Homeschool Talks: Ideas and Inspiration for Your Homeschool show

Homeschool Talks: Ideas and Inspiration for Your Homeschool

Summary: Homeschool Talks is an informative podcast about all things homeschooling. We feature exciting interviews with homeschoolers from all walks of life as well as leaders and influencers in the homeschool movement. Each episode is packed with practical tips, inspiring stories, and more.

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 Making History Come Alive for Your Kids: An Interview with Dr. Doug Favelo | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 33:40

As homeschoolers, we have an incredible opportunity to teach history in whatever way that our children need in order to get it—and enjoy it. So how do we actually accomplish this? How can homeschooling parents make history come alive for their children? Join us on today’s episode of Homeschool Talks as we answer these questions and more with Dr. Doug Favelo, a history professor and homeschooling dad.

 How CPS Investigations Affect Children and Families: An Interview with John Rosemond | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 33:09

What does a healthy environment for a child’s psychological and emotional development look like? And what happens when the stability of that environment is threatened? Join HSLDA Vice President of Litigation and Development Jim Mason as he talks with family psychologist John Rosemond to answer these questions and examine the effects that CPS investigations have on children.

 How Homeschooling from Rest Helps You Connect with Your Kids: An Interview with Sarah Mackenzie | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 37:37

If you’re a homeschooling parent, you know as well as anyone that a homeschool can often seem like the last place in the world to find rest. You might not even have time to think about rest. But for author, blogger, and homeschooling mom Sarah Mackenzie, the idea of teaching from a state of rest has completely transformed the way she thinks about homeschooling—and more importantly, it’s helped her make meaningful connections with her kids.

 Homeschooling When Life Gets Crazy: An Interview with Tiffany Jefferson | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 26:58

For most people, craziness is like a season—it comes and it goes. But if you’re a homeschooling parent, it may seem like crazy is a perpetual state of being. So how can you stay sane even when it seems like things are falling apart and you aren’t making and progress? Tune in to hear from blogger and homeschooling mom Tiffany Jefferson.

 Balancing Grace and Accountability in Parenting: An Interview with Dr. Mike Kucks | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 43:37

One of the hardest things that we parents encounter is figuring out how to balance grace and accountability with our children. How do we set the right boundaries, and how do we respond when our child crosses the line? Hear the answer to these questions and more as HSLDA President Mike Smith chats with homeschool dad and college professor Dr. Mike Kucks.


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