HSP 36 Kortney Garrison: Homeschooling – Just DIY Learning
Kortney Garrison has had many adventures. Besides being married for 17 years, which is an adventure in itself sometimes, she has lived in South America, studied in London, and spent a summer in Guadalajara. These adventures have fostered in her a desire for simplicity and contemplation in her homeschool.
Kortney offers a down to earth look at homeschooling. Relax, go for the long haul, keep the end in view, and remember that a DIY education requires you to participate with your children as you take life in stride.
Links and resources from today’s show:
- One Deep Drawer
- Ann Voskamp’s Blog
- The Growly Books
- The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
- The Black Fox of Lorne by
- Simply Convivial
- Simplified Organization
- Educating the WholeHearted Child by Sally Clarkson
- Never Too Late by John Holt
- The Teenage Liberation Handbook by
- Waltzing Matilda – Saint coloring pages
- Paper Dali – Saint coloring pages
- Vigil Candles
The Growly Books: Begin (Volume 1)The Chronicles of Narnia Boxed SetBlack Fox of LorneEducating the WholeHearted Child — Third EditionNever Too Late: My Musical Life StoryThe Teenage Liberation Handbook: How to Quit School and Get a Real Life and Education
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What a lovely podcast! The references to John Holt’s musicianship, medieval reading, coloring, and just cinnamon toast—all added such flavor and insight to a wonderfully lively interview. Thanks for making the reference to the Paper Dali website (aww).
But most of all, thanks for the inspiration to homeschooling moms on this fun, crazy and read-errific journey. (That’s a word, right? 😀 )