What’s a Good Way to Handle Conflicts in a Homeschool Group?

Conflict, hurt feeling, gossip, even bullying. Does it happen in your homeschool group Probably! What can you do about it? Click to find out! #homeschool #co-opConflict, hurt feeling, gossip, even bullying. Does it happen in your homeschool group Probably!

What can you do about it?

In today’s podcast Carol Topp interviews homeschool leader Anjoli Gallo. Anjoli runs a group in southern Florida and she shares insight into dealing with conflict.  But she also shares some great tips on how she manages her time so leading a group doesn’t take over her life.

In this episode of the HomeschoolCPA podcast, Carol Topp and Anjoli discuss:

  • Challenges she faced as a new leader
  • What to do when members blame you!
  • Merging two groups together
  • How she limits the time she works on group stuff
  • Dealing with conflict (get them alone to talk about it)
  • Why being a leader is like being a school principal
  • Remember: you don’t know what is going on in peoples’ lives

My favorite quote from Anjoli in this episode is “Don’t call them out in front of everybody, you just speak to them privately… they will appreciate you not embarrassing them.”

In the podcast, Carol mentioned the I Am a Homeschool Group Leader Facebook Group. It is a closed group (meaning you have to request to join) of 530 homeschool leaders from across the USA. You can join us here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/72534255742/

 

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Living Books and Lifeschooling – Michelle Miller Howard

Living books and lifeschoolingToday we are talking to Michelle Miller Howard, author of TruthQuest History.

For over 20 years, Michelle has been a librarian, home-education consultant, author, columnist, and speaker, specializing in top-quality living books, educational vision, and history instruction.  It began in 1985, when she pioneered, funded, and acquired a library of such rare children’s literature, which has been thriving ever since; her Children’s Preservation Library (in Michigan) now houses over 20,000 valuable volumes, serving patrons in several counties.  A second library, Living Learning Libraries, is underway in Florida, with plans for additional libraries, and thousands more rare books already acquired.

Michelle is considered a national leader/expert on living books libraries and literature, and helps others around the nation found and operate such libraries as well. She has also developed a massive database on specialized youth literature.  She is a regular contributing columnist to various national magazines and educational websites, as well as a sought-after speaker and consultant.

Michelle wrote the multiple award-winning TruthQuest History curriculum, which steers families through American and world history with deep, engaging, spiritually-probing commentary, and which embeds her vast knowledge of topic-specific living book recommendations throughout.

Here is what I asked Michelle on this episode:

  • So, you and I have never met personally, but we’ve interacted online as part of Rhea Perry’s Educating for Success group. I love all the books you recommend and you have so much knowledge in this area! Have you always loved books? Tell us why good books are so foundational to education.
  • What are some of your favorite books and how did you incorporate them into your homeschooling?
  • Tell us more about your homeschooling journey and how did you come to write TruthQuest History?
  • Is there anything in particular that helped shape your educational philosophy?
  • The definition of lifeschooling is “the individualized process of discovering your child’s God-given gifts and talents primarily through real life experiences that happen within the context of your family’s unique situations and missions.” Is there a part of that definition that particularly speaks to you and share with us a bit more about how your family lifeschooled?
  • How did homeschooling strengthen your relationships with your children?
  • How did you fit homeschooling with your family’s unique situation and responsibilities?
  • Was your family ever tempted to quit homeschooling and how did you navigate through that time?
  • What are some of the gifts that you saw in your children and how did you tailor their education around the development of those gifts?

And that’s Life as a Lifeschooler! Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so you don’t miss an episode. Hope you’ll join us next time!

Remedy Review – Benzoicum Acidum for Kidney Problems

Benozicum Acidum for Kidney Problems - Homeopathy for Mommies with Sue Meyer ND CCH #homeopathy #kidneyToday we’re going to talk about an amazing remedy called benzoicum acidum. It is in the Homeopathy for Mommies book and it’s a remedy that anyone who has ever had Achilles Tendon heal pain and they don’t know why. You’re not going to think you need this remedy until you start having a lot of stress in your life or your urine habits change. This remedy has a huge effect upon the kidneys and their function.

