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Special Replay | Why a Morning Basket with Pam Barnhill

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Why a Morning Basket: Pam Barnhill joins me on today's podcast to talk about how to manage your life while homeschoolingWhy a Morning Basket

Pam Barnhill joins me on today’s podcast to talk about how to manage your life while homeschooling

Pam, Jamie Martin and Colleen Kessler have all joined forces to create a program called, Homeschooling with Purpose

  1. Cast a vision
  2. Calm the chaos
  3. Create a lifestyle of learning in your home

Which is great, because it gives homeschoolers the tools they need to manage all of their lives, not just the educational piece. Like Pam says, manage the laundry- it’s never a surprise.

Pam and Why a Morning Basket

Pam is also probably best known for Your Morning Basket. Pam draws a distinction between Unit Studies and Morning Baskets and says Morning Baskets are when they cover everything from memory work to Internet Safety and are distinctly different than a unit study.

Some of the Barnhill’s favorite Morning baskets have focused on the Election, Finance and Folk Songs.

Pam uses a Trello Board to manage their Morning Baskets.

Pam is also a big proponent of Memory work, and learning memory work by songs and hymns.

Resources discussed in this podcast

Foyle’s War

Silverdale Press

Your Morning Basket Podcast with Pam Barnhill

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Why a Morning Basket

A Production of the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network.

Why a Morning Basket: Pam Barnhill joins me on today's podcast to talk about how to manage your life while homeschoolingWhy a Morning Basket

Pam Barnhill joins me on today’s podcast to talk about how to manage your life while homeschooling

Pam, Jamie Martin and Colleen Kessler have all joined forces to create a program called, Homeschooling with Purpose

  1. Cast a vision
  2. Calm the chaos
  3. Create a lifestyle of learning in your home

Which is great, because it gives homeschoolers the tools they need to manage all of their lives, not just the educational piece. Like Pam says, manage the laundry- it’s never a surprise.

Pam is also probably best known for Your Morning Basket. Pam draws a distinction between Unit Studies and Morning Baskets and says Morning Baskets are when they cover everything from memory work to Internet Safety and are distinctly different than a unit study.

Some of the Barnhill’s favorite Morning baskets have focused on the Election, Finance and Folk Songs.

Pam uses a Trello Board to manage their Morning Baskets.

Pam is also a big proponent of Memory work, and learning memory work by songs and hymns.

Resources discussed in this podcast

Foyle’s War

Silverdale Press

Your Morning Basket Podcast with Pam Barnhill

Learn about the important of Music with Music at the Movies

We love coming alongside fellow homeschoolers to ensure your academic and future success at True North Homeschool Academy! We offer Academic Advising, amazing k-12th grade Classes, Clubs and Mom’s Membership, regular Podcasts and Blog posts and more! Let us know how we can come alongside of you!

PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO Life Skills 101 VIA COMPUTER

  1. Follow this link to our Apple Podcasts page.
  2. OR take this IMPORTANT STEP: Under our Homeschool Highschool Podcast logo, click on View in “…your favorite podcast source”
  3. This will take you to Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast source and our own podcast page.
  4. Click SUBSCRIBE.
  5. Click RATINGS AND REVIEW. (Please take a minute and do this. It helps others find us. Thanks!)
  6. Thanks!

OR PLEASE SUBSCRIBE VIA iPHONE

  1. Tap the purple Podcast icon on your phone
  2. Tap the search icon on the bottom-right of your screen
  3. In the search bar type: Homeschool Highschool Podcast
  4. Tap the Homeschool Highschool Podcast icon
  5. Tap *Subscribe*
  6. Please tap *Ratings and Review*

We love coming alongside fellow homeschoolers to offer encouragement and support! Let us know how we can support YOU!

Robotics competitions

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Robotics Competitions

231: Robotics competitions with Dawn and Nate Garrett

Guests Dawn Garrett and her son Nate join us to talk about Robotics Competitions. You can learn about Nate’s team here and see their 2023 competition robot

If you missed episode 225 on An Introduction to Robotics – start by listening to that.

You can find general information about robotics in this blog post – Robotics in your Homeschool

These are the questions our guests answered.

1. Nate: How long have you been involved in robotics?
2. Dawn: Why did you think about robotics as an area for Nate to get involved in?
3. Dawn: How did you find a FLL team?
4. Nate: Over the years on FLL – what roles did you play on the team? What did you enjoy most about FLL
5. Dawn: How did you find a First Robotics team?
6. Nate: How is this different from FLL? What do you have to do? What is your role on the team?
7. How does the contest work?
8. Nate: What have you enjoyed most doing robotics?
9. Nate: What has been the biggest challenge?
10. Nate: What have you learned?
11 Dawn: What have you observed as a parent watching Nate get involved? What do you think the biggest benefits have been?
12. Nate: Has robotics influenced your ideas for a career?

You can find Dawn at

LadyDusk.com
Instagram: LadyDusk
Dawn is also the Community Manager for PamBarnhill.com

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Best of Homeschool Sanity: How to Have Your Sanest Homeschool Year

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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

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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.

