Best Homeschoolmom podcasts we could find (Updated July 2019)
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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 ...
 
Want to know what other homeschooling moms are doing, thinking, worrying about? How are they solving problems and thriving as homeschoolers? The Homeschool Snapshots Podcast gives you a peek into what is going on in other homeschools across the country. Grab a hot drink, put your feet up, and welcome to the conversation as we chat homeschool challenges and successes.
 
Want to know what other homeschooling moms are doing, thinking, worrying about? How are they solving problems and thriving as homeschoolers? The Homeschool Snapshots Podcast gives you a peek into what is going on in other homeschools across the country. Grab a hot drink, put your feet up, and welcome to the conversation as we chat homeschool challenges and successes.
 
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Today we are chatting with Davis Carman the President of Apologia Educational Ministries. Apologia is the #1 publisher of creation-based science and Bible curricula with over 70 #1 awards. He believes in homeschooling, believes in defending the Christian Faith, and believe that every subject (and I mean every subject) should be taught from a bi ...…
 
In this episode, I am welcoming back Kendra Fletcher, the mother of 8, speaker, author, and podcaster. She is the author of Lost and Found: Losing Religion, Finding Grace, and Leaving Legalism, and she regularly writes for Key Life Ministries. The Fletchers reside in California, where they play in the Pacific Ocean as often as possible. For the ...…
 
Today’s fess up Friday interview is with Kendra Fletcher, the mother of 8, speaker, author, and podcaster. She is the author of Lost and Found: Losing Religion, Finding Grace, and Leaving Legalism, and she regularly writes for Key Life Ministries. The Fletchers reside in California, where they play in the Pacific Ocean as often as possible. Fin ...…
 
One of the biggest struggles homeschool parents have is over curriculum choices. Think about it, every spring you see catalogs upon catalogs of curriculum come through your mailbox. There are homeschool conventions and curriculum fairs every weekend across the United States. Through the years, I have used a variety of different curriculum. Toda ...…
 
In this interview, with Cindy Rollins, we chat homeschool curriculum, growth as a homeschool mom, how we can educate ourselves and so much more. Cindy has SO much wisdom to offer the homeschool community and I know this episode will encourage you all to have a joyful homeschool. If you liked this episode be sure to leave a rating or review. The ...…
 
In this episode, we chat all about language-based learning disabilities, which to me, was a new term. It encompasses many different needs including ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and more. Anything that impedes language. I loved Daniel's story and how he overcame his struggles and is taking what he learned from a very special teacher and is helpin ...…
 
Hey homeschool mommas! It is SUMMER!! In this episode of the Joyfully Homeschooling Podcast, I am introducing our new podcast sponsor, sharing what summer learning looks like in our homeschool (hint: it is NOT school!), and sharing our summer reads! Dear mommas, if you are still in the books, and don’t want to be, PLEASE give yourself permissio ...…
 
This is the LAST episode of the season. So, just a reminder to grab your FREE sample of Sonlight at sonlight.com/joyfully I have honestly been dreading recording this episode because it involves me acknowledging failure as a parent. No one likes admitting they failed right? But alas, we are here. Relationships and homeschooling. It is a common ...…
 
In today's episode, I am excited to be chatting with Connie Albers, author of the new book, Parenting Beyond the Rules. After 30 years of parenting five children and 20 years of working with teens, Connie Albers has witnessed the negative impact of well-intentioned but misguided parenting styles, all focused on managing teens rather than guidin ...…
 
*This is a repeat episode that ran last year on Apraxia Awareness Day. BUT, it deserves repeating as Apraxia is something that is near and dear to my heart <3 * Today is Apraxia Awareness day and I am so excited to share with you our story with Apraxia, what it means to me, the struggles that Apraxia has brought to our family, and how we have l ...…
 
In today’s episode, I am excited to be chatting with Sherri Seligson, author from Apologia Science. Sherri and I chat all things homeschooling. As an empty nester, she has SO much experience and wisdom to share with us. We chat homeschool curriculum pressure, gaps in education, and so much more. It will leave you equipped and ready to have a mo ...…
 
After all of these years of homeschooling, I am still learning things. Homeschooling has taught me so much, and I am so grateful for it. I think we start of homeschooling thinking we are going to teach our kids, but in reality, I think sometimes God calls us to homeschool so He can teach us a thing or two. And those homeschool lessons aren’t al ...…
 
In this episode of the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast, we chat with the author of Sonlight Curriculum, Sarita Holzmann. Sarita Holzmann is the founder of Sonlight Curriculum, speaker, writer, curriculum developer, missions advocate, beloved wife, veteran homeschool mom, and active grandmother. I enjoyed chatting missions, literature, cultivatin ...…
 
Stefani Stoltzfus from Walls at Home blog is a wife and Mom to 3 kids, ages 6, 4 and almost 2. She is passionate about encouraging Moms to become warriors for their children. I loved chatting with Stefani about homeschooling and she offered an interesting perspective as a second generation homeschooler. I really enjoyed chatting with Stefani ab ...…
 