So think of benzoic acid whenever there’s, there’s kidney or bladder problems. It is amazing for kidney disorders and like Sue has said in previous podcasts, all emotion runs through the kidney meridian. Just one or two doses will straighten things out very quickly. And another thing is the achilles pain and reflexology. We recognize the body’s map system, the achilles tendon, a huge indicative point of upcoming kidney disease or kidney weakness.  And of course it is used for Kidney Stones as well.

“Benzoicum Acidum: “Strong Smelling Urine”
(Benzoic Acid)(Anti-Sycotic-Uric Acid Diathesis)
This remedy has a strong affinity for the Kidneys and their function. Uric Acid Diathesis. Gouty and Asthmatic:
*Suits Well: Gouty and
Rheumatic constitutions.
Bladder/ Kidneys/ Urinary: Bedwetting with strong, dark urine. Dribbling Urine especially of Old Men with Enlarged Prostate. When kidney’s are the cause of:
Achilles pain. (In reflexolgy, we recognize the body’s map system. Hence, Achilles pain is often a first sign of Kidney weakness/disease.)”

 

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In each audio remedies are recommended. We are not claiming that the product will cure any of these problems or disorders. We are merely reporting that people have used the product to aid these conditions.

 


Special Thanks to our Network Sponsor, Kiwi Crate!

 

We’d like to thank our Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network sponsor, Kiwi Crate!

KiwiCo has monthly subscriptions of hands-on projects that make learning fun! Their core offering is projects that make learning about STEAM — science, technology, engineering, art, and math — accessible and are designed to spark creativity, tinkering, and learning. Some recent favorite crates are the Slime Lab, Physics Carnival, and Paper Circuits.

Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network is excited to be able to offer you the chance to try them for FREE. To learn more about their projects for kids ages 2 to 16 AND to redeem this exclusive offer, click here to get your first month free today (just pay $4.95 for shipping)


Back to School Replay: Extracurricular Overkill

Extracurricular Overkill - How to filter extracurricular activities into your homeschool with Homeschooling IRLOn this week’s special back to school replay with Fletch and Kendra, they talk about Extracurricular Overkill.  When is enough too much? On this episode of HomeschoolingIRL, Fletch and Kendra answer a letter from a listener who is wondering how to filter extracurricular activities into your homeschool. When should you say yes? When should you say no?

We invite good friends Nate and Ali Miller into the studio to talk through the topic of extracurricular overkill. Listen in as we discuss how they made the decision to pull back from gymnastics, swimming, baseball, and choir in their family of three pre-teens. We hope you are encouraged by this discussion of choosing extracurricular activities in your homeschool family.


SHOW NOTES:

Recommended Resources:

Joann Kraft – Just Too Busy
Betty The Surf Dog Twitter Feed – Home of Betty the Surf Dog
Fletch Twitter
Kendra Twitter

Previous Episodes Mentioned:

Music clips used on this episode:
Breathe In Breathe Out Move On – Buy it on iTunes Here

 

 


Special Thanks to our Network Sponsor, Kiwi Crate!

 

We’d like to thank our Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network sponsor, Kiwi Crate!

KiwiCo has monthly subscriptions of hands-on projects that make learning fun! Their core offering is projects that make learning about STEAM — science, technology, engineering, art, and math — accessible and are designed to spark creativity, tinkering, and learning. Some recent favorite crates are the Slime Lab, Physics Carnival, and Paper Circuits.

Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network is excited to be able to offer you the chance to try them for FREE. To learn more about their projects for kids ages 2 to 16 AND to redeem this exclusive offer, click here to get your first month free today (just pay $4.95 for shipping)


HSHSP Ep 128: Scheduling Homeschool When the Holidays Are Coming

This week on HSHSP Ep 128: Scheduling  Homeschool When the Holidays Are Coming!

