All conference attendees must be registered (except for nursing infants ages 2 and under). Family-Full Conference registration includes access to workshops, general sessions, exhibit hall, used curriculum sale, and more for you, your spouse, all (unmarried) children living in your home, and grandparents for one package price.
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After the Exhibit Hall closes for the evening on Friday, stay with us from 6:30-8:30pm for:
Click here to learn more. No additional cost, it's included in your family's full conference pass; just RSVP to let us know you're coming by checking below if you can make it.
On Wednesday June 24th (immediately preceding the conference), we're hosting a special one-day Homeschooling Introductory Seminar for anyone new to homeschooling or just wanting a refresh. It's totally free and all are welcome! You can find more details by clicking here.
Bring your kids & teens for these incredibly fun activities filled with learning opportunities! Each program is professionally run by trusted organizations with adult supervision. (Parents may attend with their children at no charge.)
Learn more: Click here for full information on each of these programs.
Sign up: Registration is required for programs; sign up by clicking "add" for each program desired below. If you have more than one student to sign up, click "add" for each student to increase the number of registrations. (Space is limited. Registration deadline: May 31st)
Walk Thru the Bible: New Testament Live - for ages 6-12
THURSDAY: Children actively engage with stories, lessons, games, puzzles, and other interesting activities aimed at teaching the important themes & big picture of the New Testament. Space is limited to the first 100 participants. (Activity runs 10:15am – 3:00pm with lunch break from 12:30 – 1:45pm). Learn more here.
Learn with Legos Building Session (Snapology®) - for ages 6-12
SATURDAY: Curiosity and creativity are encouraged through fun-filled model plans designed by engineers and architects, giving children the experience of learning with LEGO® Bricks. Learn more here.
Artistic Adventures (Artistic Pursuits) - for ages 6-teen
FRIDAY: Children and teens will learn (specific to their skill level) as they draw, paint, and produce unique art. (Activity runs 10:20am – 12:20pm). Learn more here.
CHEC out the Zoo: ZOOPER-HEROES (Denver Zoo) - for ages 6-teen
FRIDAY: Students will take an educational safari to learn the fantastic adaptations of animals that help them survive the perils of the natural world, including fun interactive activities and live animals. (Activity runs 2:30–3:30pm). Learn more here.
CHEC out the Zoo: ANIMAL EXPEDITIONS (Denver Zoo) - for ages 6-teen
SATURDAY: Students will take an educational safari to learn about the different habitats of animals from around the world, including their food, water, shelter, and space, with fun interactive activities and live animals. (Activity runs 2:00–3:00pm). Learn more here.
Science of the Human Body: All About the Brain - for ages 8-12 (with accompanying adult) or ages 13 & older
SATURDAY: Dr. Lainna Callentine begins by bringing students on a fantastic voyage through the body to explore brain anatomy and physiology. Part two teaches students to draw the human brain, build it out of clay, AND take it home (plus the dissection of a preserved sheep brain), taught by Brandee Gillham. (Activity runs 10:15am – 12:30pm.) Learn more here.
Science of the Human Body: All About the Heart - for ages 8-12 (with accompanying adult) or ages 13 & older
SATURDAY: This session begins with Dr. Lainna Callentine guiding an exploration of the heart and the life-giving river that course through the many tributaries in our body in the heart and your circulatory system. In part two, Brandee Gillham teaches students with a God-glorifying perspective how to draw a heart and then build it out of clay (to bring home!), finishing with a dissection of a preserved sheep heart. (Activity runs 2:00–4:15pm.) Learn more here.
School of Honor for Young Men (Logan Wilson) - for ages 13 & older
THURSDAY: This one-day course delivers timeless and critical truths to boys as they enter manhood. Through powerful dramatic presentations in costume and with soundtrack, the story of some of history’s most courageous, influential, God-fearing men keeps boys on the edge of their seats for more! (Activity runs 10:15am – 3:10pm with lunch break from 12:30 – 1:45pm.) Learn more here.
