May 2010 Schoolhouse Expo- Carol Barnier


Does your little wiggler seem to fall out of his chair? Instead of having this child learn like others, find the key that unlocks learning for the distractible child. Join Carol Barnier and learn how to help your child.


Can a simple 20-minute lesson drag into 2 hours? Does your little wiggler seem to fall out of his chair a great deal? Is he distracted by things others don’t even notice? Find out what you must change for this child to stay on task and learn. Instead of trying to make this child learn like most others, find the key that unlocks learning for the highly distractible child. We’ll cover how to put motion into learning, making math fun (no, really!) and how to make learning experiences that cement your child’s understanding of science, history, and language. In other words, come and learn practical tips that you can start using Monday morning. (Best for Pre-K through 6th. )

Carol Barnier is author of three books, mother to three children, and wife to one husband. She is a popular speaker and radio guest as well as a regular provider of commentary for Focus on the Family’s Weekend Magazine. She has written for a variety of magazines.

She strives to provide practical and usable ideas in each and every talk. In fact, her promotional material claims that she strives for the wit of Erma Bombeck crossed with the depth of C.S. Lewis, but on most days, she freely admits, what she usually achieves is a good Lucy Ricardo with a bit of Bob the Tomato.

As the author of three books about working with non-traditional minds (which most definitely includes her own), you will leave her workshops laughing and excited about the many ideas you’ve taken away.

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"Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it" (Proverbs 22:6).