Join Shelly Stockton and special guests, Chelly Barnard, Kathy Donegia, and Rebecca Seo in a new series Twenty-five Reasons to Homeschool Classically. Listen in on Part 1 as these homeschool veterans discuss general principles, best practices, and lessons learned during their homeschool journeys.
Why read aloud with your family, especially if your children are older? Listen in this week as Heatherly Sylvia shares three solid benefits of reading aloud as a family, and offers some tips for what makes a book or story a great read aloud choice. As an Advent choice, you can hardly miss with The Best Christmas Pageant Ever; if you’ve never read it, or if it’s been a long time, you’ll want to pick up a copy to share with your family this season. You’ll be blessed as you listen to Heatherly’s insights, and moved to experience the Christmas story like someone who is hearing it for the first time.
Sometimes, the best homeschool memories revolve around reading aloud as a family! Christmas is the perfect time to begin this habit, or continue it, at your house. Join host Lisa Bailey on this episode of the Everyday Educator podcast as she and Jennifer Courtney share stories of the blessings of reading aloud. Jennifer offers some of her family read aloud favorites, and reminds us to check out the stories in CC’s very own Echoes books when looking for the next great family read.
Does you enjoy reading aloud as a family? Do you wish you did?? Well, Christmas time offers the perfect opportunity to try something new, and perhaps begin a new tradition. Today’s Everyday Educator guests are the perfect advocates for reading aloud as a family, and they have some rich Christmas experiences to share with us all. Join host Lisa Bailey and guests Whit and Amy Jones as they explore ways to start reading stories as a family this Christmas.