Fwd: Homeschool Moms Meetup: May!

You are Invited!
SHBE is hosting a series of live online meetups this spring, led by Jenn Dean of Families Matter Most. The meetings are open to all homeschool moms without cost or strings attached, other than prior registration.
May 15: Using personality styles at home (Register Here)
This month we’re going to dive into personality types and how different styles tend to deal with life! We’ll overview each one, and you’ll discover how to reach the hearts 
of your kids more often and with better results. Also, this session will give you some insight personally to understand your own behaviors and how to maximize your strengths. We’ll brainstorm how to use this information to immediately bring more peace and cooperation at home.
June 12: Making the most of summer (Register Here)
Summer is here! Many families enjoy taking the whole summer off school, and others only take short breaks. However it looks in your home, we are all feeling the need to slow down and relax a little. But the lack schedules and minimal routine doesn’t always bring out the best in us- or our kids. This session we’ll collaborate on the best ways to stay connected as a family, enjoy some time off and still accomplish a thing or two! We need your ideas, come ready to share your best tips for family fun!  
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
About SHBE
Saskatchewan Home Based Educators (SHBE) is the official voice of home-based educators in Saskatchewan. Working with relevant organizations, SHBE assists in creating a positive social and political environment for home-based education in Saskatchewan. SHBE organizes and develops social, supportive and instructional events for its members.
To join SHBE or to learn more please go to www.shbe.info.
About Families Matter Most
After feeling like a failure as a parent, Jenn Dean wants to encourage you to keep on trying your best with your kids.. She and her husband Sean founded the organization to empower parents to reach the hearts of their kids. Part practical tools and part emotional support, her podcast, coaching and workshops equip parents to help kids do the right thing, even when nobody’s looking. She and her husband Sean are homeschooling their kids as well, and look for any reason to make watching a classic movie count as “school”.
For free resources, activities and the podcast go to www.familiesmattermost.com