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MASH Winter Fun Day!

Monday, February 14th, 2022. 11 am – 2 pm St. Vital Park. Toboggan Run and Shelter Bring your lunch and a toboggan for a day of winter fun with other homeschool families. This accessible toboggan run area features a fire pit, two slides (of differing height, accessible by stairs...

Where Does Your Clothing Come From?

Farm and Mill Tour Monday, October 18, 2021, 11 am Long Way Homestead, Ste. Genevieve, MB Learn how wool is harvested and spun into yarn for clothing.  Tour the woolen mill. Get hands-on and naturally dye some fabricor yarn in Manitoba grown Indigo.  Explore our local clothing supply chain,and meet the sheep that grow your...

Picnic and Playtime

Tuesday, September 28,12-3 pm Vimy Ridge Park (Portage Ave and Home St.) Bring your lunch and picnic blanket for this funmeet up with other homeschooling families. Meet near the swings (west side of park)....

Not Back to School Picnic

Join us on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, 11 am – 2 pm at the Nature Playground in Assiniboine Park for the annual MASH Not Back to School Picnic. Bring your lunch and picnic blanket for this fun meet up with other homeschooling families. From babies to teens, come one,...

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...

How to Write a Homeschool Progress Report

Monday, December 14, 7 pm, ONLINE MASH is hosting a FREE online Zoom event intended to address your questions about writing and submitting your January Homeschooling Progress Reports. There will be a presentation followed by an opportunity to ask questions. MASH Advisory Team member Rachael Fecyk-Lamb has had some...

MASH 2020 Homeschool Conference – The Joy of Homeschooling Teens

Veteran homeschoolers share their experiences and insights on homeschooling through the teenage years. Did you blink your eyes one day only to find yourself homeschooling someone taller than you? Congratulations, you’re now the parent of a teenage homeschooler. The breed is fairly rare and, if given plenty of food...

MASH 2020 Homeschool Conference – The Power of Play for Learning

Choose between play and learning? No way! Explore the science behind play-based learning. Many people, including some educators, believe that we need to choose between play opportunities and rigorous academics. Yet the science actually tells us that one is necessary for the other. Play is a primary component of...

MASH 2020 Homeschool Conference – Helping our Children Get It and Remember It

Helping our Children Get It and Remember It: Brain Compatible Learning Ideas and inspiration to improve your child’s learning and retention Since the 1980s, the idea of “brain-compatible learning” and how to use it with school-age children has been explored, but the field of brain research as it relates...