Morning Time by Nature

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Does a Morning Time routine jumpstart your roadschool day? First of all, if you are unfamiliar with Morning Time, hit the Roadschool Moms replay featuring Pam Barnhill for details. Especially relevant in Episode #130, these two fulltime Rving moms share the benefits of carving out this family time in a homeschool day.

In addition, this episode features an interview with Holly Giles about using nature as a guide for this intentional family pace. She is the creator of The Giles Frontier, a favorite from Roadschool Moms Approved resources from previous episodes.

A review of the Blaze New Trails curriculum reveals its organic feel. Rather, it is a protocol to simplify your children’s day through nature’s classroom. The K-8 family guide seamlessly weaves together a nature study course including science, literature, and history. It is the perfect companion for homeschool moms new to the idea of Morning Time.

Further, other purposeful products from Giles’ smorgasboard of natural learning guides include Prairie Life, a 12-week unit study about pioneering life. And, Holly presents two math learning adventures at the beach or park.

Most noteworthy, Holly advises six specific ways to use Mother Nature as the focus for Morning Time plus these other ideas:

  • Copywork & Memorization
  • Observation
  • Read Aloud
  • Family Journal
  • Vacation Ideas
  • Family Vision

Looking for a roadmap for your next learning adventure? Scroll through the RSM library on iTunes to find more than 120 podcast replays.

Homeschool enrollment is on the rise. More and more families are moving into a home on wheels. As a result, the Roadschool Moms record this broadcast to present resources that meet the challenges of today’s roadschooler. 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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How to Have Your Sanest Homeschool Year

A Production of the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network.

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.


Want to read this article as a blog post? READ HERE or SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES or ON STITCHER

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.

Morning Time for Roadschoolers

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Morning Time is the focus for Episode #108 of Roadschool Moms. Mary Beth has been talking about it for weeks. She shares that it is bringing new life into the Road Trip Teacher‘s roadschool. She reveals it has strengthened the connections within her fulltime, RVing family. She gushes about how much her Roadschool 101 crew looks forward to it every day. But, what is Morning Time?

Discover all the benefits, along with Kimberly, as Pam Barnhill reveals the key points of Morning Time and her Morning Basket Routine.

Pam encourages that by adding this intentional family time to your homeschool routine, you can recapture the joy of learning for your whole family. Further, she advises it doesn’t even have to take place in the morning! Making cherished memories becomes the easy part of a homeschool day. And, it works for all ages in your homeschool. What’s in your Morning Basket?

Don’t miss this podcast packed full of tips for designing the best part of your roadschool day.

Looking for a roadmap for your next learning adventure? Scroll through the RSM library on iTunes to find more than 130 podcast replays.

Homeschool enrollment is on the rise. More and more families are moving into a home on wheels. As a result, the Roadschool Moms record this broadcast to present resources that meet the challenges of today’s roadschooler. 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.

Official Sponsor of Roadschool Moms Season 8

Giles Frontier for Roadschoolers

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Listeners will remember the Roadschool Moms trip to the FPEA Homeschool Convention in Orlando, Florida. The traveling duo met up with Holly Giles from The Giles Frontier. Mary Beth and Kimberly’s favorite discovery from the weekend reveals the addition of Blaze New Trails to both of their roadschool plans.

Episode #98 features Holly, the creator of this groundbreaking K-8 family guide. The nature study seamlessly weaves together science, literature, and history.

In the broadcast, she speaks of simplifying your children’s day through nature’s classroom. Her insight shows homeschool moms the way to preserve the instinct for play and curiosity. Her methods build life skills and family relationships. Roadschool Moms agree that Holly Giles will lead a Learning Lifestyle Revival for all ages.

Holly also talks about other fabulous finds from her organic products including The County Fair and Prairie Life, a hands-on unit study using Little House in the Big Woods. She even has a concept for using math as a learning adventure in the Great Outdoors. On another Roadschool Moms favorite episode, find ideas to use these natural learning adventures for Morning Time plans. Watch the Road Trip Teacher crew for a kid’s perspective on these resources.

Looking for a roadmap for your next learning adventure? Scroll through the RSM library on iTunes to find more than 120 podcast replays for roadschool resources and families on the road.

Homeschool enrollment is on the rise. More and more families are moving into a home on wheels. As a result, the Roadschool Moms record this broadcast to present resources that meet the challenges of today’s roadschooler. 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.

Official Sponsor of Roadschool Moms Season 8

 

 

Homeschool Haters: How to Handle Them

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How to Handle Homeschool Haters The Homeschool Sanity Show Podcast

When I asked my Facebook page fans if they received flack when they started homeschooling, I was surprised by the response. Join the conversation at Homeschool Sanity on Facebook.

Teaching Tip of the Week

Your Morning Basket by Pam Barnhill
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Organized Homeschool Challenge of the Week

The Organized Kitchen Challenge. The link includes the Menu printable you can use to create your own snack shack.

Links

HSLDA

How to Deal With the Social Worker at Your Door

Naysayers & Negative Nellies

Periscope Viewers

@Krystineg

Jess @jess42508 of The Dailys with Jess

@Janamomof3

Brandy @ourthriftyhome of Our ThriftyHome

Action Steps

  1. See haters as future advocates
  2. Know why you’re homeschooling
  3. Protect yourself

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