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Mega Lists ~ Organize Now

Learn about mega lists the easy way to organize now! Homeschool. Meals. Laundry. Oh, my. That is how I felt when I was attempting to school!

Banish Painful Periods Forever With These Tips

Episode 54-Many, many women dread “that time of the month” because every month, they experience crippling painful periods. When I was a teenager, I became a frequent visitor to the nurse’s office every month because of this. Of course, the nurse couldn’t dispense any pain medications, so all I ever got was a hot water […]

Why Learn a Foreign Language?

Why Learn a Foreign Language? Today I’m joined by my youngest daughter and recent homeschool graduate, Hannah Nehring. Hannah focused on Foreign Languages during high school and began learning German this fall, her 5th foreign language, following Latin, Hebrew, Spanish and Chinese. She is currently conversant in both Hebrew and Spanish, with the goal of […]

How To Study History On Location

Hey, homeschoolers! What if you could study history where it happened? My guests for today’s podcast tell us how to make that possible, whether you’re able to travel or not. Before I introduce my guests, though, I want to thank my sponsor for this episode, the Courageous Legacy movie. My guests are Dr. W. Kessler […]

Creating Online Review Games For Your Children

150: Creating online review games for your children The free resources to create online review games for your children that are mentioned in this episode are Flippity – Matching game, Hangman (Snowman) Classtools – lots of different arcade games to choose from Quizlet -Match up, Gravity All these resources have digital flashcards you can create […]

Helping Teens Own Their Education, Interview with Meryl van der Merwe

This week on Homeschool Highschool Podcast: Helping Teens Own Their Education, Interview with Meryl van der Merwe. Helping Teens Own Their Education, Interview with Meryl van der Merwe Homeschool high schoolers need to develop independent learning skills. As they do this, they start to own their education. That’s why Vicki is excited to talk with […]

Homeschool Socialization

Homeschool Socialization In “Homeschool Socialization,” Episode, #144, Meredith Curtis shares how homeschooling in her home has included other families. From involvement in homeschool support groups, lessons, sports, and co-ops to History Days and ministry, there have always been other homeschooling families involved in our lives. Meredith gives practical tips and fun ways to spend time […]

Dealing with Stressful News – MBFLP 269

Some things are unquestionable, life-changing moments – an unexpected death in the family, a natural disaster, a major accident. But what about things which just show up and disrupt everything? The smaller emergencies which aren’t big enough to awaken heroism, but are big enough to bring out all our doubts, fears, frustrations, and temper? The […]

Homeschooling Multiple Ages – HIRL Special Replay

How does a homeschooling parent possibly educate older kids while at the same time juggling preschoolers, toddlers, and babies? Is it even realistic to think we could do a good job while spinning so many homeschool plates? On this episode of Homeschooling in Real Life, Fletch and Kendra talk about how they’ve managed to homeschool 8 kids, […]

Getting It All Done

Getting It All Done Sometimes life can seem overwhelming. Especially when you face a disruption in life; a move, chronic illness, a death in the family, etc., it can seem impossible to be productive and accomplish anything, let alone the most important things. In this episode, Israel and Brook discuss how to find a realistic […]

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