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Rocking Your World!

How do you do it? How can you get it all done? I could NEVER do that!

No, homeschoolers are not from another planet although I would consider myself part of a special breed. We are specially created by God and we intend to follow Him, His Word, and His Truth. And along the way bring some of you with us.

The Ultimate Homeschool Radio Show is comprised of interviews as well as special episodes from various podcasts we want to highlight!

 

Listen in, get to know them, their hearts, and some wisdom of your own. Find us on your favorite podcast app and give us a star rating!

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Celebrating Easter with Teens and Young Adults

Easter’s hopping around the corner again, and it’s a fantastic time for fun, reflection, and family bonding. But as our little chicks grow into big birds, you might wonder how to keep the Easter magic alive. Fear not! Celebrating Easter with teens and young adults can be just as joyful and meaningful, with a sprinkle […]

Creation Matters

Creation Matters Does Creation Matter? Why does the discussion on how God created the world matter? Did God really create the world in six days and rest on the seventh? Does anyone really care? These questions and many more including teaching tips and great resources are presented in the Creation Science Podcast, my name is […]

The Fruit of the Spirit for Moms

The Fruit of the Spirit for Moms Our pastor recently did a sermon on the Fruit of the Spirit, and it inspired me to start a Bible study inside my private Christian parenting Facebook group.  (By the way, anyone listening who’d like to join that group, I’d love to have you! You can click here to […]

The Ark and the Darkness : Coming to Theaters Soon

Thanks to our sponsor, A Fanthom Presents Film – The Ark and The Darkness – Movie Trailer here: NoahsFlood In theaters March 20-21! Noah’s Flood is preserved in ancient writings from every major culture around the world. Recent discoveries confirm what the Bible has said all along. Sevenfold Films and Genesis Apologetics present: The Ark and […]

Lifeschooling | Love in Homeschooling

On this very special episode of Life as a Lifeschooler, I talk about Love in Homeschooling.  What an honor it is to recognize the work of Felice Gerwitz and 10 years in homeschool podcasting on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network! ➡️Episode Sponsored by the 10th Birthday Celebration Sponsors, CTC Math & More on the Ultimate […]

Helping Our Kids Have Resiliency with Lisa Nehring

Helping Our Kids Have Resiliency “We’re not just raising kids, we’re raising resilient adults. We’re raising spiritual beings.” Join Lisa Nehring on the Ultimate Homeschool Radio Show in celebration of our 10th Birthday Celebration! ➡️Episode Sponsored by the 10th Birthday Celebration Sponsors, CTC Math & More on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network ✔️ out the $350 […]

November Holiday Prep Made Easy with the Free Organize-IT Planner

November is the lead-in to the holidays. However, we’ve got this! Say the word, “November” and breathe…take a breath and breathe it in! Can you feel the excitement? The smell of festivities is in the air! I love this time of year. It is a time to focus on being thankful to God for all […]

Finding Balance with Working from Home and Homeschooling

Finding Balance with Working from Home and Homeschooling Article author: Gina Steffy Join us as we celebrate 10 years of homeschool podcasting on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network. Don’t miss the giveaway. Thank our podcast sponsor: CTC Math. Homeschooling Work-Life Balance In this episode of “Homeschooling Work-Life Balance,” we’re delving into the intricate challenge of […]

Be Thankful + Character Counts Planners

Enter the Birthday Giveaway It’s that time of year when holiday decorations are everywhere you turn. Some make me shudder, and others, well, let’s just say a decorating course or two would be beneficial to those people. I love to decorate my home with silk flowers in the theme of “fall” since I live in […]

Teaching Tips You Can Use in Your Homeschool

Teaching Tips You Can Use In Your Homeschool This blog post sponsored by: Math Mammoth| With Math Mammoth’s clear explanations and mastery-based curriculum, your students will be set up for success in algebra and in real life!   After over thirty years of homeschooling, I have so many teaching tips that really work! And, I love […]

Ultimate List of Read Alouds for Your Homeschool

I wasn’t homeschooled, but I can remember loving library time in elementary school. It wasn’t just the books or the break away from the regular classroom. It was sitting on the big round rug listening to the librarian read aloud. This post sponsored by:Night Zookeeper | Fantastically Fun Learning Night Zookeeper is a children’s brand on a […]

