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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 RDA {places to go for inspiration and growth}, a topical discussion relying on principles we find in books by peo ...
 
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These witty podcasters like to poke sticks at the conventional and with heaps of grace they will confront a few of the sacred cows that Christian homeschoolers like to worship. Their love for the Gospel will remind their listeners on every episode of the freedom that Christ pours out in generous amounts. Grace Wins!
 
Cultivating a happy home in the age of distractions...you can, too! Loving God, people, and life. Momma of many, including one with Down Syndrome.
 
The weekly Simply Charlotte Mason homeschooling audio podcast with Sonya Shafer
 
Raising Arrows Podcast is a place for overwhelmed moms to find encouragement, refreshment, vision and hope in the every day management of their homes and homeschools. Amy Roberts, author, speaker, blogger, and homeschooling mom of 10, offers practical tips, organization and scheduling ideas, and helpful hacks for simplifying the big things so you can enjoy the little things in life.
 
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. ...
 
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Discussing the topics that you might not find covered at your local homeschooling convention, veteran homeschooling parents and bloggers, Andy and Kendra Fletcher, use humor and honesty to pull the veil back on Christian homeschooling.
 
Are you curious about homeschoolers? This Show speaks from the child’s viewpoint as they grow and learn. "Homeshooling is not work, it’s an adventure."
 
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. ...
 
focus & truth for the classical homeschool mom who wants rest, joy, and true education
 
Honey I'm Homeschooling The Kids! - A podcast that steps into alternative education, parenting, and living a fun, fuller family life.
 
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 and her guests share how to embrace imperfection and strive for a more joyful homeschool.
 
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Homeschool encouragement and podcast
 
We want to talk about all things pertaining to homeschooling bilingually. Our family homeschools in Spanish and English. ANY family, regardless of language, is welcome to join in to this conversation. Conversations may be done in English or Spanish, however.
 
A Husband's View and Encouragement on Homeschooling
 
The All in a Homeschool Day podcast helps you let go of the "should's" so you can focus on the best for your homeschool and your family. It's difficult to juggle it all as a homeschool mom. Don't go it alone! Join us as we talk about Charlotte Mason homeschooling, family life, discipleship, parenting, and still getting the kids fed. You can't do it all, but you can have a successful homeschool and still have a fulfilling life. We'll hear from Crystal Wagner of Triumphant Learning and other h ...
 
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In these commute sized inspirational interviews, leading lights in the world of Homeschooling, Alternative Education and Self Directed Learning guide you through the highs and hurdles of taking your kids out of unsafe and uninspiring school environments, to live a family life full of creativity and joy.
 
The latest podcast feed searching 'Homeschooling' on SermonAudio.com.
 
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, healing therapies, special needs' friendly curriculum, and all the ups and downs of homeschooling an outside-the-box child.
 
Educating, Motivating, and Connecting Muslim Homeschooler
 
In these commute sized inspirational interviews, leading lights in the world of Homeschooling, Alternative Education and Self Directed Learning guide you through the highs and hurdles of taking your kids out of unsafe and uninspiring school environments, to live a family life full of creativity and joy.
 
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 Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/workingwhilehomeschooling/support
 
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One common theme that I have noticed over the years that rubs me the wrong way is this assumption that homeschool moms can do it all. It's like we think that we can work at home, take care of the kids, run the errands, keep the house clean AND homeschool our kids. Does anyone else feel this way? Then, when we don't, we feel like a big fat failu ...…
 
If you were bummed that you were unable to attend the Scholé Sisters session at GHC in Cincinatti, and then extra disappointed we were unable to offer you a recording … this is for YOU! Brandy, Mystie, and Pam have redone the whole thing, and you can even get a download of the document handout with all the important details! *** Click here to g ...…
 
On this week’s special back to school replay with Fletch and Kendra, they talk about Extracurricular Overkill. When is enough too much? On this episode of HomeschoolingIRL, Fletch and Kendra answer a letter from a listener who is wondering how to filter extracurricular activities into your homeschool. When should you say yes? When should you sa ...…
 
On this week’s special back to school replay with Fletch and Kendra, they talk about Extracurricular Overkill. When is enough too much? On this episode of HomeschoolingIRL, Fletch and Kendra answer a letter from a listener who is wondering how to filter extracurricular activities into your homeschool. When should you say yes? When should you sa ...…
 
