Rush and Kathryn Adams Limbaugh and all of us at the Adventures of Rush Revere Series are proud to support the homeschool mission nationwide. We absolutely love hearing from you and sharing your great stories with other homeschool families! Below are some of our favorites along with homeschool event dates featuring the Revere Series!

FULL WIDTH: Rush Revere at Homeschool Conferences Around USA!

Rush Revere at Homeschool Conferences Around USA!

 MARCH – JULY 2017

Rush and Kathryn Adams Limbaugh and all of us at the Adventures of Rush Revere Series are proud to support the homeschool mission nationwide. This year, we partnered with The Alliance and will be sponsoring homeschool conferences throughout the United States. Look out for special offers from us at the events below. See you there!

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IAHE – Indianapolis, IN – March 24-25

NCHEA – Lincoln, NE – March 31-April 1

MACHE – St. Paul, MN – April 20-22

CAPE-NM – Albuquerque, NM – April 20-22

OCHEC – Oklahoma City, OK – May 5-6

THSC – Arlington, TX – May 11-13

MHEA – Starkville, MS – May 19-20

INCH – Lansing, MI – May 18-20

FPEA – Kissimmee, FL – May 25-27

NICHE – St. Coralville, IA – June 1-3

CHOIS – Nampa, ID – June 2-3

HOW – Powell, WY – June 2-3

HEAV – Richmond, VA – June 8-10

OCEANetwork – Portland, OR – June 23-24

CHEF of Alabama – Birmingham, AL – June 30-July 1

AFHE – Phoenix, AZ – July 7-8

CHEA – Pasadena, CA – July 13-15

THSC – The Woodlands, TX – July 20-22

FULL WIDTH: Allison Uses Acting to Bring History to Life

Allison Uses Acting to Bring History to Life

OREGON

Our friend Allison from Oregon is a middle school homeschool teacher. She uses the Rush Revere books with her groups to inspire the students using acting! She makes the stories into a living drama, which really impresses the Crew, especially Liberty who is a natural actor. In fact, he is thinking of a visit to Hollywood, maybe to star in a Western. Anyway, Allison “LOVES finding ways to make history come alive for kids.” Well it certainly sounds like you are doing that Allison- well done. Super glad that lots of hours of work was saved for you. That’s great!

FULL WIDTH: Lynn, Homeschool Teacher and ‘History Nerd’

Lynn, Homeschool Teacher and ‘History Nerd’

SOUTH CAROLINA

Lynn is really funny. She called herself a history nerd! Rush Revere really liked hearing that because people sometimes think he is a little odd for wearing Colonial clothing in modern day. We don’t think he is odd though, as we know he does it to teach kids about history! Lynn let us know that her homeschool co-op students’ imaginations come to life after reading the Adventures of Rush Revere. They run outside to play and she hears them shouting “Rush…rush…rushing to history!” I guess this worked, because the students know about American history and can even explain the Stamp Act and other bits of history. So cool!

FULL WIDTH: Family Connects through the Rush Revere Series

Family Connects through the Rush Revere Series

UTAH

We recently spoke with homeschool mom Liz, who told us a lovely story about the Rush Revere Series crossing generations. You see, Liz’s father, who adored author Rush Limbaugh, passed away and was never able to meet her children, including son Isaiah.

For Christmas, Liz gave Rush Revere books to the young man, who smiled politely when opening the gift, but was probably thinking – why a book mom? It was emotional for Liz to read a chapter a night to Isaiah, and to share the work of an author her father loved.  Soon, though, he was laughing at Liberty’s jokes, and even asked his mom to read more chapters when his sisters were asleep.

After a few weeks, they completed the book and kept right on reading.  “Isaiah is learning about the White House right now,” Liz recently said, “My dad would have been so proud of him.”

FULL WIDTH: Co-op Plays Cool Jellybean Tax Game

Co-op Plays Cool Jellybean Tax Game

OREGON

Allison of Oregon, let us know about a fun American history game her homeschool group played using Rush Revere and the First Patriots.  To learn about taxation without representation in the Colonial era, they started by playing the roles of King George, Parliament, and a tax collector.

Each student started with a cup full of jellybeans. Then the student playing the role of a member of British Parliament stood and read off specific items of clothing, and an associated number.  If a student was wearing a listed item like “jeans,” that number of jellybeans would be given up.

Quickly the unfair nature of the taxing system in Colonial America became clear, as all jellybeans were given up to taxes.  The next day, when the students role-played Colonists versus King George and Great Britain, the debate became heated! It appears the young colonists were none too happy about the taxes – would a Revolution happen soon? We will have to wait to hear more from Allison, who said the students all learned a lot and had fun!