How to Use the Charlotte Mason Approach with Any Curriculum
Jul07

How to Use the Charlotte Mason Approach with Any Curriculum

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, you want tips for making Charlotte Mason work for your family. My guest today is going to show us how to use Charlotte Mason methods with any curriculum. Before I introduce her, I want to tell you that Grammar Galaxy is a...

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Is a Montessori Approach Right for Your Child?
Jun30

Is a Montessori Approach Right for Your Child?

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 your child. Larry Shiller is the author of award-winning, Montessori-based math and language arts curricula. He is an expert in and a strong advocate for...

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Why We Should Study Geology in Our Homeschools
Jun23

Why We Should Study Geology in Our Homeschools

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, collecting and studying the fascinating world of geology, a good friend suggested that he might like to share some of his treasures with others, and from that humble beginning, Northwest Treasures was begun. He...

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How to Help Struggling Readers
Jun16

How to Help Struggling Readers

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. Jan Harmsworth is the author of The Easy Reading Formula Course. It’s new, it’s different, and as far as she knows there isn’t anything else on the market like it. It’s written specifically for US home schoolers whose child is...

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How to Teach High School Literature
Jun09

How to Teach High School Literature

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, teaching literature to your high schooler can be daunting. My guest today, Janice Campbell, is here to help! Listen to the podcast My Guest on Teaching High School Literature: Janice Campell Janice and her...

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