Practical Photography (Lenspiration) - for ages 15 & older
THURSDAY + FRIDAY + SATURDAY: Students will learn how to effectively capture the moment, create consistently bright and sharp images in difficult lighting situations, and expedite the post-processing workflow to meet time-sensitive deadlines. Please note, a DSLR or mirrorless camera is required for participation in this program. (Activity runs Thursday evening, Friday 3 hours, Saturday 3 hours.) Learn more here.
Redeeming the Arts Interactive Workshop (Kenny Sargent & Shari McMinn) - for ages 13 & older
FRIDAY + SATURDAY: Students will be inspired and encouraged about God’s heart for the gifts, talents, and passions He entrusts to His people in this interactive workshop, with Q&A and take-home strategies. (Activity runs Friday, 12:45 – 2:00pm, and Saturday, 12:45 – 1:45pm.) Learn more here.
Join Dr. McLeod for lunch on Saturday (12:45-1:45pm) as he unveils a "Manhood Manifesto" for dads to live by and sons to plan ahead. A man’s role is critical to Kingdom formation and expansion; just as our sisters bring empathy and emotion, men bring logic and steadfastness. Today, a man who is watchful, stands firm in the precepts of God, and is manly in that process ... isn’t the popular fella! This manifesto, drawn from the whole of Scripture, is meant to be a sort of checklist for men. We need courageous men and fathers now more than ever!
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Choose your ticket for the Father & Son Lunch:
After the Thursday morning keynote session (from 10:30-11:30am), Abby Johnson will be available to sign copies of her book in a meet-and-greet environment. You'll be able to meet her personally, ask her questions, and receive a personalized, inscribed copy of her book Unplanned. This will be a memorable event that will inspire you to engage in the battle!
Select number of people to attend the meet & greet with Abby Johnson:
We've put together some great packages we think you'll like. Plus, your purchase helps support CHEC's mission!
Purchase: To purchase a conference extra, click "add" for each one desired below. If you'd like more than one, click "add" again. (It will show the subtotal.)
Up to 33% Off Colorado Homeschool Guidebook (Regularly $29.99)
The must-have resource for every Colorado homeschool family. Learn more here.
Colorado Civics: a K-12 Civics + History for Colorado Home Educating Families
Satisfying the required civics instruction in the Colorado homeschool law, this 250-page book (published by CHEC!) will teach your students the foundations of responsible citizenship and the constitutional heritage of our nation as well as the fascinating details of Colorado history. Learn more here.
33% Off Full Conference Recordings Set (Regularly $75/MP3 or $85/Thumbdrive, CDs)
When purchasing with a Full Conference Pass
Vision Screenings from Highline Vision Center
Sign up for a 15-minute vision screening with Nancy Stevens and Denise Gibson (nationally certified optometric vision therapists from Highline Vision Center) for your child (ages 5-18). Two positions open per time slot. (Note: All proceeds go to CHEC's Sign Language Interpreting Fund.) DEADLINE TO SIGN UP: June 13th. Learn more here.
Reading Screenings with Teri Spray (Wednesday 6/24 only)
Sign up for a 15-minute reading screening with Teri Spray (of Christian Cottage Home School Services) for your child (ages 5-16). Must arrive 10 min. prior to your screen time slot. (Note: All proceeds go to CHEC's Casterline Single Moms Fund.) DEADLINE TO SIGN UP: June 13th. Learn more here.
Executive Functioning Screenings with Tara Roehl (Wednesday 6/24 Only)
Sign up for a 10-minute Executive Functioning screening with Tara Roehl (Certified Speech and Language Pathologist) for your child (ages 8+), followed by a debrief with parent(s). Must arrive 10 min. prior to your screen time slot. (Note: All proceeds go to CHEC's Struggling Learner Fund.) DEADLINE TO SIGN UP: June 13th. Learn more here.
Your donations empower us to support and promote home education that is Christ centered, parent directed, and free from government control. Learn more about our vision. CHEC is a 501c3 non-profit organization and all donations are tax-exempt.
Some families are financially unable to pay the entire registration cost. Would you consider making a donation toward their registration cost?
As a thank you, CHEC offers a discount to families who have made a donation to CHEC since the last conference.
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