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E80: Introducing Diving Into Home Education Series The Homeschool Project Podcast

Hello and welcome back to the campfire! Today I am introducing a series we have been working hard on and excited to finally launch it. Over the course of the next several months, we will be 'diving into home ed'. Each week from now until October, we will release an episode that discusses some of the main areas of home education. We will discuss alternative education, different styles and methods of learning, the high school years, transitioning to college, learning in the early years, planning your year, working while home schooling and more!Our hope is to help new and current homeschooling families prepare for the upcoming school year. We have pulled a team of amazing speakers to join us on the show to discuss these different topics. They each bring with them experience and knowledge to help encourage and inspire each of us on our home education journey.But come October, we will jump right back into the heart and soul of this podcast on speaking to families that are redesigning their family's lifestyle, to authors, and to professionals. So if those are the conversations you love, don't fret as we will return to them at the end of this series.If you like what you hear and have enjoyed our show, please show your appreciation by subscribing to our Podcast and leaving us a review on your Podcast App of choice.We would love to hear from you so please email us with any comments or questions you have.Visit us and all of our content, including our blog, at http://www.thehomeschoolprojectpodcast.comAs always, let's Light A Fire They Can't Put OutThank you for listening!
  1. E80: Introducing Diving Into Home Education Series
  2. E79: One Homeschool Dad's Theory On Education and Life With Jake Suitter
  3. 5 Minutes or Less : Robyn Robertson from Northern Alberta, Canada
  4. E78: A Life's Mission: A Missionary Family Serving and Homeschooling On The Island of Barbados
  5. Bite Size Wednesdays: Nina With A Fun Science Activity
  6. E77: Homeschool End of Year Recap: Gather Round, Charlotte Mason, & Summer Plans

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CHOCOLATE COVERED DRIED FRUIT

It’s noon here in Southern Mississippi and it already feels like summer. And the worst part is, it’s only going to get hotter! Most people are rounding out their school year: graduations, end of school parties, probably ending off the homeschool year in preparation for the summer activities. Us? Continuing on with homeschool, keeping it…

Iced Americano

Anyone else remember what it was like to sit there absolutely bored and watching the clock barely move? Yeah, me neither. Now I look up, it’s noon, I haven’t showered, haven’t brushed my teeth, found my coffee I lost the day before sitting on the bookshelf in the classroom, just finished the days lessons with…

E70: The World is Our Classroom: Extreme Parenting and The Rise of Worldschooling with Dr. Jennie Germann Molz

Hello and welcome back to the campfire! Today we have the pleasure of Dr. Jennie Germann Molz joining us for a conversation. Dr. Molz is a Professor of Sociology at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester Massachusetts and is the author of the newly released book, The World Is Our Classroom: Extreme Parenting and…

Mom Fails Make Good Laughs

Alright parents. Let’s talk about school fun-tivities. My son is in Pre-K3. Last week we got an email that we needed to provide 12 pre-filled eggs and an Easter basket for the class Easter egg hunt. Ok. No problem! What can go wrong? Right? Wrong! It starts with the basket. My husband tells me he…

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“In everyone’s life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit.”

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