HSHSP Ep 128: Scheduling Homeschool When the Holidays Are Coming #HomeschoolPlanning #HomeschoolAndHolidays #HomeschoolingDuringHolidays #MidYearAdjustments #HomeschoolHighSchool #HomeschoolHighSchoolPodcast This photo shows a planner, glasses, cup of hot chocolate, walnuts and Christmas lights that someone is using to plan the homeschool holiday projects.

HSHSP Ep 128: Scheduling Homeschool When the Holidays Are Coming

We know you’d rather not think about it (if you’re like us) but the holidays are coming. SOOOO why not get a jump on things and do some great planning and scheduling ahead of time. Can you imagine a peaceful, meaningful holidays season with homeschooling included?

Of course, there’s not ONE right way to handle homeschooling and holidays.

For many families, the holiday season is the first emotional checkpoint of the year. Because it’s not only a celebration season, its nearing the halfway point in many homeschools. It’s natural to informally or formally checkin on the homeschool progress.

Here are some gentle checkpoints:

  • Be kind and don’t look for only bad news
  • How’s the booklist?
  • Where are we on the syllabi of core courses?
  • Are there electives we are going to need to drop or postpone till next semester, the summer or next year?

Remember: You don’t actually HAVE to do everything you planned on last August!

As Kym always says: Pray, do something, pray, do something, pray!

If there are some things your family is behind on, what is causing the *behindness*?

  • Was there a hurricane?
  • Did someone get sick?
  • Did you end up with some unexpected events?

Here’s an episode to help you with unexpected events.

How to bounce back:

  • Pick a catch up time by doing a marathon session on a behind subject.
  • Pick a catch up time by adding a little time to the end of each day.
  • Pick a week to catch up instead of break or add it to the end of the school year.
  • Bring in a tutor.

Remember: Everyone is different, adjust your bounce back to student’s abilities. Be realistic, don’t expect more than can happen and everyone remain sane.

Remember: Reward your kids and yourself for small or large goals met in catch up.

Now, thinking about the holidays. What do you need to consider?

  • What is it your family needs this year? Big holiday, small holiday?
  • What level of scheduling and routine does your family need?
  • How much warning about change does your family need?
  • Do you want to do some special educational projects for the holidays, like 7Sisters’ Holiday Family Narrative writing project.
Holiday Family Narrative Writing Project 7SistersHomeschool.com #HighSchoolWriting #HolidayWritingProject #7SistersHomeschool

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Remember: Communicate expectations and get input from all your family members (that is, if you are willing and able to include their ideas).

Join Sabrina and Kym for a honest discussion of the ups and downs wisely planning for the holidays. You’ll also enjoy this posts.


Special Thanks to our Network Sponsor, Kiwi Crate!

 

We’d like to thank our Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network sponsor, Kiwi Crate!

KiwiCo has monthly subscriptions of hands-on projects that make learning fun! Their core offering is projects that make learning about STEAM — science, technology, engineering, art, and math — accessible and are designed to spark creativity, tinkering, and learning. Some recent favorite crates are the Slime Lab, Physics Carnival, and Paper Circuits.

Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network is excited to be able to offer you the chance to try them for FREE. To learn more about their projects for kids ages 2 to 16 AND to redeem this exclusive offer, click here to get your first month free today (just pay $4.95 for shipping)


Homeschool High School Mid-Year Checkup

HSHSP Ep 128: Scheduling Homeschool When the Holidays Are Coming

How To Pray Powerfully Over Your Homeschool

Hey homeschoolers!

If you listened to last week’s podcast about getting things done in your homeschool, you’ll understand my focus on prayer this week. I recommend you listen to it first.

