Life as a Lifeschooler
Online Grammar Games
108: Online Grammar Games - This year I have put together an online Writing Fun class for middle schoolers and decided to add online grammar games to each week's work.These are ones I found that are worth sharing with your elementary and middle school...
Best of Life as a Lifeschooler: Self-Sacrifice in Lifeschooling – Dr. Jill Butryn
Enjoy one of my favorite interviews on this rerun of "Self-Sacrifice in Lifeschooling - Dr. Jill Butryn." - How much self-sacrifice would you be willing to practice? Would you give up a six-figure career in medicine to be "just a mom"? My friend Dr.
5 Lifeschooling Tips to Freedom in Your Homeschool!
I often say that lifeschooling is about freedom. But how do you achieve that freedom in homeschooling? Here are five tips that will help you find freedom to homeschool in a way that fits with everyday life and brings peace.
Missions, Movies, and Lifeschooling (Part 2) – David Cook
On this episode of Life as a Lifeschooler, Danielle wraps up her interview with David Cook, a former MK who was homeschooled and now works in the Christian film industry. David grew up on the mission field in Spain. A homeschool graduate,
How to Raise Children Who Love God
It’s easy to slip into the thinking that if we just homeschool, all will turn out fine. Our children will grow up to love God; they will be well-educated and spiritually mature, always following the Lord and living godly lives. - Wrong. -
Lifeschooling and Books – Konur Papageorgiou
I always love sitting down and having a good chat with my son, Konur. I feel blessed that we connect so easily on so many topics and this boy is wise beyond his years! On this episode, I wanted to talk with him about his lifeschooling journey in genera...
Blessing the Next Generation – Pat Fenner
Have you ever wondered why we don't take the Bible more seriously when it comes to the topic of blessing our children and what it might look like on a practical level? What a fun talk I had about this topic with Pat Fenner,
Special Needs and Lifeschooling – Julie Polanco
For this episode, I enjoyed talking with Julie Polanco about lifeschooling and how beautifully it has fit with her unique family situation of dealing not only with multiple food allergies, but also special needs!
Best of Life as a Lifeschooler: Unhurried Homeschooling with Durenda Wilson
We hope you are enjoying your summer break! Here's one of our best episodes to brighten your summer day: For this episode, I had the pleasure of chatting with Durenda Wilson, author of The Unhurried Homeschooler,
Best of Life as a Lifeschooler: Co-ops: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
We hope you are enjoying your summer break! Here's one of our best episodes to brighten your summer day: What makes homeschool co-ops good? And what makes them bad or downright ugly? Are there certain things that we should look for when we try to find...