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New homeschool content from top homeschool bloggers streaming straight to your earbuds every Friday. Includes blog posts from Pam Barnhill, Sarah Mackenzie, Brandy Vencel, Mystie Winckler and more.

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New homeschool content from top homeschool bloggers streaming straight to your earbuds every Friday. Includes blog posts from Pam Barnhill, Sarah Mackenzie, Brandy Vencel, Mystie Winckler and more.

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Love all of Pam’s podcasts

By s chenvmv - Mar 29 2019
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I love all her podcasts and this one is no different.

Great podcast for old and new homeschoolers!!

By Lemonhead1276 - Nov 06 2018
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This is so encouraging!! Thank you!!!

iTunes Ratings

292 Ratings
Average Ratings
265
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5
7
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Love all of Pam’s podcasts

By s chenvmv - Mar 29 2019
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I love all her podcasts and this one is no different.

Great podcast for old and new homeschoolers!!

By Lemonhead1276 - Nov 06 2018
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This is so encouraging!! Thank you!!!
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The Homeschool Solutions Show with Wendy Speake

Latest release on Jan 28, 2020

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New homeschool content from top homeschool bloggers streaming straight to your earbuds every Friday. Includes blog posts from Pam Barnhill, Sarah Mackenzie, Brandy Vencel, Mystie Winckler and more.

Rank #1: HS 146 Julie Bogart: The Homeschool Experiment

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Today on the show I am joined by homeschool veteran and writing guru Julie Bogart. Part of our veteran's series, Julie has graduated five kids and now helps homeschool families the world over not only with writing skills through her Bravewriter program but also with how to homeschool bravely through her Homeschool Alliance and her new book The Brave Learner: Finding Everyday Magic in Homeschool, Learning, and Life.

In this conversation we chat about Julie's fond memories of homeschooling, what she did well, her biggest homeschool regrets, and she shares tons of wisdom on how to be true to yourself in your homeschool.

Feb 12 2019

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Rank #2: HS 124: How to Homeschool and Still Get (Most) Things Done by Pam Barnhill

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Be proactive, not reactive. You know you are going to have good days and bad days.

We’ve been talking the past couple of weeks about how we might be the ones sabotaging our homeschools. We also discussed the importance of having our attitudes ordered rightly because someone might be watching.

But what does this look like in the day to day of our home? We have meals to cook, errands, appointments, and a house to clean. And then there are the unexpected problems that come up in our week.

Listen or read more at https://pambarnhill.com/proactive-homeschooling/

Sep 07 2018

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Rank #3: HS 073: Secrets about Schedules by Mystie Winckler

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Does the word schedule make you break out in hives? Do you picture yourself harried and deflated at the end of a day on a schedule? Maybe for you, like me, that’s a vivid memory, not a theoretical picture.

There’s a lot of visceral reaction against schedules in the homeschool world, and I totally get why. I mean, can I schedule diaper blowouts and my doorbell ringing and the toddler pulling an open bag of powdered sugar onto herself? Where does that go in the schedule?

Listen or read more at https://www.simplyconvivial.com/2017/sc034

Sep 15 2017

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Rank #4: HS 076: 6 Ways to Help Your Child Overcome the Fear of Failure by Alexandra Eidens

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As a teacher, I’ve noticed one factor that consistently holds students back in the classroom: fear of failure. When my students are afraid to fail, they typically respond to challenges in one of two ways.

Listen or read more at https://biglifejournal.com/blogs/blog/help-your-child-overcome-fear-of-failure

Oct 06 2017

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Rank #5: HS 134: Homeschool Hacks for Juggling Multiple Kids by Pam Barnhill

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I’m not going to lie. Having multiple people in the room all at once is often the hardest part of homeschooling. Harder than choosing curriculum. Harder than keeping up with the laundry. Harder than teaching math. (I know, right?)

Not only are you dealing with personalities and relationships but also with multiple levels and multiple subjects. And it never fails that everyone seems to need you all the time and all at once.

