Homeschooling is a journey, and knowing that others have been on the journey too is a comfort and a reminder that you are not alone! Listen to this week’s podcast for Lori Lane’s interview with homeschool mom and Artios campus owner Amy Rasmussen!
The podcast is currently on hiatus while we work on gathering new and exciting content for you! We’ll be airing some favorites in the meantime. Today, we have one of our most popular episodes to share with you. Enjoy this listener favorite! Homeschool moms can quickly develop bad patterns and head down a path that leads to the “wrong destination”… Read More
You don’t have to go it alone in this homeschool journey! Below are some of the books that I have found helpful in my journey. Books referenced in this podcast: For the Children’s Sake Educating the Wholehearted Child Heart and Mind A Charlotte Mason Companion A Biblical Home Education The Three R’s You Can Teach Your Child Successfully
It is important to remember that we are all individuals – created uniquely by our Creator! This includes our kids. We need to come alongside our children to help them learn in their own way – because they are special and unique in their own way! Links referenced in this podcast: Ken Robinson – Changing Education Paradigms Artios Academies
When you make the decision to bring your child home in order to homeschool, you will encounter certain challenges, both for you and for your child! Listen below for this week’s End In Mind podcast. Acknowledging these challenges, and knowing how to overcome them, is so important! Links referenced in this podcast: Playing With Blocks of Time 12 Days with… Read More
We, as homeschool moms, spend a lot of time thinking about curriculum, philosophy, and programs when we are considering homeschooling. But, what about those areas that need organizational consideration in order to flow smoothly when adding homeschooling to our lifestyle. Today we are briefly discussing some of the areas that need “tending to” in order to have the best homeschool… Read More