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Best Charlottemason podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Charlottemason podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Homeschooling Outside the Box is the podcast that encourages and equips moms who homeschool an outside-the-box child. Join the host, Cindy Rinna, as she talks autism, ADHD, dyslexia, Charlotte Mason's philosophy, great books, therapy, special needs' friendly curriculum, and all the ups and downs of homeschooling an outside-the-box child.
 
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Cultivating Grace
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Join us as we cultivate grace into the principles and practices of homeschool and motherhood. Homeschool experts and mom mentors will be here to share encouragement, tackle questions about homeschooling methods, learning styles, and help you cultivate a home and mom-life filled with learning and love. Right here -- every other Saturday.
 
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 ...
 
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The Mason Jar
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From the CiRCE Institute, this re-freshed version of The Mason Jar will feature a variety of voices that hope to explore the intersection of Charlotte Mason's important work with the application of classical thought, primarily (but not necessarily exclusively) within the context of home-education.
 
If you're like most of my listeners, you, too, wear many hats and you have a lot of demands on your time. It's difficult to juggle it all as a homeschool mom. And it's easy to be overwhelmed by everything you need to do. This show is not about finding the right curriculum or doing all the right things. It is about helping you focus on the best for your homeschool and your family.
 
A podcast exploring all aspects of a life cultivated by books and stories.
 
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Your Morning Basket
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Join us as we delve into the principles and practices of homeschool Morning Time aka Morning Basket or Circle Time. With both experts in their fields and mentor-moms, we will discuss everything from how to choose the right books for a wide age range, to how to memorize a poem, to how to get the kids to sit still. All your burning Morning Time questions answered right here -- every other Tuesday.
 
Hi, I'm Angela O'Dell, the author of the Math Lessons for a Living Education math curriculum series and the A Living History of Our World history series. In this podcast, the first in my series, Where the Rubber Meets the Road, I introduce myself and my methods pertaining to parenting, teaching, and writing.
 
For many years now, Afterthoughts has been a sort of intellectual watering hole for classical, Charlotte Mason homeschooling mamas. At Afterthoughts, we have spent over a decade nourishing our minds on theology, educational philosophy, and a million other books and subjects thrown in – all the while bringing these ideas into a direct collision course with our daily lives. As an audio companion, this podcast is a chance to hear Afterthoughts blog posts rather than read them. Couple that with ...
 
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You don't have to be afraid to add poetry to your homeschool! It can be fun and enjoyable for the whole family. Join Crystin Morris and me as we share what poetry looks like in our homeschools. This episode is full of practical tips about how you can add poetry and recitation to your homeschool in as little as five minutes a day! What we talked ...…
 
We’re thrilled to have Ravi Jain back on the show today. Obviously, Ravi is co-author of the fabulous book, The Liberal Arts Tradition, but here's a little more about him: Ravi Jain graduated from Davidson College, received an M.A. from Reformed Theological Seminary, and later earned a Graduate Certificate in Mathematics from the University of ...…
 
Are you ready to homeschool? Whether you’re a newbie starting from scratch or a veteran wanting to be sure you’ve built a firm foundation, I want to encourage you on your homeschool journey. I’m not sure what led you to this decision to educate your child at home but I am pretty sure of one thing – you want to do your best. You want to give thi ...…
 
Adding music to your homeschool can be intimidating if you do not have a background in music. But it doesn't have to be complicated or time-consuming! I love all the practical tips Melissa Kamm provides to help us find simple and fun ways to enjoy music regardless of your musical background. What we talked about How music in your homeschool ben ...…
 
Do you find it easy to embrace your child's differences? As new parents - or even "not yet" parents - we can have many dreams and ideas about what our children are going to be like. Sometimes we are accurate about personality traits or hair color or interests but often God blesses us with children who have differences we really didn't expect. W ...…
 
Today’s episode was recorded live at the beach house while Brandy, Mystie, and Pam were at the fall retreat! The sound quality is a little less than usual, but it was very fun to record face-to-face. Our topic today is humility and teachableness. You’ll enjoy this interesting conversation. Join our November challenge! We are hosting our first e ...…
 
In this final episode of season three, Renee Mathis is joined by special guest Andrew Kern who talks about what a mentor is, what we have to offer others, and why discipleship is the heart of everything we do.
 
