Stop Worrying; Start Homeschooling – Part 2
Jun12

Stop Worrying; Start Homeschooling – Part 2

Hey, homeschoolers! Were you worried that I had disappeared? I enjoyed an extended vacation that has made a huge difference in how I feel. Normally, I am exhausted at the beginning of summer and I don’t want to do anything. But this year, after two consecutive weeks off, I feel great. I highly recommend taking a real break from all the work and teaching you do, so you can be refreshed too. This week we’ll discuss five more...

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Stop Worrying; Start Homeschooling (Part 1)
May09

Stop Worrying; Start Homeschooling (Part 1)

Hey homeschoolers! Do you worry about homeschooling? If so, you’re normal. You’re welcome and thank you for joining me for this episode of The Homeschool Sanity Show. Just kidding. It is normal to worry, but I’m going to help you stop, so you can get on with the business of homeschooling. For this episode, we will discuss five common worries. If you’re still worrying, you can join me for part 2 of the topic....

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Homeschooling Where Strivings Cease
Oct31

Homeschooling Where Strivings Cease

Listen to the podcast   Read the blog post Have you been trying to be a Proverbs 31 Homeschooling mom as I described in previous episodes? If you have, you’ll want to listen to this episode in which I’ll share what I’ve learned about the problem of striving and how to find a place in your homeschool where strivings cease. But first, I’d like to thank our sponsor, Sony Pictures –Sony Pictures Animation along...

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Homeschooling a Middle Schooler
Aug29

Homeschooling a Middle Schooler

Hey homeschoolers! I am teaching two middle schoolers this year. It’s hard to believe! These are fun years, but they are also challenging for many homeschoolers — especially those who will be teaching middle school for the first time. In today’s episode I want to talk about six important suggestions to keep in mind when homeschooling middle school students. Listen to the podcast     Read the blog post But first I...

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Educational Gaps: Should You Be Worried?
Aug22

Educational Gaps: Should You Be Worried?

Hey homeschoolers! I’m happy to be with you this week, talking about a topic that causes many of us anxiety: gaps in our children’s education. We worry that if we fail to teach them something, they will struggle in college, work, or even if they later return to a traditional school. Listen to the podcast   Read the blog post I’m excited to address this topic today, but first I would love to have you subscribe to Psychowith6. I have so...

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Curriculum Paralysis: How to Decide What to Use This Year
Aug15

Curriculum Paralysis: How to Decide What to Use This Year

Hey homeschoolers! This week I had a reader question about curriculum that I just had to respond to with a podcast episode. It was essentially this. I have so many curriculum options. How do I choose which to use this year? We’re going to chat about that in just a bit! Listen to the podcast     Read the blog post If you are interested in a fun language arts curriculum for your elementary students, I would love to have you follow...

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