You Can Homeschool Conference and Giveaway

Homeschooling is a global movement that is now becoming a viable option for Filipino families who want to provide their children with education beyond a classroom’s walls. Parents who are exploring, or are unsure of their homeschooling path, are encouraged to attend You Can Homeschool to gain an intimate look and understanding of home education.

You Can Homeschool Final 6 (1)

You Can Homeschool! Be Inspired, Be Informed, Be Empowered! Is a day-long event happening on November 16, 2013, Saturday, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM at One Events and Café, One Corporate Center, Julia Vargas cor Meralco Ave, Pasig City.
This conference  is brought to you by Manila Workshops, a company dedicated to continuing education for professional and personal goals, and The Learning Basket, an advocacy that inspires parents to be their children’s first and best teacher. They have come together to offer an event jam-packed with information and inspiration about homeschooling that will help parents who are considering to educate their children at home.

The key speakers of this event, Thammie Sy, Frannie Daez, and Edric Mendoza, have all found their calling in homeschooling their children.

Here are some highlights to look forward to:

– Be inspired by our speakers as they share about homeschooling from the heart, developing the homeschooling mindset, and how to homeschool in the Philippines

– Testimonials from children who have experienced learning at home.

– An overview of the homeschooling providers in the country, and the various services that they offer.

– Intimate break-out discussions with homeschooling parents

Conference Rates:

Regular Rate: Php 1,200 per participant
Group Rate: Php 1,000 per participant (Groups of 2 or more)
Early Bird Rate: Php 1,000 per participant (Pay on or before November 8, 2013)

If you are interested to register, click here!

In line with this event, Bee Happy Crafts and Party Supplies is giving away the following prizes to one of my blessed readers!

50 pcs Paper straws
20 pcs Baking cups
12 pcs favor bags
5 meters baker’s twine
6 mini clothespins

Bee Happy Crafts and Party Supplies has a FB page at  You can follow them at their Instagram account @beehappycrafts and Twitter account @BeeHapppyPh to see a complete list of their product list!

The winner will also receive  two tickets to Philippine Science Centrum.

To join this giveaway, just click on the Rafflecopter below and complete the easy mandatory entries! Giveaway runs from October 7-21, 2013! One winner will be chosen randomly using Rafflecopter. Prize will be shipped to the winner by Manila Workshops. Giveaway is open only to Metro Manila residents.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

See you at the conference!



  1. Alkina carla mendoza says

    At what age we can start to homeschool our child?

    • You can begin as early as you want. Homeschooling your child is a lifestyle you can embrace while your child is still a toddler.

  2. what are the characteristic of kids that can cope/survive home schooling?

    • It would be best to inquire with homeschool providers for more statistics on this subject, but perosonally, i think as long as your child loves to learn and loves to read, he should thrive in the homeschool environment.

  3. I like to ask if its applicable with hyperactive children

  4. Would homeschooling be possible (and successful) even if just one of the parents believe in its benefits? My heart still longs to homeschool my children but without my husband’s support, I am afraid it would not work well for us.

    • It is still best to have the support of both parents since homeschooling is a family decision and a family lifestyle. Though I have heard of families who started to homeschool with only one of the parent believing in homeschooling then eventually when they finally see the benefits of homeschooling, the other party soon supports the decision to homeschool. Keep praying Olga! 🙂

  5. I just would like to know what are the views of the people on homeschooling and developing a child’s ability to relate to other children. This is one of my concerns on homeschooling 🙂

    • People view homeschooling differently. Some accept them while ohers don’t really understand what homeschooling is and how it works. I think it depends on why you really want to homeschool and how your family will adapt the lifestyle of homeschooling.
      Homeschooling is an excellent way to develop your child’s ability to relate to other adults and children. Since they are surrounded by adults most of the time, the homeschooled students usually turns out well mannered, able to converse with people of varying ages and able to express themselves well.

  6. What are the difference between homeschooling your child and enrolling him or her at school?

    • The biggest difference would be the main influencer and teacher would be the parent instead of a professional teacher. The home would be an environment where learning thrives as well.

  7. Michael Bustos says

    What are the benefits of a homeschooled child?

  8. Kin Buenconsejo says

    What are the advantages and disadvantages of a homeschooled child?

  9. what made you decide that homeschooling is for your family?

  10. with what’s been going on in schools lately, both public and private, i’m actually considering it..

  11. Allysa Pascual says

    What kind of materials do we need for homeschooling?

    • it actually depends on which curriculum you want to use for your child. there are some local materials available from your homeschool providers and there are also some which you can purchase from the internet

  12. Mark Mendoza says

    Do you know any homeschooling website where we can find more information about homeschooling?

  13. Esperanza Mendoza says

    Until what age do you recommend on homeschooling a child?

  14. My husband and I will definitely homeschool our child. We are not satisfied with the current school system and would also like to instill Godly values to him. By God’s grace, we can do this!
    Sandy Lorraine Tad-y

  15. caryn morales says

    can homeschool boost a child’s social skills?

    caryn morales

Speak Your Mind


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.