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Created with the homeschool mom in mind, the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast is here to encourage and inspire you on your homeschool journey. Through real stories, real struggles, and real life, Misty Bailey and her guests share how to embrace imperfection and strive for a more joyful homeschool. Misty is a homeschool mom to three kids and has been homeschooling for over 9 years. Learn more about her mission to encourage and equip the homeschool mom on her blog Joy in the Journey (findingjoyi ...
 
Welcome to Season 3! Working While Homeschooling is all about making it possible - to work AND homeschool! Working While Homeschooling's mission is to help homeschooling parents make money and maybe even have a “career” while continuing to homeschool, without losing their sanity! A lofty, noble goal indeed; and one that we think that is much needed! Find out more at www.workingwhilehomeschooling.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/workingwhilehomeschooling/support
 
This is a podcast all about how the craziness of homeschooling molds and shapes the lives of us homeschooling moms. Because it turns out, homeschooling isn't all about our kids! Join me, Leah Lovero, as I share my journey of personal and spiritual growth while homeschooling my four kids. It's always an adventure. I hope my journey can help you as well! This is a podcast just for you, the heart of your homeschool.
 
Scholé Sisters is the podcast for the classical homeschooling mama who seeks to learn and grow while she’s helping her children learn and grow. Scholé Sisters is a casual conversation about topics that matter to those of us in the trenches of classical homeschooling who yearn for something more than just checking boxes and getting it all done. In each episode, we cover our Scholé Everyday (suggestions for inspiration and growth), and a topical discussion relying on principles we find in book ...
 
You get to ask the questions. In the context of promoting joy, fun and an environment of love, your hosts, Bonnie and Elizabeth welcome you! Bonnie is a homeschool mom of seven kids, 29 years in (with a few more to go), writer, speaker and cheerleader. Elizabeth, mom of four, in the thick of glorious family life, brings her questions and yours to the table. Join us for some honest discussion about how to make home education cozy. Just like you imagined.
 
The Ron Paul Homeschooling Podcast helps parents avoid burnout with self-paced, self-taught video-based learning by subject experts such as Tom Woods, Gary North, Benjamin Richards, Bradley Fish, Daniel Dignan, and John Hamilton. Students avoid the frustration of being left behind or being bored by not getting challenging coursework. Parents and students can save money and time by earning college credit during high school. Listen to interviews of instructors and get your questioned answered. ...
 
Encouraging, teaching, and inspiring Christian homeschool parents with Biblical vision for thier families and the home education process. Christian Heritage On Air is a program designed specifically to minister to the Christian homeschooling family. Increasing numbers of Christian parents are recognizing the need to train up their children “in the way they should go” by teaching them diligently as they sit in their house, as they walk by the way, as they lie down, and as they rise up. (Deut. ...
 
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If you would like to support this podcast, click HERE. This episode we take a few questions on different topics. We discuss a question from a dad…the varieties of the father’s role in homeschool, and what is the best way a dad can support his family in the homeschool endeavour. We also address an age old question…what DO I do when my family or frie…
 
Our guest today is Maria Bell. Maria educates her children at home in the Charlotte Mason tradition and enjoys studying and sharing with others the biblical roots of Miss Mason’s philosophy. She is a linguist by training and profession, but her heart is for the ministry of motherhood and the pursuit of Truth. She resides in the Washington D.C. metr…
 
As I shared in my Q and A episode with Davonne I get questions ALL the time about my family, my homeschool, our traditions, and really everything. So, I thought it would be fun to answer some basic questions on holidays, our traditions, and what our family likes most about the holidays. Podcast Sponsor Biglifejournal.com (use code JOYFUL15 for 15% …
 
I just made kind of a whopper of a mistake in my homeschool and I want to make sure you don't make the same one. I knew already what the key to my family's "perfect" homeschool schedule was. We had it going on for 3 years already and then I flubbed it for the first 13 weeks of this school year. Ready for the key? It's margin. Lots of margin. Today …
 
Are you looking for ways to create a more Charlotte Mason atmosphere in your home? Today we want to address a great question, and here to join me are Jenn Faas and Laura Pitney, my friends and coworkers. Sonya: Here’s the question: “Can you give some tips on great ways to create a Charlotte Mason […] Your Questions Answered: Your Home School Space …
 
Childhood is a unique growing time for our children; educators, parents, and experts have known this for years and yet childhood often gets swept under the rug at the expense of rigorous academics and a schedule full of structured activities. Children are, for the first time in history, busy. Schedules have largely replaced curiosity. Organized pro…
 
Welcome! In this episode I am talking about the Homeschool Journey and addressing questions from listeners. Homeschooling and Unschooling Questions Dealing with homeschool overwhelm? What you can do and why the solution sometimes means doing less, not more. What happens when the homeschool honeymoon is over? The importance of going back to your "WH…
 