Choose Your Own Adventure Games in Your Homeschool

Choose Your Own Adventure Games: A Fun Way to Learn! Homeschooling is a great way to provide a tailored education for your children, and incorporating board games and card games into your homeschool curriculum is an excellent choice. Choose Your Own Adventure games, along with educational resources, can make learning a lot of fun, whether […]

Embrace October with the Fall Sweep: Your Organize-IT Guide

October is upon us, and it’s the perfect time to embark on a transformative journey towards a more organized and serene home. The Fall Full House Sweep is here to guide you through this process, room by room, helping you create an oasis of calm before the hustle and bustle of the holiday season begins. […]

Why Do YOU Homeschool?

Why Do YOU Homeschool? Why do we Homeschool? Homeschooling, for me, has always been a way of life. I was homeschooled from K through 12th grade and loved the experience. I decided to pursue higher education and graduated in three years with honors. It wasn’t just the opportunities I had but the loving surroundings in […]

5 Ways to Combat a Bad Day

5 Ways to Combat a Bad Day Five ways to combat a bad day? Really? Yes. And I’ve seen my share. There have been several of those in the last few weeks. Either I’m sick, the kids are sick, someone forgot to complete an assignment, dinner time is around the corner, and I forgot to […]

The Joy Of Getting Things Done!

The joy of getting things done! I can see very big changes that have taken place in my life. And it took a very simple commitment on my part and sticking to it! You see, I’m married to a procrastinator who is also a perfectionist. On the other hand, I like to get things done […]

Unlocking the World of Reading: How an Online Reading Program Can Transform Your Homeschool

In the realm of homeschooling, parents play a pivotal role in nurturing their child’s intellectual growth. Among the essential skills they impart, reading holds a prominent place. Developing strong reading abilities is crucial, as it opens doors to knowledge, imagination, and lifelong learning. Today, we’ll explore the benefits of incorporating an online reading program into […]

Nurturing Your Children | A Guide to Homeschooling Success | Free Planner!

Hey there, students and parents! September is here, and it’s that time of year when we get back to school, whether it’s in a classroom or at home. This month, let’s set some goals and aim for greatness in our homeschooling journey. Imagine unlocking your full potential and making learning a fun adventure with your […]

Back to School Checklist for Special Needs Homeschooling

Back to School Checklist for Special Needs Homeschooling Every year, when we began school, it was with joy and a bit of trepidation. At this point, I did not have a checklist for my Special Needs Homeschooling. I didn’t have a. I wondered what surprises the new school year would hold. We began by reviewing […]

Neuroplasticity – Rewiring The Brain

Neuroplasticity – Rewiring The Brain with Dr. Jan Bedell Podcast #19 Neuroplasticity and rewiring the brain? Hmm? Do we really have to use such an unfamiliar word?  Yes, to describe the amazing gift that God has given us we can start with a big word and break it down.  It really is quite simple – […]

Tips and Tools to Organize Your Homeschool for Insanely Easy Planning

Are you a homeschool mom gearing up for a new school year? Or perhaps you’re considering homeschooling for the first time? No matter where you are on your homeschooling journey, one thing’s for certain – staying organized is key to a successful and stress-free experience. Homeschool organization doesn’t have to be hard. In this article, […]

What to Include in your Middle and High School Language Arts Study

LCP Ep 5: What to Include in Your Middle and High School Language Arts Study What do you need to include during the middle school years in Language Arts to make sure your learner is ready to tackle high school work? What kind of Language Arts and English program would colleges be looking for and […]

Exploring Biblical Themes Through Cinema: Teaching the Bible with Movies

  Teaching the Bible with Movies Hey there, homeschoolers! Are you ready to dive into an exciting world where movies meet the Bible? If you love stories and adventures, you’re in for a treat. We’re about to show you how movies can take you on a thrilling ride through the pages of the Bible, helping […]

How Homeschool-Themed Podcasts Empower and Encourage Homeschool Moms

Homeschooling is a beautiful journey filled with ups and downs, challenges, and triumphs. As a homeschool mom, you have taken on the noble responsibility of educating and nurturing your children at home, providing them with a personalized learning experience. However, like any journey, there might be times when you feel overwhelmed or unsure of your […]