Listen or read more at https://pambarnhill.com/juggling-multiple-kids/

Nov 16 2018

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Rank #6: HS 083: Motivate Your Kids by Teaching Them to Have a Growth Mindset by Marianne Sunderland

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If you’ve been around the Homeschooling With Dyslexia web site or Facebook page for long, you know how I love to learn about learning. Since I learn completely differently than 7 of the 8 kids that I homeschool, you could say it is a bit of a necessity. Good thing I have learned to enjoy it!

Listen or read more at https://homeschoolingwithdyslexia.com/motivate-kids-growth-mindset/

Nov 24 2017

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Rank #7: HS 079: How Moms Benefit from Reading Aloud

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Let’s say you are convinced that reading aloud to your children is the best thing you can do for them. You line up your reading selections, you plan your morning time, you are prepared to overcome the obstacles of wiggly bodies and wandering minds. You say that this is exactly the boost your homeschool needs.

The first day comes, and you eagerly dive in. But then you find yourself stumbling over the words. You run into words you can’t even pronounce, let alone understand. After a short time, your voice becomes strained and tired. Hmm… this isn’t as much fun as you thought it would be. Maybe it just won’t work for you.

Read the rest or listen at https://pambarnhill.com/how-moms-benefit-from-read-alouds/

Oct 27 2017

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Rank #8: HS 069: Dear Self: Why You Stink at Homeschool Consistency by Pam Barnhill

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Dear Self,

I am here today with some tough love.

Because I do love you, and I know this homeschooling your kids thing is important to you. And yet, you struggle with homeschooling consistently.

Often.

Listen or read more at https://edsnapshots.com/homeschool-consistency/

Aug 18 2017

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Rank #9: HS 128: Avoiding Overwhelm from the Inside Out by Marla Szwast

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I do not think it necessary to expound on why we want to avoid overwhelm in our homeschools. Overwhelm equals stress, chaos, and uncertainty, none of which complement a healthy lifestyle. Overwhelm can be a rather quiet beast, creeping in gradually until one day you just CAN’T.

I find keeping overwhelm at bay starts with intention. We first need to believe it is important and recognize that it will take life-long effort. In our homeschools, our children are constantly growing and changing, and so we must adapt. Avoiding overwhelm on a practical level may look completely different from one year to the next. The important thing is that you have go-to tools to help you avoid it, and if it hits, pull life back into balance.

Listen or read more at https://www.jumpintogenius.com/avoiding-overwhelm-from-the-inside-out/

Oct 05 2018

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Rank #10: HS 004: Best Tips for Creating a Homeschool Daily Schedule by Pam Barnhill

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I wish I could tell you that I have the formula for the perfect homeschool day, but sadly I do not. All I know for sure is that there are no two homeschool days that are exactly alike and whatever you plan, it will often not go exactly as planned.

Yes, having a plan in place is important. If we don’t, the overwhelming nature of the task before us will paralyze us. So here are my best tips for creating a daily schedule that inspires you to get things done.

May 26 2016

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Rank #11: HS 003: Loop Scheduling vs Block Scheduling - Which is Right For Your Homeschool? by Pam Barnhill

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Can I answer this question with a question? (No, not that question -- another one.) What do you want to accomplish with your homeschool schedule? Which scheduling method you use depends on what you are trying to accomplish in your homeschool, because both types of schedules lend themselves well to accomplishing very different goals. Block scheduling is used to organize your homeschool subjects in such a way that you are doing fewer of them at any given time. This allows you to focus deeper on fewer things throughout the day, have less anxiety because you are tracking less at any given time, and go more deeply by spending more time on a subject. Loop scheduling on the other hand is a way for you to reduce the stress in your homeschool that comes from skipping or missing subjects because they are assigned to specific days. Loop scheduling doesn't really allow you to do more or less in your day -- just not be upset by which thing you should do next. Let's take a look at a few examples of both to see how this plays out. Listen to hear the rest...