We all come to Charlotte Mason from different backgrounds. Perhaps your homeschool background has been mainly using traditional methods and materials like textbooks and workbooks, study guides and worksheets. If that’s the case, you may find that you have a tendency to think about education in certain ways, and those thoughts might trip you up ...…
 
A very special guest joined me on the podcast for this episode—my mother-in-law Sherry Cantrell. We talked about how you can be involved in your grandchild's homeschool education, even if you live out-of-state, and ways you can support your homeschooling children and grandchildren. This episode will be refreshing for a homeschool mom's soul as ...…
 
In today's episode, we are talking to Hannah, a working mother of seven in Northern Minnesota, a work at home transcriptionist, and the sole provider for her family. She has a very eclectic, not quite unschooling approach to homeschooling. Hannah says that she wants “to encourage people that it really is possible to have a 'real' job from home. ...…
 
One of my very first guest blog posts was on Karyn Tripp's blog, Teach Beside Me. She was always one of those “big” bloggers that I never thought would talk to me. Then… I got to know her and I have to say she is one of the sweetest persons I’ve ever met. Karyn has a heart for homeschooling, a heart for moms, and a desire to encourage us all to ...…
 
Homeschooling is a big job! Learn how to put some of your subjects on autopilot will give you more margin in your day and less stress in your life! Resources mentioned: Why Teaching Textbooks is great for a large family - BLOG POST Does My Child Have to Do All of the Problems in the Book? - BLOG POST How we do Apologia with multiple ages - BLOG ...…
 
Moms of teen boys, this episode was made for you! What happens to those boys when they become teenagers and why are they so hard for moms to manage? Fletch and Kendra have raised three teen boys so far and they have lived to tell the tale . . . Fletch pokes a few sticks at dads on this episode who have turned all the schooling over to their wiv ...…
 
Moms of teen boys, this episode was made for you! What happens to those boys when they become teenagers and why are they so hard for moms to manage? Fletch and Kendra have raised three teen boys so far and they have lived to tell the tale . . . Fletch pokes a few sticks at dads on this episode who have turned all the schooling over to their wiv ...…
 
Season 12: Classical Voices on Classical Education General and wide knowledge is the foundation of the educated mind, the roots that nourish it and cause it to grow. It is only from a wealth of learning, and a multitude of accomplishments, and a knowledge that is universal that his marvelous eloquence wells forth like a mighty stream. For The a ...…
 
Many of our struggles stem from a response to fear, guilt, or shame. Learn how you can turn the tables and break their stranglehold on your homeschool. When you start to feel overwhelmed and are doubting your decisions, start by working through this three-step process: Pause — Breathe — Pray Ask: What are the positives? Choose not to live confi ...…
 
It's episode 4, and our first guest! Leslie is a military spouse, currently employed as a LPN in a skilled nursing setting, and is homeschooling three children. Leslie says “education is an atmosphere a discipline, a life.”- C Mason. Homeschool will look different for all of us and that’s ok. Please be sure to check us out:Website - workingwhil ...…
 
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been talking about tendencies and tips for those who are making the transition to using a Charlotte Mason approach in their home schools. We all come from different backgrounds and those backgrounds can act like magnets. It seems like they constantly try to pull our thoughts back in that […] Switching to Charlotte ...…
 
Now that I have a mix of big helpers, medium helpers, and little not-so-helpers, we can do a supercharged Weekly Home Blessing with decluttering and deep cleaning! Learn how we do it in this podcast!
 
A True Self Directed Learner Madison Kanna is a software developer. She writes about self education and learning how to code. She is a self taught coder and is a living example of what happens when you own your own learning. Madison grew up unschooling. She is a self directed learner. What I love about this episode Hearing Madison's personal ex ...…
 
“Lord, I can’t do it. I know I can’t. You’re wrong” I remember saying those words after God laid homeschooling in my heart. I had been feeling the calling for a while but wasn’t ready to answer it. I was afraid. Of failure. I am sharing where that homeschool fear came from, how I overcome it, and how I believe you can overcome it too in this ep ...…
 
In this episode, Brandy, Mystie, and Pam kick off Season 7 of Scholé Sisters with a discussion about living books. What are they, what is their significance, and how can you identify them? This is a totally fun discussion about reading -- and how picky should we be anyway? -- that you don't want to miss! *** Click here to get the show notes for ...…
 
Season 12: Classical Voices on Classical Education So, Quintilian wants us to know it’s important what kind of teacher we give our children over to. Do we think this matters less because the teacher is ourselves? No, if we choose to be the teachers ourselves, we must also choose to be the sort of person we would entrust our children to. Nor is ...…
 
When it comes to the early years, it's tempting to get a jump on academics but there is a time for everything.
 
