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On behalf of Homeschooling.Mom, the Homeschool Solutions Show podcast and the Charlotte Mason Show podcast, we thank you for tuning-in, and listening.

The homeschooling community is large, diverse and growing, and there is so much we may learn from the successes, failures and challenges of others in this community. We trust that you’ll find these podcast conversations, observations and perspectives to be uplifting, encouraging, thought-provoking and equipping.

If you have a question, comment, or would like to suggest a potential podcast guest, please email us.

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Recent Shows

433 | The Joy of Mud (Janice Campbell)

433 | The Joy of Mud (Janice Campbell)

It may be hard to imagine mud as a positive thing, but there was a season of life when it helped me learn to be a better homeschool mom. Perhaps these thoughts can help you, too.

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432 | Time to Recharge! (Sean Allen)

432 | Time to Recharge! (Sean Allen)

If anyone needs time to recharge, it's homeschool moms. Educating your children at home is super rewarding, but also super taxing. At the end of the day your inner battery is probably flashing red. You need to recharge - everyday. But you also need more than that. Daily recharging is probably only getting you by. Over time your battery isn't what it once was. You need a more deliberate plan to get yourself operating at peak levels. And yes, it involves taking some time away from your children. If you can't do it for yourself, do it for them.

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S9 E21 | Ending Your School Year Well (Jeannie Fulbright & Shiela Catanzarite)

S9 E21 | Ending Your School Year Well (Jeannie Fulbright & Shiela Catanzarite)

God's desire is for us to take time for rest, to enjoy our family, to reconnect with Him and one another, have time for fun, developing new interests, skills, and pursuing our Divine Curiosity and the passions and purposes God puts on our and our children's hearts. In this episode, Jeannie and Shiela discuss ending your school year well, bringing closure in a way that fuels a sense of accomplishment and encourages a love for and confidence in the learning that was acquired. You will find ideas for wrapping up the school year, scheduling your summer, and chronicling the joys, successes, fun, funny, and praiseworthy moments of the last year for your own sense of accomplishment.

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From the Blog

Is it Possible to Homeschool on A Budget?

Is it Possible to Homeschool on A Budget?

Many families are hesitant to take up homeschooling simply because they view the option as very expensive. It’s true that some people spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on homeschooling, but it is possible to homeschool on a budget?

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Debunking Myths About Homeschooling

Debunking Myths About Homeschooling

Homeschooling is actually an excellent way to educate your child. However, even though many families homeschool, there are still numerous myths about homeschooling that can often cloud the concept of homeschooling.

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How to Create Winning Lesson Plans for Homeschooling

How to Create Winning Lesson Plans for Homeschooling

Once you’ve assembled your curriculum for the year, as well as any resources and online programs you’ll be supplementing with, you’ll be ready to get a solid plan and, lesson plans for homeschooling, prepared for the school year. Even if your plan is loose, or you intend to utilize Unschooling or child-led learning, it’s still a plan, and you can make the most of it.

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