In today’s episode, we will be answering a question from a listener, Carrie asks, “I’m about to start my daughter in kindergarten this year. Homeschool has always been the plan since before she was conceived and here we finally are. Problem is she wants to go to school. My heart is torn, I’m not sure what to do” Another similar question dealt w ...…
 
After spending years teaching in a traditional classroom, Jamie Erickson returned home to not only teach her own live-in circus of five but also to encourage and equip a growing tribe of homeschooling moms on her blog, The Unlikely Homeschool. Her first book, Homeschool Bravely, releases with Moody Publishers this year. Jamie shares with us how ...…
 
Today's episode is with Julie Bogart from Brave Writer. I have been SO excited about this episode and have been blown away by her new book, the Brave Learner. In this episode, we chat about more than just our normal Fess Up Friday questions. I dive in deep and ask Julie questions about getting past the craft mess, and following a more relaxed a ...…
 
On this season of the podcast, we have many amazing guests on the line up including, Julie Bogart, Sherri Siegelson, Sarita from Sonlight, Connie Albers, and topics on what to do if your kids want to go to school, what homeschooling has taught me, and much more. On this episode of the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast, we are tackling homeschool f ...…
 
In this episode, we are going to talk about how to enjoy homeschooling instead of worrying about whether or not we are doing enough in our homeschool. Too often times we worry about being too relaxed in our homeschool. We worry about “keeping up” or letting the kids “fall behind” and in doing so we don’t actually stop and enjoy our kids. We als ...…
 
Today’s episode of the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast is with Penny Rogers. Penny is the blogger behind Our Crazy Adventures in Autismland. On her blog, Penny shares how she is homeschooling her teenage son with autism and the rest of her goofy (her words) family. Penny is gluten free, Jesus loving momma who utilizes the Charlotte Mason approac ...…
 
Are you a type A momma? Me too! But, one thing I have had to learn is how to let go of control and embrace the imperfections that come along with joyfully homeschooling. If this is you then you will enjoy today’s Joyfully Homeschooling episode with my good friend Lara from Everyday Graces. Lara is the homeschool mentor, writer, and main coffee ...…
 
Homeschool regrets, we all have them right? Things we wished we would have done differently. Things we wish we hadn’t done at all. Regret. It’s one thing that I believe heavily weighs us down as homeschool moms. And that is why I believe it is SO important to share our regrets. By sharing them we are acknowledging things we’d change. We are rec ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 43 of the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast. Today's episode is with Charlene Notgrass, a devoted follower of Jesus and the happy wife of Ray Notgrass. She is a veteran homeschooling mother and director of curriculum development at Notgrass History. This interview is so full of valuable wisdom. I don't even kn ...…
 
In this weeks episode, I am chatting with Cindy West of Our Journey Westward. Cindy West has a passion for helping parents find joy and peace in homeschooling. For almost 12 years, she's shared creative strategies to make that happen on her blog, Our Journey Westward. We chat about confidence in homeschooling, gifted kids, special needs, and so ...…
 
Today’s episode is all about homeschool burnout. Yep, that’s right. Tis the season for us to start feeling like poo, the days drag on and we start questioning why we are even doing this whole homeschool gig. The episode comes as a response from one of my podcast listeners. Molly writes, How do you get over burnout? In school and motherhoood? An ...…
 
In today’s episode, we chat about Yvette’s upcoming production: Schoolhouse Rocked, but she also lets us in on some of her homeschool struggles and fears. Yvette struggled early on with feeling inadequate to homeschool, but through the years she has decided to embrace the idea of slowing it down and taking it easy. I can’t wait to share this ep ...…
 
This is a bonus episode of the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast. A few weeks ago I sent out a survey asking what your biggest homeschool fears, struggles, and questions are. The response was overwhelming and I am realizing there are many of you who are still letting fear zap your joy. Guys, God gave your children to YOU. You are equipped to provi ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome to episode 39 of the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast. I am so excited to share with you today my interview with Vicki Tillman. Vicki Tillman is a visionary force in her local community; her mission is to advance God’s kingdom by investing in people. A homeschooling mom for 20-plus years, Vicki has graduated all five of ...…
 
Hello everyone and welcome to a brand new year and a brand new season of the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast!! Season 3 kicks off today and I am so excited to start it off talking about how to overcome the homeschool comparison trap. I think starting the year and season off with this one is perfect because it makes a fantastic New Years Resoluti ...…
 
I'm taking a holiday break and sharing a few episodes from season 1 for all of you new to the podcast. I will be back with new episodes of the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast when Season 3 launches January 4th 2019! Today’s episode is our first fess up Friday interview! I am chatting with my friend Dachelle about homeschooling, tea time, poetry, ...…
 
Christmas break is here for most of us! I have been counting down the days until break because we are in need of some downtime! But, I recently got a question from a reader and wanted to hop on real quick and answer it. Holly asks, “Do you ever feel so behind that you can’t take a Christmas break? Life has gotten in the way this year and we are ...…
 
When Emily Cook couldn't find the homeschool curriculum she wanted, she made her own! Emily shares how Build Your Library, her literature-based secular curriculum, got started and how it helps families provide a structured approach to interest-led learning using unit studies and more.
 
