The Homeschool Sanity Show
Hey, homeschoolers! - If you have more than one child or if your child has had conflict with another, you know this situation. Your child has said or done something to hurt someone. Your natural inclination is to tell the child to apologize.
Hey, homeschoolers! Last time I shared 3 child discipline lies that make homeschooling harder. I'm back with 3 more lies this week. If you haven't listened to the previous episode, I recommend that you do. Subscribing to the podcast makes it easy to fi...
Hey, homeschoolers! - I've been talking with parents who struggle with child discipline, and I realized that I hear the same dysfunctional beliefs over and over again. I decided to share the discipline truths that can you set you free to enjoy your ho...
Hey, homeschoolers! - I know many of you love the Charlotte Mason approach to homeschooling. But if the popularity of my interview with Cindy West on a sane approach to Charlotte Mason homeschooling is any indication,
If you've heard of Montessori but you don't know many of the details of this learning approach, you're in for a treat. Today, my guest Larry Shiller and I will discuss the advantages of Montessori's approach so you can determine if it's a good fit for ...
Hey, homeschoolers! - Do you get excited about geology? If not, I think you will be after listening to this episode. Geology is not just science but theology as well. - My guest today is Patrick Nurre. After years of field study,
Hey, homeschoolers! - We know that reading is the key to unlocking knowledge. When our child is struggling to read as mine once did, we get worried. - My guest today, Jan Harmsworth, is going to help us relax.
Hey, homeschoolers! - Few things make homeschoolers as anxious as teaching high school. If you weren't someone who could easily chat about literary themes and symbolism or you didn't pay that much attention in lit class,
Hey, homeschoolers! - I had three boys when I began homeschooling. I knew instinctively that the more hands-on my teaching was, the more engaged they would be. All of my kids loved hands-on lessons and I highly commend it.
Hey, homeschoolers! - One of the top concerns we have as homeschooling parents is raising children of character. It isn't enough to just raise smart children. We want our children to evidence the fruit of the spirit.