Homeschooling Q&A

 

In this episode of At Home, Brianne Buskey leads the discussion on all things home school. That’s right, we’re doing a homeschool Q and A!

We get questions from our wonderful listeners all the time, and since “back to school” is in the air, we decided to focus on answering some of the home school questions.

We cover a lot of territory in this episode. We talk about everything from inspiring books to get you started on your home school journey, to our favorite math curriculum, defining a Charlotte Mason education, how we organize our school books, and so much more.
This episode is chock full of practical tips.

But we also share our thoughts on some of the harder questions like, “am I really equipped to teach my kids,” and “do you ever feel like you need a break from your kids”.

We hope you find this episode to be helpful and encouraging. And along those lines, we’re wondering what your favorite inspirational homeschool book, podcast, or other resource is? Please share with us what you read, listen to, or do, when you want to get inspired and excited about home schooling. Thanks guys!

Show Notes
Books:
“For the Children’s Sake: Foundations of Education for Home and School” by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay
“A Charlotte Mason Education: A Home Schooling How To Manual ” by Catherine Levison
“A Charlotte Mason Companion: Personal Reflections on the Gentle Art of Learning”” by Karen Andreola
“102 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum” by Cathy Duffy

Curriculum:
Saxon Math
Right Start Math
Math U See
Teaching Textbooks
Life of Fred
Simply Charlotte Mason
Beautiful Feet Books

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