Handling Homeschool Backlash from Family and Friends

Handling Homeschool Backlash from Family and FriendsHow are you…  Handling Homeschool Backlash from Family and Friends? 

Episode #4  Hosts:  Lindsey Stomberg & Richele McFarlin

Do you have family who question your decision to homeschool? Do your children get quizzed by neighbors?  Don’t let the backlash shake your confidence about your decision to homeschool your children. Don’t fall into the trap of putting your children on display to show off the merits of homeschooling. Learn how to effectively handle these situations before they escalate.

 

 

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The Wonder of Childhood

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Podcast #22

In this episode,  Florida Parent Educators Association (FPEA) Chairwoman, Suzanne Nunn looks at learning and growing during the early preschool years.

 

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!

Electives We Love

Electives We LoveElectives We Love with Julianna Curtis, Marla Stevens, and Jenny Rose Curtis Podcast #43 takes you to our Finish Well Conference. This workshop is led by homeschool grads who looked back and realized that the electives they loved changed the course of their lives. Let them share their research, their insights, and their suggestions so that you too can one day say, “these are the electives we love!” [Read more…]

Electives We Love

Electives We Love with Julianna Curtis, Marla Stevens, and Jenny Rose Curtis Finish Well Radio Podcast #43 takes you to our Finish Well Conference. This workshop is led by homeschool grads who looked back and realized that the electives they loved changed the course of their lives. Let them share their research, their insights, and their suggestions so that you too can one day say, “these are the electives we love!

Husbands And Homeschooling

husbands and homeschoolingHusbands And Homeschooling with Hosts: Lindsey Stomberg & Richele McFarlin

Podcast #3

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Join Lindsey and Richele as they look at homeschooling through the lens of homeschooling dads and discuss what potential role a husband can play in the homeschool room. Many husbands are skeptical of homeschooling the children, others are hands-on in their approach, and some take a backseat altogether. Homeschooling can be stressful on a marriage, but it doesn’t need to be. As moms, we want what is best for our children, and our husbands’ goals are no different. We will be sharing specific talking points that should be asked regularly throughout the year between a homeschooling couple to ensure that everyone is on the same page. Does your husband want to help but just isn’t sure how to begin? Are you unsure how to motivate the unmotivated homeschooling dad? Listen in as we answer these questions and more about a husband’s role in the homeschool room.

 

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4 Things that Steal Your Joy in Homeschooling

Homeschool, homeschool moms, joyThings that Steal Your Joy in Homeschooling, Episode 2

Hosts:  Lindsey Stomberg & Richele McFarlin

Let’s talk about four things that threaten to steal your joy in homeschooling. Lindsey and Richele will share how overscheduling ourselves, comparing our homeschools, a lack of discipline in our homes, and ridiculous expectations can lead to dissatisfaction and stomp out our joy. Join us as we discuss our experiences and victories so we can encourage you to overcome these joy stealers.

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Roadschooling Multiple Ages Simultaneously

Think of homeschooling multiple ages as a branch in the household tree that grows a life with multiple kiddos! Unless you are a family with an only child or or a single set of multiples, there are already multiple aged activities going on in the house. From eating breakfast or navigating extracurriculars to sleep time routines, there are different seasons of your daily routines (the combination of babies, toddlers, tweens, or teens). This episode helps formulate a plan to keep your roadschool running smoothly and includes more than 10 ways to keep all ages of your kiddos on the road to a successful learning adventure.

The Road Trip Teacher talks about the things in her Ready! Set! Go! bag that is she always has on hand for learning at home or on the go. More details about this bag of tricks can be found over at Road Trip Teacher.

Join the Roadschool Moms in this episode as MB and KT share their time-tested tips for teaching across the ages in your RV (tips will also work for non-wheeled homes 😉

 

How to Have Your Sanest Homeschool Year

Hoping for a saner homeschool year? I have six suggestions for you. While simple, they’re very powerful for creating the peace and joy you long for.


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How to Make This Year Your Sanest Homeschool Year Podcast

Links

Subscribe

Anki

the mistake of giving up on our routines this time of year

The 5 Am Miracle by Jeff Sanders

Pam Barnhill’s Morning Basket Guide

Konos How to Have a New Kid by Friday by Kevin Leman

Supernanny

Nanny 911

an episode I did with Reb Bradley

an episode of this podcast on teaching children to do chores well

Plan to Eat

Tastefully Simple

The Once and For All Meal Plan.

two free planners

Trello

Techie Homeschool Mom

The Organized Homeschool Life

Which of these sanity steps will you take first? Let’s talk about it at Homeschool Sanity on Facebook.

How Homeschoolers Can Express Gratitude

We all want to raise grateful children. But it can be a challenge to find ways to teach them to express gratitude. In this episode, I share groups of people who are deserving of our gratitude as homeschoolers and unique ways we and our children can thank them.

Unique Ways for Homeschoolers to Express Gratitude: Podcast


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Links

How to Leave an ITunes Review from Your iPhone or iPad

Black Friday Savings on Psychowith6

the homeschool motivation on demand podcast episode

2:1 conference

Grammar Galaxy

Which of these unique expressions of thanks do you want to make first? Let’s chat about it on Facebook.

Have a happy homeschool week!

Adding Morning Time to your Roadschool

morning-time-show-buttonMary Beth has been talking about it for weeks. She’s told us, how it’s breathed new life into her roadschool. She’s told us it brought everyone in her RV together. She’s gushed about how much her Roadschool 101 crew looks forward to it every day… but what is Morning Time?

On this episode discover, along with Kimberly, as Pam Barnhill of EdSnapShots.com, shares with us the key points of Morning Time and her Morning Basket Routine.

Pam encourages that by adding this intentional family time to your homeschool routine (even if you don’t do it in the morning), you can recapture the joy of learning for your whole family. Making cherished memories becomes the easy part of your day. What’s in your Morning Basket?

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