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Homeschool Your Way Podcast

Homeschool Your Way: A Podcast by BookShark

With the right tools and the right mindset, homeschooling is nothing to be intimidated about! We’ll admit that homeschooling isn’t for everyone. But if you want to homeschool — or really need to homeschool—you can do it! And best of all, you can do it your own way!

Wouldn’t you love to have experienced homeschoolers, cheering you along with insider secrets? Yes? Then you’ll love this podcast! The hosts know homeschooling is not one-size-fits-all. So in each episode, they’ll bring you the coolest methods and the most fascinating guests to help you find your way—the best way—to homeschool.

LATEST EPISODES

  • by BookShark
    In today's world of gadgets and mobile devices being present with our families and friends becomes more and more difficult.  It is so easy to become distracted from what is right in front of us with things that direct our attention to 'out there'. Join our host Janna and her guest Kelly O'Brien as they discuss how to stay in the moment, and set intentions with our homeschool and with our families. ABOUT OUR GUEST | Kelly O'Brien is a second-generation homeschooler,  who has been homeschooling her two children for over 10 years.  She never had any thoughts of homeschooling […]
  • by BookShark
    When we think of adventure we may think of big trips and foreign locations but adventure like families comes in many shapes and forms. Learn about the building blocks Ethan and his wife have employed to get to one of their priorities of teaching their kids to adventure. Join Janna and Ethan as they discuss adventure, priorities, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, and more! ABOUT OUR GUEST | Ethan Demme is a well-known name within the homeschool world with DEMME LEARNING. The CEO of Demme Learning Ethan applies his homeschool background and experience with adventure in his everyday life. LISTENER COUPON […]
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    The kitchen is the part of the house where people gather. It's where we create the food that gives us feelings of nostalgia for grandma's cookies or Dad's Spicy Shrimp with noodles. Food is a universal need and one that allows us with a taste or smell to travel in time and location.  Rowena S. took the idea of creating memorable food with an educating twist to create eat2explore. Join Rowena as she and Janna chat about the creation of Eat2Explore and how you can travel the world with cooking, and creating meaningful family time all within the comfort of […]
  • by BookShark
    We don't pay attention to the little things until we suddenly need some quick or not-so-quick life skill that we realize we were never taught, like how to tie a tie, change a tire, or cook eggs. The list can go on and is different for each individual but all is not lost there are people out there to help, like Rob Kenney, the creator, and host of 'Dad, How Do I?' From 'how to' videos to chin up talks Rob imparts practical advice with a few dad jokes for levity to people of all ages. Join Rob as he […]
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    Twice exceptional (2e) students have a foot on both ends of the bell curve. They are highly gifted in some areas and have huge challenges (are neurodivergent) in others. They are often described as "smart but lazy" or "bright but scattered." ADHD, dyslexia, and autism spectrum disorder fall under this neurodiversity umbrella. Join guest Sam Young, an expert on special needs education who is himself neurodivergent, as he provides a wealth of insights for homeschooling your 2e/neurodivergent child. ABOUT OUR GUEST | Samuel Young, MEd, is a growth-minded, two-time Fulbright Scholar and Director of Young Scholars Academy, a strength-based, talent-focused virtual […]

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