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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 Everyday (suggestions for inspiration and growth), and a topical discussion relying on principles we find in book ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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. ...
 
Welcome to the future of education, to connecting with families and building local communities. Join our amazing guests and millions of like minded families from around the world as we embrace Creative Homeschooling, Self Directed Learning and Inspired Living. Children deserve the freedom to explore their passions and learn at their own pace, away from constant testing and unsafe, uninspiring school environments. Let’s take this journey together as we give children the best lives they can li ...
 
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!
 
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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This week I’m kicking off the “Good Habits for Mom” series talking all about your MORNING ROUTINE. Whether you need one or already have one, I’ve got some tips and encouragement for getting you started on the right foot every single day. Whether you’ve got littles, bigs, an only child or a pack of 8, you need that peace and quiet and time to gather…
 
With the rituals of Valentine’s Day in the rearview mirror and the spiritual deep-dive of Lent just beginning, one of our favorite guests, Charbel Raisch, is here to share a distinctively Catholic perspective on The Importance of Nurturing Your Marriage. Find Charbel Raisch at https://www.parousiamedia.com/ Today’s Short Feature: A.J. Cattapan, Boo…
 
Today we want to discuss an important question that one of our readers gave us: “What do you do when your child says schoolwork is pointless?” Here to help me with the discussion is my friend and co-worker, Laura Pitney. Sonya: Laura, good to have you with us again. Laura: Thank you for having me. […] Your Questions Answered: When School Seems Poin…
 
Gina Riley, Ph.D. is an educational psychologist, Clinical Professor, and Program Leader of the Adolescent Special Education Program at CUNY – Hunter College. Dr. Riley has over fifteen years experience working with teens diagnosed with learning disabilities and emotional/behavioural disorders. She is also a seasoned academic, with years of teachin…
 
If there is a quintessential practice in Charlotte Mason’s approach to education, it is the act of narration. You can pick and choose which living books you want to read, you can use watercolors or not in your nature journaling, and you can dictate your own routine in a way that best fits your family, but you simply cannot reap the full benefits of…
 
In today’s podcast we talk about the ways that this time of year can get us down, and kick around some ideas on what we can do about it. We discuss value of community and our longing for it, especially in this COVID environment. Our new support network https://www.bonnielandry.ca/the-watering-hole Low days Posts on community https://www.bonnielandr…
 
Today's episode is an excerpt from my course, Creating a Job Search Strategy: Successful Job Search Strategy that WORKS. QUICKLY We appreciate our Listener Supporters! For more info: https://anchor.fm/workingwhilehomeschooling/support Find Me on the Internet: Website – WorkingWhileHomeschooling.com Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/WorkingWhileHo…
 
Our guest today is Amber Johnston. Amber lives in Georgia nestled among pine trees, hammocks and ziplines with her husband and their four children. Her happy place is the back porch on a rainy day, preferably with a giant mug of hot tea and a good book. When they have the chance, her family enjoys extended worldschooling trips to immerse themselves…
 
Today we want to discuss an important question that one of our readers gave us: “What do you do when your child says schoolwork is pointless?” Here to help me with the discussion is my friend and co-worker, Laura Pitney. Sonya: Laura, good to have you with us again. Laura: Thank you for having me. […] Your Questions Answered: When School Seems Poin…
 
For years, I’ve been telling myself that if I just had more time in my schedule, or a more organized schedule or a more whittled down schedule, I would be able to be more present with my kids when I spend time with them. I tweaked my schedule for years and it got a little better for sure. Then covid came along and my schedule was whittled down to s…
 
Lent is upon us, and many of us are "tempted" to fast--just to lose a few pounds. But there’s so much more to it. Today, it’s my joy to talk with Dr. Kerrie Berends, who will give us some wonderful spiritual and scientific insights into Fasting for Health and Holiness. Find Dr. Kerrie Berends here: Dr_berends@msn.com Dr. Berend's courses: https://h…
 
What do you see when you look at your child? Here’s what Charlotte Mason would like you to see. Charlotte Mason created a list of 20 core values, 20 key principles that formed the foundation on which her approach to education was built. We’ve started on a tour through those 20 core values. If you […] Personhood: Core Values of Charlotte Mason origi…
 
What do you see when you look at your child? Here’s what Charlotte Mason would like you to see. Charlotte Mason created a list of 20 core values, 20 key principles that formed the foundation on which her approach to education was built. We’ve started on a tour through those 20 core values. If you […] Personhood: Core Values of Charlotte Mason origi…
 
Monica Robertson is a retired teacher, math educator, grandmother and former homeschool parent. She is also my mother-in-law! I asked Monica to come on the show as a special guest to talk about her experience homeschooling, learning math and the power of looking at the world through a math lens. Math always seems to be a topic that seems to give qu…
 
Today we sit down with the lovely ladies from Latte and Laundry, our biggest fans! We hear about their podcast, Latte and Laundry, in which they discuss the importance of being both Mary and Martha and we learn a lot about friendship. I hope you enjoy today’s episode with these wonderful ladies, and give their podcast a listen! Link in bio. Our new…
 
