Manitoba Association for Schooling at Home


About MASH

The Manitoba Association for Schooling at Home is the largest homeschooling group in the province and the only inclusive secular group, representing all homeschoolers regardless of faith, philosophy or points of view. Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, we are working together to help each other make the best of our common homeschooling experience. What MASH does Membership Volunteer MASH on Facebook Contact MASH What Mash Does […]

2020 MASH Conference Recordings for Purchase

This Fall, MASH is shifting our annual homeschooling conference online. We’ve planned seven sessions that will inform and inspire you on the homeschooling journey. Whether you’re new to homeschooling or a seasoned veteran, there’s something here for you. All sessions will take place via Zoom.Advance registration is required for each individual session.Registration fee: $5 per session Click on the links below to view speaker bios […]

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Minecraft Manito Ahbee Aki Project

Please see the attached new, interactive resource, Minecraft Manito Ahbee Aki Project. Greg Kiesman (Coordinator of ICT at LRSD) presented the following Minecraft world created in partnership between educators at LRSD and Microsoft Minecraft. He said that: In the Manito Ahbee Aki Minecraft world, students experience Indigenous community, culture and knowledge and are immersed in the living history of Canada’s Anishinaabe Peoples. The project includes the Minecraft world, […]

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Field Trips and Outings

Field Trips and Outings

MASH is pleased to present occasional field trips, classes, and outings for your homeschool family. During this pandemic time, most of the options will be virtual. In-person events will resume when restrictions lift, and we can safely do so. Find out more about these opportunities by signing up for the MASH newsletter here. If you have ideas or suggestions of activities, outings or classes you’d […]

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VIDEO: How to Fill Out the January Progress Reports

MASH Advisory Team member Rachael Fecyk-Lamb has had some discussions and email correspondence with the Manitoba Homeschooling Office Government Liaisons about the requirements for the Homeschooling Progress Reports which all homeschoolers need to submit by January 31, 2021. In this Zoom session, Rachael will discuss how to write the reports in a way that the government liaisons will accept. For homeschoolers who received “Insufficient Homeschooling […]

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