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.
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Links and resources from today’s show:
- Prayer for a Child by Rachel Field
- The Door in the Wall by Marguerite De Angeli
- Minding Your Own Business by Raymond and Dorothy Moore
- Michael O’Halloran by Gene Stratton-Porter
- Growing without Schooling
Ways to Listen to The Homeschool Snapshots Podcast
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Doing so helps me get the word out about the podcast. iTunes bases their search results on positive ratings, so it really is a blessing — and it’s easy!
- Click on this link to go to the podcast main page.
- Click on View in iTunes under the podcast cover artwork.
- Once your iTunes has launched and you are on the podcast page, click on Ratings and Review under the podcast name. There you can leave either or both! Thanks so much.
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