2011 CHEA Convention – Pasadena, CA

by | Jul 12, 2011 | Uncategorized

If you homeschool in Southern California, you know that the CHEA Convention is one of the highlights of the year! With a great lineup of speakers and all sorts of curriculum exhibitors, you won’t want to miss this extra-special 28th annual event July 14-16.

This year, the CHEA Convention will again be held at the beautiful Pasadena Convention Center. Visit www.cheaofca.org for information, convention schedule, and downloadable workshop syllabus pages.

Vendor Booth

As you begin looking toward the next school year, it’s also the perfect time to stop by our booth to ask questions, see what’s new, or browse through WriteShop books in person. Find us in Booth #329.

At the convention you can:

  • See our full line of WriteShop products
  • Purchase the newest WriteShop Primary books.
  • Preview the up-and-coming WriteShop Junior materials.
  • Learn how you can teach a WriteShop co-op class in your area.
  • Receive much-needed encouragement about teaching writing.
  • Attend my workshop “Ten Stumbling Blocks to Writing” at 12:40 on Friday.

Visit the CHEA website for more information. Hope to see you there!



  1. wendy Olson with Clowning Creations

    Thanks Kim. My Step Dad has some books out, maybe he’d like to get on this blog. His name is L.C. Dunlop and wrote In the beginning creation or evolution, flights of fancy, cornbread Christianity, footprints in the sand, A divine destiny, among others. Opps, gotta go. Let it shine girl

  2. wendy Olson with Clowning Creations

    Dear Kim, Please feel free to delete my comments. I’ll have to see what all goes on this blog another time. Let it shine

  3. wendy Olson with Clowning Creations

    So Sorry Kim, I didn’t know I stumbled onto a writer’s blog. How awesome it is for you to have one. I was trying to write CHEA; and in a hurry. Let it shine, Wendy Matt.5:16

  4. wendy Olson with Clowning Creations

    So Sorry Kim, I didn’t know I stumbled onto a writer’s blog. Trying to reach Chea. I love to share stories and clown antics. I’ll be back to discuss and read more about your blog… In a hurry. Let it shine, Wendy



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