The Stories Alive podcast is a partnership between JPR and Stories Alive. The podcast is a fun, unique audio theatre experience for all ages. Each episode features three to four amazing, original stories written by elementary students. Stories Aliv e brings them to life with professional actors, sound designers and musicians. Randall the Reading Rat is your host, along with his good friends, Nut, Bolt, and the Story Machine. Episodes will be available here as they become available, or you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes by clicking here. If you have feedback on the show, or would like to contact show producer Ana Byers, write to us at email@example.com Stories Alive is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit literacy instruction-performing arts organization based in Ashland, Oregon. The organization strives to empower children through their writing. They teach arts-integrated literacy instruction in schools and local libraries; publish all original student work in local libraries and
Talking Mom2Mom is a rest stop for moms traveling the homeschool road. Your hosts, Richele McFarlin and Lindsey Stomberg, are two homeschool moms in different seasons of life. Join them as they share their trials, victories, and all the laughs in between. Listen in for topics ranging from managing your home and homeschool with multiple ages, marriage over the years, raising Godly young girls and boys, leaning on the Lord at all times, and so much more!
By Richele McFarlin and Lindsey Stomberg
Organization is about your mindset, not your closets. No matter how tidy we keep our stuff, we'll still have to work to intentionally choose to do the right next thing. This podcast features quick tips and meaty bites that will help moms of all kinds (SAHM, WAHM &amp;amp; WOHM) focus on what's actually important - sometimes that's cleaning the house, and sometimes it isn't.
By Mystie Winckler
Poetry Reading Series: This project is created to make classical poems more accessible to people of all ages. Everyone in this project has donated their time and talent, to breathe new life into the great classics. We believe the art form of poetry is vital to nurturing our imaginations, apathy, and ability to communicate. We hope this project will help people in our community here, to people in foreign countries who are learning English as a second language.
Featuring award-winning author and speaker, Cindy Rollins, this beloved podcast is all Charlotte Mason all the time. Join Cindy and host David Kern as they (and their guest) discuss topics like narration, nature study, morning time, and more. The Mason Jar is a production of the CiRCE Institute. Learn more at circeinstitute.com.
By CiRCE Institute
Crazy Family Adventure | Stories about RV living, family travel, and working from the roadJoin Now to Follow
Our family of 6, plus our dog, sold everything, bought an RV and have been traveling full-time around North America since May 2014. We love talking about RV life, unschooling, making money on the road, and the reality of what it means to live in less then 200 sq. feet. Living in a camper isn't always rainbows and sunshine, but it definitely makes life interesting and we are so excited to share it with you to hopefully help inspire you, help you plan to get on the road with your family, or just to answer some questions you may have about this lifestyle!
By Bryanna and Craig Royal