has gathered her incredible experiences as a teacher, mother, homeschooler, and entrepreneur and poured everything she knows into…
By the end of this workshop, you and your kids will be “READY” for homeschool:
This is the path to raising intelligent, thoughtful, insightful, kind, resilient, creative, loving, and confident children
Your ticket gives you INSTANT ACCESS
to the Homeschool Ready Workshop!
You will get:
Day 1 of the Homeschooling READY Workshop will be a relaxed introduction to the world of homeschooling, your instructors, and allow you to get to know everyone else.
Here’s what you can expect:
Day 2 of the Homeschool READY Workshop will lay the groundwork for your homeschooling journey and map out the best places to start, the resources to use, and give you the motivation to stay on this path no matter what obstacles lie ahead.
Here’s what to look forward to:
Day 3 of the Homeschool READY Workshop will give you a ton of advanced and little-known insights, strategies, and game plans for overcoming a variety of challenges to ensure that no matter what obstacles you run into, you’ll be armed with the knowledge and resources to persevere and succeed.
Here’s what to anticipate:
Do you want to give your kids the best education possible (while raising them to be free and independent)?
Then sign up for the Homeschool READY Workshop today!
Homeschool READY Workshop Dates
July 29th evening mixer, Full Weekend of Workshops July 30th & 31st, 2022 (Registration will begin morning of the 30th)
Workshop Time Schedule
July 29th We will begin with an evening mixer for both virtual & in person attendees from 6-9pm (no meals included)
Sat 10am -5pm
Where is the Venue?
The Workshop is taking place at Bluebird’s new business and meeting space – Homespun Wisdom Crafty Goodness (1002 Chestnut St, Bastrop, TX 78602).
What hotels do I stay at?
We will be providing a list of hotels in the area, many of which will have discounted room rates. We are getting the discount rates arranged right now. See these hotels for an idea of where to stay: https://livefree.academy/bastrop-hotels/
Which Airport to fly into?
ABIA – Austin Bergstrom International Airport (24 Miles Away from downtown Bastrop, TX)
Do we offer discounted Tickets?
We offer scholarships on occasion, but due to the meal costs and venue rental the ticket cost is firm for entry.
What is the Refund Policy?
If you require a refund, you must contact us no later than July 15th, 2022 (14 day before the Event).
How can I buy bulk tickets?
Please contact us via email: [email protected]
Can I bring my baby/kids?
Due to limited spacing and livestreaming equipment, we will not be allowing children at the in person workshop.
Are there sponsorship opportunities for my business?
If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities, please reach out to [email protected]
Are there exhibitor opportunities for my business?
If you are interested in exhibiting at the event, please reach out to [email protected]
Are pets allowed in the Event?
No pets allowed unless you have a service animal.
Will any meals be provided with my Event ticket?
Yes, we will include lunch each day accommodating most dietary restrictions, ie gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian options, etc.
How many People will be at this Event?
We have up to 30 seats in person.
Are we allowed to record audio/video at the event?
No, recording or live streaming of the event is strictly prohibited. We encourage you to take pictures! Replays of the workshop will be available after the event through livefree.academy
Are there COVID-related restrictions about who can attend?
No, we do not have formal restrictions. You are free to make the judgment call but, understandably, please do not attend if you are sick or have a fever.