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10 Minutes to a Better Homeschool

Author: Pam Barnhill

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We are now podcasting at Homeschool Better Together! Search for it in your app or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe and join our free community.

Pop in your earbuds and get ready to be inspired. Veteran homeschool mom and podcast host of the Your Morning Basket Podcast, Pam Barnhill unpacks how to have a better homeschool 10 minutes at a time.

Full of practical tips, stories, interviews, and inspiration 10 Minutes to a Better Homeschool is your home learning go-to show for quick, helpful information.

*Formerly the Homeschool Snapshots Podcast
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Kara Anderson is a mom, freelance writer, and photography aficionado who writes about homeschooling, mothering, and more at her blog. She is also a contributor to Simple Homeschool.Kara joins us on this episode of the podcast to share about her homeschooling journey with her two children. Her personal story of unexpectedly jumping into homeschooling with an active little boy who was more interested in exploring his world than in "sitting on the line" is one that resonates with many.She has wisdom to share about sifting through philosophies, drawing from different methods, and ultimately making individual choices about what works best for your family. Make yourself comfortable and enjoy listening to this inspiring interview!Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Melissa Wiley is an author and a homeschool mom of 6 who blogs at Here in the Bonny Glen. Her novel, The Prairie Thief, is a big hit at my house, and I have a little Laura Ingalls fan who is just itching to check out her two series of books about Laura's ancestors, The Martha Years and The Charlotte Years.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Susan Wise Bauer is a mother of four, a writer, an academic, and a prominent figure in the world of home education. On this episode of the podcast, she shares her own experiences as a second-generation homeschooler and her observations about changes within the homeschooling community in recent decades.Susan has some great insight about homeschooling within the overall context of the parent/child relationship, and she dispenses helpful advice about outsourcing subjects during the high school years. She also gives us the scoop on the upcoming 4th edition of The Well-Trained Mind. So sit back and enjoy!Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Dawn Hanigan is a mom to four boys ranging from a college student all the way down to a toddler.In this episode, she speaks with warmth and wisdom about her homeschool journey, her love of nature and seasonal living, and her incredible file crate system, and she shares the perspective she has gained from experiencing every stage of homeschooling, from teaching very little ones to graduating a senior.  Enjoy!Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
We are joined on this episode of the podcast by Lauren Hill, the "mama" behind Mama's Learning Corner, a fantastic online resource for printables and worksheets on a whole assortment of topics.Lauren shares with us about how she got started with homeschooling and what school looks like at her house with her crew of four children. She has some really good insight about handling a school day gone wrong, as well as excellent advice for beginners who want to delve into unit studies. Enjoy!Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Our guest for this episode is mother, grandmother, author, and seasoned homeschooler Leila Lawler, of the popular blog Like Mother, Like Daughter. She joins us to share about her experiences homeschooling her own children, who are now grown.Leila encourages us to consider time-tested approaches, as well as time-tested literature, as we develop our homeschool plans and also gives some great advice about getting the routine household tasks, like laundry and meal planning, done and out of the way.Leila's wisdom is both practical and inspiring, so sit back and enjoy!Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Heather Woodie is not a new face around here. Last spring, as part of the Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Methods, she told us all about the unit study approach to homeschooling and why it has been a great fit for her family.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Carole Joy Seid knows homeschool moms -- sometimes better than they know themselves. She homeschooled her only child and then went on to become a homeschool speaker and consultant.On this episode of the podcast, she tells us a little about what it was like to be a homeschool pioneer when she was first starting out. She also shares some insight with us on the topic of helping our children work on non-academic areas, like practical life skills and character building, while they're at home with us.Finally, she encourages us all to have a little fun with our kids. There is a whole lot of wisdom packed into this little conversation, so sit back and enjoy.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Shawna Wingert is a homeschool mom to two boys who each have a unique mix of abilities and challenges when it comes to learning. In this episode of the podcast, she shares about how she arrived at the decision to teach her boys at home and tells us a few lessons she herself has learned along the way. I couldn't help but be inspired as I listened to her, and I think you will be too.