This week I talk about keeping homeschool and work going, even while dealing with an emergency in our family. This episode was brought to you by Homeschool Magnet. A special thanks for their support of our Working While Homeschooling parents! Please check them out at HomeschoolMagnet.com. We appreciate our Listener Supporters! For more info: https:…
 
Join us as New York Times bestselling author Tom Woods takes us through the many benefits of Homeschooling, especially the abilities instilled by encouraging independent and self realized research. Tom Woods gained a bachelor’s from Harvard and Ph.D. from Columbia and is the host of The Tom Woods Show. A great deal of his life’s work can be found a…
 
Are you looking for ways to create a more Charlotte Mason atmosphere in your home? Today we want to address a great question, and here to join me are Jenn Faas and Laura Pitney, my friends and coworkers. Sonya: Here’s the question: “Can you give some tips on great ways to create a Charlotte Mason […] Your Questions Answered: Your Home School Space …
 
If you would like to support this podcast, click HERE. In today’s episode, we interview Lauren Power. She’s a mom and entrepreneur. We’ve brought her on the show this week because we receive questions about working and homeschooling. Her homeschooling days are done, as her kids are grown, but she worked all through those homeschool years. But it’s …
 
Kim Santee and I are talking about self-care. She says self-care for her is “creating a life I don’t need to escape from” and guys that speak volumes. What kind of life are you creating? I have had the life that I needed to escape from and it is not fun. We can do better. And it starts by creating time for YOU. No matter how small or mundane it may…
 
I LOVE talking about how we need to really take care of ourselves as homeschool moms because our job is so draining. I’ve talked about it a bunch on the podcast already. But the part of ourselves that I don’t talk about that much is our mind! But I’m doing it today because it's just so so important and transformational. I really believe that! So on…
 
Charlotte Mason used a wonderfully unique and effective method for teaching conversational foreign languages. It’s called a Series Approach, and I’m going to walk you through how to do it. What You Will Need You will need a series. A series is a set of related statements that describe an everyday action. So for example, […] How to Teach Foreign Lan…
 
Charlotte Mason used a wonderfully unique and effective method for teaching conversational foreign languages. It’s called a Series Approach, and I’m going to walk you through how to do it. What You Will Need You will need a series. A series is a set of related statements that describe an everyday action. So for example, […] How to Teach Foreign Lan…
 
If you would like to support this podcast, click HERE. This week, we talk about discerning our family’s activities and our involvement in parish and community life. Including extra curricular activities, we delve into how to decide how much is too much and what our family needs most. How do we fit it all in? And more importantly, what SHOULD we be …
 
Today’s discussion about physical training in classical education was one Brandy, Mystie, Pam, and Abby got to record when they were all together in Phoenix for the Loving Well retreat. They do get philosophical and discuss why these things are important, but they also get practical and talk about a bunch of ideas that they hope will help us all ge…
 
This will air after the election, however, I am recording this in October. Before the election. Regardless of how this election turns out, my hope is not in any candidate. It is in the Lord. That is one reason I am airing this now instead of at the end of the year. I want to share some lessons learned from this craziness that has been 2020. Who our…
 
This week I had the pleasure of chatting with my dear friend, Lauren Shockey, all about the big ole comparison trap that homeschooling can be. All of us struggle with comparing our homeschools to other homeschools to some degree. There’s just something about homeschooling that makes it so easy and tempting to slip into envy over what other women ar…
 
Has it ever happened to you that you ask your child, “What did you see outside today?” and that child says, “A bird,” and you try to get more information, but the child just says, “Well, I think it was red, or I think it was … it might have had some blue,” and that […] Help Your Child Learn to Observe More Closely originally appeared on Simply Char…
 
Has it ever happened to you that you ask your child, “What did you see outside today?” and that child says, “A bird,” and you try to get more information, but the child just says, “Well, I think it was red, or I think it was … it might have had some blue,” and that […] Help Your Child Learn to Observe More Closely originally appeared on Simply Char…
 
If you would like to support this podcast, click HERE. Catch Janelle’s fire! A natural cheerleader, Janelle will pick up your wellness game because she’s just so darn lovely…so grateful to have her on our show. Where do we find the balance with faith, fitness, homeschool and family life? Let’s see what Janelle has to say, in all her beautiful realn…
 
How many times does something in your day distract you or your kids and lead you all away from school? Do you long for a more consistent homeschool? I am sharing some tips and encouragement to help you be more consistent in homeschooling. Show notes: https://www.findingjoyinthejourney.net/consistent-in-homeschooling/…
 
Thaddeus Russell is the always thought provoking author of “A Renegade History of The United States”. He now dedicates his time to his podcast Unregistered and providing enticing and original courses for the new wave of on line universities, The Renegade University. https://www.thaddeusrussell.com/renegadehistory As millions of new families are sta…
 
This week I just wanted to come to you with a whole bunch of encouragement for your homeschool straight from the Bible. Because I think we could all use that right about now! Sometimes when things begin to get difficult in our homeschooling, you know, because it takes so much out of us, it can be challenging to see God for who he is or maybe to see…
 
