HSP 35 Ainsley Arment: Homeschooling Wild and Free


Ainsley Arment is the founder of Wild and Free, a community to help homeschool parents connect with others who share the mindset that childhood is an important stage, not just something to grow out of. Noticing the light of wonder going out of her sons eyes, she became a homeschooling mom six years ago and hasn’t looked back.

Come and be encouraged to trust yourself and your children in your homeschooling adventure by allowing the process of learning to take place naturally.


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  • Brandy Barnett says:

    I have homeschooled for 20 years and have never been to a homeschool conference or vendor hall. 🙂 Too many people, and I am really cheap and don’t like shopping. I also always had little kids at home and hubby at work and didn’t want to drag them all there or juggle them.

  • Sara says:

    Thank you, thank you for this podcast! I currently live abroad but will be moving to the states next year and I am eager to connect with others. I have been thankful for the “Expat Homeschoolers” and “Worldschoolers” groups on FB, but Wild and Free is a wonderful new find for the States. Thanks!

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