Ready for another story? Listen in as Lisa shares tips on making stories come alive and why you should read and listen with your children this summer. This week, listen to some tall tales of Paul Bunyan, and get some insights on his inventions and some encouragements to make some inventions of your own this summer!
What’s so special about reading aloud? Whether you’re looking for reasons to read aloud this summer, or just someone else to read aloud for you, this episode of the Everyday Educator podcast will deliver! Join Lisa as she shares tips on making read alouds come to life, and enjoy a read aloud of “The Frogs and the Crane” and “Over in the Meadow”—plus some great ideas to take this selections to the next level.
What makes Scribblers At Home: Recipes From Lifelong Learners such a “must-have” resource? Who might want it? Who might benefit the most? Why are we so excited?? Listen in as Lisa and Shelly Stockton reminisce about their early days of homeschooling and how Scribblers provides so much of what they wish they had known then. How can this one book meet so many families where they live?
If you’ve got questions about the CC Masters Program, you will find answers on this week’s podcast with Lynn Doto. Maybe you’ve wondered how anyone could find time for extra studying; perhaps you question why you “need” a degree to validate your time spent homeschooling. Lynn and Lisa explore the CC Masters Program with Southeastern University, answering practical “how” questions as well as bigger “why” questions. You will come away understanding the Masters of Arts degree as a way to “love a life of learning” as well as training in loving your neighbor well.