Today I share with you my favorite tips on how to make Valentine's Day special as a Working While Homeschooling Mom! We appreciate our Listener Supporters! For more info: https://anchor.fm/workingwhilehomeschooling/support Find Me on the Internet: Website – WorkingWhileHomeschooling.com Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/WorkingWhileHomeschooling/…
 
Homeschooling through the winter can be a total drag. It’s the darkest, coldest part of the year. We don’t have as many field trips, playdates, park days and everyone starts climbing the walls. If we let that get on top of us, we can start thinking negative thoughts about our abilities or whether or not we should even keep going. But that’s just wi…
 
Episode 70: The Healing Power of the Sacrament of Matrimony It’s pretty much universal: we parents worry about our children’s souls, as they move out into a spiritually dark culture. We wonder: Can powerful conversions and healings come through imperfect Catholic families like ours? Today’s guest, veteran homeschooler Jess Echeverry, is here to tel…
 
When we think about homeschooling, we often limit it to what we do within our four walls, or at least within our community. But what better way is there to learn about the people in the world and make relations with them than to go there and meet them in person? So today we want […] Worldschooling originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.…
 
When we think about homeschooling, we often limit it to what we do within our four walls, or at least within our community. But what better way is there to learn about the people in the world and make relations with them than to go there and meet them in person? So today we want […] Worldschooling originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.…
 
Episode 69: Love in a Time of Quarantine In the best of times, it is challenging to live out Gospel values in our families and communities, but with the isolation and stress we’re experiencing these days, we’re having to be more attuned to God’s grace than ever before. Today’s guest, homeschool veteran Mary Ellen Barrett, is here to explore Love in…
 
Episodes 68: An Australian Homeschool Have you ever wondered what it would be like to homeschool in Australia? Today’s guest, Charbel Raish, will give us a peek into the unique qualities of his family’s Australian Homeschool! Find Charbel Raish at https://www.parousiamedia.com/ Today’s Short Feature: A.J. Cattapan, Books & Blessings Topic: The Othe…
 
Episode 67: A Homeschool Success Story If you’re just starting out in your homeschooling journey, you might be having an awful lot of days that leave you feeling a little sub-par. Today’s guest, Caroline Dupuis who has been through many ups and downs, is here to share A Homeschool Success Story. Find Caroline at littlepetal.dupuis@gmail.com Today’s…
 
Episode 66: “But What About Socialization?!” If you’re new to homeschooling, you’re probably getting asked a question that veteran homeschoolers find very familiar. Today, Maureen Wittmann is here with very smart and very reassuring responses to the question, “But what about socialization?!” Find Maureen at https://homeschoolconnectionsonline.com/d…
 
Episode 65: Consecrating Our Children to Jesus Through Mary Children around the world are joining together in prayer through the tireless efforts of a lovely homeschooling mom, Blythe Kaufmann. Today’s topic is Consecrating Our Children to Jesus Through Mary! Find Blythe Kaufman: The Children's Rosary: www.childrensrosary.org and www.childrensrosar…
 
Episode 64: Simple Habits for Great Nutrition--On a Budget! We all want to feed our families well, but we need to stay within our budgets! Today, we’re having a fun and illuminating chat with Dr. Kerrie Berends, who will help us to build Simple Habits for Great Nutrition—on a Budget! Dr. Berends: Dr_berends@msn.com Her courses at Homeschool Connect…
 
Episode 63: Celebrating the Octave and Epiphany In the secular world, Christmas day is a huge letdown. But in our beautiful Catholic traditions, we’re just getting started having fun! Today, it is a great joy to have bestselling author, Kendra Tierney, here to tell us about Celebrating the Christmas Octave and Epiphany! Don’t miss this! Find Kendra…
 
Episode 62: A Dickensian Christmas What is often described as the "magic" of Christmas is something deeper and more meaningful, which can be expressed through great works of literature. Our guest today is the distinguished scholar, Anthony Esolen, to help us imagine and create a Dickensian Christmas. Find Dr. Esolen: At Magdalen College: https://ma…
 
Episode 61: The Inspirational Power of Biographies Delving into the lives of extraordinary people can ignite our imaginations and help us define a vision for our own lives. Today, we’re talking with Catholic scholar and homeschooling dad, Joseph Pearce, about The Inspirational Power of Biographies. Find Joseph: https://jpearce.co/ Other podcast epi…
 
Episode 60: Tips on Having a Chesterton-Inspired Advent and Christmas! GK Chesterton and his devoted wife, Frances, offered joy and friendship to everyone who knew them. Today’s guest, author Nancy Brown, will give us some Tips on Having a Chesterton-Inspired Advent and Christmas! Contact: Nancy@Nancy-Brown.com Nancy’s books and other resources: Th…
 
Episode 59: Using the Hallow App in Your Homeschool In our homeschools, we sometimes integrate technology into our learning and faith-formation planning. Today’s guests, two young Catholic entrepreneurs, Taylor Buckley and Allessandro DiSanto, will step us into Using the Hallow App in Your Homeschool! Link for free 30-day trial of Hallow Plus! hall…
 