We’ve been talking about making the transition to using Charlotte Mason methods in your homeschool. All of us come from different backgrounds and those backgrounds influence our thinking. That’s only natural. In the next few articles, I’d like to walk through some of those background scenarios and offer you some ideas that might help you […] St ...…
 
So you love the idea of homeschooling, but you are totally disorganized? Is this a deal killer? Should you pack up your kids and send them off to the local school house where they will be kept on track by rigid teaching plans that maintain scope and sequence? It’s time for us all to get real with one another. Is your lack of organization thwart ...…
 
So you love the idea of homeschooling, but you are totally disorganized? Is this a deal killer? Should you pack up your kids and send them off to the local school house where they will be kept on track by rigid teaching plans that maintain scope and sequence? It’s time for us all to get real with one another. Is your lack of organization thwart ...…
 
Are you starting your school year? In this Best of HIRL, we gather around the teacher’s lounge and gear up for another year of teaching our kids at home. When this episode first ran, Fletch and Kendra were starting their 19th year of homeschooling with a bang and letting you in on the fun. On this episode, they also imparted 5 questions to ask ...…
 
Are you starting your school year? In this Best of HIRL, we gather around the teacher’s lounge and gear up for another year of teaching our kids at home. When this episode first ran, Fletch and Kendra were starting their 19th year of homeschooling with a bang and letting you in on the fun. On this episode, they also imparted 5 questions to ask ...…
 
Today I am talking with Heather from Heather Gerwing. We chat about the ups and downs in our homeschool days, and one of the big takeaways I got from Heather is the reminder that there is no right or wrong way to homeschool. Our journey is always changing, and oh what a journey it is. This episode will encourage you to enjoy your kids and to fi ...…
 
Season 12: Classical Voices on Classical Education We can’t simply demand character out of a person, nor can we explain it with abstract and theoretical definitions and expect that to be sufficient. We have to illustrate – model, tell stories, practice, make analogies – if we want to help people (ourselves, our children) change. And doing so is ...…
 
It's Episode 3, where I talk about Getting your Kids to Help Out Around the House! Please be sure to check out:Website - workingwhilehomeschooling.comFacebook Group - facebook.com/groups/workingwhilehomeschoolingTwitter - twitter.com/WorkWHomeschool Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/workingwhilehomeschooling/support…
 
We’ve been talking about how to make the transition to the Charlotte Mason method in your homeschool. Some people are ready to dive in with both feet; others feel more comfortable easing into it step by step. So I’ve been outlining a way to make that transition in five stages. I hope you feel free […] A Mental Shift—How to Switch to Charlotte M ...…
 
Many people know that my husband is a principled chiropractor, and that I am a herbalist and have training and education in holistic nutrition. We depend on good lifestyle habits and nutrient-dense foods to keep us healthy. When illness comes, we use food and home remedies first, and, second, we use the team of […]…
 
During busy seasons of life, a weekly chore rotation is super helpful! This method works best when you have children who are beginning to be able to help out with cleaning chores, even though their standards may not be on par with your own. I used this method when I had a mix of older and younger children. Resources mentioned: My book - Home Ma ...…
 
"Mom, if you keep doing it for me, I'll never learn to do it by myself!" Those are words Missy Willis heard long ago from her 3 year old son. Words that she has heeded and respected in their learning journey. She has chosen to be a Conscious Educator. Conscious Educator Missy used the term "Conscious Educator" when she had created a list to ref ...…
 
This podcast season I seem to be sharing an awful lot of confessions. In this episode, I am sharing with you all 10 things I don't do in my homeschool. Some of these are slightly embarrassing to admit, but, I am hoping by sharing all that we DON'T do it will encourage you to remember that you are doing exactly enough in your own homeschools. St ...…
 