We tend to think of homeschooling as something we do that requires God’s blessing, when the truth is we cannot do it without Him. This week I will share a powerful prayer for you to pray over your homeschool. I believe prayer can change us and our homeschools when nothing else can because God responds to our prayers.

We’ll start talking about prayer in a moment, but first I would love to have you join us in the homeschool sanity Facebook group. We have interesting discussions every day. It’s the perfect place for us to share our prayer requests as well. Look for the daily prayer graphic and we can be praying for one another and celebrating God’s answers to prayer.

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Thank you to this week’s sponsor, KiwiCo, the maker of Kiwi learning crates for kids. Try it for free! Just pay shipping.


Special Thanks to our Network Sponsor, Kiwi Crate!

 

We’d like to thank our Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network sponsor, Kiwi Crate!

KiwiCo has monthly subscriptions of hands-on projects that make learning fun! Their core offering is projects that make learning about STEAM — science, technology, engineering, art, and math — accessible and are designed to spark creativity, tinkering, and learning. Some recent favorite crates are the Slime Lab, Physics Carnival, and Paper Circuits.

Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network is excited to be able to offer you the chance to try them for FREE. To learn more about their projects for kids ages 2 to 16 AND to redeem this exclusive offer, click here to get your first month free today (just pay $4.95 for shipping)


Prayer Podcast Resources

Read the blog post

Listen to Get Things Done

Listen to Proverbs 31 Woman Part 1

Listen to Proverbs 31 Woman Part 2

What part of the Lord’s Prayer means the most to you now? Comment and let me know.

God bless your homeschool week!

Throw a Party to Learn History

Finish Well Radio, Podcast #73, Throw a Party to Learn History with Meredith CurtisIn “Throw a Party to Learn History,” episode #073, Meredith Curtis shares with teens and their parents a fun way to learn history while enjoying life and making friends. We look for any excuse to throw a party in our house. Studying history? Let’s celebrate with fun and festivities. Meredith explains how much learning goes on in the process of planning a party and how to keep things as simple as possible. Join us and learn to enjoy history the fun way!

 

 

 

 

 


Teach History the Fun Way with books by Powerline Productions, Inc., Finish Well Radio, Podcast #049Powerline Productions, Inc.

Being World Changers, Raising World Changers!

We offer books and ebooks to help you homeschool to the Glory of God!

 

 

 

 

 


Show Notes

I love history!

I even pick up history textbooks and read them for fun. There! I admitted it!

How about you? Do you love history?

However, not every teen is born loving history. So, I have looked for ways to bring history alive. We read historical fiction, make timelines, look at maps, watch movies, make crafts, time travel in the kitchen,  create radio dramas, and write poetry.

We also throw parties to study history!

Yes, we do!

We have had medieval banquets, archaeology digs, luaus, 1950s sock hops, Victorian teas, and Ancient Greek Olympics.

Is that a lot of work you ask.

Well, yes and no. We love parties, so I am motivated if it means people I like, good food, and lots of wholesome fun! My kids love parties, too.

How We Learn History by Planning a Party

We have to research history to create an authentic experience. We dig deeper than normal to find out what they wore, what they ate, exactly what they did, where they did it, and why they did it.

When we planned our Ancient Greek Olympics, we learned that the games were a form of worship to their idol/gods. They opened each day by committing everything to one or more of the idol/gods or idol/goddesses. We decided to open our ceremonies in prayer and commit the whole event to Jesus. Then we learned about all the events and how they competed. In the process, we learned about Greek city-states and their relationships with one another. We discovered some funny stories along the way.

The same thing happed when we planned our medieval banquet. We learned all about nobility and the different titles to discover who would sit “above the salt.” We also learned about knights, jousting, and tournaments, even though we ended up using pool noodles for our own jousting tournament.

