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 – 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: Homeschool Group’s History Day is a Hit with Revere

Homeschool Group’s History Day is a Hit with Revere


Joshua from Nebraska dressed up for his homeschool group’s History Day as Paul Revere. Paul Revere was Joshua’s favorite historical character in the books and he couldn’t wait to share his report with us! When we asked Joshua who his favorite crew member was, he quickly replied “Tommy”. Do you think it’s because they are both football players? They kind of look alike too don’t they? Either way, Joshua makes a great Paul Revere and we are proud of him for reading all five books!

FULL WIDTH: Homeschool FOM – July 2017

A Colonial Field Trip With Rush Revere

Homeschool Family of the Month – June 2017

Isn’t this a fantastic photo? This is Melanie and her brother and sister from Baltimore, Maryland in front of the Governor’s Palace during homeschool week in Williamsburg, Virginia! Before they visited they read Rush Revere and the American Revolution in their homeschool group so they would know more about the colonial time period. Melanie is really funny too! She said that her favorite room was “the ballroom and the large portraits of the King and Queen on the wall, not that the Patriots liked them much!” That is so hilarious, Liberty is laughing his head off!

We called Melanie’s mom and learned more about their homeschool group. They are part of a co-op of 11 families made up of 40 children. They used the Rush Revere curriculum and it helped them pass literary reviews. They really like the way the stories are written and how they “engage and keep the kids’ attention.” All have recently read book 5, and as they live near Washington, D.C., they are excited to follow the adventures to see the National Archives and Fort McHenry. Don’t forget to try Liberty’s Top Secret Mission: OPERATION MILK SHAKE, and have fun!

FULL WIDTH: No Sleep Till Plymouth!

No Sleep Till Plymouth!


Melissa of Utah shared a great story about her homeschooling family with us. She told us that she began re-reading Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims to her young children at night. Apparently, they really love the series, because Melissa found her nine-year-old son reading it to the younger ones in bed her bed while they were supposed to be getting ready for school! Melissa said, “It’s a good thing they’re homeschooled!” That is so funny!

Melissa is excited to expand their Rush Revere Library, and she thanked the authors for “making history fun,” saying that “never before has history held their attention.” She noted that this is especially important as they are a military family. Thank you so much for speaking with us Melissa and for your family’s service to our country. Keep reading and sharing these wonderful stories!

FULL WIDTH: Allison Uses Acting to Bring History to Life

Allison Uses Acting to Bring History to Life


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!