Homeschool Do-Overs | Getting Mom Wise + Giveaway

Would it be great to have homeschool do-overs? What’s a homeschool do-over? It’s when you get the opportunity to learn from others and make pivots in your homeschool. The benefit? Besides the wisdom, you can have a homeschool with no regrets. It’s time to get mom wise! Homeschooling is a deeply rewarding experience for both […]

Creating Your Own Unit Study: A Homeschooler’s Guide to Personalized Learning

Homeschooling offers a unique opportunity for parents to tailor their child’s education to suit their individual needs and interests. One effective approach to achieve this is through unit studies. A unit study is an in-depth exploration of a particular topic, encompassing various subjects like history, science, literature, and art. By designing your own unit study, […]

Replay | Creation Matters

Does Creation Matter? Creation matters, yes. Why does the discussion on how God created the world matter? Did God really create the world in six days and rest on the seventh? Does anyone really care? These questions and many more including teaching tips and great resources are presented in the Creation Science Podcast, my name […]

Embracing Math: Why Homeschoolers Shouldn’t Shy Away from Numbers

When it comes to homeschooling, parents have the unique opportunity to tailor their children’s education to their individual needs and interests, including the opportunity to embrace math. While some subjects may come naturally and spark excitement, others can be met with resistance, and math often falls into the latter category for many homeschooling parents. However, […]

Navigating the Digital Battlefield: Staying True to Your Christian Faith in a Hostile Online World

Navigating the Digital Battlefield: Staying True to Your Christian Faith in a Hostile Online World In today’s interconnected world, the internet has become a virtual battleground where ideas clash, opinions collide, and hostility seems to lurk around every corner. As a Christian, it can be challenging to maintain your faith amidst the chaos and negativity. […]

Secrets For Mom (Plus a special gift)

There are secrets for moms you are most likely unaware of, even if you’ve been a mom for years! You are a rock star, even if you never sing on stage! And you are amazing, even if you never tour Europe. You are special because of who you are, not what you do! Secrets For […]

Organize It! Party Planning Printable

Organizing makes everything go better, and this month our focus is on party planning. In my experience, this allows for less stress and a successful event everyone will enjoy in the moment and remember for years to come. How Do You Plan Parties? How do you plan parties? Maybe you are an expert, or perhaps […]

Incredible Meal Planning Tips for Homeschoolers: Have Fun and Save Time with the April Organize It! Planner

Incredible Meal Planning Tips for Homeschoolers: Have Fun and Save Time with the Organize It! Planner for April As a homeschooling parent, you have a lot on your plate – literally and figuratively! In addition to managing your child’s education, you also have to think about meals for the day. With busy days and multiple […]

Can Homeschooling Be Fun and Educational With Games?

Games that Teach Do you have a homeschooler who loves to have fun and learn at the same time? You’re in luck! With an array of entertaining and educational games for your homeschool, you can find something for every learning level and interest. From the classics like Scrabble and Monopoly to the latest apps and […]

Preparing Your Kids To Defend Creation Science

Every day we’re bombarded with scientific data and facts. From climate change to quantum physics, we’re told to just trust the science and believe – no questions asked. But the reality is that interpretation of scientific information is far more nuanced than that and is colored by each person’s worldview and preconceived biases, and yes- […]

How to Teach Science to a Special Needs Child at Home

Raising a special needs child brings its own unique set of challenges, and teaching them at home can seem daunting. However, science doesn’t have to be one of them. With a little creativity, patience, and a few helpful tips, you can successfully make science learning an enjoyable and rewarding experience for both you and your […]

Virtual Field Trips: Turn Web Browsing into a Goal-Oriented Educational Experience

Virtual Field Trips: Turn Web Browsing into a Goal-Oriented Educational Experience! By Felice Gerwitz As a product of the late 70’s college education classes, I learned school should be steeped in “fun,” and the key element in a child’s school experience should be “feel good” and “self-esteem” driven. While the “open classroom” has been a […]