History Party Ideas 

Ancient Times: Archaeology Dig, Ancient Greek Olympics, Passover Feast,

Middle Ages: Medieval Banquet,  Morality Play & Pageant

Modern Times: Luau, Victorian Tea, Sock Hop (1850s), Square Dance (wild west), Come as Your Favorite Decade Party (20th Century), Miniature Golf Tournament (1920s), Disco Dance (1970s), English Country Dance (1700s)

How to Plan a History Party

  • Plan the time and day
  • Choose location (keep in mind how many people will be coming and the weather if it’s outside)
  • Plan Outfits (it’s always fun to dress up)
  • Plan Decorations
  • Plan Activities
  • Create a Flexible Timetable
  • Plan the Menu
  • Put one person in charge of the flow of the event

Making It Work

Delegate where you can

  • Put one person in charge of the flow of the event
  • Put one person in charge of set up/decorating
  • Put one person in charge of tear down/clean up
  • Put one person in charge of the menu/sign-up

Have everyone pitch in

  • Borrow decorations (we gather everyone’s wooden salad bowls for our medieval banquet)
  • Let everyone who come bring food
  • If everyone helps set up and clean up, it will go much quicker

Remember that we all have an imagination. I created a huge meatloaf because we couldn’t afford to roast a whole pig. Even though the meatloaf looked like Alf (an old TV character), I told everyone to imagine it was a roasted pig. We still laugh about the Alf meatloaf today.

Resources for History Parties Ideas & Recipes  

Quick & EZ Unit Study Fun by Meredith CurtisLet's Have Our Own Archaeological Dig by Meredith Curtis at Powerline Productions, Inc.Let's Have Our Own Medieval Banquet by Meredith CurtisLet's Have Our Own Olympic Games by Meredith Curtis

Travel God's World Cookbook by Meredith CurtisAncient History Cookbook by Meredith CurtisAmerican History Cookbook by Meredith Curtis


Special Thanks to our Network Sponsor, Kiwi Crate!

 

We’d like to thank our Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network sponsor, Kiwi Crate!

KiwiCo has monthly subscriptions of hands-on projects that make learning fun! Their core offering is projects that make learning about STEAM — science, technology, engineering, art, and math — accessible and are designed to spark creativity, tinkering, and learning. Some recent favorite crates are the Slime Lab, Physics Carnival, and Paper Circuits.

Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network is excited to be able to offer you the chance to try them for FREE. To learn more about their projects for kids ages 2 to 16 AND to redeem this exclusive offer, click here to get your first month free today (just pay $4.95 for shipping)


Life as a Lifeschooler

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Learn to Merge Life with Homeschooling

 

Are you one of the many parents who is so worried about possible “holes” in your children’s education that you busy yourself with academics to the point of burnout?

Have you lost the enjoyment of everyday family life because of the mistaken idea that learning must take place strictly through curricula and academic pursuits?

Do your children lack the time to pursue the things they love because “doing school” is more important?

One of the secrets of education is that it is happening everywhere, in everyday life, often without our awareness.

So just what exactly is Lifeschooling? In a word, it is about freedom. But here is a more complete definition:

“Lifeschooling is the individualized process of discovering your child’s God-given gifts and talents through real life experiences that happen within the context of your family’s unique situations and missions.”

On the Life as a Lifeschooler podcast, Danielle Papageorgiou will seek to explore this definition in all its aspects, and to bring exposure to the educational value of the simple things we do every day with our children. In this podcast, she will interview other lifeschoolers, as well as popular homeschool leaders to discuss the idea of lifeschooling and what it looks like in various family situations. Some of her favorite guests are the “homeschool pioneers” who educated their children quite differently than according to the traditional model…wisdom that has been largely forgotten in today’s homeschool culture.

Danielle has been homeschooling, or “lifeschooling,” for 14 years and started the biennial Lifeschooling Conference in 2016. She has a passion for helping other homeschoolers learn how to homeschool in a way that does not compete with family life, but actually enhances it and draws out each child’s unique gifts.