When Emily Cook couldn't find the homeschool curriculum she wanted, she made her own! Emily shares how Build Your Library, her literature-based secular curriculum, got started and how it helps families provide a structured approach to interest-led learning using unit studies and more.
 
I'm taking a holiday break and sharing a few episodes from season 1 for all of you new to the podcast. I will be back with new episodes of the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast when Season 3 launches January 4th 2019! As many of you know, I am homeschooling my boy with special needs. This task can be difficult, defeating, and at times overwhelming ...…
 
Virginia Lee Rogers, a contributor to Charlotte Mason IRL, shares the story of this lovely Instagram account. Discover the purpose behind these practical, inspirational, & authentic glimpses into real life CM families. And find out how Virginia Lee strives to apply these practices in her homeschool.
 
Virginia Lee Rogers, a contributor to Charlotte Mason IRL, shares the story of this lovely Instagram account. Discover the purpose behind these practical, inspirational, & authentic glimpses into real life CM families. And find out how Virginia Lee strives to apply these practices in her homeschool.
 
Today I am chatting with Pam Barnhill from Pam Barnhill.com. Pam is an award-winning educator and homeschool mom of three (mostly) awesome kids. An English major and former journalist, she has a knack for breaking down big tasks into small, manageable steps and getting to the heart of the stories moms want to hear. Pam and I chat homeschool str ...…
 
Welcome to episode 34 of the Joyfully Homeschooling podcast. In today’s episode, in preparation for the holidays, we are going to chat about the reasons we should all be thankful for homeschooling. As you all know Homeschooling, is something love it! BUT, when we first started homeschooling, I honestly didn’t know how long we would do it. I kne ...…
 
As co-host of Homeschool Unrefined, a podcast about all things homeschooling, Maren Goerss delights in lifting up other homeschoolers along their journey. From to-do lists to self care, Maren's reminders and encouragement provide the inspiration to enjoy the everyday and beyond.
 
As co-host of Homeschool Unrefined, a podcast about all things homeschooling, Maren Goerss delights in lifting up other homeschoolers along their journey. From to-do lists to self care, Maren's reminders and encouragement provide the inspiration to enjoy the everyday and beyond.
 
Have you ever struggled with having the patience to homeschool? In this episode, Misty and her guest Crystal Wagner are chatting homeschooling, the tone of our homes and whether or not you need patience to homeschool. PS: One important question asked in this episode is, "Am I being the thermometer or thermostat? " I will never look at the tone ...…
 
Today's episode of the Joyfully Homeschooling Podcast is an answer to a question from a reader. Melissa asks, How do you handle subjects you don’t like teaching or aren’t capable of teaching Melissa, this is a great question and here are a few ways I tackle this issue. Recognize we all have strengths and weaknesses and if you struggle in someth ...…
 
You don't have to be a homeschool purist. You can find ways to use different parts of different approaches to help your homeschool flourish. Elsie Iudicello shares her secrets for creating a beautiful blend of Classical and Charlotte Mason homeschooling. Be refreshed with her creative ideas and lovely inspiration!…
 
You don't have to be a homeschool purist. You can find ways to use different parts of different approaches to help your homeschool flourish. Elsie Iudicello shares her secrets for creating a beautiful blend of Classical and Charlotte Mason homeschooling. Be refreshed with her creative ideas and lovely inspiration!…
 
here is no such thing as a perfect homeschool. You can homeschool because YOU know what is best for your kids. Misty and Shelly also share their struggles with patience and overcoming it. What does this mean? You can homeschool, even if you're not a patient person. If you liked this episode be sure to leave a rating or review. These serve as a ...…
 
Public school, it is the go-to choice for so many parents. They send their kids to public school for socialization, an education, and because it is the societal norm. Since I've been homeschooling, I've had a few run-ins with the public school and got a peek into what life would be like if I was a public school parent. And, the reality is I wou ...…
 
Katie Kimball chats about the benefits of teaching your kids to cook real food. She shares her tips and tricks on enjoying time in the kitchen with your kids, as well as using this special time to connect.
 
Katie Kimball chats about the benefits of teaching your kids to cook real food. She shares her tips and tricks on enjoying time in the kitchen with your kids, as well as using this special time to connect.
 
Guys! I am so excited to share with you this interview with my real life friend Latonya Moore from Joy in the Ordinary. Latonya has been homeschooling since 2009, and her girls are in 6th and 8th just like mine. We chat planning and grading, flexibility, and homeschooling in Tennesse. She talks about how her goal is to be MOM more than teacher ...…
 
I remember years ago helping a good friend of mine homeschool her ADHD child. This child and I butted heads a lot. He was a great kid, but OH he was SO hyper. Couldn't sit still, and required constant redirection. Not the picture perfect homeschool child that my girls were. I remember telling her she was a saint for homeschooling a boy with ADH ...…
 
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