Homeschool with ease this holiday season—with games! Tune in while Heather shares specific games to play with young children, teens, and families. Learn how to deal with sibling rivalry and grab some Christmas-themed ideas to incorporate into your homeschool this year.
It’s Episode 45 of The Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show—“Homeschooling through the Holidays with Games.” Head into the holiday season prepared!
Keep the holiday season merry and bright with restful tips and ideas to keep the education going in December. It’s Episode 44 of the Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show—“A Holiday Season of Rest,” where Heather chats with special guest and homeschool mom Kristin Stewart about how to slow down during the busy season ahead. Listen and connect at HomeschoolShow.com.
Worried your child has a reading delay? Help is here. In Episode 42 of the Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show—“What if My Reader Is Delayed?” Stephanie Morrison outlines practical measures you can take—beginning today.
Healthy meals while homeschooling? Yes, please! In Episode 40 of the Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show: Meal Planning, Stephanie Morrison and Christine Weller give us a glimpse into their kitchens and the lessons learned within their walls. Come hungry for knowledge—leave filled with wisdom!
Expand your child’s horizons without stepping out of your front door! Introducing a foreign language into your homeschool opens up a new world of opportunity. In Episode 39 of the Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show: When Should You Teach Foreign Language and Why? Christine and Stephanie explain how you can get started today.
Trying to balance online and offline learning in your homeschool? Online learning options are incredibly valuable when implemented properly, and balance is key. In Episode 36 of the Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show: Is Internet Learning a Good Thing? Heather discusses this topic with valuable insight from Cailin Sandvig of Homescool+. Find the show notes on HomeschoolShow.com.
Your house may be a wreck once in a while because of the homeschooling and mothering and training you are busy doing. If you are all about cleaning house and cooking perfection, you just might be missing the most important things. Training gets pushed aside, schooling goes on the back burner, and relationships go on
Visual learners, auditory learners, tactile learners, oh my! The different ways and styles of learning are so diverse and our children with them. Homeschooling is amazing because it allows you to directly create activities that can help your child learn in the way that God created them to learn. To hone those skills that they