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Free Webinar on Tridiational Cooking as Homeschool Curriculum

 
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Want to know how to teach traditional foods in your home ec, health or nutrition homeschooling curriculum?
You can! In this webinar, we’ll visit with homeschooling families to see how they’re making it work.

What You’ll Learn In This Free Webinar

    Ideas for teaching traditional foods
    Tips for getting everyone on board
    How homeschooling families make it work
    What doesn’t work
    And more!

Plus… A FREE Homeschool Booklet!

When & Where

    When: Monday, September 26 @ 1pm Pacific Time
    Where: You’ll get the details via email after you register.

This webinar is first-come, first-served. Not all who register will attend, and space is limited.

For more information and registration use this link    http://gnowfglins.com/ecourse/161-52.html

 
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Do you know if they rotate the webinars? I would have loved to have attended the HS one!
 
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Nope, I'm sorry. My friend has been busy writing her first book, and so hasn't run it again.
But I'll let you know when and if she does.
 
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Thanks!
 
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Last night I thought of something.... I signed up for Wardeh's traditional foods cooking course and my daughter (who is homeschooled) and I went through it at the same time.

You get access to the step by step instructions, recipes and their videos, plus everything to download and build your own binder for each lesson. It's all there and all at your own pace so it's perfect for home lessons. You even get access to the members only forums to ask any questions you may have. Each lesson has it's own thread and person who answers all questions.

Here is the link in case you want to check into it, all the best!

 
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Thanks! its not so much the instructions onTF that I need, I learned al of that from my grandparents. I was interested especially in the HS angle. I shall keep an eye out incase it runs again.

Thanks again!
Vera
 
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Sounds good Vera, all the best to you.
 
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Thanks for these great links! I never learned to cook when I was a kid at home. This is great. I'm really excited about fermenting and traditional cooking. Thanks so much. (-:

PS Why is 'Hatfield' showing up by my name? What is that?
 
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Your Welcome.... I know the courses have really gave us a great base to build on.

Read this post regarding the last name thingy http://www.permies.com/t/11241/tinkering-site/hatfields-vs-mccoys
 
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