Best Shows Replay: How to Homeschool the Uncooperative Child

Homeschooling the Uncooperative Child The Homeschool Sanity Show Podcast
This month while Dr. Melanie Wilson is taking a podcasting break, we’re replaying some of her best shows!    Listen to this interview with Rebecca Spooner about Homeschooling the Uncooperative Child.

He never fails to groan when you announce it’s time for school. It takes her forever to finish her work. Or worse yet, you get outright rebellion. What to do? Rebecca Spooner of Hip Hoomeschooling Blog.com shares her tips as a homeschool graduate and homeschooling mother of five on this episode of the podcast.

Listen on iTunes

Links

HomeschoolScopes.TV

7 Sisters Homeschool

Homeschooling the Uncooperative Child on Hip Homeschooling Blog

Rebecca on Periscope, Facebook, and Pinterest

 

Are You Being Too Hard on Yourself?

I had another topic planned for this week’s episode when I started weeping. I knew I needed to share what was bothering me. Could you, like me, be being too hard on yourself?

How to Stop Being So Hard on Ourselves: Podcast

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Show Notes Links

Weekly Sanity Saver newsletter sample and Subscribe

variety of blog posts on the topic of negative people

a great sanity saver that I shared on the Homeschool Sanity Facebook page

HomeschoolScopes.tv

Have a happy homeschool week!

How Do We Motivate These Kids? – MBFLP 123

We hear this question all the time – when we’re not asking it ourselves. How do you get your kids motivated and doing what they need to? Is it all about compulsion, or is there a positive aspect to it? Coming to you “on the road” in Mystic, Connecticut, we’ll be talking about some ways to help your kids get off their duff … and you may find some encouragement for your own case of “slows”!

How to Homeschool the Uncooperative Child

Homeschooling the Uncooperative Child The Homeschool Sanity Show Podcast
He never fails to groan when you announce it’s time for school. It takes her forever to finish her work. Or worse yet, you get outright rebellion. What to do? Rebecca Spooner of Hip Hoomeschooling Blog.com shares her tips as a homeschool graduate and homeschooling mother of five on this episode of the podcast.

Listen on iTunes

Links

HomeschoolScopes.TV

7 Sisters Homeschool

Homeschooling the Uncooperative Child on Hip Homeschooling Blog

Rebecca on Periscope, Facebook, and Pinterest

Next Week

How to Hold on to Faith While Homeschooling with Kendra Fletcher of Homeschooling in Real Life

Have a happy homeschool week!

Motivating the Reluctant Learner

How to Motivate Reluctant Learners; Homeschool Sanity Show podcastKids who are reluctant to learn try a mother’s patience, don’t they? Listen in this week to this episode in which my Periscope viewers and I share tips for motivating reluctant learners.

Teaching Tip of the Week

@DawnKeeton_ on Periscope recommended the monthly cooking kit, Rad Dish.

The Organized Homeschool Challenge of the Week

This week we are cleaning out the pantry by making meals with orphaned items. You can find the free printable and the Plan to Eat affiliate link at this link. You can find the free meal planning ebook mentioned here. Subscribers to Psychowith6 already have the meal plan in the Subscriber Freebies folder at the bottom of your email.

Show Notes

Gifted Hands by Ben Carson

Homeschool Sanity on Facebook

Action Steps

  1. Investigate the reason for the reluctance.
  2. Inspire your child.
  3. Control the intensity of the work.

Periscoper Tips

Brandy (@OurThriftyHome) of Our Thrifty Home

Lara Marriott (@LaraMarriott) of LaraMarriott.com

Next Week On The Show

What to do if your child wants to go to school.

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