Charlotte Mason - the habit of obedience. Discussing the third of Charlotte Mason's 20 principles brings us to a tender subject. Join in the conversation here: https://www.laramolettiere.com/charlotte-mason-habit-obedience/By Everyday Graces Homeschool
 
On today's episode of The Literary Life, Angelina and Cindy are once again joined by Thomas Banks. They discuss the last two chapters and the epilogue of An Experiment in Criticism. The first topic of conversation is Lewis' comments on poetry, including the un-literary reading of poetry and the importance of the sound of poetry. Angelina highli ...…
 
Adding literature to your homeschool can be quite a balancing act. Some children are reluctant readers while others love to read but only want to read books of their choosing. Regardless of whether your child is a bookworm or a reluctant reader, you can add more literature to your homeschool, (re)capture the joy of reading, and spice up literar ...…
 
Join Renee Mathis as she chats with her old friend, Andrea Lipinski, the director of the CiRCE Apprenticeship program, as she shares how mentors helped her become a better teacher (at home and in the classroom) and how their influence impacted her life as a working mom. Remember: if you like this podcast you can rate and review it and help us s ...…
 
Our guest today is the lovely and delightfully controversial Angelina Stanford. Angelina has an Honors Baccalaureate Degree and a Master’s Degree in English Literature from the University of Louisiana. For over twenty-five years, she has shared her passion and enthusiasm for literature with students in a variety of settings — everywhere from un ...…
 
What's really the important stuff in homeschooling? Is it the curriculum or how early a child can read or which method we use? Join special guest Andrew Pudewa from IEW as he shares some veteran homeschooling wisdom and encouragement. Find the transcript and resources here: https://www.laramolettiere.com/homeschooling-well-andrew-pudewa/…
 
This week's episode is a continuation of Cindy Rollins and Angelina Stanford's discussion of An Experiment in Criticism by C. S. Lewis. They start with an exploration of the difference between loving a book and evaluating a book as a work of art, followed by an explanation of Lewis' idea that works of art do not teach us. Angelina goes in depth ...…
 
Author of the recently released book Sufficient Hope, Christina Fox joins Renee Mathis to discuss some of the important issues facing moms and how the gospel has the answer for each of them. Remember: when you rate and review the show it helps us spread the word!
 
Are you ready to homeschool? Whether you're a newbie starting from scratch or a veteran wanting to be sure you've built a firm foundation, I want to encourage you on your homeschool journey. I'm not sure what led you to this decision to educate your child at home but I am pretty sure of one thing – you want to do your best. You want to give thi ...…
 
Angelina and Cindy open today's discussion of C. S. Lewis' An Experiment in Criticism with a recap of the terms that Lewis defines in chapters 5-7, starting with myth. They talk about what it means to have an "extra-literary" experience and how to cultivate the proper attitude of a good reader. Next Cindy and Angelina dig into the definition an ...…
 
Are you looking for a way to bring joy back to your homeschool? I love how Dachelle finds her joy by adding a little enchantment to their homeschool routine. And she does it in a way that the whole family enjoys and doesn't overwhelm their schedule. As she said, "Enchantment does not happen every day. It is rare. It's a little surprise of happi ...…
 
In today’s episode, Brandy, Pam, and Mystie get real about Scholé Sisters groups. First, they talk about Pam’s Scholé Salon, specifically what they’ve done and how it’s going. From there, they transition to what to do when groups experience change or difficulty. Groups, even GOOD groups, will experience trials and setbacks, and it’s important f ...…
 
Developing a strong relationship that lasts into adulthood is a goal every parent has. Connie is sharing her heart for parents and the relationships we have with our children today and you don't want to miss these great tips! For notes and resources visit us here: https://www.laramolettiere.com/parenting-beyond-rules-connie-albers/…
 