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Jimmie Lanley has homeschooled her rising junior from the very beginning, and she doesn't regret homeschooling her only child for a single second. She has some great advice today for moms who are homeschooling or thinking about homeschooling an only child.As an added bonus Jimmie is also homeschooling high school with confidence and has a few things to share about that as well. Sit back and enjoy Jimmie's passion for learning right alongside her daughter.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Today I get to talk with a dear friend of mine. Long before Sarah Mackenzie was author-extraordinaire and fabulous podcast host of The Read Aloud Revival, she was my buddy Sarah.It has been so much fun watching her grow and share her skills over the past year. And yes, it was her nagging encouragement that made my own podcast a reality. Actually, her delight for the medium is just so infectious it is hard not to catch the podcasting bug.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Today I am talking with Janice Campbell from Everyday Education. Janice is an author, entrepreneur, curriculum developer, and most importantly, a homeschooling mom. In this episode we talk about homeschooling her four boys through graduation, the ins and outs of their homeschooling days, and why it is important for moms to model a love of learning for their kids.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
LaToya Edwards is no longer a single homeschooling mom, in fact she is expecting a new baby with her new hubby really soon, but for a number of years she set aside her law degree and homeschooled her two boys as a single mom.So she has been there, done that and has a heart for helping single moms with the practical advice and encouragement they need to homeschool.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Erin Hassett has ten (yes, you read that right!) kids whom she has homeschooled from the very beginning. A seasoned pro at homeschooling, Erin chats with us today about the importance of good habits, battling burnout and the memories of read-alouds. This is a fun one!Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Jamie from The Unlikely Homeschool is all about eclectic homeschooling. With her multiple-year scope in hand, she likes to poll her kids to determine what they will study each year.A planner who never stops planning, Jamie has some great insights on gaps, teaching boys, and letting kids be kids -- even if they are homeschooled.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Trina Holden knew quite a bit about homeschooling before she even started homeschooling her own kids. That's because she was homeschooled herself. Now she and her husband (who was also homeschooled -- see a trend?) continue the family tradition.Trina's own homeschool experience was a unique blend of Charlotte Mason and pioneer-style unschooling, which created in her an entrepreneurial spirit. Though her methods are sometimes different (but not always) from her mom's, she is still striving for the same end -- kids who grow to be life-long learners. This is a fun one!Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Allison Burr is learning to take things slow. The child of a public school superintendent, once she got the bug to homeschool there was no stopping her -- just ask her husband!And while she started her homeschool journey intent to finish each year as quickly as possible, Allison is learning to see the beauty in restful learning. Slow down with us today on the podcast.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Kendra Fletcher is a homeschooling pro. With eight kids - two already graduated - whom she homeschooled from the very beginning, she's been at this gig for a while. In the show we chat about tips for homeschooling as an introvert and managing multiple ages.As a fellow introvert this episode was especially encouraging to me. I love to hear that my frustrations are not mine alone. There is nothing like a "Hey! Me too," to make someone's day.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Dianna Kennedy is fun, feisty and one busy woman. She has five of six kids still at home -- three of whom she homeschools. She shares about her Catholic faith and parenting tips at The Kennedy Adventures. Did I mention that she also works part time as a nurse?Dianna and I talk about how she gets it all done, as well as about how she is slowly letting go of her preconceived notions about how education should look.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
Jen Dunlap is an encourager. She encourages her six kids as she homeschools them, and she has a heart for encouraging other homeschool moms.I am so happy to bring you this episode today -- I think it will inspire and bless you as we chat being counter-cultural, how we keep focused while homeschooling, and beating the bad days.Mentioned in this episode:We are Now Podcasting at Homeschool Better TogetherSearch your podcast app for Homeschool Better Together or head to hsbtpodcast.com to subscribe to the new feed PLUS join our free community. See you there!Homeschool Better Together
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Nicole Sampson

Where can I find the show notes to this episode? I went to the website but it didn't show up.

Jul 18th
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