May 25 2016

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Rank #12: HS 138: Symptoms of a Homeschool Mom

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I saw a photo the other day of a worn out, exhausted mother collapsed onto a chair, hand to forehead. The caption under the picture read “I put my symptoms into Web MD and it turns out I just have kids.”

I couldn’t help but giggle.

I knew exactly how she felt.

Listen or read the rest here: https://rinellafamilyoutdoors.com/2017/07/17/symptoms-of-a-homeschool-mom/

Dec 07 2018

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Rank #13: HS 191 [AUDIOBLOG]: Why I'm No Longer Behind in Homeschooling by Jamie Erickson

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A Little behind

My sweet mother-in-love used to have this little ceramic doll that sat on a shelf in her living room. I remember seeing it long before I ever made the decision to homeschool. If memory serves, it was a gift given to her back in her homeschooling days...back when The Hubs sat at her dining room table poring over books about World War II and sloughing through algebra worksheets.

The doll stood bent over with its fanny pointed to the sky and on its bloomer bottoms were etched the words, "A little behind in school."

Listen or read more at https://www.theunlikelyhomeschool.com/2015/03/why-im-no-longer-behind-in-homeschool.html

Dec 24 2019

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Rank #14: HS 074: 8 Ways to Hold Your Independent Learners Accountable

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As homeschoolers, we all know the value of teaching our kids how to become independent learners. We work hard to pass the mantle of teacher from ourselves to our students. And we thrill as we see them picking up this mantle and running with it.

They are checking items off their lists, reading books, doing research, and filling their minds with lots of amazing information about science, history, geography, and more. Or are they?

What if your independent learners aren’t learning at all? What if they’re breezing through their work in order to get to free time? What if they’re skimming through the books? What if they’re killing time and not really learning what they say they are?

Listen or read the rest at https://www.homeschool-your-boys.com/independent-learners-accountable/

Sep 22 2017

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Rank #15: HS 154: Remembrance and Grammar with Cindy Rollins

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Cindy Rollins, mom of nine and "Mama of Morning Time" (so-named by me!), is back on the podcast this week to chat about Stratford Caldecott's Beauty in the Word -- specifically the portion on grammar, or what Caldecott calls "remembering." Join us as we chat about anamnesis, what it is and how it is alike and different what we already associate with memory. Listen for:
  1. The idea of anchoring or tethering our children to a cultural heritage.
  2. What are some Morning Time elements that help to convey this cultural heritage.
  3. How Cindy handles the aspects of our heritage that are not positive or admirable.
  4. The connection between language and memory and how language helps form relationships with ideas.
  5. How technology is both a blessing and a curse when it comes to our efforts to be people who practice Remembering.

Apr 09 2019

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Rank #16: HS 164: Big Family Homeschool Planning by Lynna Sutherland and Heather Tully

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Planning for one or two homeschool kids is challenging enough, but planning for school with six or more? Now that is a Herculean feat. But never fear, we have some mamas on the show today who have been doing that for a number of years.

Lynna Sutherland (mom of 8) and Heather Tully (mom of 10) join me today to discuss the ins and outs of big family homeschool planning -- what's different than regular planning, where to combine, and how to meet the needs of all.the.kids. Enjoy!

Jun 18 2019

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Rank #17: HS 162: Planning by Personality Type with Mystie Winckler

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Have you ever wondered how your personality type might impact your approach to homeschool planning?

On today's episode of the podcast we have a fascinating glimpse at how your Meyers-Briggs functions can have an affect on how you plan, what you plan, and how you work a plan. Homeschool personality guru, homeschool grad, and homeschool mom Mystie Winckler joins me for this very revealing conversation.

Jun 04 2019

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Rank #18: HS 002: Why Do You Do What You Do, Homeschool Mom? by Pam Barnhill

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Recently I took part in an online conversation with homeschool moms about the value of cursive writing and whether it should be taught in a homeschool. It was a polite, but lively conversation and a number of people weighed in on the topic.

