Called To Homeschool
Summary: Like every other part of parenting, no homeschool manual exists. But our podcast is the next best thing! Together, let's conquer your fears and help you see that you are the amazing homeschool mom you were called to be. We're your cheerleaders and new best friends, and we can't wait to join your journey. Join us each week as we share our homeschool hacks, sanity tips, and lots of laughs while empowering you to be your best self, even while teaching math. Learn more at http://calledtohome.com.
Are you feeling lost with your homeschool? In this episode we share with you Meg's new program, Mama's Members, that is a great resource for all your homeschool needs. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/39
This is a listeners request to hear about Meg's end of the term Battle of the Brains. We share what it is, why it got started, and what it looks like. See show notes www.calledtohome.com/38
We're ending the year by preparing you for the next one. This episode is a great resource of a different way to look at goals, and how to make them a lasting change. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/37
How in the world do you homeschool all December AND create a magical Christmas? You don't. In this episode, we give you permission to keep the holidays simple, and centered on Christ. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/36.
In this episode we share some of ours and our teens favorite books. From classics to popular fiction, and some stuff in-between, we cover a bunch of different styles of books that your teen readers will enjoy! See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/35
Are you ready to hear another great list of book suggestions for your tween? We each share some of our favorite books that our kids have absolutely loved. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/34
You asked for it, and so here it is!! The next few episodes are going to cover some of our favorite books for your kids to read. In this episode we share some of our favorite books for kids in Kindergarten through fourth grade. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/33.
Are you ready to join us in the no yelling revolution? Heck yes you are! In this episode we are going to talk to you about why we yell, the downside of yelling, and how you can overcome this habit. As an added bonus you can join the support group on Facebook, just look up #NoYellNovember or send Meg an email to join. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com32
Does this feel like the impossible goal, making math fun? In this episode we are going to give you some simple tips to help any child find a way to enjoy math. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/31
We have another awesome guest on the show today, Meg's husband, Johnny. He is a financial guru and is sharing some of his wisdom. He shares a couple of simple principles of finances and then we share how we teach them to our kids. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/30
How do we study religion in our homes? In this episode we talk about how we start our day with our morning devotional. How we study scriptures, and ways to help even the youngest of kids understand gospel principles. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/29
In this episode we cover some simple ways to get outside and observe nature. It doesn't have to be grand or complicated to be successful. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/28
Have you heard Meg talk about Minute With Mom and you've wondered what in the world is that? Well today, all your questions will be answered. Listen in as we talk about many different ways that you can connect with your kids throughout the school day. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/27
We have recently had several listeners ask us whether you need a High School diploma. We not only answer that question, but we open up a lot more possibilities for your High Schoolers. See show notes at www.calledtohome.com/26
This episode is a bit different from the normal ones. Karyn interviews a special guest, her husband! Rich Tripp is a Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Certified Sex Therapist. In this episode he walks through teaching kids about sex. This is a difficult subject for many parents to tackle! In this episode we cover the importance of you teaching your own kids so they learn based on your values. We discuss the messages given in the media vs. what we want our children to understand, miseducation that happens, and what to teach at different ages. Check the show notes for a bunch of book recommendations for parents. Find the show notes at http://calledtohome.com/25