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How to Create your own Wordle-type games

201: How to Create your own Wordle-type games You can use Wordle-type games for reviewing vocabulary in your homeschool and in this episode I share how to create your own Wordle-type games with free tools These are the websites I mention: mywordle.strivemath.com Flippity Scratch —————————————————————————————————————- Take a look at show sponsor, FundaFunda Academy to see […]

Things We Learned When Times Were Tight – MBFLP 283

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Graduating from College Debt-Free, Interview with Kara Walker

This week on Homeschool Highschool Podcast: Graduating from College Debt-Free, Interview with Kara Walker. Graduating from College Debt-Free, Interview with Kara Walker This has been a fun week because this week Vicki got to sit down with Kara Walker from Money and Mental Piece, who’s a homeschool grad and entrepreneur! You and your homeschool high […]

The Importance of Developing Strong Communication and Leadership Skills in Children

Julie Rambo shares about how Institute for Cultural Communicators help ordinary students become extraordinary leaders.

Special Replay: Your Homeschooled Teen Has ADD? Help is Here

A homeschooling mom on Facebook.com/motivatedhomeschooler asked for advice for her homeschooled teen and I thought other parents might have the same question. If you or your homeschooled teen is forgetful, distracted, or disorganized, listen to this episode of The Homeschool Sanity Show. Teaching Tip of the Week This week’s teaching tip is to make room […]

Special Replay: Stress Free Fall Activities for Kids

Stress-Free Fall Activities for Kids Episode 300 There are so many stress-free activities for kids that I’m happy to share with you some suggestions for examining the stress in your life and ways to combat this. On the show notes page, I have a previous podcast on asking yourself ten questions to examine where the […]

Homeschooling Children with Unique Needs, Part Two

During this two-part series, homeschool mom and former teacher Felice Gerwitz, who holds a degree in Elementary Education, Learning Disabilities, and Early Childhood Education, talks about homeschooling children with a variety of learning styles and unique needs.

My Favorite Tech Tools for Homeschooling

200: My Favorite Tech Tools for Homeschooling In this 200th episode, I share my favorite tech tools for homeschooling. But first I highlight some past episodes from the previous years: Episode 22- Techie Alternatives to Written Reports – Episode 54 – Homeschooling Digital Natives Episode 77 – Virtual Labs Episode 97 – Profile of a […]

Training Teens to be Civil in an Uncivil World: Special Replay

This week we will discuss: Training Teens to be Civil in an Uncivil World, special replay. Training Teens to be Civil in an Uncivil World Join Sabrina, Kym and Vicki for an important discussion about civility. Our world is increasingly unkind and uncivil. Teens are surrounded by political figures on the news who are crude, […]

Homeschool Difference

Homeschool Difference ~ Episode 478 What is the homeschool difference? It is truly glaring when you compare it to public or even private education. With lofty goals public education has failed children, again and again, having become agenda-driven. What is a parent to do? Look at the alternative which is homeschooling and reap the rewards […]

Homeopathy for Scars

Why do some people scar more than others? Did you know stretch marks are considered scars? This week on Homeopathy for Mommies, Sue talks about Homeopathic remedies for Scars. One of the medical terms you will want to know if you use a repertory to work out your acute case is Cicatrices – Plural of […]

Special Replay: Launching Your High Schooler Into Life

Back in Episode 25, we talked about launching your kid into college. During that discussion, we explained how we have chosen to launch our kids during their senior year of high school, which allows them the freedom to begin making life decisions before they even leave our home. One of our listeners wrote in and asked if […]

Using 3D printing in your homeschool

199: Using 3D printing in your homeschool with Katie Matteson Katie Matteson shares how she is using 3-D printing in her homeschool. These show notes are just the bare bones from the episode – listen to the full episode for all the info and tips First printer/pen? We started with the 3D pens. They have […]

Special Replay: Rediscovering The Joy In Motherhood

Rediscovering the Joy in Motherhood with Kathy Lee On this episode, I have the pleasure of talking with one of my favorite homeschooling moms on the planet. Keri Vasek is the mother of three muddlings and opens up to share her journey of losing her joy (and rediscovering it). You will see in this episode […]

Why You Should Homeschool with Christy Faith – Part 2

Kristy Faith is an Educational Expert Turned Homeschool Advocate and is here on the podcast to talk about Worldview.

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