The most surprising things about it, was that instead of relying on their own family goals or the latest research on the subject, so many families were basing their decision to teach cursive or not on the whims of the public school.

"They don't learn it any more in the schools in our town" and "My friend who is a teacher says..." were common refrains That got me to pondering. If pressed, many homeschooling families can succinctly spell out why they homeschool.

Homeschooling is tough; it is likely someone won't be homeschooling long past the first few months of eight-year-old math angst, without that knowledge of purpose and conviction.

In addition, most homeschoolers can explain quite well why they follow a specific homeschooling philosophy. Whether they are Charlotte Mason because they believe in a broad, liberal arts education for even the youngest child, or are Unschoolers because they believe you can't learn anything by coercion, they have thought enough about the philosophy before taking it on to know why they wear the label.

Where I see a lack of forethought on the part of homeschoolers is in thinking about the whys of their day-to-day subjects and schedule. Much thought and deliberation goes into the purchase of curriculum, yet how much thought goes into the idea of why even buy curriculum to do a subject in the first place?

Listen for the rest...

May 24 2016

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Rank #19: HS 142: Heather Woodie Morning Time with Teens

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Today we are joined on the podcast by Heather Woodie of Blog She Wrote, mom of four young adults. Heather has been practicing Morning Time in her family for a number of years, and has seen a shift in the practice as she has graduated two kids and is now left home with two more teens to go.   In this episode of the podcast we chat about:
  1. how Heather's Morning Time changed has changed over the years.
  2. why is Morning Time still a valuable practice in the teen years.
  3. what kind of adjustments and challenges a teen-only Morning Time brings.
  4. how Heather's role at Morning Time changed as the kids have gotten older.
  5. and how Heather has been able to use topics from Morning Time as coursework and credits for the purposes of high school transcripts
  6. plus so much more.
  Sit back and enjoy as we dive into Morning Time with the teen set. Find the show notes at https://pambarnhill.com/hs142

Jan 15 2019

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Rank #20: HS 147 (AUDIOBLOG) A Day in the Life: Homeschooling Multiple Children by Deana Wood

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Have you seen the video where someone is trying to line up a litter of cute, cuddly kittens? If you haven’t, let me spoil it for you: it doesn’t work very well! As you can imagine, it’s a full thirty seconds of constant redirection, repositioning, and mayhem. To everyone watching, it’s hilarious, but to the poor person trying to herd those kittens, it was exhausting.

This image hits close to home for homeschool moms of multiples. Some days, homeschooling multiple children is very much like herding cats. As soon as you get one seated, another pops up and wanders off, and the day is similar to the old whack-a-mole game.

Can you relate? Listen or read more at https://www.sonlight.com/blog/multiple-children-homeschool.html

Feb 19 2019

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HS 198: Homeschooling Boys with Monica Swanson

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Jan 28 2020

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HS 199 [AUDIOBLOG}: Why I am Glad That I Homeschooled by Dr. Jay Wile

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Jan 28 2020

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HS 196: The Introverted Homeschool Mom with Jamie Martin

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Jan 21 2020

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HS 197 [AUDIOBLOG]: Dear Exhausted Homeschool Mom, by Ana Willis

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Jan 16 2020

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HS 194: Homeschooling Encouragement with Sally Clarkson

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Jan 14 2020

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HS 195 [AUDIOBLOG]: Of Dates and Dynasties, by Judy Wnuk

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Jan 09 2020

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HS 193: Troubles in the Homeschool, Wendy Speake

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Jan 07 2020

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HS 192: Passing the Baton with Wendy Speake

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All good things must come to an end and this is one of those cases. I have decided to turn my focus to Morning Baskets in 2020 and beyond and therefore am stepping down as host of the Homeschool Solutions show.

