Win FREE Tickets to the 2012 Midwest Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati

Homeschool conventions are a wonderful way to recharge your batteries, learn something new and make new friends too.  The Midwest Homeschool Convention is one of the most popular events of the year for those living in Michigan and surrounding states.

Held in Cincinnati on April 19 – 21, this year’s convention has a great line up of speakers and activities including:


This family-friendly conference will offer a children’s conference, teen track, parenting track and a track for group leaders.

This is the “must-attend” homeschool event of the year and we’re giving TWO lucky readers each a family pack of tickets.    The registration ($45 value) covers the parents, children, and grandparents for all three days of the convention, the exhibit hall and all the speaking sessions.

To enter, share you best homeschool tip in the comments section below!  The winners will be selected at random on February 15, 2012.

The Fine Print:

Limit one entry per household.  Contest is open to U.S. residents ages 18 years or older.  Submissions will be accepted until midnight, February 14, 2012.  Two winners will be selected at random on February 15, 2012 and notified via email. If chosen winner(s) neglect to claim their prize within 5 business days of notification, alternate winner(s) will be selected.

Disclosure: This post and prize is sponsored by Great Homeschool Conventions.  All opinions expressed are strictly those of the author.



Thank you to all who entered.  You gave some great advice!  The winners were selected using and the winners are:

Jennifer K.


Rebecca K.

Congratulations!  Check your email for details.


14 thoughts on “Win FREE Tickets to the 2012 Midwest Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati

  • Follow your gut and not the crowd. You know best what your child needs.

  • Savannah kreger


    Would love to win 🙂

  • becca Halleck


    Tips – be consistent, have fun and do what works for YOUR family (don’t feel you have to do the same thing your homeschooling neighbor/friend does).

  • Kristen S.


    Have LOTS of fun and don’t doubt yourself. 🙂

  • Rebecca Wolowiec


    Your children will lead you to where they need to be.

  • Be willing to be flexible and remember learning can happen in many places! Enjoy!

  • My best tip is to relax and enjoy the ride, enjoy the learning opportunities right alongside your kids. You will be glad you did

  • Vanessa B


    Relax! Have fun and enjoy the journey.

  • Amanda C


    My tip would be that the plans you had for the day may not always be the plans when you arrive at that day. Sometimes kids/life presents you with new learning opportunities you weren’t expecting. Be flexible, go with it and see where it takes you!

  • Tara Russo


    My best tip – to learn your child’s learning style (kinesthetic/tactile, auditory or visual) and plan your lessons around it.

  • Melissa


    Don’t ever let anyone from the outside break your spirit & driven goal to home school your kids! Put up a wall to repel the outsiders negative opinions and stuck by what YOU feel in your heart.

  • Sandra Taylor


    The best advice I have is to support your children in their decision to homeschool your grandkids

  • Rebecca Kesler


    You are your child’s first and best teacher. No one can ever give them the level of attention you can.

  • Inspire your children to learn. 🙂

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