This week kicks off our fall series, “How to Read a Novel”, starting with C. S. Lewis’ An Experiment in Criticism. Next, we will dive into Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen, applying the principles we have learned as we read. Angelina and Cindy discuss Lewis’ approach to literature and the point of this book being a critique more of readers than ...…
 
Just about everyone struggles with being consistent. Keeping a few principles in mind will make it easier to maintain your consistency. We'll discuss those principles in this episode of the All in a Homeschool Day podcast. See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/039/ Get your free "Busy Homeschool Mom's Guide to Taming the To ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Renee Mathis chats with Josh Krebs, a counselor, therapist, and homeschooling dad of 4. They chat about husbands, wives, moms, dads, and the power of great communication.
 
Are you loving the preschool years? According to Charlotte Mason, the preschool years were intended to be "a quiet growing time" but for many families, those years have turned into a time of pressure and unrealistic expectations. It's hard to drown out all the voices in today's culture telling you to "do more" and find a way to provide that sim ...…
 
Be a morning basket mom! Learning and edifying should be part of your daily routine too. Resource list and notes are here: https://www.laramolettiere.com/morning-basket-mom/By Everyday Graces Homeschool
 
In this episode of The Literary Life, Cindy and Angelina interview Greg Wilbur. A composer, music minister, and the president of New College Franklin, Greg has also been friends with both Cindy and Angelina for several years. After sharing their commonplace quotes, and all the meaty discussion that surrounded the topics in those quotes, Cindy a ...…
 
This is a culmination of everything we've talked about thus far in the Getting It All Done series. We'll bring all of the pieces together of knowing your purpose, practicing self-care, eliminating, automating, and delegating to identify the biggest struggles in your homeschool and what small, incremental steps you can take to make improvements. ...…
 
In today’s episode, Brandy and Mystie discuss so many good things with special guest Ashley Woleben — what scholé is and how it relates to what the book A Mind for Numbers calls "diffuse mode learning," plus how to make scholé a part of your life. Ashley is always a very interesting person to talk to and we know you’ll love this episode. About ...…
 
Join Renee Mathis for another conversation here on The Mason Jar with homeschooling mom and co-op leader, Jamie Rives. Jamie leads a Charlotte Mason co-op of 25 families in the Houston area. Find out the surprising truth of who is benefitting most!
 
Join us today with special guest Amy Roberts of Raising Arrows to learn 5 tips for homeschooling multiple ages. Find show notes and resources here: https://www.laramolettiere.com/homeschooling-multiple-ages/By Everyday Graces Homeschool
 
It takes a lot to keep a household running smoothly, especially when you live and school in your home! These four principles help me stay on top of my household responsibilities. See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/037/ Get your free "Busy Homeschool Mom's Guide to Taming the To-Do List" https://www.triumphantlearning.com ...…
 
Welcome back to the Mason Jar season 3! In this episode, Renee is joined by author and mom of 7, Rachel Jankovic. Rachel’s book You Who? addresses why moms matter -- and what that means practically speaking. She also has a great solution for countering the wrong voices with the right truth. If you like this show, please be sure to rate and review!…
 
Today we are diving into Charlotte Mason's second principle - the good and evil nature of a child. Charlotte Mason says "Children are not born bad but with possibilities for good and for evil." What does that mean practically? Listen in here and find show notes at: www.laramolettiere.com/charlotte-mason-principle-2-good-evil-nature…
 
Welcome to the final episode of our summer series on short stories and essays! Today your hosts Angelina Stanford and Cindy Rollins are joined once again by Thomas Banks for their discussion of Samuel Johnson's essay "The Vulture." Before getting into the meat of the essay, Angelina talks about why she disagrees with her own commonplace quote o ...…
 
I'm sure you've heard it before: Take care of yourself before taking care of others. It really is important for us to put our self-care as a priority in our lives and it is not selfish to focus on your needs. When you take care of yourself, you will have more energy and a better mood to take care of your family. In this episode, we will explore ...…
 