But never fear, I am leaving you in great hands. Enter Wendy Speake, homeschool mom and blogger extraordinaire. She is taking the helm of the show and carrying it into the next decade.

Join us today to get to know Wendy and hear her vision for the show.

P.S. If you want more podcasts from me in the future, you can find me on Your Morning Basket.

The show notes for this episode are at pambarnhill.com/hs192

Jan 07 2020

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HS 191 [AUDIOBLOG]: Why I'm No Longer Behind in Homeschooling by Jamie Erickson

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A Little behind

My sweet mother-in-love used to have this little ceramic doll that sat on a shelf in her living room. I remember seeing it long before I ever made the decision to homeschool. If memory serves, it was a gift given to her back in her homeschooling days...back when The Hubs sat at her dining room table poring over books about World War II and sloughing through algebra worksheets.

The doll stood bent over with its fanny pointed to the sky and on its bloomer bottoms were etched the words, "A little behind in school."

Listen or read more at https://www.theunlikelyhomeschool.com/2015/03/why-im-no-longer-behind-in-homeschool.html

Dec 24 2019

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HS 190 [AUDIOBLOG] Saying Goodbye to Comparison and Loving the Homeschool You Have by Emily Copeland

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It’s no secret that comparison is a thief of joy. That’s true in all of areas of life, including homeschooling. We all know that nothing good comes from comparing our homeschools, yet too often we spend our days drowning in homeschool comparison and looking for that next surefire thing that will magically bring us up to some self-imposed standard.

I’m not a “fun” homeschool mom. You’d come to that realization pretty quickly after scrolling through my Instagram feed. Sure, you’ll see lots of books, art, and scenes from our time outside, but you won’t find a lot of jazzy activities and “magical” experiences in our day-to-day homeschool life. I’m not that mom and that’s not our homeschool.

Listen or read more at https://tablelifeblog.com/homeschool-comparison/

Dec 17 2019

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HS 189 [AUDIOBLOG]: Why Bother? What’s the point of a great education if your children can’t seem to remember most of it? by Amy Sloan

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Tell me I’m not the only one…

You spend hours crafting the Ultimate Book List…

You incorporate hands-on-projects…

You basically make learning awesome and fun…

And a few years (or maybe even months or – worse – weeks) later, your children don’t seem to remember any of it.

It’s tempting to get a little grumpy about the perceived waste of time and effort.

Listen or read more at https://humilityanddoxology.com/why-bother/

Dec 10 2019

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HS 188 [AUDIOBLOG]: The Eraser by Aby Rinella

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Each day as we wrap up school I take a moment to return our table from desk back to gathering place. I stack books, collect papers and brush up the eraser dust from the day’s lessons.

Eraser dust. Everywhere.

From the small eraser at the end of the pencils that fail to be enough, to the eraser caps we buy by the dozens, to the ‘big guys’ that can handle the jobs the others can’t, erasers are always made available… but are often forgotten.

Listen or read more at https://rinellafamilyoutdoors.com/2019/02/01/the-eraser/

Dec 03 2019

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HS 187 [AUDIOBLOG] How to Take the Stress Out of December by Cindy West

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I never like to admit when I’m barely treading water, but it happens almost every year as Thanksgiving approaches. The moment the leftover turkey is put in the fridge, it seems that December and its giant to-do list overwhelm me.

Besides the regular crazy that we call our day-to-day around here, December kicks it up more than a notch or two.

Listen or read more at https://ourjourneywestward.com/take-the-stress-out-of-december/

Nov 26 2019

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HS 186 The Real Mom Tour Hits the Road with Colleen Kessler and Sarah Mackenzie

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Today on the podcast I am joined by my good friends Sarah Mackenzie and Colleen Kessler to chat about our new adventure next year -- the Real Mom Tour with Great Homeschool Conventions. We are so excited to share this new event with homeschool moms all over the country.   Join the conversation as we talk about our favorite things about going to the convention, our insider convention stories, and how to get the most from your convention trip. We can't wait to see you there.

