Restfully Classical with Amy Sloan

Amy Sloan and her husband pursue a restfully-classical education by grace alone! Amy hosts the “Homeschool Conversations” podcast.“Restful Classical” Homeschooling with Amy Sloan of Humility & Doxology

Amy Sloan and her husband are both 2nd generation homeschoolers who are homeschooling their five kids, ages 6-16. They pursue a restfully-classical education by grace alone! Amy  If you hang out with Amy for any length of time you’ll quickly learn that she loves overflowing book stacks, giant mugs of coffee, beautiful memory work, and silly memes. At any moment she could break into song and dance from Hamilton, 90s country music, or Shakespeare. Amy writes at HumilityandDoxology.com and hosts the “Homeschool Conversations” podcast.

Classical: We are raising a human with the goal towards raising virtuous men and women who are humble and love their neighbor well.

Restful: We can’t do all the things perfectly

  1. Resting the work of Christ
  2. Focus on Beautiful ideas and Relationships

Amy’s tips for Families that are just starting out with Homeschooling

  • Leave whitespace in your schedule
  • Develop habits of self discipline
    • Momma
    • Kids
  • Choose one thing to do all together each day- daily gathering of Memory Work

John Holt The Way Children Learn, et al

Growing Without Schooling Magazine

For the Children’s Sake by Susan Schaeffer MacCaully

What is Classical Education?

Classical Memory taught by History Cycles

 

You can find Amy on

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/HumilityAndDoxology/

Instagram https://www.instagram.com/humilityanddoxology/

YouTube https://www.youtube.com/humilityanddoxology

Check out her Year of Memory Work (52 weeks of free printables and videos):

Textbook-Free History Masterclass: https://humilityanddoxology.com/product/textbook-free-history-masterclass/

Free planning Ebook:

Typical Course of Study for Highschool

One of the big concerns about homeschooling high school is determining what to study.One of the big concerns about homeschooling high school is determining what to study.

Let’s start by looking at a typical high school course of study as a four-year program beginning with the Core Four:

From there you’ll want to add:

Foreign LanguageFrench, German, Spanish, Hebrew, Chinese, Latin

Physical Education – such as Dance

Music – a general overview of music, including Music Theory, Voice, or Songwriting

Art/Humanities – a general understanding of Form and Color, Photography,

Bible/Apologetics Studies – should include a general overview of the Old Testament and New Testament, Church History, and Apologetics.

Basic Computer Information Systems – Powerpoint, Video Editing, Internet Safety, and Accountability.

Health

Vocational & Career Interests including Entrepreneurship – sucha Vocational and Career Options as Life Skills and Personal Finance.

 

Typical Course of Study electives can vary and be wildly diverse.

Robust Reading List

Community Service– 15 hours a year or more a year.

internet safety

 

Testing Options and More:

ACT Test Prep can save you thousands of dollars in Scholarship earned

National Latin Exam looks great on a transcript

National German Exam can too, and give you travel opportunities

Performance Series is a great assessment tool.

Survive Homeschooling High School is a comprehensive eBook that will walk you through how to plan and prepare for high school and beyond.

Advising- we offer Academic Advising, SPED Advising for nontraditional learners, and NCAA Advising for those looking to compete for an NCAA position.

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Music as a Life Skill

Music teaches our kids so many life skills that are transferable to all other aspects of their lives, you definitely want to make time for it. And if you’re not sure how, we have some great ideas for you!I’m joined on the podcast today by Melissa Grande who is a professional musician, Wild and Free leader and True North Homeschool Academy Teacher! Today we are going to be talking about Music is an important life skill. It’s easy to get overwhelmed with core academics and feel like Music is just something to add onto the end.

But really, Music teaches our kids so many life skills that are transferable to all other aspects of their lives, you definitely want to make time for it. And if you’re not sure how, we have some great ideas for you!

Melissa shares the following Benefits of Music in our ilves which include so many soft skills!

  1. Stress Management & Therapeutic Benefits- Music calms the soul, gives kids the ability to express emotions and work off the wiggles! It also utilizes many neural pathways!
  2. Quick Thinking Skills
  3. Social Skills such as  Collaboration & Communication
  4. Responsibility and Discipline -students learn to take care of their instrument and focus on practicing, getting better.
  5. Problem Solving
  6.  Time Management & Deadlines
  7. Pride in Accomplishments & Do Hard Things
  8. Perseverance/Patience -excellence comes with good practice.
  9. Creative Expression
  10.  Self Expression

 

Blog Post: Latin, Math and Music: Universal Languages

Musicians Referenced: Carmen, Sandy Patty, Keith Green, Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith,

TNHA Classes to get your Musical and Creative Energies flowing!