Episode 58: I Am a Saint in the Making Helping our children think of themselves as being called to sainthood is a big part of our mission, as Catholic homeschoolers. Today’s guests, author Lisa Hendey and illustrator Katie Broussard, are here to talk about their glorious new children’s book, “I Am a Saint in the Making.” Lisa Hendey: https://www.li…
 
Episode 57: Mid-Semester Homeschool Organization Check-in! Today’s guest, Margaret Gallipeau, was with us in Episode 48, helping us get organized for the year. Today, she’ll take us through some steps for evaluating how our plans are going, in our Mid-Semester Homeschool Organization Check-in! Find Margaret Gallipeau at https://www.findingjoyonthej…
 
Episode 56: An Awesome New Multimedia Series on the Lives of the Saints The liturgical year is like a treasure map, full of opportunities to delve into the feasts and traditions of our Catholic history. But more than that, it’s an opportunity to make powerful friendships with the saints in heaven. Today’s guest, Katie Prejean McGrady, is here to te…
 
Episode 55: SaintCards! An Ingenious New Game Wouldn’t you love a game that would bring your family together and get everyone having a great time, while effortlessly learning about the saints? Today’s guest, David Williams, is the co-creator of SaintCards, An Ingenious New Game. You’ll love this. Find SaintCards here: https://www.saintcards.com/ $5…
 
Episode 54: How to Foster Religious Vocations in Your Homeschool Did you know that Catholic homeschoolers are producing a remarkable harvest of religious vocations? Today’s guest is the mother of a cloistered sister. Ana Braga-Henebry is here to share some wonderful insights on How to Foster Religious Vocations in Your Homeschool. CONTACT ANA: at h…
 
After Would you like a great answer to your child’s question—“Mom! Why do I have to do math?” Our guest today, Marie Siobhan Gallagher, believes Math is Just Plain Good for You! After this episode, you’ll be convinced, too. Find Marie Siobhan here: mariesiobhangallagher@hotmail.com or call 516-655-3395 Kahn Academy for instant feedback https://www.…
 
Episode 52: How Read-Alouds Can Bless Your Family in Times of Suffering For most of us, captivating stories have long blessed our homeschools. But did you know that in times of intense suffering, reading aloud to your children can have an amazing impact? Today’s guest is someone I’m extremely proud of, a former student and author, Grace Anne, here …
 
Episode 51: Why Phys-Ed is Important, Even if You and Your Kids Are NOT Athletic! Creating a physical education program for our children is more than just sending them out to play. Today, it’s my joy to talk with Dr. Kerrie Berends, who will tell us Why Phys-Ed is Important, Even if You and Your Kids Are NOT Athletic! Find Dr. Berends here: Dr_bere…
 
Episode 50: Compelling Reasons to Homeschool An Only Child If you’re the parent of an only child, you may be wondering if it’s a good idea to homeschool. Our guest today is the awesome Megan Fassero, whose only child flourished in their homeschool and went on to a great Catholic college. Today we’ll unpack some Compelling Reasons to Homeschool An O…
 
Today we interview Drew Vernon, marketing guy for an unbelievably unbelievable product for families and my mind is totally blown. You might want to consider watching this on YouTube, because there are some visual examples of what Drew is telling us about, that would not want to be missed. I get requests all the time to review products, which I don'…
 
Today's episode is a conversation with Kim, a Licensed Structural Engineer, homeschooling her 6 and 4-year-old. Though she was working completely from home before the pandemic, Kim started homeschooling last year because of Covid and plans to continue in the future. We appreciate our Listener Supporters! For more info: https://anchor.fm/workingwhil…
 
Episode 49: Suzuki Style Homeschooling For Your Young Children There are almost as many ways to homeschool as there are homeschooling families! Join us as Kimberly McCrann unpacks Suzuki-Style Homeschooling For Young Children. Find Kimberly McCrann here: pondhouseschool@aol.com VIP Pass for Catholic Homeschool Conference https://catholichomeschoolc…
 
Episode 48: Organizing the School Room and the School Year Is the start of the school year overwhelming for you? Well join the club. It’s a common experience. As exciting as it is to start fresh, each fall, we all need a little help getting organized. Today’s guest, Margaret Gallipeau, is here to share some tips on Organizing the School Room and th…
 
Do you keep a commonplace book (or wish you did)? Today’s episode is serves as a first half for our upcoming Commonplace Workshop. Pam, Mystie, Abby, and Brandy discuss what a commonplace book even is and why anyone would want to keep one. It’s a great discussion you don't want to miss and will get you ready for the Workshop, which is happening thi…
 
This week, I’m wrapping up the three-part series I’ve been doing entitled: Getting Your Kids to Love Your Homeschool Because we ALL want that, right? I’m super excited to get you this final piece of the puzzle I’ve been building! Especially because I think this one’s full of the most practical ideas. And I’m a practical girl at heart. So for part t…
 
In previous posts I have shared my favorite books for teaching history, and many of you said you appreciate those book reviews and would like more recommendations covering other subjects as well. So today I’m sharing some great living books for teaching Bible. Now, the first one I hope is quite obvious: the Bible. This […] Favorite Living Books for…
 
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