Nov 20 2019

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HS 185 [AUDIOBLOG]: Why We Homeschool (and Why We Don't Explain Ourselves to nosy strangers) by Ashley Fox

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Why do we homeschool? Our story to coming to terms with what is really best for our family – and getting over-explaining it to everyone on the street.

“You’re homeschooling? How lovely. WHY would you want to do that?”

Going against the mainstream opens the door to big questions about big life choices to random strangers at the post office.

Listen or read more at https://thehomeschoolresourceroom.com/2017/12/14/pros-and-cons-of-homeschool/

Nov 12 2019

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HS 184 The Important Skills Learned from Cooking with Kids

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I don't know about your kids, but mine love to bake. There is something about getting in the kitchen and making a mess while making something yummy that appeals.

This summer I had the pleasure of meeting Tiffany Dahle who has a brand new baking book out for kids. My favorite thing about it (other than the gorgeous photos)? It makes things easy. It is written in clear, kid-friendly language. I could totally hand this over to my kids and they will actually learn to bake all the things.

On this episode of the podcast Tiffany and I chat about the book, but also many of the benefits of baking with kids. You also get to hear Tiffany's story of how she came unexpectedly to homeschooling and what it is meaning to her family.

For links and more info: https://pambarnhill.com/cooking-with-kids/

Nov 05 2019

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HS 183 [AUDIOBLOG]: The Role of the Parent in Music Education by Inga Hope

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How many times have you heard the phrase that kids just can’t stick to an instrument long enough? Or that kids like to explore music but don’t like to commit to anyone instrument?

As a music teacher, I hear this complaint all the time. I hear it from parents and I hear it from other music teachers. They just say things like “Oh well, the child quit again! They have a short attention span, that’s just how it is”. But I’m here to tell you “No – that’s not how it is”! It shouldn’t be that way. It’s a fallacy that kids can’t persevere with music or that they can’t stick to an instrument long enough.

Absolutely not true.

Listen or read more at https://www.gentleguitar.com/parent-role-in-music-education/

Oct 29 2019

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HS 182 Andrew Stanley: Homeschooling is Too Funny

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Andrew Stanley was homeschooled through eighth grade and gets it. He knows homeschooling makes the fodder for some funny jokes.

Join me and Andrew on this episode of the podcast as we chat about how a finance major ended up as a standup comedian, if his years as a homeschooler somehow uniquely prepared him for his current profession, and other things he might not want his mother to know (as if she doesn't already).

Oct 22 2019

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HS 181 [AUDIOBLOG]: Morning Basket with Older Kids: How to Make it Work by Pam Barnhill

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So you’ve been doing Morning Time in your home and that now your kids are getting a little bit older, you’re wondering should I still be doing Morning Time? Can I still be do Morning Time and how is that going to work?

Maybe you’ve been doing Morning Time for quite a while and now some of your kids are starting to get a little bit older. They might even become a little reluctant to keep participating in Morning Time. 

Listen or read more at https://pambarnhill.com/morning-basket-with-older-kids/

Oct 15 2019

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HS 180 [AUDIOBLOG]: What is a Morning Basket and Why Would You Want to do One? by Pam Barnhill

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Morning baskets are something that have been taking the homeschool world by storm. Everywhere you look there they are. So you might be wondering what is this morning basket thing and do I want to do one?

Morning basket is just another name for a practice that has been going on in homeschool circles for over 30 years now. Simply, it’s a time in the day when everyone in the family can come together and learn together about specific subjects and morning basket is just one of the names for it.

Listen or read more at https://pambarnhill.com/homeschool-morning-basket/

Oct 08 2019

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Love all of Pam’s podcasts

By s chenvmv - Mar 29 2019
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I love all her podcasts and this one is no different.

Great podcast for old and new homeschoolers!!

By Lemonhead1276 - Nov 06 2018
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This is so encouraging!! Thank you!!!