Melissa Grande also teaches

 

MY INSTAGRAM: mrs_grandes_class

True North Homeschool Academy’s IG account

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How to Integrate Classical with Delight Directed Education

In this episode Tamara Pool is sharing with us how to integrate the time test educational method of classical education with delight directed learningHow to Integrate Classical with Delight Directed Education

In this episode Tamara Pool is sharing with us how to integrate the time test educational method of classical education with delight directed learning:

Understand the Classical Method

  1. Questions are welcome- teaches students to questions appropriately and to questions with humility.
  2. Simple, day by day instructional practice
  3. Integrated steps
  4. Attend-focus-study
  5. Help them discover how they learn
  6. Teaches kids to to approach education without fear- with humility and wonder
  7. Theology is the Queen of all learning

Delight Directed

  1. Parent is the barometer in the room
  2. Be mindful of what I delight in
  3. Show that the act of learning is delightful and that there is  wide spectrum of learning available to students

Favorite Classical Tools:

  • Integrated, wholistic approach to learning
  • Training the brain to action- pacing- retention
  • It is a wonderful psychology of learning

IT’s o.k. To try new things and it’s ok to quit. We get too busy focusing on being the expert.

Delight Directed learning

Family creates vision/dream boards- from these, create SMART goals

6 weeks on academics/ 1 week on delight directed/ plan/ menus, etc

Luke 2:52 “And Jesus kept increasing in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and men.” An investigation into the meaning of the words used in the original text establishes a standard for judging historical interpretations of the passage.

Colossians 3:23 Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters.

True North Homeschool Academy Resources

Blog Post What is a Classical Christian Education?

Classes: Classical Memory

Delight Directed Clubs and Mom’s Membership

Podcast: Getting Started with Classical Education

Clases taught by Tamara Pool

 

 

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How to Have FUN in your Homeschool With Mary Hannah Wilson

Laugher really is the best medicine, and honestly an important life skill to teach our kids.How to Have FUN in your Homeschool
With Mary Hannah Wilson

I first was introduced to Mary Willson through IG Reels. Her Reels are so much fun and encouraging to Homeschoolers! Mary has been a homeschooling Mom for over a decade and loves to provide helpful information to fellow homechoolers, particularly families with homeschooling teens.

So, I reached out to Mary to see if she’d be willing to talk with me about fun and laughing as we homeschool. Laugher really is the best medicine, and honestly an important life skill to teach our kids.

Mary confessed that as an Ennegram 7, Fun comes very naturally to her. For instance, when her oldest hit Jr High, she didn’t want to do Literature studies so much anymore. So, Mary got together with some fellow homeschoolers and planned a once a month book party. The first book they studied was the Hunger Games, so she dressed up as Effie, they had themed food and decorations and many years later the book studies are still going strong! In fact, Mary still leads book clubs online!

Mary’s best tips for those of us who have to work at having fun!

  1. Plan for fun: it doesn’t have to be spontaneous. Give yourself permission and time to have fun.
  2. Make it a priority. Fun is so important for family bonding, mental and physical health.
  3. What does YOUR family do for fun- what do your kids enjoy for fun? Play games, go shooting- Fun can be very broadly defined.
  4. EVeryting doesn’t have to be fun. Reserve your enjoy and pour into 1-2 evetns/ activities, like Mary did with the themed Book Clubs
  5. Fun is an attitude. Enjoy life, make jokes, have FUN.

Find Mary Hanna Wilson

Website – she has many themed Book clubs for sale -all planned out and ready for a party!

Instagram– check out her Reels!

Facebook Page

Why a Morning Basket

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

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The Wonder of Foreign Language

Learning a foreign language is a valuable life skill!The Wonder of Foreign Language

Learning a foreign language is a valuable life skill! Today, I’m joined by French teacher, Rachel Margaillon. Rachel met her Italian husband in the Eukraine and the language they had in common was English! They are now homeschooling three polyglots who speak, read and write, French, English and Italian, wth hopes to learn Spanish next!

Rachel loves teaching languages and explains how our brains are made for learning a foreign language!

To learn a foreign language well.

  1. Students need to tell themselves, “I can do it!”
  2. Take time to listen and read the language that you are learning.
  3. Introduce your kids to people who speak the language that they are learning and who speak multiple languages.

Meet Rachel Margaillon -FB live interview

Rachel Margaillon Teacher profile

Learn French with Rachel Margaillon

French A

French I

Learn French with Playdoh – Student Club this fall!

We are thrilled to offer six FOREIGN LANGUAGES:

  • K-12th grade Spanish
  • K-12th grade Chinese
  • 3rd-12th grade Latin
  • 7th -12th grade Hebrew
  • 7th-12th grade German

Blog Posts on Foreign Language Study:

Let’s Talk with Sra Harkey! FB Interview with Emily Harkey

Foreign Language Exploration for 6th Graders and Up!  FB Interview with Dana Hanley

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How to Heal from Bullying

Today we are talking with Candice Duggar, the mastermind behind Bullied, Broken, Redeemed.How to Heal from Bullying

Today we are talking with Candice Duggar, the mastermind behind Bullied, Broken, Redeemed. Teaching our kids how to navigate the online world, keeping themselves emotionally and physically safe is going to be a necessary life skill, as the online world is going to continue to expand and grow; many of our kids may find themselves working in the online space.

Candice share the journey of bullying in their own family and how that changed the course of her family and life- from working with Fortune 100 Companies to Homeschooling Momma and the creator of Bullied, Broken, Redeemed.

