Why would families with OLDER students want Scribblers? Just ask some who have tried it out! Scribblers helps families chart the course for homeschooling, but it also helps create a family culture of learning that lasts. Parents are discovering that the charts make explaining ideas (even to Challenge students) easier, and the activities draw families together in play with has intention. Listen as KatieBeth and Lisa finish their conversation about learning as a family.
Whether you’re considering the possibility of homeschooling or wondering how to add some zest to what you’re already doing, this episode of the Everyday Educator is for you. Join Lisa and guest KatieBeth Pierson as they discuss lessons learned along their way and give some very practical ideas on resources and ideas that will transform your family learning.
Whether your family reads together already, or you’re looking for good ideas on how to develop that habit, this episode of the Everyday Educator podcast is for you. Listen as guest Brittany Lewis gives us some great insights on why to read together, what material to try, and how to get started. Best of all, there is hope for turning reluctant readers into family readers. You’ll be blessed by the listening!
What happens when homeschooling is over? How does your relationship with your kids change? How are YOU changed by homeschooling? Listen in as David Bailey, a dad to two “grown-up girls” who were homeschooled all the way through, shares his thoughts on homeschooling…and beyond!
If you’ve been considering writing out your family’s mission statement—or wondering if you need one—this week’s Everyday Educator episode is for you. Host Lisa and guest Kelli Wilt come clean about their lack of such a statement in the early years but share some excellent reasons to have one now! Full of wise counsel, practical tips, and honest reflections these ladies will bless your day!