Her desire is to see more families set free from the world’s expectations of what education is and to discover that God has made each family unique and has also placed in each of their children special gifts and desires that He wants to use. The verse that guides the Papageorgious in their pursuit of lifeschooling is Matthew 6:33, “But seek FIRST the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and ALL these things will be added to you.” (Emphasis mine).

Won’t you come join us as we return to the “ancient paths” (Jer. 6:16) of education and explore this idea of “lifeschooling” together? Experience the freedom to live life as a lifeschooler!

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Connect with us!

  1. On Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/LifeschoolingConference/ (page) https://www.facebook.com/groups/lifeschooling/ (group)
  2. On Instagram (see lifeschooling in action!) – https://www.instagram.com/lifeschooling_family/
  3. Through e-mail – Danielle loves hearing from you! Contact her at info at lifeschoolingconference.com.

Want more help and inspiration? Attend the Lifeschooling Conference! Find out more here.

 

Put Me in Coach – An Interview with Mary Aldrich!

I had the privilege of being introduced to Mary Aldrich at a homeschool convention this past summer. When I heard about Mary’s coaching business, I knew I wanted to hear more. I figured if this was something I was interested in learning about, there was a good chance that you all would want to get to know Mary, as well. In this episode, Mary shares her journey of homeschooling seven children (at one point she had sever under the age of ten- OH MY) and how desperation caused her to seek help for her family. Listen now! #podcast #moms #coaching #homeschoolI had the privilege of being introduced to Mary Aldrich at a homeschool convention this past summer. When I heard about Mary’s coaching business, I knew I wanted to hear more. I figured if this was something I was interested in learning about, there was a good chance that you all would want to get to know Mary, as well. In this episode, Mary shares her journey of homeschooling seven children (at one point she had sever under the age of ten- OH MY) and how desperation caused her to seek help for her family. It was refreshing to hear Mary’s vulnerability and honesty in raising so many littles at one time. I promise that most, if not all, of you will be able to relate to Mary’s story.

Mary Aldrich is an energetic mom of seven amazing children and wife to the love of her life, Brandon. Together, they are committed to helping others love God, love others and enjoy the process of both.

Mary’s passion is to help families who are longing for real joy, deeper relationships, and less overwhelm in their everyday life through coaching people through their conflicts. She is a laser focused, loving encourager for you, if you are ready to find joy, abundance, freedom and peace in your life. She is the founder of Relationship Renovations and an inspirational speaker and retreat leader.

Aside from relationship coaching, homeschooling, and church ministry, Mary enjoys a variety of hobbies including reading, swimming, healthy living, essential oils, and learning alongside her high school sons.

Find her on Facebook at Mary Aldrich, Mary Aldrich Coaching, and “Organizing and Encouraging Parents.”

(taken from maryaldrichcoaching.com)

Say YES and have a great week!!!

Thanks for listening. If you have topics you would like for me to discuss or people you would like to hear from, let me know. Just email me at kathy@thehomegrownpreschooler.com or shoot me a message on social media.

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The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

 

I had the privilege of being introduced to Mary Aldrich at a homeschool convention this past summer. When I heard about Mary’s coaching business, I knew I wanted to hear more. I figured if this was something I was interested in learning about, there was a good chance that you all would want to get to know Mary, as well. In this episode, Mary shares her journey of homeschooling seven children (at one point she had sever under the age of ten- OH MY) and how desperation caused her to seek help for her family. Listen now! #podcast #moms #coaching #homeschool

 

Our Morning Time Basket

Morning Time Basket

Morning Time Basket|Our Morning Routine

Our Morning Time Basket

Podcast #57

We look at using a morning time basket in our homeschool routine. What is a morning time basket? How is it used and why?

We have lots of morning time pins on our Pinterest board here

 

Books we mentioned on our show:

Piecing Together The High School Puzzle by Joanne Mastronicola

Celebrate High School: Finish with Excellence by Cheryl Bastian

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