I really enjoy sharing my favorite living books with you. It’s like introducing delightful old friends that I know will help and support you along your homeschool journey. Today I will give you my top ten picks for studying Ancient Egypt. These are the ten living books that are scheduled into the lesson plan guide […] Favorite Living History Books …
 
I really enjoy sharing my favorite living books with you. It’s like introducing delightful old friends that I know will help and support you along your homeschool journey. Today I will give you my top ten picks for studying Ancient Egypt. These are the ten living books that are scheduled into the lesson plan guide […] Favorite Living History Books …
 
To understand the importance of heritage, we must first make sure we're all working with the same definition. In regards to heritage, the Bible says, "Children are a heritage from the LORD, offspring a reward from him" (Psalm 127:3, NIV). Dictonary.com defines it as "something that is handed down from the past, as a tradition;" "something that come…
 
If you would like to support this podcast, click HERE. Interview with Matthew and Esther of Veritas Current Events This episode we interview Matthew and Esther, a young couple who have started a Christian world view current events curriculum Veritas Current Events that homeschoolers should absolutely be dialled into, particularly for middle school …
 
Today we are speaking to Katie, a homeschooling mom of 6 running her own Homeschool Youtube Channel. "Being a homeschool graduate helps me trust the homeschool process. YouTube takes a lot of commitment and consistency. And having a direction and target audience." This episode was brought to you by Homeschool Magnet. A special thanks for their supp…
 
Our guest today is Ravi Jain, who is now tied with Cindy Rollins for the Scholé Sisters title for Most Appearances as this is his third time on the show. Ravi Jain has a BA from Davidson College, an M.A. from Reformed Theological Seminary, and a Graduate Certificate in Mathematics from the University of Central Florida. He coauthored The Liberal Ar…
 
I get asked questions ALL the time and am excited to spend TWO episodes answering YOUR questions with my good friend Davonne Parks. Here are some of the questions we are tackling in this episode. Do you keep everyone on the same schedule all day ? Like 30 minutes for math, an hour for reading , etc I only plan on homeschooling one year what is the …
 
In my former life, I never wanted to homeschool because I didn’t want to become a “weird homeschooler” or have “weird homeschool kids.” Sad, but true. Maybe it sounds familiar. But hey, I’m all in now and I love my “alternative lifestyle!” In this episode, I’m sharing some funny stories about learning to embrace being different and everything that …
 
I think at some time or other, all of us homeschool mamas have felt like giving up. “I just want to quit.” It’s a great question to discuss today, and Laura Pitney is here joining me: “What keeps you going when you want to quit?” Laura: That’s a very good question, as always. Sonya: Yes, […] Your Questions Answered: When You Want to Quit Homeschool…
 
I think at some time or other, all of us homeschool mamas have felt like giving up. “I just want to quit.” It’s a great question to discuss today, and Laura Pitney is here joining me: “What keeps you going when you want to quit?” Laura: That’s a very good question, as always. Sonya: Yes, […] Your Questions Answered: When You Want to Quit Homeschool…
 
I get asked questions ALL the time and am excited to spend TWO episodes answering YOUR questions with my good friend Davonne Parks. Here are some of the questions we are tackling in this episode. What advice do you give moms of littles in their first years of homeschooling? I'm having trouble finding ways to incorporate "fun" into school. I have ch…
 
Today we discuss a beautiful book by Sally Clarkson about kids who don't fit into our expectations. Kids who think differently, learn differently, respond differently in life. In the context maintain our relationships, we also discuss kids who lie...the different types of lying and the different reasons kids might lie...and, most importantly - what…
 
High school, it used to give me hives. Now? I am homeschooling two kids in high school, and I am tackling some of YOUR questions with my friend Davonne who is also homeschooling high school. We are answering the following questions: What were our thoughts on high school when we first started out homeschooling? How have they changed? How does our ch…
 
This week I’m talking all about being kind and gentle with ourselves. How we can speak to ourselves with love instead of the less loving way we are probably used to? This school year has been wild and crazy and full of changes and adjustments for me and my kids. Some have been good changes like starting a podcast, which is super fun. And some have …
 
I’m going to venture to say that most of us did not grow up with Shakespeare as a regular part of our education. In my school years, I had only one Shakespeare play introduced to me and that was a last-minute, “Here, let’s watch this movie,” by a substitute teacher. But Charlotte Mason believed that […] How to Teach Shakespeare originally appeared …
 
I’m going to venture to say that most of us did not grow up with Shakespeare as a regular part of our education. In my school years, I had only one Shakespeare play introduced to me and that was a last-minute, “Here, let’s watch this movie,” by a substitute teacher. But Charlotte Mason believed that […] How to Teach Shakespeare originally appeared …
 
This week we delve into how to keep homeschooling efficient! Homeschooling is a magical environment for combining subjects and interdisciplinary studies. We can learn how to make the most of the natural learning present in our family lives. We also address head butting, or, more to the point, avoiding head butting. This national pastime does not ha…
 
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