HSHSP Ep 73: Bringing Your Teen Home for Highschool

This week on HSHSP Ep 73: Bringing Your Teen Home for Highschool.

HSHSP Ep 73: Bringing Your Teen Home for Highschool

HSHSP Ep 73: Bringing Your Teen Home for Highschool

There are tens of thousands of homeschooling highschool in the US today. Many of them are just starting the homeschool adventure at grade 9. We get lots of questions from those parents who are just starting homeschooling highschool after their kids have been in regular school grades K-8.

What are the reasons families have from bringing teens home for highschool? We often talk to families:

  • who have a teen with a chronic illness
  • who have a teen with social anxiety or other mental illnesses
  • who have a teen who has some learning difference
  • who have a teen who is gifted and motivated
  • who have a teen who has asked to homeschool

What are some tips for handling the transition from traditional to homeschooling highschool?

  • Decide on format (we’ve got ideas for you)
  • Remember to communicate
  • Be aware of need for de-toxing from regular school
  • And more

Join Sabrina, Kym and Marilyn for helpful how-to’s and enlightening encouragement about Bringing Your Teen Home for Highschool!

New Help for Homeschooling High School Parents!

How to Plan and Schedule Your Homeschool High School Year

HSHSP Ep 42: Highschool Goals and Planning

HSHSP Ep 73: Bringing Your Teen Home for Highschool

 

HSHSP Ep 64: Grammar- Gotta Have It!

HSHSP Ep 64: Grammar- Gotta Have It! Highschool grammar is a must!HSHSP Ep 64: Grammar- Gotta Have It!

You’d think that after 8 years of grammar through elementary and middle school, that teens wouldn’t need to study grammar any longer!

We’ve noticed in our years as homeschool advisors and homeschool moms, that teens in this generation need grammar more than ever. How about essays include lines like:

What do u think about…?

Its more then I can bare. ROFL!

In this day of texting and automatic spellchecker, some embarrassing and unprofessional things can happen in writing. Teens need the skills to edit their own work after the automated tools finish!

Join Sabrina, Vicki and Marilyn for ways to make highschool-level grammar useful, if not fun!

 

And if your teen is struggling about future career and college major choices, contact Vicki@VickiTillmanCoaching.com.

 

Why Teens Hate Editing Papers and How to Help

4 Steps to Help Teens Learn Revising and Editing Skills

 

Real Talk for Real Fathers with John Finch

Real Talk for Real FathersAbout this time last year, I was introduced to John Finch on Twitter. John asked me to write an article for his encouraging dads project. You can read that here…

http://www.encouragingdads.com/2016/05/memories-are-made-in-the-everyday-moments/

As I learned more about John and what he does for fathers, I knew I wanted to have him on the show. In this episode, I chat with John about what he has learned about Fatherhood on his journey. John shares about his own realization that Father Wounds have a large impact on Fatherhood and how he is overcoming the loss of losing his own father to suicide at age 11.

John recently released a documentary called The Father Effect and he shares some of the lessons he learned while creating this documentary. You can find out more about The Father Effect on his website, www.thefathereffect.com

The Father Effect Movie

If you need encouragement about fatherhood, check out John’s Encouraging Dad’s Project. You can read lots of great stories on his site, www.encouragingdads.com

Encouraging Dads

Happy Fathers Day!!!

Find a way to #sayyes today.

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Thank you to The Homegrown Preschooler for sponsoring this Podcast! Check out the blog post Kathy mentioned, Farmhouse Schoolhouse, to read more about A Year of Playing Skillfully.

Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at

The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

Build Your Summer Reading List

Build Your Summer Reading List

Podcast #28

In this episode,  Florida Parent Educators Association (FPEA) Chairwoman, Suzanne Nunn discusses ways to build your summer reading list.  Summer is a great time to expand your library. And what a wonderful time to spend reading some new and old favorites!

Please join us as we travel along this journey on our podcast adventure. Let’s get connected! Learn more about the Florida Parent Educator’s Association and homeschooling in the beautiful state of Florida.

Please visit www.fpea.com to learn more about who we are

 

Homeopathy for Bugs, Bites and Stings – Part 2

Tune in as Sue Meyer talks about homeopathic remedies to use to protect insects and what to do if you get stung in this podcast.Time for part 2 of this summer-time series!  Sue gives remedies for bites from Mosquitoes, Certain Flies, Fleas, Bedbugs, Gnats, Midges, Spiders, Ticks, and Chiggers … all are a concern this time of year as we get outdoors and enjoy the warm weather after a long winter.  All these insects have the chance of carrying diseases that can be transmitted to humans or animals.  Tune in as Sue Meyer talks about homeopathic remedies to use to protect ourselves and our families from these insects and what to do if you get stung in this two-part series.

Click Here to get the FREE Handout to go with this two part series!

 

Visit our website at:  http://homeopathyformommies.com

 

 

 

 

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HSHSP Ep 57: Phys Ed for Homeschool Highschoolers

HSHSP Ep 57 Phys Ed for Homeschool HighschoolHSHSP Ep 57: Phys Ed for Homeschool Highschoolers

Some homeschool highschoolers are born for sports! They love soccer, swimming, baseball or karate. They love working out, jogging and dance. They are the teens who make logging their necessary physical education credits easy!