Spark Creativity in Your Child: Write Fiction

Are you ready to help your child transition from being a casual storyteller to a budding author? Are you ready to teach your child to write? When it comes to writing, it’s natural for children to need guidance, and for many writers, the writing process is an intimidating endeavor. However, developing these skills can be […]

The Incredible Joy of Curating Your Own Book Collection

Have you ever sat in a cozy room, surrounded by the comforting presence of thousands of books? If you’re like me, this is the perfect escape from the world outside; and it’s not just a place to relax but also a private haven of learning and exploration. As a book collector, I know how rewarding […]

January Organize It Freebie

It’s January, and for many of us that means new resolutions. What if this year, instead of a resolution, you join us for the themed printables we offer for our subscribers? The printables offer you tangible support and accountability to prioritize the things that matter and get done the things that must be done. Imagine […]

Don’t Wanna Obey?

Don’t Wanna Obey? One story from the bible that I go to often is Jonah. You can learn alot about obedience and forgiveness from Jonah. Many people don’t wanna obey, and they focus on the part of the story where Jonah spends time in the belly of the big fish. My favorite part comes after […]

Educate – FREEDOM Tools Part 2

In the previous episode, we began talking about my FREEDOM toolbox–7 tools for making the most of our time so that we can live balanced, peaceful lives. These are the tools: Focus Reflect Educate Eliminate Discipline Organize Multitask Today we’ll look at the third tool: Educate. It’s easy for homeschooling moms to get so caught […]

Destination: Inspiration – Thriving

Destination: Inspiration – Thriving. With Crystal Paine, Money Saving Mom Crystal Paine from Money Saving Mom joins Jen Reyneri on the program today to talk about moving away from an overwhelming life and moving on to a life of writing and travel. Hear some of Jen’s tips and Crystal’s most inventive ways to manage and […]

A Novel Approach – Teach Creation To Kids

Teach Creation To Kids With A Novel When you teach creation to kids it can seem overwhelming, perhaps you don’t know where to begin. In this interview (listen to the first one here), author Felice Gerwitz interviews her co-author, and daughter Christina Gerwitz Moss. Christina had a passion for writing and she turned her interest […]

A New Label on the Block – CAPD

Another label has emerged for individuals that are having learning challenges – it’s CAPD. CAPD stands for Central Auditory Processing Disorder and is also referred to as APD or Auditory Processing Disorder.  There are different aspects of this “disorder” that negatively affect a person’s ability to function fully.  Symptoms include: Difficulties in recognizing and interpreting […]

Developing Language Skills in your Young Learner

LCP Ep 13: Developing Language Skills in your Young Learner   The time to start reading and developing language skills in your young learner is now. Reading at least 15 minutes per day from the time your child is an infant and even through high school will not only promote a bond with your child […]

Using Higher Order Thinking Skills in Your Reading

LCP Ep 12: Using Higher Order Thinking Skills in Your Reading   Are you wondering what we mean by “higher order thinking skills” or “critical thinking skills”? And what do you do with them and how do you teach them to your children? And how are you supposed to do that with reading? Visit Katie’s […]

Essential Writing in your Homeschool High School

LCP Ep 11: Essential Writing in your Homeschool High School   Do you have a middle or high schooler and you are wondering what do you need to teach them for writing for credit or for preparation for college? Intimidated by the kind of essays that are usually included during high school and are necessary […]

Teaching Your Struggling Writer How to Write

LCP Ep 10: Teaching your Struggling Writer How to Write Have you ever seen your learners with “a deer caught in headlights” look when holding a pencil over a blank piece of paper? Is it a struggle to get your child to write down more than a word or two? Visit Katie’s website for more […]

Valuable Benefits from Reading Classic Literature in your Homeschool

LCP Ep 9: Valuable Benefits from Reading Classic Literature in your Homeschool     Do you cringe when you think about “classic literature”? Are you intimidated by the thought of tackling challenging vocabulary or complex sentences that seem to go on and on? Visit Katie’s website for more fun ideas and tips to use in […]

Flourish At Home – Making Memories

Ironically, when your family is together almost all the time, it can be challenging to pull away from the demands of homeschooling to just enjoy being together and have fun as a family. But taking a break is good for parents and children alike. In this episode, I’ll share some of my favorite ways to […]

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