It was something Wendi Capehart said at AmblesideOnline Camp during her talk that inspired this conversation. Mystie and Brandy are discussing why starting with heroes in a child's education is not white-washing, and why pointing out the darkness too young might backfire. Wendi Capehart from the AmblesideOnline Advisory board is a very busy lad ...…
 
Do you want to inspire language in your child with autism? So often there seems to be an unspoken time limit placed on our autistic children when it comes to language. A sort of "now or never" attitude that implies if our child doesn't talk by a certain time, that window closes forever. Join us today as Kate Wilde, Director of The Son-Rise Prog ...…
 
Welcome back! In this episode, season three host Renee Mathis is joined by two homeschooling sisters, Jami Marstall and Jodi Shell. Join in as they talk about homeschooling and family relationship (including dynamics between sisters, siblings, and cousins, oh my!).
 
Charlotte Mason brush drawing is an artful way to visually narrate. Join special guest Dallas Nachtigall of Bestowing the Brush today to learn about enjoying this lovely art with your family! Show notes here: https://www.laramolettiere.com/charlotte-mason-brush-drawing/By Everyday Graces Homeschool
 
On this week’s episode of The Literary Life, Angelina Stanford and Cindy Rollins are joined once more by Thomas Banks for their discussion of “The Celestial Omnibus” by E. M. Forster. Angelina and Cindy tell why they love this short story so much and how it encapsulates their own ideas about literature. Thomas gives us some biographical backgro ...…
 
As moms, we have a lot of responsibilities. And when you add homeschooling on top of that, it can be overwhelming. So how do we get it all done? In the next five podcast episodes, we will be exploring this topic and talking about how you can pare down your to-do list so you don't feel so overwhelmed and can find joy in your role as a mom and ho ...…
 
The Mason Jar is back with a new series of episodes with Renee Mathis, a longtime homeschooling mother, conference speaker, and a head mentor in the CiRCE Institute's apprenticeship program. In episode 3.1 she is joined by her daughter Katie Krebs, a 2nd generation homeschooler, to discuss the kind of encouragement is needed for mom's who are “ ...…
 
It's so easy to focus on what we could have done better or what we should have done differently. It is much harder to be brave and acknowledge what we are doing right. I was so thankful for this reminder from Jamie Erickson in this podcast episode to remember that we are doing a lot right. And we should celebrate it! She also reminds us of the ...…
 
Charlotte Mason was right to include art study as part of the educational feast! There are so many wonderful benefits and today we are sharing them with you. Find show notes, resources, and more here: https://www.laramolettiere.com/charlotte-mason-art-study-benefits/By Everyday Graces Homeschool
 
The topic of today's discussion on The Literary Life is George Orwell's essay "Why I Write." Angelina and Cindy kick off the conversation about how much they each identify with Orwell's description of his childhood. In his story of learning to write, we see many aspects of a good education, even his inclination to imitate other authors. An impo ...…
 
Join us today with Courtney Messick to learn how to create a delightful homeschool action plan and make this your best year yet! Find show notes and resources here.
 
On today's episode of The Literary Life, Angelina Stanford and Cindy Rollins discuss Guy de Maupassant's short story "The Necklace." Also, don't forget to register for the Back to School online conference on August 26-29, 2019 with Cindy and Angelina, as well as Thomas Banks and Adrienne Freas! Before getting into the short story discussion, Ci ...…
 
We should be careful about what our children are exposed to, but we shouldn't shelter them completely. They need to be aware of what is happening around the world. These age-appropriate suggestions will help your family keep up with current events. See the full show notes:https://www.triumphantlearning.com/current-events/ Get your free "Busy Ho ...…
 
Join Karen Kern and her guests, Emily Hill and Heidi White for a discussion about the power of literature to provide children with what Charlotte Mason described as a "sense of the spaciousness of days" and "living pictures." They chat about choosing the best books, what engaging discussion looks like, narration, and reading aloud. Thanks for l ...…
 
Join us today as we explore the first of Charlotte Mason's 20 Principles. Find the post and show notes here: https://www.laramolettiere.com/charlotte-mason-children-born-persons/By Lara Molettiere
 
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