“There is no safe. There is only safer.” Candace Duggar

The program builds in Executive Functioning and Soft Skills and Non-Verbal Communication Skills

Of kids who will be bullied, 90% don’t tell their parents and 70% don’t tell anyone.

Most bullying takes place after 10 p.m. at night. Parents, collect your kid’s cell phones at night, turn off the Wi-Fi.

Give kids a “safe” word and develop a family policy about how to help your kids out of unsafe circumstances.

Begin talking to your kids sooner than later about safety on-line and cyberbullying. Kids as young as 2-5 years old are playing online games, which means kids are getting bullied at younger and younger ages.

We are meant to be in community, but we are not meant to be in a community of a millon people! The online world encourages shallowness; as Chrsitians we want our kids to grow in wisdom and discernment. This will take intentionality as parents!

Candice has created a fantastic program that addresses these issues and more and we are going to be offering this class through True North Homeschool Academy: Digital Leadership.

This course should be a must- have on your list for students 7th grade and up.

This program focuses on the 3 S Plan:

  1. Safety First
  2. Structure a Day- Rhythm
  3. Support

In addition, it will allow students to asses if they participate in bullying behaviors. Bullies exhibit the following ARP Behavior:

  1. Aggressive
  2. Repeated Threat
  3. Power Imbalance

To help your student know how to protect themselves from online bullying and to actually learn online leadership behavior, check out True North Homeschool Academy’s Leadership for a Digital Age! Designed to give your kids the tools they need to succeed!

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Tools for Struggling Learners Part 2

Tools for Struggling Learners Part 2

Tools for Struggling Learners Part 2

Tols for Struggling Learners  Part 2 picks up where we left off with author and SPED Advocate, Cindy LaJoy. You might remember Cindy from a previous episode where we talked about the Soft Skills of Work Ethic. Cindy spent the pandemic busy as ever, learning many new videography skills, working on a graduate degree and co-authoring a book. Along with Natalie Vecchio, Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities

Cindy and her husband have adopted 5 kids, now young adults from Eastern Europe and has a fantastic story of hope for other Moms homeschooling non-traditional learners. Her five kids, some of whom were adopted as older children who did not speak English and were illiterate have over 25 diagnosis between them and yet, as young adults, they have gone on to college, entrepreneurship, owning an award winning business and hiring other developmentally challenged adults. Cindy is also the amazing homeschooling Momma behind Blue Collar Homeschooling and the Facebook page and group, Blue Collar Homeschooling.

Cindy has spent the last decade and a half searching out appropriate curriculum, therapies and realistic opportunities for her non-traditional students, as well as helping them develop realistic life skills that have allowed them to not only manage and cope but thrive and become leaders in their own right.

Cindy and her family make their home in Colorado. If you are in the Montrose, Colorado area, stop by their “Best in the Valley” shop, Buckaroos Slices and Scoops, for great pizza, ice-cream and customer service!

More Tools for Struggling Learners Part 2

FAFSD Hope Podcast Natalie Vecchio

Cindy LaJoy offers these services and classes through True North Homeschool Academy:

Special Needs and Transcripts

Meet Cindy LaJoy!

Don’t forget to listen in to Part 1 of Tools for Struggling Learners with Cindy LaJoy!

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… And the Pursuit of Happiness.

Understanding the Founding Documents of America builds the life skills of good citizenship!

… And the Pursuit of Happiness.

How do you celebrate Independence Day? We enjoy great friends, good food, target practice, and of course fireworks! We also make time- after the food and before the fireworks- to enjoy listening to my husband read outload the Declaration of Indepedence!

What is the difference between the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence?

  • The Constitution is the Rule Book of America
  • The Declaration of Independence is what we as American’s believe!

Take a look at our nation’s past history of Independence Day Celebrations and you’ll see that reading the Declaration of Independence was an important part of American history and that having the Declaration memorized – learned by heart– was also an expectation.

The Declaration of Independence reiterates the point and purpose of civil government: that all men, created equal, have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

 

 

This Independence Day

  1. Read the Declaration of Independence out loud to whomever is gathered with you
  2. Go over it a few times first, to get used to the language and rhythm..
  3. Read the names of the signers of the Declaration and pause for a moment to reflect on the fact that they were willing to forfeit their lives, families and future for the idea of founding a new and Godly nation, where all peoples were able to pursue happiness.
  4. Declare yourselves Americans, dedicated to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness!

Additional Resources

Eudaimonia, also spelled eudaemonia, in Aristotelian ethics, the condition of human flourishing or of living well

Little Town on the Prairie, Chapter 8: Fourth of July Celebration

The Origins of the Pursuits of Happiness by Carlie Conklin

The Pursuit of Happiness in the Founding Era by Carlie Conklin

Celebrate Fourth of July! 

High School Classes offered at True North Homeschool Academy

Check out our Podcast series on Natural Law, which goes into deeper detail on the importance of the ideals American was founded on.

SHOP OUR ANNUAL 4TH OF JULY SALE! 5% off store wide!

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