Then there are the teens who were NOT born for sports. They don’t like group sports, they trip over their feet. They jog like it is torturing them. These homeschool highschoolers have talents in other things. Unfortunately for them, they must earn phys ed credits for graduation.

How does a homeschool mom plan for highschool level phys ed? How do teens earn those mandatory phys ed credits?

Join Sabrina, Vicki and Marilyn for a happy, helpful and healthy chat about phys ed for homeschool highschoolers!

3 Reasons Phys Ed Improves Homeschooling and 5 Ways to Make it Happen

 

Homeschool Budgeting

Richele and Lindsey understand what it is like to have to homeschool on a budget. Affording the homeschool life doesn’t have to be stressful. There are ways to combat the cost while providing a quality education. Join Richele and Lindsey for tips and suggestions to help you save time and money!

 

Budgeting Tool:  https://www.talkingmom2mom.com/2017/04/organize-your-homeschool-year.html

 

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Florida National Historic Site

Florida Historic SitesFlorida National Historic Sites

Podcast #25

In this episode,  Florida Parent Educators Association (FPEA) Chairwoman, Suzanne Nunn discusses some of the great resources Florida has to offer, specifically some of Florida’s national historic sites. Come along with us, as we take a trip to some of these sites and make plans to visit them soon!

 

Please join us as we travel along this journey on our podcast adventure. Let’s get connected! Learn more about the Florida Parent Educator’s Association and homeschooling in the beautiful state of Florida. If you are interested in homeschooling our convention is every year in May during Memorial Day weekend.

 

Please visit www.fpea.com to learn more about who we are!

The Race to 100 Game with Mr. D

Podcast 26

Have you ever watched a young person do a computation in their head. Ever notice they will look up?  They are tapping into the part of the brain that does computation.  So why is it then, when we teach subtraction or when students try to do it on their fingers, they count going down. No wonder it is so difficult! Join Mr. D this week to learn how to subtract by counting up and how to play the race to 100 game.  You may notice as an adult, you already use this method but can’t remember when you learned how and were not taught to do this when you were a child.  Now you can teach this method to your children and play the game anytime. Find out why Mr. D says subtraction means to find the distance between things and how this shows up again and again in high school math when it comes to finding the slope or using the distance formula. You will be able to request a free online video with extra practice too!

Find out more about Mr. D here!

 

Virtual Business Skills To Fund Full Time Travel

The Roadschool Moms team continue to answer the million $ question for fulltime RVing families! How do you make money on the road? Whether your just starting your business or if it’s time for a business tune-up, this is the show for you!

On this episode of Roadschool Moms, Mary Beth (MB) and Kimberly (KT) host the fourth show of this five-part series, Making Money as a Virtual Business Owner. Hit the replay to listen to the exclusive interview with returning guest, Bryanna Royal.

Learn how to start a Virtual Business from scratch!

Bryanna, is talking to you if you answer any of the following questions with a YES!

Do you dream about traveling full time? It is possible! With a virtual business you are able to become location independent and work where you want when you want.

SPECIAL OFFER!  Roadschool Moms Listeners… Get Bryanna’s New Course “How to Start a Virtual Business So You Can Travel Full Time” for $50 off!!! with Promo “FTF”

Not sure what business to start? At the beginning of the course, we will walk through how to figure out what the best business is for YOU. You want your business to be something you enjoy, that makes you money and allows you to travel.

Wondering how to get your business up and running? I get it! Starting is the hardest part. We will go through a step-by-step process to show you where to start and what steps to take to grow your business.

How can I start a business while still keeping up with my current bills and life? I will be the first to say it isn’t easy and will take dedication. Which is why I have made this course very straightforward with actionable items right out of the gate to get you to your end goal as quickly as possible. No fluff, just straight steps and tips for making your dream a reality.

SPECIAL OFFER!  Roadschool Moms Listeners… Get Bryanna’s New Course “How to Start a Virtual Business So You Can Travel Full Time” for $50 off!!! with Promo “FTF”

If you missed the first show in this new series, hit the replay to learn about making money on the road as a blogger. In addition, the series includes developing successful business plans as a chef, RV roof installer, or virtual business owner.

This isn’t the first Roadschool Moms episode dedicated to making money on the road. As a matter of fact, the very first podcasts feature three (3) fulltime RVers that fund their travels successfully from an independent location income stream. Through their experience, these two fulltime RVing entrepreneurs later broadcast their Top 10 Ways to Make Money on the Road. Scroll through the RSM library on iTunes to find more than 100 podcast replays that contain episodes to finding the roadmap for revenue on the road.

Roadschool Moms is a live, one-hour weekly broadcast dedicated to the needs and challenges facing today’s roadschool moms. Kimberly Travaglino, co-founder of Fulltime Families, and Mary Beth Goff, the creator of Road Trip Teacher, team up every week to offer listeners a fresh take on homeschooling while traveling full time across America’s backyard.


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