Season 12: Classical Voices on Classical Education Listen: Transcript Mystie: Alright, well, welcome to season 12. I’m so excited to get this season started, and I’m here today with Virginia Lee to start our season off. Virginia Lee: Hi, everyone. Mystie: For the podcast this season the Simple Sanity Saver is Math-U-See tips. Even if you don’t ...…
 
Children pick up on our excitement for learning and often learn alongside us. This was a theme in this podcast episode with Jenny Ranum. We discussed a book that has had a big impact on her family and her homeschool and how her daughters caught the excitement of this book too. Join us as we discuss how reading books unrelated to homeschooling c ...…
 
Listen as Cindy splits hairs and explains why "pre-school" and "preschool" are different things. This is the first episode of a series on nurturing your pre-schooler or in other words, how to homeschool during the early years.
 
Over the past few weeks we have been walking through how you can make a transition to the Charlotte Mason approach in your home school in stages, getting comfortable at each stage before you move on to the next one. If you haven’t read the posts for Stages 1–4, I encourage you to do that […] Add More Variety—How to Switch to Charlotte Mason Hom ...…
 
Will homeschooling mess up my kids? I have heard this question before, and that is why I am so excited to have Holly Giles on the podcast sharing with me that homeschooling is NOT going to mess up my kids. It may just help them become exactly who God wants them to be. Have you ever met someone and just loved the joy that radiates out of them? T ...…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Generations Radio is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: Anybody Remember James Dobson? - Christian Leaders Used to Promote Homeschooling Subtitle: When Leaders Pushed Homeschool Speaker: Kevin Swanson Broadcaster: Generations Radio Event: Current Events Date: 8/16/2018 Length: 25 min.…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Generations Radio is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: Anybody Remember James Dobson? - Christian Leaders Used to Promote Homeschooling Subtitle: When Leaders Pushed Homeschool Speaker: Kevin Swanson Broadcaster: Generations Radio Event: Current Events Date: 8/16/2018 Length: 25 min.…
 
We’ve been talking about how to make the transition to the Charlotte Mason method in your homeschool, easing into it little by little. We’ve talked already about Stages 1–3: The Basics, Once a Week, and Everyday Subjects. I recommend that you read those posts if you haven’t already. Today we want to do Stage 4. […] The Right Stuff—How to Switch ...…
 
As you prepare to start a new homeschool year, it is important to keep in mind that homeschooling is more like a marathon than a sprint. It requires a mindset of going the distance so you don't burn out and give up. In this podcast, I share the four things I keep in mind when we start a new homeschool year to help me stay strong and avoid burno ...…
 
I remember years ago when we had the WORST first day of school ever. Since then bad days have come and gone, but how we overcome them have remained the same. Having a bad day of school doesn't mean the homeschool year will be a failure, choose joy moms and things will get better! Resources: Blog post Joy in the Journey T-Shirt…
 
It's our second episode, where I interview myself about my own Working While Homeschooling journey! I'm looking for other homeschoolers that have a "Working While Homeschooling" experience they'd like to share! Please be sure to check out:Website - workingwhilehomeschooling.comFacebook Group - facebook.com/groups/workingwhilehomeschoolingTwitte ...…
 
Welcome to our very first podcast for Working while Homeschooling! Please be sure to check out:Website - workingwhilehomeschooling.comFacebook Group - facebook.com/groups/workingwhilehomeschoolingTwitter - twitter.com/WorkWHomeschool Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/workingwhilehomeschooling/support…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Crosstalk America is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: Answers for Homeschooling Subtitle: Crosstalk America Speaker: Jim Schneider Broadcaster: Crosstalk America Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 8/10/2018 Length: 53 min.
 
A new MP3 sermon from Crosstalk America is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: Answers for Homeschooling Subtitle: Crosstalk America Speaker: Jim Schneider Broadcaster: Crosstalk America Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 8/10/2018 Length: 53 min.
 
You Unschool? How will your children get into University? I am asked this question many times and as my kids get older, I am asked this more. In this episode I reflect on my personal opinion around this topic. Why this can feel like this is a question about my parenting, not education. Why University should be the student's choice, not the pare ...…
 
High school. Ugh. I shared with you all on episode 16 that high school is a huge fear of mine. BUT, it is something I'm overcoming. Slowly but surely. How am I doing that? I'm sharing with you in this podcast episode some resources that have helped me overcome the fear, and how I am working on it each and every day. This episode is sponsored by ...…
 
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