Attention all new and prospective homeschoolers!

Thursday, May 18, 6:30-9:00 pm… we have JUST the thing you need! A relaxed and information-packed, FREE evening where you can get a good…

Taste Of Homeschooling!

The Taste of Homeschooling will be held in the Radisson. Dessert Reception and Check-in begin at 6:30pm, and the seminar begins at 7:00pm.

NOTE: You do NOT have to pay anything to come to the Taste of Homeschooling, whether or not you are attending the rest of this year’s INCH Conference. This event is free and open to the public. If you are not registering online for the rest of the conference, the best way to pre-register, and help us make adequate preparations, is to simply sign up here! Fill out the form and then come Thursday night, May 19, to the Radisson Ballroom, and we will get you officially checked in at the door. 🙂

Are you new to homeschooling or maybe still considering the whole idea? Then this evening is for YOU!

Come hear lots of helpful hints for “Getting Started” from some of our knowledgeable speakers and veteran homeschool leaders, ask all your questions and even receive a sneak preview/guided tour of the conference exhibit hall.

Hear These Great messages from:

Israel Wayne

Israel Wayne

Israel Wayne – The Benefits of Homeschooling

Why should you homeschool? Using facts, research, evidence, and Scripture, Israel will address new and prospective homeschoolers about the benefits of teaching, training, and discipling your children at home. He’ll address subjects such as academics, socialization, character, relationships, and faith/values, arguing that homeschooling is the perfect means to achieving amazing ends in all those areas!  This engaging presentation will be an overview of the many positive points of homeschooling.


Linda Crosby

Linda Crosby

Linda Crosby – Getting Started

So, you’ve decided to homeschool your children. Now what? If you are at this jumping-in point and need direction navigating your homeschool journey, this workshop is for you! Homeschool mom-survivor since 2001, Linda Crosby is equipped to answer your questions: How do I teach several kids at different levels? Where do I find curriculum? What about report cards? Do I need an American flag in the kitchen? Do I need a teaching certificate? Can video games count as something? How much does this cost? Are pajamas a homeschool uniform? Where is the teacher’s lounge? Plus many, many more.


Parking information – If you’re just coming for the evening, parking in the Lansing Center Lot is recommended… cost is $7/entry. (The Lansing Center lot can be accessed as you’re heading south on Cedar St. or from underneath off Michigan Ave.) If you are staying overnight at the Radisson Hotel, valet parking there is recommended. Just pull up to the door and valets will park your car for you, at the greatly discounted rate of $10. (Be sure to tell them you’re with INCH.) Then you can walk across the indoor skywalk that connects the Radisson to the Lansing Center.


Click Here to Register (if You are NOT attending the Conference.)